Free Summer Workshop Opportunities!

Matt Mixer, Executive Director Adapted Physical Education, Advocacy, Awards, Best Practices, Future Professionals, Membership, News & Events, Partnerships, Public Relations/Marketing

Join us July 14th and July 16th for FREE Summer Workshop Opportunities with Palos Sports and Tim Taggart. July 14th from 1:30 – 3:30 at Woods Elementary in Tempe. This workshop is open to all teachers and requires no membership. This workshop will also feature Adapted Physical Education ideas. July 16 we will be out of the heat and in …

Free Summer Workshop Opportunities!

Matt Mixer, Executive Director Adapted Physical Education, Advocacy, Awards, Best Practices, Future Professionals, Membership, News & Events, Partnerships, Public Relations/Marketing

Join us July 14th and July 16th for FREE Summer Workshop Opportunities with Palos Sports and Tim Taggart. July 14th from 1:30 – 3:30 at Woods Elementary in Tempe. This workshop is open to all teachers and requires no membership. This workshop will also feature Adapted Physical Education ideas. July 16 we will be out of the heat and in …

ASU advocates champion landmark legislation for women, civil rights

Advocacy Adapted Physical Education, Advocacy, Best Practices, Future Professionals, Membership, News & Events, Public Relations/Marketing

Fifty years ago on June 23, 1972, then-President Richard Nixon signed into law 37 words that would crystallize gender equity in education as a civil right. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 has removed many barriers that once prevented people, on the basis of sex, from participating in educational programs that rely on federal assistance. It impacts college …

Juneteenth celebration to highlight Black history, excellence

Advocacy Advocacy, Best Practices, Future Professionals, Membership, News & Events, Partnerships, Public Relations/Marketing

Juneteenth is a federal holiday that commemorates the anniversary of the June 19, 1865, announcement from a Union Army general proclaiming freedom for enslaved people in Texas. Here, Jessica Salow, ASU’s assistant archivist of Black Collections, talks about the ASU Library’s upcoming Juneteenth celebration and the meaning of the holiday. Read more…………………

Time to Step Up to the Plate!

President Arlo Pew Adapted Physical Education, Advocacy, Best Practices, Future Professionals, Membership, News & Events, Public Relations/Marketing, State Convention

On behalf of Arizona Health and Physical Education President Arlo Pew, the Board of Directors would like to invite all interested professionals to submit a presentation proposal for the 2022 Arizona State Convention.  The theme this year is “Covering All the Bases”. We will be back in person at the Phoenix Convention Center, South Building, on November 2 and 3. …

Continuing a Legacy of Health Education and Outreach

Anne Knight, Best Practices Chair Advocacy, Best Practices, Future Professionals, News & Events, Public Relations/Marketing

You could say Sabrina Plattner, MEd, has health and wellness in her DNA. Plattner, a senior health educator in the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, grew up in Tucson, the daughter of Heather and David Alberts, MD. Her father joined the College of Medicine – Tucson in 1975 and, a year later, helped found the UArizona Cancer …

Inventory Tips to Keep P.E. Equipment Organized

Anne Knight, Best Practices Chair Adapted Physical Education, Advocacy, Best Practices, Future Professionals, News & Events, Partnerships, Public Relations/Marketing

 Aaron Beighle  As a young teacher, “Let’s take inventory” might have been my least favorite quote from my co-teachers. Fortunately, as I have aged, I have come to realize its importance. In physical education, pieces of equipment represent our “instructional supplies,” and to meet our program objectives sufficient equipment is essential. Given its importance, it would follow that we take …

Celebrating 50 Years of Title IX in Arizona

President Arlo Pew Adapted Physical Education, Advocacy, Best Practices, Membership, News & Events, Partnerships, President's Message, Public Relations/Marketing

June 23, 2022, will mark the 50th anniversary of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Surviving many challenges through the decades, it is arguably one of the most significant pieces of civil rights legislation in America’s history. Arizona Health and Physical Education would like to hear your story. We want to highlight the positive impact that Title IX …

Phoenix-based program using baseball as therapy for cognitive impairments, physical disabilities

Adapted Physical Education Adapted Physical Education, Advocacy, Best Practices, Future Professionals, News & Events

PHOENIX — A Phoenix-based program is using baseball as therapy for those with cognitive impairments, such as Alzheimer’s, and veterans in the VA with chronic physical disabilities. One of the facilities they partner with is the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute in Phoenix. The Society for American Baseball Research has created a “Baseball Memories” program to facilitate discussions and reminisce about the …

Growth Mindset Journal

Matt Mixer, Executive Director Adapted Physical Education, Advocacy, Best Practices, Future Professionals, Membership, News & Events, Partnerships, Public Relations/Marketing

Leadership Journals help teachers and students find their unique greatness! Download for FREE! 5-Day Growth Mindset Journal This journal is an intentional discovery focused on understanding and building Growth Mindset. Embrace challenges. Push through obstacles. Sustain your effort. Learn from feedback. And be inspired by others. Explore growth mindset for yourself. Then, introduce this Journal to your students. DOWNLOAD FREE