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The following is a list of some of the more frequently requested Pro-Link services, and is not meant to be inclusive of all services:
NASPE provides experts to conduct workshops on familiarizing higher education level faculty on the six NASPE standards and how to incorporate them into their curriculum. Also covered is the preparation process for preparing and completing a report for colleges/universities to attain NCATE accreditation.
Experts will review current physical education curriculum, and in several cases make site visits to further evaluate the school's program. A follow-up report is provided with recommendations on how to enhance/improve the curriculum or program.
Experts will travel to a school to conduct a workshop on a specified topic not already offered through Physical Best or PIPEline. The workshops typically include a combination of lecture, discussion, collaborative learning and hands-on activity.
NASPE will provide experts to review documents in publication as well as manuscripts
Similar to the K-12 curriculum reviews, the Pro-Link expert will complete a thorough analysis of the college/university's current curriculum or program and prepare a report with recommendations for changes/enhancements. Site visits are also common for this Pro-Link service.
NASPE offers workshops for K-12 physical education professionals on incorporating technology into their instruction. NASPE's PIPEline workshop series includes a workshop on the use of heart rate monitors and pedometers. Other technology-based workshops, such as the use of digital cameras in physical education, are available and can be tailored to your needs through ProLink.
NASPE provides experts to conduct workshops on familiarizing sport management faculty on the Sport Management Program Standards and Review Protocol (2000) and the program approval process. Also covered is the preparation process for preparing and completing a portfolio for Sport Management Program Review Council (SMPRC) approval. SMPRC is a joint council representing NASPE and NASSM (North American Society for Sport Management) interests.
NASPE provides workshops to coaches and coaching educators who are actively involved in properly training athletic coaches and designing training/licensure programs. Instructors are currently involved in the accreditation process and have worked with accredited programs in providing quality training of coaches in accordance with the National Standards for Sport Coaches (NASPE, 2004). Trainings are appropriate for all organizations from all sports and all levels of competition and instructors will be matched to programs based on background and needs.