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L. NOELLE MURPHY

MAY 2019

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Big Blog of Teaching Ideas. (2018, September 15). 20 Simple Ideas for Kindergarten P.E. with

Minimal Equipment. Retrieved from http://www.bigblogofteachingideas.com/pe-2/20-

simple-ideas-for-kindergarten-p-e-with-minimal-equipment/ This website was very

helpful with my PowerPoint assignment on a Fitness Education Lesson Plan. This website

gave my group and I so many ideas on how to incorporate movement in a variety of fun

ways. It gave such a variety of games for us to choose from. We chose a couple called,

Star Jumps, Funny Running and Tee-Pee Pencil. All of these games are ways to get

children moving while also enjoying themselves. With this and the shape American

website we also found the NASPE standards for physical education from grades K-12. I

am very happy that we found this website in order to give us so many ideas to use now,

while also being able to use them in our future classrooms.

C. (2014, January 02). Self-Nutrition Data. Retrieved from

https://nutritiondata.self.com/user/login With the use of this website I was able to gain

the knowledge of what my nutrition intake is compared to what my nutrition intake

should be. I learned a lot from this experience, including what I need more and less of in

my nutrition. From the day that I chose to assess my nutritional habits, I definitely saw

many strengths and weaknesses. Although my dietary assessment only assessed the

nutrition of one day, it helped to build a framework of how to live a healthier and more

nutritional lifestyle. What I mean by this, is that it has helped me to understand the

foods, vitamins and the amount of water I need to intake on a daily basis to be

considered healthy. Just to name a few weaknesses that I noticed, would be the fact

that I am deficient in “good fats”, such as Omega-3 and Omega-6. Additional

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deficiencies would include water, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, folate,

calcium, zinc, selenium, and fluoride.

Kovar, S. K. (2012). Elementary classroom teachers as movement educators. New York:

McGraw-Hill. This textbook has been a huge part of my semester. It has helped me to

better understand vocabulary that didn’t make sense at first, to even helping me to

build lesson plans. I have learned so many interesting things from this book, to take into

the classroom with me. I have learned how important it is that just because we are not

physical education educators, that we are still capable of being physical educators. We

are perfectly capable of developing lesson plans and integrating movement within them.

We are fully capable of educating our students on the importance of eating healthy and

getting regular amounts of physical activity and exercise throughout the days. I will

continue to use this resource throughout my teaching career in order to educate my

students, as well as myself.

Rutgers. (n.d.). 101 Health and Wellness Tips for College Students. Retrieved from

https://healthservices.camden.rutgers.edu/topics_wellness Although this article is

geared towards college students, I feel as though teachers and even parents can use this

to advocate healthy living and well-being. Not only could I use this resource for myself,

in order to start living a healthier lifestyle but I can incorporate some of these tips in my

classroom. I can do anything from, providing healthy snacks throughout the day to even

consistently engaging with the students in physical activity. Whether that activity may

be within the classroom, at recess, or even volunteering after school at sports clubs. The

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main thing that I learned is how important it is to provide positive feedback and tips to

your students in order for them to engage in healthier living as well.

Shape America. (n.d.). Strategies for RECESS in Schools. Retrieved from

https://www.shapeamerica.org/standards/guidelines/strategies_for_recess_in_schools.

aspx Shape America is a great resource for anyone to use, but it is especially useful for

educators. Educators can use this resource for many reasons. As educators, we can use

this resource to help advance our own knowledge on promoting physical education and

physical activity within our own classrooms. It is very important for us, as educators to

be fully competent in this area of expertise. I used Shape America as a way to find new

strategies for recess in schools. As well as incorporating physical activity into our

classrooms, we are also capable of promoting physical activity during recess as well. As

our student’s role models, we need to be active participants in physical activity as well

as the students. We need to be advocating that the kids should be up and moving and

by doing that we need to be moving as well. We can play games, sports, and etc. in

order for them to see that it is important and can be fun.