The Illinois Public Health Institute is bringing our FREE, one-day trainings for physical educators to central and southern Illinois.
Update: As of 11/1 we still have two spots left in the 11/2 Moline training! Otherwise, all central/southern trainings are now full. Sign up to receive updates about any future trainings here.
Please note: This is the same training that was offered last year. If you already attended, no need to do so again unless you want a refresher.
Trainings run from 8:30am-3pm.
6.5 Professional Development hours are available.
Download a flyer about the trainings here.
Watch a CBS video about this project here.
Physical educators who attend this one-day training will learn about:
– Recent P.E. developments in Illinois
– Recent revisions to State Learning Standards (SLS) on Physical Development & Health – including a thorough review of the SLS
– Benefits of Enhanced P.E. for students’ health and academic achievement
Physical educators will leave the training with practical, immediately-applicable strategies, and tools & resources to:
– Increase moderate-to-vigorous activity levels in classes using modified games and classroom management procedures
– Use backwards design to align curriculum with State Learning Standards
– Administer the fitness tests that will be required in IL starting in the 2016‐17 academic year
– Understand what to do with fitness data – keys to meaningful implementation
– Teach the brain/body connection – getting students to ‘own’ their fitness
– Champion P.E. and wellness efforts in their schools, districts and communities
|Date||General Location||Specific Location||Level (Elem/Middle/High)|
|Wednesday, November 2||General area: Quad Cities||East Moline School District #37- Administration Building. 3451 Morton Drive, East Moline, IL 61244||All|
The Pump Up P.E. training program was originally developed with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through the Healthy HotSpot initiative led by the Cook County Department of Public Health. Funding for these trainings has been made possible by a grant from the Illinois Department of Public Health.
REGISTER BELOW FOR 2016-17 TRAININGS