Welcome to CAHPERD


If you believe in the importance of your profession to the education of the whole child, the need to support and engage future professionals, the need to keep informing legislators and administrators of the value of our professions in health, physical education, recreation, and dance, and if you want a variety of professional development opportunities that will provide for continued learning, then join the California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance!

SAVE THE DATE
2021 CAHPERD Conference 
March 11-13, 2021

   

  

As a part of the continuing CORE (CAHPERD Online Resource Events) series that began this summer, we are excited to offer several virtual presentations on the latest topics surrounding Health and Physical Education instruction today.  CAHPERD has assembled the best of the best in our field to help you before school begins! These workshops are FREE! Don't miss out! 

More Events are coming soon! Check back here for the announcements!

Dates, Times, Topics & Descriptions of Presentations (PDF)  

Biographical Statements of Presenters (PDF)  

REGISTER NOW!  
Click here to register via Google Forms


To see replays of all CORE Series Presentations:
CORE Series Webinar Replays

Past CORE Series Presentations 

PE - Life Outside the Locker Room - Mel House 
Health Education: Comprehensive Sexual Health Resources and CA Healthy Youth Act (CHYA) - 
Janis Price and Amy Streavel
Health Education: NEW Resources for Synchronous and Asynchronous Activities - Janis Price 

health. moves. minds – The Program Every School Needs -  Michelle Carter 
Don’t Underestimate the Power of Physical Activity Breaks on Student’s Social and 
     Emotional Learning  - Michelle Tabor, MPH
Teaching at the UnSchool - Dan DeJager
Resilience During a Pandemic - Catherine Sanderson
M
eaning Makers:  Finding Relevance and Joy Through Movement - Andy Vasily
Unleash the Power of Our Why  - Terri Drain
Establishing a Positive Learning Environment in a Virtual World - Kate Cox
Technology Overview - Matthew Bassett
Google Classroom:  The Basics and Beyond - Eric Davolt
The Ins and Outs of Canvas - Bailee Sandsmark
Assessment Before During and After … with Kahoot, Nearpod and Quizizz - Mike Shaffer
Flipgrid+   - Stephanie Sandino
Design Considerations for Distance Learning- David Daum 
Virtual HPE Planning Webinar - Amanda Stanec
Gamify Your Virtual or In Person PE Program with GooseChase - Jennifer Mettler


Membership Benefits

As a CAHPERD member, you will:
  • Be entitled to discounted fees for all Association sponsored workshops, conferences and professional development opportunities.
  • Receive all publications, including the e-Journal and the e-Newsletter.
  • Have a voice in legislative and policy matters.
  • Receive all services of the Association, rendered through officers, committees and staff.
  • Be eligible to serve and vote for a variety of leadership roles.
  • We are continually striving to increase and improve member benefits, including negotiated partnerships with companies that provide industry-related goods and services. Look for more information about these offerings in the near future.
We are continually striving to increase and improve member benefits, including negotiated partnerships with companies that provide industry-related goods and services. Look for more information about these offerings in the near future.

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Membership Brochure

CAHPERD Publications

The e-Journal, published twice a year, contains peer-reviewed articles of relevance to the HPERD disciplines, and information for application to professional practice or performance.  For information about the peer-review process, click on Submit an Article below.

The e-Newsletter is published more frequently, in a format that informs readers of current issues, upcoming events, legislative actions, professional interest stories and news about individual members.

Journal Archives 

Newsletter

Submit an Article

Health Moves Minds


Across the country, today’s children and adolescents — at all grade levels — do not get enough physical activity, and are struggling with anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges. Understanding these challenges, promoting an active school environment, and teaching children how to cope with stress, bullying, and societal pressures can make all the difference.

The health. moves. minds.™ program brings the lessons, activities, and community-building ideas that can help kids live their best lives.

Find out more