physical education

A qualitative approach to a physical education system will rewire our selfish, shortsighted cultural patterns.
Physical literacy will cure what ails our society, and it must be taught in schools like every other core competency.
We have an obligation to teach future generations how to be healthy, above all else.
The solution to the health crisis that plagues our country lies in how we teach our children to be healthy.
Schools are the most permeating cultural influence in America, and we should use that to create a national vision and ethos.
The main reason our kids don't exercise is that the message we give them about it is all wrong.
If homework time triggers headaches for the whole family, consider adding a little exercise into the mix.
Developing fine motor skills will help your kids excel in their sport. Here are some Montessori-inspired tips for building these skills.
A school is supposed to nourish a student in every way. But all signs point to how caretakers in the education field are failing us.
Something funny happens around age six - we get sent to school. Gone are the days of moving and exploring, replaced instead by sitting and learning. Here's how to reset your body and your movement.
We are at an interesting period where is a swelling of interest in the Olympic lifts, but trainees lack a proper physical education. For new weightlifting coaches, the game has forever changed.
Girls still aren't taught sports like boys are. That's what Australian researchers discovered when trying to determine the effectiveness of elementary physical education.
New research shows better cardiorespiratory fitness results in better reading and math scores for boys and girls. These studies emphasize the importance of physical fitness as a part of education.
Does body type have an effect on your physical capabilities? New research looks at gender and body type in children and may be able to help teachers design better P.E. programs.