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By: Claire Whitby. Bump!. Hike!. Play ball!. Defense!. Pass it!. The Positive and Negative Effects of Middle School Sports on Education. History. 1968: only 50% of middle schools had interscholastic sports. ID: 531250

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Middle School Sports

By: Claire Whitby

Bump!

Hike!

Play ball!

Defense!

Pass it!

The Positive and Negative Effects of Middle School Sports on Education

Slide2

History

1968: only 50% of middle schools had interscholastic sports

1993: only 77%

Only 58% of middle schools had intramurals

Slide3

Stats

Study -> 59.5% white, 43.1% “color” participated in interscholastic sports

53-71% of middle and high school students had participated on at least 1 sports team in the past 12 months

Middle school boys were more likely

41-61% were engaging in the recommended 60 minutes of exercise a day

60% of boys met this goal, 40% girls

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All effects, positive and negative, have an effect on a student’s education.

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Development

Physical

Overuse injuries

Too hard, too fast. (body burn out)

“No pain, no gain.” -> NO!

Emotional

Cuts

Peer ridicule for skill or lack there of

Personal

Combo of everything

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Potential Positive Effects

Higher GPA theory?Increased physical fitness/kinesthetic valueSelf-Esteem boostGain friends/team relationshipsDecrease in risk behaviorsschool connectedness

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Negative Effects

Less homework/study time“Estimated 25-30% of high school football and basketball players graduate being functionally illiterate” (McEwin). Under-developed academic skills, and career-planningHealth risksInjuries“No transportation” embarrassment“Being cut” embarrassmentBeyond their controlComparison to others/feeling inadequate

Slide8

Dakota’s Interview

No effect on social status

No effect on physical fitness

(in middle school)

Was still ridiculed for chubbiness

Self-esteem was lowered

Coach told him he had no talent

Gained a couple friendships

Sports left little time for school work/studying

Grades suffered, never really learned how to study

Sports induced asthma, broken bones, concussions, tendon tearing

No transportation embarrassment

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Here’s Dakota in High School

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And In College…

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Huffman’s Interview

“Normally, the stars in the classroom are

also the stars on the field/court because they can handle the schoolwork and sports time.”

At West Wilkes Middle, they use intramurals as a reward

system.

Offered for 20 min during the school day

Gets taken away if work is not

completed

They have “cut” teams

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Recommendations for Future

More intramurals in schools

No “cut”

teams

Multiple teams

Knowledgeable

coaches

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v

=s6uWPCqNDFs

Adequate funds for both interscholastic and intramural

Safety

first attitude

Participation,

not specialization

Productive parent participation

Encourage academics

Appropriate rule changes

Ball sizes, length of fields, having coaches in the huddle

Make it fun!!

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Make sure to provide resources

For parents and studentsAdvocate for both athletes and non-athletesBE A FAN!Encourage involvement in other clubs/activities for non-sports-playing studentsTeam with parentspotential study times and homework timesrecognize sleep habitstutoring needed?

Classroom

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This We Believe

Leadership and Organization“Leaders are committed to and knowledgeable about this age group, educational research, and best practices.”Culture & Community“inviting, safe, inclusive, and supportive to all.”“Health and wellness supported”

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Works Cited

Couturier, Lynn E.,

Steveda

Chepko

, and Mary Ann Coughlin. "Student Voices-- What Middle and High School Students Have to Say about Physical Education." Physical Educator 62.4 (2005): 170-77

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Fox, Claudia K., MD,

Daheia

Barr-Anderson, PhD, MSPH, Dianne

Neumark-Sztainer

, PhD, MPH, RD, and Melanie Wall, PhD. "Physical Activity and Sports Team Participation: Associations With Academic Outcomes in Middle School and High School Students."

Journal of School Health

80.1 (2010): 31-36. Web.

Harrison, Patricia A., and

Gopalakrishnan

Narayan

. "Differences in Behavior, Psychological Factors, and Environmental Factors Associated with Participation in School Sports and Other Activities in Adolescence."

Journal of School Health

73.3 (2003): 113-19. Web.

Kiefer, Sarah M., and Cheryl R.

Ellerbrock

. "Understanding Middle Grades Students' Perceptions of Their Peer Worlds: Implications for Teaming."

Middle School Journal (2010):

48-53. Web.

Ryska

, Todd A., and Sarah Vestal. "Effects of Sport Motivation on Academic Strategies and Attitudes Among High School Student-Athletes."

North American Journal of Psychology

6.1 (2004): 101-15. Web.

McEwin

, Kenneth C., and Thomas S. Dickinson. "Placing Young Adolescents At Risk in Interscholastic Sports Programs."

Clearing House 69.4 (

n.d

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217-22.

Academic Search Complete.

Web.

McEwin

, C. K., and John

Swaim

. "Trends and Issues in Middle-Level Sports."

Principal (

2009): 51-52. Web.

Strahan

, David B., Mark

L'Esperance

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John Van. "Social, Personal, and Moral Development."

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