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Physical Education in the Year 2020
What will Physical Education look like in the year 2020? Well, if I put on my Sorcerer's hat, of course I have one, and peered deeply in to a magic crystal ball that would allow me to, I wonder what would I see? More>>
In 2020, an Inclusive Model of PE is Part of Every Child's Education
It is my hope that when we reach the year 2020, physical education will take its rightful place within our country's educational system, as the known solution for many of today's pressing issues confronting kids. More>>
Physical Activity Education: The Renaissance Profession of the 21st Century
Envisioning PE 2020
The noted futurist of the 20th Century, Herman Kahn, observed ca. 1969 that the best way to forecast the future is via empirically-based extrapolation. In brief, Kahn advised futurists to understand societal and global trends. To the extent that these trends endure the forces and factors driving past-present reality constitute a reasonable predictor of the future. More>>
Making Physical Activity Education a Basic Subject– Matter Within the Educational Curriculum by 2020
Physical (activity) education (and related health information) should become a basic subject-matter within the educational curriculum by 2020! In addition, it should "cease and desist" from calling itself a profession as soon as possible–certainly by 2020. By itself it is not a profession! It is a subject matter taught in an insufficient number of educational institutions to an insufficient number of people...More>>
Congratulations to our monthly drawing winners of an iPod shuffle®
This month's winner is a college/university faculty member from Texas. Read her essay, "PE 2020."
Read the "Physical Education of the Future" by this month's winner, a physical education college major from North Carolina.
This month's winner an iPod shuffle® is a K-12 physical educator from Washington. Read his essay, "PE 2020: Into the Future."
The winner this month is a K-12 physical educator from New York! Read her essay, "Keeping Kids Moving."
The winner in April is a K-12 physical educator with 25 years of teaching experience. Check out her essay, "Together We Achieve More!"