This is interesting, esp. as schools are cutting down recess/playtime/phys ed to nothing, and the nutritional value of the food kids eat in schools is completely inadequate. Brains can't work well if the rest of the body isn't being taken care of.
the standardized testing becomes a part of U.S. education since mid-1800s, and it becomes a debatable topic when president Bush first introduced the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) in 2002. The act aimed to create a standardized statewide-test for students to measure the achievements and ensure every student has met the standard.
Thought this could be a fun way to implement a physical activity lesson that gets students moving and interacting with others. This activity relates to the health and physical education planned curriculum, focusing on the strand of movement competence: skills, concepts and strategies. Students get to spin the board and whatever it falls on he or she must complete the physical movement for a certain amount of time.
As a physical education teacher, you know how important it is for your students to wear the proper footwear, so that they can maximize their performance in their activities, but also for safety reasons. Why not download some handy reminders you can pass out to students who forget to wear running shoes to your P.E.