Educational Resources in this website, for teachers who
now teach (or may want to teach) Art-Science or Sport-Science
This page supplements the resources-and-tips you'll find
Sitemap for Whole-Person Education which says, "You want ideas
that will help you in general [these ideas are in the sitemap-page]
and also in a specific area you're teaching," as in this page and
in the analogous resource-pages for other areas.
Our website can be useful if you're a teacher of arts or sports, or if you want to use these activities as real-world applications to motivate students who (temporarily) are less interested in science than in arts or sports.
an I.O.U. — Currently, Color-Science is the only well developed page, although Music (especially Musical Improvisation) and Bicycling also have some content; eventually there will be more content in more areas, and this will happen sooner if you help us!
• Sport-Science: the science of Nutrition, Sports Medicine, Training, and Performance Drugs; Running, Rowing, Bicycling, and Swimming; Game Strategies, Sport Psychology, Sociology of Sports, and more.
Science-and-Religion for Understanding & Personal Faith may be useful for teachers (and their students) in all areas,
and a SITEMAP will help you explore the website for Whole-Person Education (with resources for Effective Education and Science-Theology Interactions, using a Multiple-Views Approach) and other parts of the ASA Website, plus TIPS FOR TEACHERS.
You're an expert in your areas, so...
if you want to help us improve our website — for example, if you've discovered a great web-resource and you tell us about it so we can share it with others — your assistance will be greatly appreciated. How can you help?
A Personal Interest
in Science for Arts & Sports
This website for Whole-Person Education has TWO KINDS OF LINKS:
an ITALICIZED LINK keeps you inside a page, moving you to another part of it,
a NON-ITALICIZED LINK opens another page. Both keep everything inside this window,
so your browser's BACK-button will always take you back to where you were.
are tips-pages (to supplement
plus useful ideas for teachers and students in all
This page, written by Craig Rusbult (editor
of education website), is