A Body in Balance: Importance of Proper Movement & its Application to Ohio PE Benchmarks

Enroll Now! Space is Limited! Be ready to MOVE!

  • Dig into the Ohio PE Benchmarks & Standards
  • Share student engagement strategies that increase likelihood of lifelong physical activity
  • Apply proper "Body in Balance" techniques & strategies
  • Improve confidence of student participation in Physical Education
  • Discover the benefits of increased movement on classroom learning

  • Wednesday, October 28, 2020
  • 9:00am-3:00pm
  • Lunch: One hour, on your own

Location: Face-to-Face at:
ESC of Lake Erie West
2275 Collingwood Blvd., Toledo, OH 43620

COVID-19 Protocols:
Face coverings are required for all individuals in common areas.
Temperature checks will be required upon entry to the Collingwood Center.
Training areas will be cleaned and sanitized prior to the training and throughout workday. To meet social distancing guidelines, registration will be limited.
Presenter: Caroline Humberston, a licensed physical therapist (PT) and Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), studied at State University of New York at Stony Brook and Washington University where she specialized in movement analysis. Working in an orthopedic setting for 20 years, Caroline specializes in diagnosis of poor movement, its impact on everyday life, and guiding proactive efforts to incorporate healthy choices as a means to prevent future morbidities in our children. Based on research and her expertise, Caroline founded PlayTime: Proprioceptive Learning Activities for Youth.
Target Audience: Physical education teachers, health education teachers, coaches; Event is subject to cancellation due to low enrollment.
´╗┐Participants will need to bring their own yoga mat or towel.

Cost: $35.00; You must click two links, one to register and one to pay below.

Contact Hours: 5 hours

For questions about registration, contact Staci McDaniel at smcdaniel@esclakeeriewest.org.