Thursday, October 24 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
(Digital Learning) Eric Larson's " Increase Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity (MVPA) in Physical Education while using IHT ZONE Heart Rate Monitors" in Winston 1 BC

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Session Description: Utilizing evidence-based strategies can increase Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity (MVPA) in physical education class. Learn how effective management of students, technology, equipment and instructional time can yield more activity for your students.

· Demonstrate research-based strategies to increase MVPA.
· Modify existing activities to increase MVPA.
· Utilize best practice teaching strategies in physical education class that are known to increase MVPA.

Objectives for the use and applications of the IHT ZONE Heart Rate Monitor:
* Participants will learn the operation of the IHT ZONE functions.
* Participants will become proficient at fitting and wearing a ZONE monitor.
* Participants will engage in gathering and reviewing ZONE data.
* Participants will engage in reflection of integrating the use of zones in existing curricula.
Your Presenter: Eric Larson
Eric Larson is the Regional Vice President for Interactive Health Technologies (IHT). This is the next step in a career that’s been focused on education, and specifically, physical education. Following a 35-year career with the Denver Public Schools, Eric served as the National Physical Education/Physical Activity Advisor with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. At Denver Public Schools, Eric served as an award-winning educator, both as a PE teacher and PE administrator.

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Winston 1 BC

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