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Curriculum Planning & Classroom Management
Overwhelmed by program options? Unsure of what exactly PLT4M will look like in your classroom? This webinar explores the various program progressions in PLT4M and how different implementation styles suit each program.Agenda:Classroom Management Teaching Styles Teaching styles based on Program Benefits/Outcomes of Various Styles Example Progression Tips & Best Practices
Administering Assessments & Tracking Progress
In this webinar, we'll explore the available assessments in PLT4M, as well as where they live within our programs. Learn how students can log results, and how you can view their progress.Agenda:Setting up your testing page What tests exist in PLT4M? Where are tests found in the PLT4M programs? How can tests be logged? Tracking Progress Written Assessments Assessments Tips & Tricks
Best Practices for Implementation
A basic “remind me how to do this” refresher! Learn best practices for adding new students, removing old ones, creating or updating groups, assigning programs, and tracking activity! This webinar is appropriate for both new and returning PLT4M customers. Agenda:Student Registration Creating Groups Assigning Programs Student Workout Log PLT4M Community Q&AFind the recording below:
Integrating PLT4M Throughout Secondary Physical Education
PE Department Chair, Christi Meyer, and SHAPE America Teacher of the Year, Jessica Shawley, present on their experience integrating PLT4M across their secondary PE program at Lewison High School. Christi and Jessica touch on 3 main learning objectives:Examine PLT4M’s fitness curriculum and what it offers physical educators. Discover how to implement PLT4M throughout your entire physical education program. Create a plan for utilizing PLT4M for student-centered learning activities. Click the video above to watch the OnDemand webinar!
Everything You Need to Know about Weight Training in PLT4M
PLT4M equips you with several programs and features designed to help you deliver a successful ad efficient weight training program. But where should you start? And how can you ensure you're utilizing all the features?This webinar will cover:1. Teaching students how to weight train2. Weight Training Programs and how to edit them2. Capturing Maxes3. Logging Weights and Worksets4. Rack View5. Viewing Workout Activity & Progress Reports
On A Mission: The Canton Wellness Approach
Canton Public Schools has a clearly defined wellness mission: "We will encourage, education, and motivate our students to make positive daily decisions and to develop healthy lifestyle habits."PE teaches Ryan Gordy and Adam Hughes present on their mission and what steps they have taken over the years to create a comprehensive Physical Education and Wellness program. Join us as they share best practices and classroom examples of how they have made their program cutting edge.
Yoga in PE: A Comprehensive Approach
Teaching yoga in physical education is becoming increasingly popular across the country. In this webinar, PLT4M’s Yoga instructor, Lulu Emmons, joins us to discuss her approach to PLT4M's yoga series!We cover: the mental and physical benefits of yoga, how we align with national standards, and how we scale and modify movement to make yoga for everyone.
Weight vs. Health in Nutrition Education
Nutrition education is about giving students the skills and knowledge for long-term success. In a digital age plagued by diet-culture, schools are presented with the unique challenge of providing students with accurate information about health and wellness.In this webinar, PLT4M’s nutrition expert, Rebecca Toutant, reviews the impacts and limitations of using weight as a measure of health and health behavior progress. She then presents on sustainable methods to help students improve health through nutrition.
Managing Varied Abilities in PE
PLT4M offers many features designed to help deliver and track individualized fitness tracks for your students. In this webinar, we'll introduce you to the tools and best practices for managing a class of varying ability levels.Agenda:Assessing Your Audience Curate & Assign varying fitness paths Logistics in the Classroom Viewing & Tracking ProgressHosted by Jackie Milani, the Director of Customer Success here at PLT4M!
Emphasizing Basic Fitness & Mental Health - with Molly Collins
In this webinar, PE teacher Molly Collins presents her plans to cover both fitness and elements of social-emotional learning and mental health this year. BACK TO SCHOOL – PREPARING FOR THE NEW YEAR WEBINARThere is some serious back-to-school baggage we should talk about! As students return to school this fall, we must consider the mental and physical impacts of the past year. From basic form and technique in fitness to the isolation many students have faced over the past year, PE has a lot to address. So how do we do it?Molly Collins, PE Teacher at Pennfield High School in Michigan, presents her plan to cover the basics of both fitness and elements of social-emotional learning and mental health. In addition, Molly breaks down her ‘book club’ she is incorporating to help facilitate discussions throughout the class that will tap into the real-world challenges students face.
Back to School: Account Prep & Best Practices
This webinar includes tips for preparing your account for a new school year, a review of newly released programs and features, and best practices for starting the school year off strong! Hosted by Jackie Milani, the Director of Customer Success here at PLT4M!Agenda:Account Turnover What's New? Programs & Features Post COVID Considerations & Best Practices Virtual Options
Back to School - Preparing for the New Year
Back to school means planning and preparing for the new semester. PE Teacher, Brandon Siegel, presents his plan for the new year and how he will approach designing and implementing each class’s curriculum.In this webinar, Brandon covers a wide range of topics, including:The Lifetime Fitness Plan Syllabus Examples Incorporating Health & Nutrition Working With Limited Resources Moving Past The Basics
Understanding & Improving Mobility
Mobility is a critical aspect of everyday life and overall health. But improving mobility is not as simple as just ‘stretching’ every once in a while.Alex Relph, TRS-Mobility Specialist, NASM-PES, and PLT4M Co-Founder, presents on the key elements surrounding mobility. Alex defines and describes key aspects around mobility like fascia, end-range stretching, self-myofascial release, and active recovery. Finally, he displays PLT4M’s new Intro To Mobility program that works to introduce students to these same mobility concepts.
Activity Tracking in PLT4M
We've launched several new activity features aimed at providing more insights into your students and athletes training. In this webinar, you will learn: What can you track?➔ Time & Exercise Completion➔ Fitness Tests➔ Finishers & Pillars➔ Weight Training➔ Notes How can you track it?➔ Activity Tab➔ Real Time Workout Feed➔ Leaderboards➔ Progress Reports
Since embracing distance learning, we've adapted our programs and even changed the way we teach movement. After a year of teaching from a distance, this webinar brings us back inside the classroom or weight room. We'll discuss how certain features serve a different purpose when in-person versus remote, and how to optimize PLT4M's technology to make the most out of your time in-person with your students and athletes.
Returning to In-Person PE with Molly Collins
As more schools return to some form of in-person learning, Physical Education has unique challenges to address. PE Teacher Molly Collins presents on how she has transitioned to hybrid Physical Education at her high school in Battle Creek Michigan. She discusses some of the programs and curriculum she is using, break down some fun fitness challenges incorporated into her class, and talk about next steps to in-person learning.
Most classrooms and weight rooms are filled with students and athletes of varying abilities, experience levels, and goals. As educators, we all strive to meet the individual needs of every student. One way to do this, is to present students with choices, and allow them to take ownership of their fitness journey. But how can you support so many different student journeys?Join us while we unpack this teaching method, what it looks like in and out of the classroom, and how PLT4M can help with your approach.We'll cover:+The benefits of 'Student Choice'+What ARE the student's choices?+How to Implement Choice+Remote vs. In Classroom+Tools & Resources available through PLT4M
Fit for Life PE: Foundations & Variety
Our goal as educators is to provide students with the skills and tools they need to be fit for life, beyond high school. But what does that look like? How do we set them up for success?Doug Curtin presents on the different ways to build students with a strong, well balanced foundation for overall fitness. He then explores and breaks down some of the variety that can then be introduced to students as they continue their fit for life journey.
Build Your Own Workouts: Customizing in PLT4M
Learn how to create custom workouts in PLT4M including building from scratch, modifying PLT4M programs, and created a blended PLT4M program!With remote and hybrid learning, there is no one size fits all! We'll place a specific emphasis on how this tool can help you create a program that fits your needs. Agenda:+How to Use the Workout Builder+How to edit an existing PLT4M Program+Create Your Own Blended Program+Workout Builder Tips & Tricks
Supporting Your Student's Nutritional Journey
This webinar explores the challenges students face in trying to apply nutrition education to their lives. It looks at how food choice is impacted by stress, mental health, sleep, resources, family influence, and what teachers and coaches can do to support students. Hosted by PLT4M’s partner in Nutrition, Rebecca Toutant, MA, RDN, LDN, CDERebecca is a registered dietitian, personal trainer, and certified diabetes educator living and working in the Boston area.Learn more about Rebecca and her background here: Fuel 4 Fitness – Rebecca Toutant
Account Refresh: Best Practices for Starting a New Semester
Heading into a new term with new students, new classes, and new programs? We’re covering best practices for turning your account over, and tips for reorganizing and maximizing your PLT4M account.We'll also review the new PLT4M programs that you may consider implementing into your schedule!Agenda:+Removing/Adding students & staff+Reorganizing your Groups+Cleaning up last years program assignments+Reviewing PLT4M's new program options+Assigning programs to your new groups
Balancing Physical & Academic Learning in PE
“Physical Education is the most complete and total academic class because it involves the body and mind! We need to ensure the balance of engaging students physically and mentally in order to lead to lifelong fitness.”Alisha Bowen of Talmadge Middle School in Oregon, has always worked to keep Physical Education physically and academically rigorous. Alisha presents on how she has continued to keep this rigor throughout Covid and what it looks like in the remote setting.
Athlete Engagement During COVID
No strength coach? No weight room access? No problem! Coach Bonner is an assistant FB coach and helps run the off-season strength & conditioning program. He discusses some strategies he and his staff have employed during COVID-19 to keep athletes engaged, motivated, and accountable!He will cover PLT4M Tips & Tricks, Effective Social Media Use, and Accountability Methods. There there are sure to be some strategies you can use with your athletes!
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