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The Athlos Athletic Curriculum provides coaches an opportunity to help students develop a growth mindset from a young age and maintain that outlook as they tackle all sorts of new physical challenges. The most important tool to remember when teaching a growth mindset is to, award effort rather than outcome.
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Ok, quick--- what does installing a floor joist and skipping have in common? Well, not much. But similar to building a house, where you’d better have solid footing; you’d better start with a strong foundation when building athleticism in early elementary students.
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When you think of PE, what goes through your mind? Maybe a “tenured” football coach rolling a few basketballs out onto a court and saying “have at it”? A bevy of kids sitting in small clusters in the bleachers, faces illuminated by their iPhone’s?
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Did you know that despite an obesity epidemic in the United States, only 3.8% of the nation’s elementary schools are offering daily physical education? Doesn’t sound logical, does it? Well, we don’t think so either.