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The Power Up for 30 training is a unique professional development opportunity modeling what it teaches. Participants wear a pedometer throughout the session with the purpose of showing how easily physical activity can be integrated into learning. The training highlights the latest research supporting physical activity and academics while providing practical strategies for increasing physical activity during the school day. School teams use personalized survey data as reported by their administrator, PE teacher, and grade level teachers to construct a customized action plan capitalizing on the school's assets and needs of their students.
The Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program (CSPAP) model, developed by The Center for Disease Control and Prevention in collaboration with SHAPE America, is also highlighted.
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What are the Power Up for 30 school teams saying about the training?
- "Our assistant principal told our staff it was the best in-service/training she had ever attended. I would agree." -Physical Education Teacher, Cobb County Teacher, May 2014
- "[The most helpful aspect of the training was] knowing that resources and lessons are already in place. [I anticipate the greatest outcome of this school wide and state wide initiative being] healthier, happier, and academically sounder students." -Administrator, First District RESA, June 2014
- "[The most helpful aspect of the training was] the realization that I can be part of the change and be supported in creating change." -Classroom Teacher, Decatur County, Feb 2014
- "We actually are already seeing results. We started doing one of the short videos on the morning announcements and even those teachers who normally do not participate or let their students move around their rooms are enjoying it. The students are really responding well to it. Thanks for the cd's." -Physical Education Teacher, Cobb County, May 2014
- "[The most helpful aspect of the training was] examining data to start the action plan." -Administrator, Hall County, July 2014
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