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Let’s get school aged kids moving 2010

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Let’s get school-aged kids moving presentation is a human relations approach to childhood obesity prevention.

Let’s get school-aged kids moving presentation is a human relations approach to childhood obesity prevention.


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  • 1. Presenter
    Brad Kayden
    Let’s get school-aged kids moving The human relations approach to childhood obesity prevention
  • 2. Presentation Overview
    Welcome!
    Facility layout and ground rules
    Overview of presentation
  • 3. Educator ExpectationsWhat do you expect to get from this presentation ?
  • 4. Presentation Objectives
    In Classroom
    Childhood obesity epidemic
    Prevention vs. treatment
    Need for nutritional awareness
    In Gymnasium
    Need for more vigorous exercise
    Need for more strength and endurance
    Activities to keep kids moving
  • 5. Obesity Issue
    Nutrition
    Exercise
  • 6. Human Relations Approach to Getting School –Aged Kids Moving
    Stresses the importance of understanding human motivation. The human relations school of thought believes that motivation is a result of recognition, encouragement, and rewarding of individual contributions.
  • 7. STRONG Expectations
    Expect to build “strong” relationships with children
    Expect to build “strong” relationships with parents.
    Expect to build a “strong” relationship with your work.
  • 8. Children’s Risks
    Recommendations
    Cardiovascular disease
    Bone and joint
    Sleep
    Social and psychological
    Self-esteem
    Obese kids adults
    Healthy lifestyle habits, including healthy eating and physical activity, can lower the risk of becoming obese and developing related diseases.
    (Handout)Ten Strategies for Schools to Promote Physical Activity and Healthy Eating
    Childhood obesity epidemic
  • 9. Prevention
    Treatment
    What can be done to prevent obesity?
    What is being done to treat obesity?
    Discussion
    Vs.
  • 10. Day 1
    5 months later
    Need for nutritional awareness
  • 11. Review
    Childhood obesity epidemic
    Discussed Prevention vs. treatment
    Need for nutritional awareness
  • 12. Need for more vigorous exercise
  • 13. Gymnasium Activity Need for strength and endurance
  • 14. Gymnasium Activity Activities to keep kids moving
  • 15. Gymnasium Activity Review