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How to Involve Parents in Your PE Program

Grade Level/Audience: K-12 Physical Education Teachers
Webinar Description
We all know parent involvement is a key piece to any successful physical education program. In fact, having parent support can help make or break a program. After all, parents are the one collective voice that decision makers listen to more than anyone. Parent involvement can help you run programs that enhance your physical education instruction and increase student discipline faster than many other methods. The question looms, however, how to best engage parents to experience the positive effects they can have on your PE program. In this webinar, you will look at ways to engage parents from the start of the year through the end of the year. You will see tangible ideas and examples that not only engage parents but bring your physical education program into the spotlight in a positive way. There are over 25 tried and true ideas in this webinar to give you many options to try this year, next year, and for years to come.
Learning Objective
By the end of this Webinar, students will be able to -
  • learn many different ways to involve parents in their PE programs

*Certificates of Attendance for this 1 hour webinar will be distributed on Fridays. In order to receive your certificate, email [email protected] that you have finished the webinar.


Your Instructor


Charles Silberman
Charles Silberman

Charles Silberman is a physical education and health teacher with 15 years of teaching experience. He has become a leader and advocate for incoming physical educators by running workshops on integrating literacy into physical education, teaching in limited space, and creating a field day that shines. Charles has advocated on these topics by presenting at staff in-services and conferences, assisting with new teacher orientations, and other initiatives. Moreover, he has experience writing curriculum from scratch and writing published information specific to physical education in state and nationally recognized publications and websites.


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