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Trends in elementary school physical education.

Trends in elementary school physical education.

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Published by American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation .
Written in English


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ContributionsAmerican Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
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It offers a combination of theoretical framework and hands-on activities, with information on. Scruggs () gives five suggestions of why the MVPA goal for elementary children should be set at 33% as opposed to 50%: 1) Elementary physical education is shorter than secondary physical education so things such as management and instruction may have a greater impact on overall activity time, 2) It is recommended that young children engage Cited by: 3.

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Elementary school students should receive a minimum of 60 minutes of instructional physical education per week and, ideally, minutes per week. Middle school and high school students should have at least one-half academic year of instructional physical education.

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