Infusing Social-Emotional Learning into Physical Education
By Don Glover, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, and Leigh Anderson, MS, White Bear Lake Public School
Emotion drives learning. Empowering students and inspiring an intrinsic motivation to lead active healthy lifestyles starts by creating a culture of trust. Social Emotional Learning concepts such as teamwork, growth mindset, communication, optimistic thinking, self-control, etc will be shared.
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Books by the Presenters
Team Building Through Physical Challenges Second Edition and Building Character, Community, and a Growth Mindset in Physical Education. View the table of contents, read excerpts, and learn about ancillary material.
- Review of Promoting Elementary School Physical Activity
- Human Kinetics Acquires PE Central Online School
- School-Based Promotion of Children's Physical Activity
- Live Well: Middle School Health Correlations to National and State Standards
- Live Well: Reproductive and Sexual Health
- Teaching the Nuts and Bolts of PE