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With near-perfect pitches, swings, kicks, strokes and sprints, an athlete’s skills come down to countless hours of practice and a whole lot of science. Designed to excite students by bringing STEM into their favorite activities, this program thrives on action-packed learning experiences. Each day, learners investigate the mechanics of a different movement, connecting STEM concepts, like force, motion and the influence of gravity, to the movement of their own bodies. What does friction have to do with soccer? Why would a football player need to know about unbalanced forces? How would an Olympian hold up against a kangaroo in the long jump? Answer these questions and so much more in Sports Science!
Students: Up to 30
Contact Hours: 12+
Physical Science, Math Connections
Curriculum Digital Download includes: Instructor Guide only, which includes master copies of all student pages.
16 thinking habits developed by Art Costa and Bena Kallick to empower students to succeed in a 21st-century learning environment.
A set of widely-applicable abilities essential for success in the information age.
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