With many school districts and parents utilizing remote learning plans, we are offering teachers and parents free, remote access to our Future Goals program. Future Goals includes two online resources: Hockey Scholar – an interactive hockey-themed STEM curriculum for middle-school and elementary-school-aged students and Healthier Me – a program that provides elementary-school-aged students the tools they need to make healthy decisions.
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What grade/subject do you teach and how long have you been teaching?
Physical Education / 20.5 years teaching experience
Why did you decide to become a teacher and what is your favorite part about teaching?
I became a Physical Education teacher because I wanted the opportunity to provide each student with the proper foundation to achieve overall lifetime health and wellness. My favorite part of teaching is the daily interaction with each of the students.
What is your favorite part of Future Goals and how are you using it in your classroom?
My favorite part of Future Goals is teaching the students the basic fundamentals of hockey (control the puck, passing and shooting).
What was your students’ reaction to the course?
The students have been extremely positive and focused on completing all sections of the Future Goals program.
Who is your favorite NHL player and why?
Martin Brodeur — He is the greatest goalie of all time and a testament to keeping yourself in shape / healthy.
How else are you involved in your local community? Please share any additional information about yourself.
I coach a 11 / 12 year old baseball team every fall and spring.
Our partners @NHL and @EVERFI along with @NHLPA are providing FREE access to their Future Goals Program, a #STEM curriculum for students!
Visit http://nhl.com/futuregoals for more info! #QualityEducation
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Hockey-themed STEM lessons from @FutureGoalsSTEM are now available for free for both teachers and families!
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