Mobile PE for Schools & Organizations

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What is Mobile PE for Schools & Organizations?

There has been an increase in demand from schools & organizations with consistent student populations and gym space that would like to add a quality PE Program to their curriculum.  13GEM has created "Mobile PE for Schools & Organizations" to accommodate this need.

13GEM provides the Teachers

All teachers have a minimum of a Bachelors in Health & Physical Education (P-12) that includes successful student teaching.  This ensures that students will be taught by professionals in the field of Physical Education who know how to manage classrooms and deliver instruction to maximize student growth rates.

13GEM provides the Equipment

All equipment necessary to conduct classes for a maximum of 20 students per class period.  13GEM has invested in the highest quality, developmentally appropriate equipment on the market including using traditional equipment in novel ways.

13GEM provides the Curriculum

13GEM's Educational Philosophy is based on three main principles: High Opportunities to Respond (OTRs), High Activity Rates, and High Teacher Interaction Rates.  All students are taught the fundamental skills, concepts, and strategies to a variety of sports and exercise modalities that exceed the Washington Physical Education Standards.

13GEM provides the Grades

13GEM has developed a method of quantifying Physical Education knowledge and skills into a relevant grading system.  On-going Fitness Testing and Sports Skill Assessments will allow schools & organizations to track the progress of their students in PE.

Sports Curriculum

Floor Hockey

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  • Dribbling & Dekes
  • Passing, Receiving, & Shooting
  • Defensive Skills & Assignments
  • Team Strategies & Concepts

Flag Football

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  • Passing & Catching
  • Flag Pulling & Juke Moves
  • Defensive Concepts & Coverages
  • Offensive Strategies & Concepts

Ultimate Frisbee

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  • Passing & Catching
  • Spacing & Movement
  • Defensive Skills & Strategies
  • Offensive Concepts & Strategies

Lacrosse

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  • Passing, Catching, & Shooting
  • Cradling, Scooping, & Juke Moves
  • Defensive Skills & Strategies
  • Offensive Strategies & Concepts
  • Note: non-contact with flag belts

Soccer

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  • Dribbling & Ball Control
  • Passing, Receiving, & Shooting
  • Defensive Skills & Strategies
  • Offensive Strategies & Concepts

Basketball

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  • Dribbling & Ball Handling
  • Passing, Shooting, & Rebounding
  • Defensive Skills & Strategies
  • Offensive Strategies & Concepts

Badminton

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  • Serving
  • Returns & Rally Shots
  • Defensive Strategies of Covering Space
  • Offensive Strategies of Placing Shots

Pickleball

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  • Serving
  • Returns & Rally Shots
  • Defensive Strategies of Covering Space
  • Offensive Strategies of Placing Shots

Volleyball

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  • Serving, Bump, Set, & Spike
  • Blocking & Dig
  • Defensive Strategies & Concepts
  • Offensive Strategies & Concepts

Exercise Curriculum

Muscular Strength & Endurance

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  • Body weight exercises
  • Low weighted resistance movements using dumbells, kettlebells, etc.
  • Principles of Overload, Progression, & Specificity
  • Development of a basic exercise routine for a Lifetime

Cardiorespiratory Efficiency

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  • Running & Jogging Mechanics & Biomechanical Principles 
  • Pacing concepts for different types of running
  • Developmentally appropriate distances and times for goal setting
  • Basic understanding of how the body works to supply the body with oxygen during exercise and how to use exercise to improve one's capacity

Flexibility & Recovery

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  • Principles of Static & Dynamic Stretching
  • Basics of Yoga & Tai Chi
  • Principles of Static Myofascial Release (SMR) before and after exercise
  • Fundamentals of a daily flexibility program for Lifetime implementation

Mobile PE Tuition Rates

How is tuition calculated?

Tuition rates are calculated on a "per student" basis rather than a "per hour" basis.  This allows flexibility for schools of all sizes as schools with less students would pay less tuition than schools with larger populations.  This would not be the case with a "flat hourly rate". 


Following are the 2019-20 Tuition Rates:

  • 30 minute classes: $4 per student per class
  • 45 minute classes: $6 per student per class
  • 60 minute classes: $8 per student per class

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13GEM PE Class Descriptions

Foundational PE

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  • Focus on locomotor skills in predictable environments
  • Manipulative skills learned in predictable environments
  • Basic spatial concepts (i.e. directions, levels) are introduced
  • Comprehending and following simple procedures in games and activities
  • Simple, cooperative social concepts such as "finding a partner" & "being on a team"

How do I know my student is ready for this class?


Children in this class must be able to comprehend verbal directions as well as communicate verbally using proper words and basic grammar.

Developmental PE

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  • Applying locomotor skills in unpredictable environments (tag games)
  • Manipulative skills learned in unpredictable environment  & time pressure
  • Complex movement sequences are learned in an unpredictable environment
  • Spatial concepts are integrated into basic decision-making algorithms
  • Off-ball responsibilities & defensive pressure are introduced
  • Comprehending & following complex procedures & rules in a variety of activities
  • Complex social concepts such as "working as a team" and "spreading the ball around" are introduced

How do I know my student is ready for this class?


Children in this class must be excited about playing flag tag games without fear or hesitation.  If flag tag games are overwhelming then Foundational PE is the best option.

Generalized PE

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  • Locomotor & manipulative skills are integrated into complex movements used in a variety of games
  • Complex movement sequences are integrated with situational awareness & decision-making algorithms in a variety of games
  • Offensive & defensive strategies endemic to specific sports are introduced
  • Comprehending & following the rules & procedures for specific sports
  • Positions & responsibilities of specific sports are introduced
  • In-game communication is emphasized
  • Sportsmanlike conduct & healthy competition are taught & reinforced

How do I know my student is ready for this class?


Children in this class must be excited about playing games with healthy competition and be willing to persevere through the challenge of another student applying defensive pressure.

***Note about Class Descriptions***

The grade ranges for students are meant to be a guideline, so in the beginning as we start-up, students that are slightly younger or older can join a smaller first class then as numbers grow and developmental needs become apparent we can split a bigger group with a wide grade range into two classes with smaller grade ranges. 


Afterwards the grade ranges are still meant as a guideline, so students who feel more comfortable by enrolling  in a class that is outside of their grade range may request so and is permissible pending approval.