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  • 1. Exergaming in Physical EducationExamples in the Classroom B By Adrian G. Published 05/03/2011 Clip art licensed from the Clip Art Gallery on DiscoverySchool.com Jackie Kimmel Frostburg State University Spring 2012
  • 2. The Olean City School District Foundation in New York uses Nintendo Wii’s for Physical Education students at both elementary and high school levels Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation
  • 3. A Florida PE teacher spoke confidently about exergaming by saying, “This is the first time in 11 years of teaching PE that I’ve had to kick kids out of class who don’t want to stop exercising.” Gamercize Blog Originally posted at the Exergame Network Blog
  • 4. iGames4 is a company that is leading the way to add activity based video games to the curriculum of many physical educatio classes. Weblogs.wpix.com
  • 5. Exergaming blends together technology, video games, and physical education Mtroyal.ca
  • 6. Exergaming can include games such as stationary video game bikes, snowboards, virtual soccer, dance dance revolution, and many others. Sfgate.com
  • 7. Message: A call to action Exergaming is becoming very useful in the teaching world Teachers are having huge success by using these types of games to motivate students to be more physically fit I think using video games in physical education is a great and useful idea and should be incorporated into all physical education curriculums
  • 8. ReferencesKleinedler C. (3 Dec. 2008). The fitness revolution: Avideo game makes gym class fun again. Retrieved fromhttp://www.edutopia.org/dance-dance-revolution-fitness-technologySchiesel, S. (2007, May 1). Video game revolutionizingphysical education. The New York Times. Retrieved fromhttp://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/01/world/americas/01iht-dance.1.5515458.html
  • 9. Images From: By Adrian G. Published 05/03/2011 Clip art licensed from the Clip Art Gallery on DiscoverySchool.com Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation Originally posted at the Exergame Network Blog Weblogs.wpix.com Mtroyal.ca Sfgate.com