The NCAA basketball championship concludes tonight, and with it, one of the most enjoyable spectacles in sport. To me, this three-weekend playoff is much more exciting than it’s professional counterpart. Here are my top-three reasons why the NCAA tournament is Continue reading My Top-3 Reasons Why the NCAA Tournament is Better Than the NBA Playoffs
Technology is bound to affect sports in ways we could never have imagined. An example happened last week in the NBA. It was the convergence of wireless computer technology, the internet and a new social networking service called Twitter. Twitter Continue reading Half-Time Twittering
In the early mornings, my clock radio kicks off the day with “Radio Romania” as part of the Canadian Broadcast Company’s morning programming (depending on how long I stay in bed, I can also hear English broadcasts from South Korea, Continue reading Romanians Have Physical Education Problems Too
One thing about physical educators is that they realize the value of making lessons fun. They also realize that an active child is a child better able to learn. This often applies for those physical educators who teach academic subjects. Continue reading
This is a tale of an invention that has been rendered useless because of corporate greed. Strictly speaking, it’s not a physical education issue, but it does affect any teacher who packs a lunch for school or team trips. What Continue reading Food Container Rant
You may have been involved in a such a debate – whether your local government should invest in local sports facilities – perhaps to be housed on your school property. While it didn’t involve school property, my hometown has just Continue reading Recreational Sports Facilities & Physical Education SAVE Taxpayers’ Money!