So many suggestions are made on how to improve PE planning but little of the suggestions work. Many PE ideas only work partially, meaning that important lessons associated with PE education are not achieved. These four tips have been sourced after years of research and implemented in many schools to improve health and personal well-being among students.
4. Focus on life-long Activities
While introducing sports like soccer, tennis and basketball will always arouse the interest of students, they are best left out in a physical education class. Let students interested in the particular sports find time to pursue their interests later. During PE, focus on interactive activities students could carry out throughout their lives. But of more importance, introduce activities that every student can enjoy and actively participate in.
3. Invest in PE activity Equipment
Ask the school’s management to invest in important PE activity equipment. Most schools already have playing fields and equipment for mainstream sporting activities. However, important PE planning tools such as pace monitors and pedometers are not always present. These tools help kids track their performance in different activities as well as increase fun in the PE class.
2. Include weight management in your Classes
Include weight management in your PE planning program and come up with ways to keep your students healthy. Weight management is often ignored in PE activities and this goes on until adulthood. Weight management lessons are especially crucial among middle and high school students. Introduce these activities to students while they are still young and they will grow up loving to stay healthy.
1. Focus on Overall Health and well-being
Include PE lessons activities that will improve happiness among your students. Introduce activities that will improve their health. Teach them to be disciplined and broaden their knowledge in general so that they become better people as they grow up.