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Pedagogy & Curriculum

Animal Paths – The Parkour-Based System for Physical Literacy and Personal Development

Our physical literacy system for kids, the Parkour Animal Paths, is designed specifically to capture the natural abilities of young people and expand upon them to help every child achieve their full potential, both in body and mind.

Dan Edwardes

Pedagogy & Curriculum

Happiness Factories – Why Success Drives Everything

Expanding on the work contained within the book, Phil will inspire you to think beyond the physical, to embrace every opportunity for success and look around you for the inspiration you need to do more, better for more, always...

Phil Mathe

Pedagogy & Curriculum

Fun Pool Noodle Games in Kindergarten for Optimal Learning

Put some of your P.E. classes on autopilot using proven games with pool noodles. We use lots of animal stories in the games to keep your students engaged, have fun and optimize their learning

Dominique Chiquet

Leadership

1) Characteristics of Championship Programs 2) The Athletic Director’s Toolbox

A focused, high energy presentation on WHY Schools, Programs, Teams, and Departments consistently "WIN." We first define what Winning is (Not just winning on the scoreboard) and how to develop and nurture these traits in your students, staff, coaches and parents.

Jacob (Jake) von Scherrer

Sports & Coaching

How Coaches Can Help Their School Raise Its Game

Nick will dig deeper into sections of his brand new book, "A Global Playbook" that directly relate to coaches and what coaches can do to improve the athletic program at their school.

Nick DeForest

Sports & Coaching

Rethinking the Educational Suitability of Sports Seasons

The presentation will focus on analyzing the educational implications of sports seasons for children focusing on two main ideas: -A learning process of 2-3 months does not allow for an enriching and effective experience. -As an educational community we have come to the agreement that student choice and agency is capital for student engagement and success in the classroom.

Adrian Martinez Gomez