What Questions Have Been Asked?

I like to ask questions. To be honest, I like to ask lots of questions. I have learned that one of the main ways to gain an understanding about a topic is to ask questions.

I created this blog as a place where I can ask questions. The process of answering those questions then challenges me to better understand my craft and allows me to share information with other physical educators.

I have asked and addressed several questions (please see below). Please consider clicking on a question and reading the related blog article.

2017-2018

How Many Laps Can Your Students Run?

Does Your Gym Floor Help You Teach?

Have You Ever Rotated a Scooter 90 Degrees?

How Do You Integrate Other Subjects into PE?

How Do Your Students Exit the Gym?

2016-2017

How Does Data Inform Your Instruction?

Does Student Autonomy Make a Difference?

How Do You Relay Health Information During Your PE Classes?

Do Students Have to Think in PE?

Do You Ever Wish You Had a Slow Motion Button?

How Can You Help Your Students Look up When Dribbling a Basketball?

Does Organization Really Matter?

Do You Plan Activities that Have Different Levels or Variations?

Can You Create Your Own Professional Development?

2015-2016

Why Do You Teach PE?

What Does a Typical PE Class Look Like at My School?

How Do You Improve Your Instructional Methods?

What Do You Get When You Combine a Beanbag with a Playground Ball?

How Do You Plan Your Units of Instruction?

Can Assessment Be Used as a Motivator?

Do You Call Them Games or Activities?

How Do You Reflect on Your Instruction?

Do You Use the EDP in PE?

How Many Different Ways Can You Use a 4-Square Court?

Can You Get Your Own Heart Rate Up?

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