Back to School Resources

Tons of additional resources can be found on the Projector and Templates pages.  There you can search based on your circumstance: Health, Hybrid, Remote, Synchronous, PEinClassroom, SDinPEgym, SDinPEoutside.

Free or Low-Cost Summer 2021 HPE Professional Learning Opportunities

Don’t see your event? Contact Sarah on Twitter @GHSaysRockChalk to have it added to the list.

Many thanks to Stephanie Klaffke @KlaffkePE for this awesome tool.

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All things Google. 

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Social Emotional Learning

More SEL: Health.Moves.Minds,

plus a large selection of graphics, picture books, and printables can be found on our cbhpe SEL Page

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Additional EDI resources can be found on our cbhpe EDI Page

Looking For Social Distancing Games and Activities?

We have you covered.

This list, compiled by Brenda Arnold, is searchable by Category, Grades, Indoor/Outdoor, etc.

Elementary PE Model Lessons/Resources

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Secondary PE Model Lessons/Resources

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#QualityPE/Advocacy Resources

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Information on Masks in PE

Additional resources will be added to the resource list on the left as they become available.

Research on

Social Distancing for Walking and Running

 

Conclusion:

"The equivalent social distance for walking and running in the slipstream is defined as the distance that should be kept between the leading and trailing walker/runner to avoid substantial exposure to slipstream droplets, similar to the case where two people are standing still at 1.5 m distance. In the absence of head wind, tail wind and cross-wind, for walking fast at 4 km/h this distance is about 5 m and for running at 14.4 km/h this distance is about 10 m. Further work should consider the effect of head
wind, tail wind and cross-wind, and different droplet spectra."

Notes:     5 m ≈ 16.4 ft.

              10 m ≈ 32.8 ft.

Very compelling graphics on page 10.

http://www.urbanphysics.net/COVID19_Aero_Paper.pdf