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2015

Special Education and Teaching

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Instituting a community PE program

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Fitness, Friendship, And Fun: University Sponsored Community Pe Program, Wendi Stanley, George De Marco, Lloyd Laubach, Corinne Daprano Feb 2015

Fitness, Friendship, And Fun: University Sponsored Community Pe Program, Wendi Stanley, George De Marco, Lloyd Laubach, Corinne Daprano

Lloyd L Laubach

This paper describes a University-sponsored community physical education program and the feedback received about it from teachers, children, and the college students who oversaw it. The program, called Fitness, Friendship, and Fun, was staffed by 65 first-year student interns from the University of Dayton; four graduate assistants; and two university professors. It began with 65 male and female elementary students, primarily from the fifth and sixth grades at a nearby elementary school.


Fitness, Friendship, And Fun: University Sponsored Community Pe Program, Wendi Wilcox Stanley, George M. De Marco, Lloyd L. Laubach, Corinne M. Daprano Jan 2015

Fitness, Friendship, And Fun: University Sponsored Community Pe Program, Wendi Wilcox Stanley, George M. De Marco, Lloyd L. Laubach, Corinne M. Daprano

Corinne M. Daprano

This paper describes a University-sponsored community physical education program and the feedback received about it from teachers, children, and the college students who oversaw it. The program, called Fitness, Friendship, and Fun, was staffed by 65 first-year student interns from the University of Dayton; four graduate assistants; and two university professors. It began with 65 male and female elementary students, primarily from the fifth and sixth grades at a nearby elementary school.