This e-Learning course was designed in collaboration with the University of Nebraska Omaha’s School of Health and Kinesiology with funding from CHI Health. This information is intended for classroom teachers, after school providers, and other youth-serving organizations looking to increase classroom physical activity. While this information will always be applicable, special consideration was paid to current COVID-19 restrictions, including how to include physical activity in a virtual classroom setting.
How to use this course:
Move through the modules at your own pace. We suggest watching each of the module videos, and then watching the supplementary videos and/or browsing the supplementary resources provided in each module as they fit your needs. Once you have finished the course, we ask that you please take the post-survey linked at the end.
We recommend you take this course via a computer, as videos may not play on a phone.
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Please complete this 5-minute surveyafter you have viewed the classroom physical activity video series. You do not need to have viewed all videos before completing the survey. This survey is for evaluation purposes and it completely voluntary.