NASPE

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NASPENational Association for Sport and Physical Education
NASPENorth American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology
NASPENational Association of State Personnel Executives
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Another limitation of this study is that it did not contextualize students' PA engagement with respect to other aspects of the observed class periods (e.g., the extent or quality of instruction, the number of practice opportunities to improve motor skills, the developmental appropriateness of the learning tasks, the students' level of enjoyment), which are considered important goals of college PA programming and may be associated with the amount of PA in which students engage during class (NASPE, 2007).
Both interview guides were informed initially by the components within the 2007 NASPE Initial Guidelines for Online Physical Education.
Finally, although Canada's Physical and Health Education Canada (PHE Canada) has not taken up futures work in the same way NASPE's PE2020 has, PHE Canada has been a longtime advocate for quality daily physical education in Canadian schools.
To help students achieve and maintain health-enhancing physical fitness, there has been an increasing call for an implementation of QPET (CDC, 2011; NASPE, 2010).
Since youth sport has been distinguished from interscholastic sport (Coakley, 2009), youth sport was defined as organized sport programs for children age 14 and younger, based on a National Association for Sport and Physical Education position statement (NASPE, 2010) on youth sport guidelines.
Notably, the policy for children's physical activities in China is consistent with ones recommended by international/ Western professional organizations, such as the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE, 2004), which suggested: "Preschoolers should engage in at least 60 minutes--and up to several hours--of unstructured physical activity each day, and should not be sedentary for more than 60 minutes at a time, except when sleeping" (para.
National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE), 2002, ActiveStart: A Statement of Physical Activity Guidelines for Children Birth to Five Years.
Along with topics such as nutrition, strength training, eating disorders, and emotional/psychological concerns (Frank, 2003), many teacher-coaches are "likely deficient in other areas such as organizing practices, planning and implementing conditioning programs, caring for and preventing injuries, and using age appropriate motivational techniques" (NASPE, 2008, p.
The National Association of Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) established recommendations for the amount of school-based physical education (SBPE) instructional time in its 2010 Guidelines for Quality Physical Education, in which it is stated that "children must be provided with opportunities to learn, which necessitates at least 150 minutes per week of SBPE instruction at the elementary school level" (McCullick et al., 2012, p.
MEETING PHYSICAL EDUCATION STANDARDS THROUGH MEANINGFUL ASSESSMENT: RESEARCH-BASED STRATEGIES FOR SECONDARY (9781450412711, $35.00) Greg Bert and Lisa Summers's Teachers provides an assessment of the benefits of standards-based assessment, providing six power standards based on the NASPE standards and blending in kid-friendly objectives to help teachers communicate with students.