Connect:

Inside Track

How Are Your Local Schools Creating Active Classrooms?

October 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: Increasingly, more schools are finding creative ways to implement physical activity into their school days. Teachers are utilizing innovative solutions such as taking short breaks during lessons to get their kids up and moving, creating classrooms where children can use stationary bikes while reading, or classrooms where children sit on stability balls or use standing desks. One schoolin New York City is even offering spin classes before school for their students and the community at large. Read more here

 

Articles in This Issue:

Past Issues

A Healthy Message That’s Easy to Translate

October 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: This week the Inside Track continues a series of interviews with members of the Strategic Advisory Committee of Voices for Healthy Kids, a joint initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and American Heart Association,

Subscribe to PreventObesity.net Inside Tracks

Inside Track

A Healthy Message That’s Easy to Translate

10/23/2014

IN THIS ISSUE: This week the Inside Track continues a series of interviews with members of the Strategic Advisory Committee of Voices for Healthy Kids, a joint initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and American Heart Association,

Read More

Subscribe to PreventObesity.net Inside Tracks

News Bytes

Sweeter Summer Blog Series: An Interview with Mark Scherzer

08/28/2014

The final blog post in our #SweeterSummer blog series comes from PreventObesity.net Leader Mark Scherzer.

Read More
Subscribe to PreventObesity.net News Bytes