For the first time, the Physical and Health Education teacher, the coach, and the after school program directions are able to see live biofeedback on a student’s response to different exercise intensities. But, what if the numbers displayed on the visual Big Board are unusual? What if the heart rate numbers appear abnormally high or low? In the curriculum titled “Smart PE: Using Heart Rate Monitors and Step Trackers,” you can know the answer to these questions by using the lesson plan and its companion Student Worksheet linked below.
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