Welcome to Fizika! President Martha Harris provides a brief overview.
It doesn't have to be this way.
Integrating physical activity and learning is the focus of a new certificate for Active Learning Specialists.
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"Changing Education with Active Learning" Held Oct. 24, 2013
Fizika Group and Robert Fulton Elementary School in Lancaster, PA team up with support from the General Mills Foundation to expand active learning and healthy nutrition.
Check out other recent news coverage of our new on-line Active Learning Specialist Course. CLICK HERE.
FIZIKA: Active Learning Specialists
FIZIKA GROUP, LLC helps teachers, administrators, parents and students learn how to use movement and nutrition to prepare our brains for learning.
FIZIKA is committed to improving the mind-body-education connection. Our research-based products and services help students and adults achieve physical literacy - through quality health and physical education resources that enable active learning through movement.
Fizika is proud to represent the Michigan Fitness Foundation whose quality nutrition and physical education products have helped thousands of students acquire the skills, knowledge and behaviors to be healthy for a lifetime. Fizika promotes sales of the Foundation's nutrition and physical education curriculum for schools located outside of the State of Michigan.
On November 14, 2013, Fizika Group and Michigan Fitness Foundation sponsored a free webinar on the Future of Physical Education. The one hour webinar featured presentations by Dr. Stephen Jefferies, Central Washington University Health and Physical Education Professor and recipient of NASPE's Joy of Effort award, Dr. Candy (Lee) Kokinakis, Vice President of Special Projects, Michigan Fitness Foundation who is leading the charge to update the Exemplary Physical Education Curriculum (EPEC) and Martha Harris, President and Co-Founder of Fizika Group, LLC. To view the webinar, click here....
Why FIZIKA? Like you, we are deeply concerned by the inactivity epidemic that is producing children who don’t know how to move, how to handle themselves in physically challenging situations - who have never experienced the joy of being physically active.