Sometimes it's our own kids, and other times it's other people's kids that send us into the restroom crying. Either way it's no fun and can begin to weigh us down to a slow drudge on our morning commute into work. Take a minute to absorb this free eBook and "Stop Crying in the Restroom [it ain't that deep]."
These documents show how to run Fitness Testing in a Phys. Ed. class, then have students record their levels and set goals. A document is included for students to set a SMART goal for their Fitness Testing and a rubric to mark them. The last two documents are designed for Grade 6 (PE6.1) but can be edited for any grade level.
Information on SMART Goals.
Students who have self-regulation challenges benefit from increasing their understanding of
their learning needs. Leah Kuypers developed the Zones of Regulation Curriculum to help
students develop social, emotional and sensory regulation. Sequential lessons were taught to
individuals and to whole classrooms. In the activities, students learn how to use strategies
or tools to consciously regulate their actions, which in turn leads to increased control and
problem solving abilities. As a culminating activity a SMART table activity will be created for
students to show their learning of the different zones. The Smart table activity will also allow
students to share the tools or strategies that they found effective in each of their zones.