The blog contributors, Dr.
In the weeks and months to come, we hope to share stories of what we've learned, people we've met, and how our work-life experiences have shaped the thoughts we have today. Our observations will cover a variety of public health topics: Childhood obesity, physical activity promotion, coordinated school health, healthy eating, best practices and resources, the latest research, behavior and environmental change, and much more.
We'll tag team this task and have a different contributor each week. Please plan to join us every Wednesday when a new blog is posted!
Besides sight seeing, learning about different cultures, trying new foods (ever had duck tongue in
Yet, the story is not completely positive. Teachers complaints mirrored those we hear often in
I also saw some of the same instructional traits, that could be improved. A lot of fitness without purpose or enjoyment, direct and command style teaching and little student choice or empowerment. Differentiated learning was almost non-existent as classes take a "one-size fits all" approach to instruction, and teachers all over the world, just like here in the