Now on video for the first time! Listen and watch as Beth Kirkpatrick shares the design and philosophy that she has developed over a storied career in physical education. Witness the "Ultra Shuffle" first-hand as Kirkpatrick uses this unique system with a class of 56 fourth grade students. The "Ultra Shuffle" is an effective organizational system for upper elementary, middle school, and high school classes designed to provide a non-threatening environment for all sports and games that places an emphasis on individual challenges, interaction, cooperative accomplishments, stress releases, critical thinking, problem-solving, and on the applications of positive living skills. Students are shuffled through this noncompetitive system which rotates participants throughout several game situations, a skill station, referee positions, and provides all participants with the exact same play time and skill time. This game system is inclusive, serving as a management tool for small or large classes in both indoor and outdoor settings and offers a real solution for today's huge class sizes in physical education. Beth Kirkpatrick makes teaching this play system a fun experience for both the instructor and the students. Sit back and watch how Beth solves one of our greatest mysteries in physical education: "How do we level the playing field for all students every day in every activity?"
35 minutes. 2004.
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