Recording / Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programs (CSPAP): Effective Evidence Based Practices and Community Collaborations

Recorded On: 04/16/2020

A comprehensive school physical activity program (CSPAP) is the guiding framework for implementing physical activity opportunities across the school day and school context. The goal of a CSPAP is to provide daily opportunities and support structures for youth to engage in and benefit from a physically active lifestyle. Regular health-enhancing physical activity behaviors among youth can be accomplished across five CSPAP components: a) physical education, b) physical activity during school, c) physical activity before and after school, d) staff involvement, and e) family and community engagement. This comprehensive approach to active school settings has advanced evidence-based practices and opportunities for community collaborations.


Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the CSPAP framework and the many benefits of a comprehensive approach to active schools on youth, schools, and local communities.
  • Explain key strategies for implementing a CSPAP and components of it.
  • Identify effective evidence-based practices across the five CSPAP components, diverse school contexts and unique community settings.
  • Identify approaches to guide CSPAP collaboration within local communities.
  • Identify latest CSPAP resources for advancing evidence-based practice and community collaborations.

Russ Carson, PhD

Research and Health & Wellness Advisor

PlayCore

Russ has over 20 years of experience as a university Professor in kinesiology and public health, applied researcher, and PlayCore scholar and author of PlayOn! Russ is a passionate speaker on topics of comprehensive health and wellness and a committed champion of research translation and application. He is currently PlayCore’s Research Advisor dedicated to helping professionals turn research into practice for community health impact. Russ lives, works, and plays in northern Colorado.

Collin Webster, PhD

Associate Dean for Research and Innovation, Professor of Physical Education

University of South Carolina

Collin Webster earned his Ph.D. in physical education and sport studies from the University of Georgia in 2006 and has held academic appointments at the University of South Carolina (2006- 2012; 2013-present) and the University of Wollongong in Australia (2012-2013). He is currently a professor in the Department of Physical Education at UofSC and has served as Department Chair and as Associate Dean for Research and Innovation for the UofSC College of Education.

With over 100 publications and numerous presentations to national and international audiences, he is a widely recognized scholar in the area of youth physical activity promotion. The core focus of Dr. Webster's research is on comprehensive school physical activity programs, including best practices for program implementation, monitoring, and sustainability.


Dr. Webster was an invited research fellow with the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science at Tokyo Gakugei University in 2011 and with the Priority Research Center in Physical Activity and Nutrition at the University of Newcastle, Australia in 2012. He is also a research fellow with the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America.


Prior to his academic career, Dr. Webster worked as a physical education and health teacher at international schools in the Dominican Republic and Dubai. He is a "Third Culture Kid" who grew up in Pakistan, Singapore, Cyprus, and Taiwan. https://sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/education/faculty-staff/webster_collin.php

Inés Palacios, PhD (Moderator)

Training & Professional Development Manager

PlayCore / CORE

Inés is responsible for promoting the value of recreation for people of all ages and abilities. She provides continuing educational opportunities, professional development, and research that supports recreation and play while generating partnerships and alliances in the field. She joined the PlayCore team in August 2013 after obtaining her PhD in Parks, Recreation and Tourism from NC State University. Before joining PlayCore, she was an instructor at NC State University in the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Department. In addition, she has experience in event planning, program management, research, and national presentations. Inés is based out of Raleigh, NC.

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Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programs Recording
Recorded 04/16/2020
Recorded 04/16/2020 A comprehensive school physical activity program (CSPAP) is the guiding framework for implementing physical activity opportunities across the school day and school context. The goal of a CSPAP is to provide daily opportunities and support structures for youth to engage in and benefit from a physically active lifestyle. Regular health-enhancing physical activity behaviors among youth can be accomplished across five CSPAP components: a) physical education, b) physical activity during school, c) physical activity before and after school, d) staff involvement, and e) family and community engagement. This comprehensive approach to active school settings has advanced evidence-based practices and opportunities for community collaborations.
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