HLED 397/597 Sec 79 or PED 397/597 Sec 79


​Best Practices in Physical Education and Health

Participants will develop skills to enhance their ability to excite young people about their physical and nutritional health. They will learn to incorporate teaching strategies to improve instructional practice in their field of physical and health education. And participants will incorporate cutting-edge techniques on ways to connect physical activity and healthy nutrition into their daily lives. For general information and to register for the workshop, visit the link below or call 800-898-9472.

Best Practices Conference Registration

You must register for the workshop before registering for the credit. Credit registration and fees AND workshop registration and fees are SEPARATE.
UWSP CREDIT: One or two graduate/undergraduate credits are offered through UWSP School of Physical Education & Athletic Training (PEAT). Workshop attendance is required for credit. Registration for optional credit will take place the first morning of the workshop. Please use the UWSP Course Registration form or pick one up at morning check in. 

For information on hotels, lodging and dining in the Stevens Point area, please visit the Convention and Visitors Bureau at http://www.spacvb.com/.

 Textbook Information

​There is no textbook for this course.

 Tuition and Fees


WI Undergraduate
1 credit: $299.53
2 credits: $569.06

WI Graduate
1 credit: $461.57
2 credits: $893.14

Please Note: Tuition is in addition to conference registration fees and lodging.
Tuition reflects Wisconsin resident off-campus rate plus a $30 distance education administration fee.
Wisconsin Resident Estimated Tuition (subject to change)




​With questions regarding the credit component of the workshop, contact:
Cathy Scheder
Outreach Program Manager



HLED 397 (Undergrad)
HLED 597 (Graduate)
PED 397 (Undergrad)
PED 597 (Graduate


HLED 397/597 s79 and
PED 397/597 s79
run concurrently

July 22 - October 11
Mandatory attendance required at the Best Practices Conference on the UWSP campus July 22-24, 2014



Scott Frazier
HEC 138

About the instructor