"Quit Being Sessile, Let's Get Motile," A Guide to Creating an Active Biology Classroom
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Due to the current threat of the obesity epidemic in the United States it is becoming increasingly important for educators to incorporate movement into their curriculum. Many children are being exposed to sedentary lifestyles with current methods used within the traditional classroom. Many elementary and middle school programs are currently being incorporated to assist educators in helping students become more physically active. However there are not many programs at the high school level. The purpose of this project was to build curriculum that can be incorporated into a high school biology classroom to involve movement. The designed curriculum, Quit Being Sessile, Let's Get Motile, will assist educators teaching biology in incorporating physical activity in their classroom.
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