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Thanks to all who entered the 2011 NASPE and Polar Celebrating Technology and Physical Activity in School Video Contest and congratulations to all the winners.
The year's contest was open to K-12 Physical Education teachers, physical education professors, and graduate students. The nationwide activity provides current and future physical educators the opportunity to share their creative ideas on how they use technology to make physical activity in school more exciting for students and fellow staff.
The 2011 video submission question was: How do you use technology to motivate students and staff to move and be more physically active every day?
2011 Contest Prizes:
The grand prize includes 12 Polar Active activity monitors, one Polar Activity Monitor Management System, one Polar Active Quick Guide poster, one Polar Active Activity Progress poster and one Polar Activity Zones poster, valued at over 1,400 dollars.
Ten runner-ups receive one Polar Active activity monitor and one Polar Activity Zones poster, valued at over 100 dollars for each runner-up.
See the 2010 video submissions at TheNASPEVideoContest YouTube channel. The grand prize winner from Ithaca College received a Polar Companion Pocket PC and a Polar E600 heart rate monitor. Ten finalists received a Polar E600 heart rate monitor. See a list of the winners.
View Howell Wechsler, Ed.D., Director, Div of Adolescent & School Health at the CDC speaking at a NASPE Press Briefing on Wednesday, April 14, at 10 am to release a new comprehensive CDC Report on Physical Activity, Physical Education and Academic Performance, and NASPE's New Let's Move in School Initiative.
View outstanding public service announcements (PSAs) about quality physical education developed and produced by colleagues at the University of Texas – Austin.
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