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Mesa State College

Perceptual and Motor Skills

Spring 2004

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Dr. Steven R. Murray
Brian Udermann
John M. Mayer
Kenneth Sagendorf
 
Summary: Sport stacking has been adopted recently by many physical education programs to enhance rudimentary motor skills such as hand-eye coordination and ambidexterity as well as quickness and concentration; however, no empirical evidence has been published to support these claims.

Texas Tech University

Sport Studies Center

 


Dr. Melanie Hart
Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences
 
In a recent study, Dr. Melanie Hart empirically examined the electrical activity of the two hemispheres of the brain, as measured by an electroencephalogram (EEG), while Sport Stacking.

Barry University

Miami Shores, FL


Chris K. Rhea
Kathy Ludwig
Monique Mokha
 
Changes in Upper Limb Coordination and Kinematics following a Five Week Instructional Unit in Cup Stacking

Mesa State College

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

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Steven R. Murray
Brian E. Udermann
David M. Reineke
Rebecca A. Battista
 
Sport stacking is an activity taught in many physical education programs. The activity, although very popular, has been studied minimally, and the energy expenditure for sport stacking is unknown. Therefore, the purposes of this study were to determine the energy expenditure of sport stacking in elementary school children and to compare that value to the energy expenditures of other activities often included in physical education curricula.

Kentucky Post

May 12, 2003

 

Peggy Kreimer
 
Michelle Hancock doesn't need to read brain research books. She reads her children. One got in on the start of an experimental brain-building program in Owensboro, Ky., and one only experienced part of it.

York, Catholic HS

York, Pennsylvania

 

Peter Allen
 
Pete's project was titled, "Video Games: Friend or Foe?", and used four separate tests to determine the subjects' eye-hand coordination and attention/perception skills. It asked the question, "Did gamers have faster reaction times and therefore, do video games have the ability to help people?"

Gray Matters®

Brand Educational Cards


Kim Bevill
 
Gray Matters' brain-based learning - "Bringing the brain and education together", incorportates sport stacking in its Activities Cards deck. Speed Stacks are valued for its promotion of eye-hand coordination, ambidexterity, quickness, and concentration.

No Gym? No Problem!

Charmain Sutherland
 
For any physical education instructor whose lesson plans were thwarted by bad weather, lack of facilities or a scheduling conflict, there's a new book that capitalizes on limited-space activities. Just released No Gym? No Problem! includes nearly 100 "pilot-tested and engaging games and activities."

The National Association for Sport and Physical Education

 
 
The National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) describes the physically educated person as one who is "fit, is physically active, is skilled, knows the benefits of physical activity, and values physical activity."