The Humboldt State University Behavioral Performance Lab trains teacher education and coaching students to analyze the appropriate approach in physical education. Using special computer software to analyze skill, technique and physical activity, the lab assists in developing best practices for the teaching of physical and athletic fundamentals. The North Coast Concussion Program, which examines concussions resulting from athletic competition, will also be housed in the Behavioral Performance Lab.
Redwood Physical Education-Health Project:
Humboldt State University is host to the Redwood Physical Education-Health Project which offers rigorous high quality professional development experiences for K-12 health and physical education teachers and university faculty in Northern California. As a part of California Physical Education-Health Project, a California Subject Matter Project, we are proud to be involved in a large community focusing on improving teaching practice and student learning. Professional development learning experiences provide teachers with content rich sessions designed to improve knowledge, skills, and confidence to meet the challenges in schools today. More information on the California Subject Matter Project can be found at the following website https://csmp.ucop.edu/home/about or contact Dr. Rock Braithwaite by phone (707) 826-4543 or email (Rock.Braithwaite@humboldt.edu) to answer questions.