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The slide deck for the Active Schools ASAP webinar that took place on March 15th, 2012.

The slide deck for the Active Schools ASAP webinar that took place on March 15th, 2012.

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  • 1. Applicant Webinar March 15, 2012March 15, 2012
  • 2. On today’s call:JL Neptune Nate Whitman Emily Rak Initiative Director Project Coordinator Senior Vice President Active Schools Active Schools Acceleration Acceleration Health 2.0 Project Project
  • 3. Agenda for Today’s MeetingA Irdc n o h A te co l c la n nn o ut t t c Sho A c e t t io e iv s e r ioPo c rj t eA Ovr w f e n e ie o t ASAP v h Innovation Competition ShoP g m co lr r s oa T cnl ynoa n eho g I vt o n ioQ& A oth C a ne A b u t hl g e l e
  • 4. Active Schools Acceleration Project:The Active Schools Acceleration Project (ASAP) is an initiative ofChildObesity180, a non-profit organization conducted in collaboration withTufts University, which fosters cross-sector collaboration in order to reversethe trend of childhood obesity within one generation’s time. ASAP seeks toincrease quality physical activity in schools as a means to promote healthy,active living and to evoke the beneficial behavioral and academic outcomesthat follow.March 15, 2012
  • 5. ASAP Innovation Competition What? The ASAP Innovation Competition is a nationwide competition designed to identify and reward innovative and impactful physical activity programs and technologies with excellent promise to motivate quality physical activity at school and beyond. Why? Our ultimate goal is to celebrate innovative and scalable approaches, shining a light on these laudable methods, so they can be shared and ultimately benefit an even greater number of children. In the case of top winners of the competition, we will collaborate with those teams to deeply understand the methods and evidence behind their success, and develop plans and mechanisms through which they can achieve exponential scale and impact.March 15, 2012
  • 6. ASAP Innovation Competition Two Competition Categories: School Programs – Designed to uncover effective, scalable physical activity programs currently on-the-ground and in motion in schools across the country. Technology Innovation – Seeking the best in new and emerging technologies, or applications of existing technologies, with excellent promise to motivate quality physical activity in school-time settings, and beyond.March 15, 2012
  • 7. School Programs: Eligibilityo Physical activity program is currently up and running in a school or districto Reaches students within 5-12 year age range (K-5, K-6 students)o Program meets following definition - any curriculum, activity, environmental modification, event, or other initiative that promotes quality school-time physical activity o School-time may encompass before and after-school opportunitiesMarch 15, 2012
  • 8. School Programs: Evaluation Criteria• Originality (10%)• Fun & Engaging for Kids (10%)• Health Promoting (20%)• Cost-Effective & Sustainable (20%)• Highly Scalable (10%)• Reaches All Ages & Ability Levels (20%)• Instills Transferable Skills, Habits, & Attitudes (10%)March 15, 2012
  • 9. School Programs: AwardsRegional Winners8 Regions + 2 Wildcards$25,000 AwardNational Winners2 Winners (from amongregional pool)$100,000 Award + Development PilotAwards are intended to recognize and reward outstanding physical activityprograms that have been implemented by passionate educators across thecountry. Prize funds may be invested into school-based fitness andwellness programming that increases quality physical activity and supportsobesity prevention. Winners may determine how prize funds will bestadvance these goals in their school community.March 15, 2012
  • 10. School Programs: Pilot StudyDevelopmental pilot studies will be conducted in collaboration with the two National Winning teams and their respective schools and/or districts. The goal of these pilots will be to develop a plan for expanding and replicating the methods of these winning programs in schools of different types, geographies, and sizes across the country. Specific pilot design will be vary according to the nature of the winning programs; their stage of development, geographical location, and nature of the activities involved.Core principles and activities of all pilots will include:o Program Observation – How/Why is this program effective? Why does it work in this particular setting?o Efficacy Analysis – Plan for monitoring & evaluation established including any appropriate metric/measurement systems.o Expansion Planning – Development of evidence-based plan for expansion to schools/districts of different types, sizes, and geographies; plan for implementation of scale-upMarch 15, 2012
  • 11. School Programs: Timelineo Competition Launch February 7o Application Submission Window February 7 – April 2o Judging & Evaluation April 3 – May 13o Regional & Wildcard Winners Announced May 14o Invites to Awards Ceremony Sento Awards Ceremony National Winners Announced June (Week of 6/11)March 15, 2012
  • 12. Technology Innovation: Eligibilityo Eligible entries should present technological innovations, including both newly developed technologies and/or unique applications of existing technologies that can increase quality physical activity in school and beyondo The intended applicant is the developer and owner of the respective technology. The entrant team must be able to demonstrate proprietorship over submitted technology, including any associated intellectual property rightso The specific technology is at an advanced stage of development; commercially viable or very nearly so. This is not intended to be an ideas competition.o Entries must be able to demonstrate at least one application with children within 5-12 year old age range (K-5, K-6 students)March 15, 2012
  • 13. Technology Innovation: EvaluationCriteriao Innovative, Original, Fun & Engaging for Kids (10%)o Health Promoting (15%)o Reliable, Accurate, & Trackable (15%)o Cost-effective, Affordable, Sustainable, & Scalable (20%)o Reaches All Ages & Ability Levels (10%)o Instills Transferable Skills, Habits, & Attitudes (10%)o Non-Disruptive to School Environments (10%)o Ease of Implementation & Maintenance (10%)March 15, 2012
  • 14. Technology Innovation: AwardsTwo (2) Grand Prize Winnerso Participate in school-based pilot studies, each with $50,000 budget & additional staff supporto Pilots to be conducted in collaboration with winning team, designed and managed by Tufts University & ChildObesity180o Opportunity to present at Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference o October 2012, San Francisco, CAMarch 15, 2012
  • 15. Technology Innovation: Pilot StudyPilots will be designed to evaluate the potential of winning technologies tomotivate and encourage 60 minutes per day of moderate to vigorous activityin a school setting and beyond. Goal of pilot study will be to develop a planfor rolling out winning technologies in schools of different types,geographies, and sizes across the country. Pilot design will vary according totechnology type and capabilities.Core principles and activities of all pilots will include: o Technology Observation – How/Why is does this technology motivate physical activity? How can it be effective in a school setting? o Efficacy Analysis – Plan for monitoring & evaluation established including any appropriate metric/measurement systems. o Expansion Planning – Development of evidence-based plan for roll-out to schools/districts of different types, sizes, and geographiesMarch 15, 2012
  • 16. Technology Innovation: Timelineo Competition Launch February 7o Application Submission Window February 7 – April 2o Judging & Evaluation April 3 – May 13o Technology Innovation Winners Announced May 14o Invites to Awards Ceremony Sento Awards Ceremony June (Week of 6/11)March 15, 2012
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