2018 UW-River Falls Emogene Nelson Physical Education Workshop

Welcome back! This two day conference Friday, April 27, and Saturday, April 28, is the first in our new state of the art Falcon Center Facility and will be held in Page Arena. Once again, UWRF has invited some of the best speakers in our profession to come share their best practices with you. This fantastic conference is jammed packed with session after session aimed to help grow your professional practice. Sessions include: teaching rhythms, best practices in teaching, classroom management in physical activities and much more!

Come meet professionals and students to expand your professional network! UW-River Falls Student registration starts at $15 (Early Bird by April 6th) other University Physical Education majors start at $25 (Early Bird by April 6th) and Professional Registration starts at just $99 (Early Bird by April 6th). There is no better value for professional development in Physical Education and Health that is this close to the Twin Cities (45 minutes).

Click HERE to register!

If paying by check:
Please make check out to the UWRF HPE Club.

You can mail the check to this address:
Mr. Dana Zimmerman
UW-River Falls
Health and Human Performance
Falcon Center
1110 S. Main Street
River Falls, WI
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Friday, April 27 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
“Progressive Game Stages One and Two: Object Control and Complexity Added”

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Limited Capacity seats available

What’s missing in the gym? Content Development! This session will focus on Stage One: Object Control and Stage Two: Complexity Added. Experience how to move your students through the first two (of four) stages of game play and use carefully designed task progressions to take learners from one level of performance to another level of performance. After learning to maintain control of an object, participants will increase complexity by combining skills and adding cooperative relationships with teammates.

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Steve Shelton

Physical Education Pedagogy, Radford University, Virginia
Mr. Steve Shelton became a faculty member in the Department of Health and Human Performance at Radford University (VA) in the fall of 2012. Current assignments include teaching courses in Motor Development, Theory and Practice of Cooperative Games and Activities, Behavior Management... Read More →

Friday April 27, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm CDT
Page Basketball Arena

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