PE Class in the Library
(A "better-late-than-never" post...)
Question: How does a PE teacher teach when the gym is closed for a pod show, the drama room is full of woodworking tools, and it's pouring rain outside?
Answer: Turn the library learning commons into an arena!
I am supremely blessed to have an administrator that understands the need for the library learning commons to be a flexible space for learning. Aussie Gal supports me 100% in adding casters to shelves, buying light and modular seating, and finding tables with wheels. When everything can be rolled easily to one side of the library on a moment's notice, spontaneous learning can take place... even a PE class!
*Knuckleball: A version of Gaga ball. Players are out of the game when they are hit on the legs by a foam ball. The ball must be hit with a closed fist.
**The ball generally stays low enough to the ground that it rarely hits anything in the library.