Competitive sports can also benefit kids social skills. Sports help kids with their social skills because it gives them a chance to interact with kids there own age and lets them learn how to work together. They work with each other by coming together as a team or a unit to play the game they love. They learn to win and lose as a team and that can help them throughout their life because they are going to win and lose at life to but losing can benefit them in much more ways than winning because it 's how you come back and recover after losing and sports gives kids the opportunity to know what that is like. Sports can also help kids learn to interact and take direct orders from adults and how to follow directions.
In addition to the topic youth sports teach life lessons to a child, sports help lift a kids self-confidence. As said from my parents, they only allow me to do sports not just because their fun to play, but they say it keeps my head up high rather than feeling ashamed. In the article “The Benefits of Competitive Athletic Sports Participation in
• Furthermore, Piaget also talked about Discovery learning. This relates to the idea that children learn best through doing and actively exploring. This shall suit my subject area as in a Physical Education class, much practice are involved, this will best suit my students to be engaged thoroughly in class. • According to Piaget 's theory children should not be taught certain concepts until they have reached the appropriate stage of cognitive development. Personally, I think this is very useful to us PE Teachers to understand this fact so as to plan and for the betterment of our students also.
Reaching out to today's youth would seem to be a good way to start. As we already have a system in place to educate our next generation in the public school system. Keeping physical education the same, teaching sports rules and teamwork, but in addition teach today's youth the importance of healthy living through proper nutrition and broadening their ideals of physical activity. Supplying students with the knowledge of healthy food choices and giving them the opportunity to experience healthy food choices through preparation and taste. Giving the students the chance to experience these choices may be the most prominent way of reaching them.
However, physical education classes are helpful for students in many ways. They
However children are more freedom, as they are allow to work on things that they want in their orders or in their way. This can increase their motivation to take learning risk, to allow them to think positively that help children to independent and become resilient. In addition Montessori encourage children can make own healthy choices and demonstrate positive attitudes to nutrition, hygiene, exercise and routine for the goodness of health and wellbeing.
Some solutions for this problem are school should care about students and equip with modern facilities for sports. At the same time, the school must ensure the safety of students as they participate sport and limit minimum accident by sports. Finally, school should reorganize the schedule so that students have time for academic subjects as well as playing sports In my opinion, sports should be obligatory at school. As you can see, the advantages of sports outweigh its disadvantages. Sports not only help students improve their physical activity but also help them enhance their internal aspect and mental.
Nichols (2010) mentioned that initially, researchers predicted that kids who took physical education (PE) during the school day would do better academically, since it helps reduce boredom and helps kids stay focused. When talking about school performance, it is indeed a heavy duty to handle both priorities at the same time, especially if a person is not immune to split his focus and do his duties double-time for other extra-curricular, even if it is considered to be an exercise and less people seem to work this out excellently. It is a much better advice for students to just settle with their physical education course since it has its own spare of time for a person to do physical activities, unlike having to deal to be gone even for just an hour or day away from your academics-unless again if a person could handle both very well. In taking up sport interests to something applicable, the pace through the educational journey could benefit a lot from
Outside of sports, learning how to cooperate and work together with others would be extremely important and would also help you in learning as group work or seeking help with homework from others would involve using these skills. Some students can also find their interest in sports and not just finding a sport fun and pursuing it, but maybe finding out that they have the capability to be a leader and may pursue leadership positions. Overall, I want to teach PE because it not only helps the kids learn routines and games to stay fit, but also improve communication, cooperation, teamwork, and social skills that would help them outside of sports as
This has led to us to believe that the best way to learn is by having students construct their own knowledge instead of having someone construct it for them. As teachers we need to think different ways on how can we deliver our daily teaching in such a way that it empowers students through ownership of knowledge and allows for constructivist learning. I’ve noticed that in their age, cooperative learning is appropriate. Students can benefit from working with peers. Cooperative learning helps students develop the skills they will need later for education success.