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Polar 体育解决方案

科技助力体育

Polar 帮助所有学生发挥其真正潜能。Polar 体育解决方案提倡安全、激励和责任,激发学生运动热情。

体育生态系统

Polar 教育解决方案包括 Polar 心率监测仪、活动监测仪和健康评估软件。

全天 24 小时活动追踪

活动追踪以一种简单有趣的方式衡量学生一整天的活动情况。无论是跑、跳、投掷、游泳或是玩耍,一旦学生开始活动,手腕设备便可自动激活。通过趣味活动游戏 Activarium 分析活动图表或追踪活动。

活动监测的好处

  • 全天候测量日常活动和睡眠情况
  • 即时反馈
  • 长期活动水平报告
  • 目标评估
  • 通过 Activarium 进行有趣的活动追踪

实时心率监测

Polar 心率监测仪向学生实时显示其训练对身体产生的效果,还通过即时反馈激励和指导学生努力达成个人目标。心率监测确保所有学生在适宜的强度下训练。

心率监测的好处

  • 提高运动热情
  • 提供准确的实时反馈
  • 个性化教学和训练
  • 根据个人努力程度给出公正的评分
  • 更好地了解身体情况

健康评估

Polar 健康评估功能便于学生和老师轻松地跟踪和评估健康分数。它提供关于健康水平和改进领域的激励性信息。老师可以跟踪和评估学生的健康状况,并指导学生保持健康的生活方式。

健康评估的好处

  • 自定义健康测试模板
  • 多用途报告和总结
  • 与特定年龄和性别的标准相比较

Polar 体育解决方案的好处

学生

通过个人指导保持动力

借助 Polar,学生现在和将来在健康和健身方面可以做出更好的选择。

Polar 提供个人指导,向学生展示他们的努力情况。学生可以轻松地看到自己的进步,从而在课堂内外继续保持动力。

教师

查看结果,给出客观评估

通过工具启发和激励学生,教育学生保持健康生活方式的重要性。

Polar 记录训练和活动数据,为老师和学生提供即时反馈。您可以对班级学生进行客观评估,提供切实证据证明学生的进步。

父母

获取报告,及时了解情况

父母不用等到学期结束时才能知道孩子们的进步和发展情况,而是可以持续获得反馈和访问报告,跟踪孩子的身体活动情况。

Polar 体育解决方案

Polar GoFit

  • 概述
  • Polar GoFit 网络服务
  • GoFit 应用程序

活动追踪

您将需要:

- Polar GoFit 网络服务
- polargofit.com 用户帐户
- Polar Active 活动跟踪器

实时心率监测

您将需要:

- Polar GoFit 应用程序
- polargofit.com 用户帐户
- 装有 Polar GoFit 应用程序的 iPad
- H7 心率传感器

健康评估

您将需要:

- Polar GoFit 应用程序
- polargofit.com 用户帐户
- 预先确定的测试设置

Polargofit.com 是专为学生、老师和管理员提供的 Polar 教育网络服务。

创建课程

创建心率课程或活动期限,根据学生的表现设定目标并对学生进行客观评估。

报告和分析

创建个人和小组报告,跟踪每位学生和整个班级的长期进步情况。保存学生数据,父母和管理员登录后即可分享数据。

通过 Activarium 激活

Activarium 是 polargofit.com 中的一个模块。在 Activarium 中,学生和老师可以进行互动游戏,通过完成每日活动目标共同创建一个水族馆。

Polar GoFit 应用程序可以在体育课上轻松地在线跟踪学生的心率情况。您可以对每节课设定一个特定的目标区,查看您的学生是否完成该目标。您还可以根据学生的即时反馈调整课程结构。

在上课过程中,您可以引导学生保持在正确的目标区内,并查看他们在每个目标区内的累计时间。您可以查看每位学生的个人数据或者整个班级的汇总数据。

寓教于乐

心率监测功能以一种轻松有趣的方式让学生了解保持在不同目标心率区对健康的好处。学生可以收集徽章,相互激励,为活动增添新的乐趣。

比较和分析

下课后,您可以查看汇总数据,并将您正在教授的所有课程进行对比。数据自动保存到 polargofit.com,以便日后进行分析和评估。

您需要什么

您只需要一个安装了 Polar GoFit 应用程序的 iPad、网络连接、polargofit.com 用户帐户,以及给学生分配的 H7 蓝牙智能心率传感器。

配件

体育课必需品

启动和运行 Polar 教育解决方案所需的全部物品。

客户

学生更健康,校园更有趣

美国有 10,000 多所学校都在使用 Polar 体育解决方案。

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Copperfield International School

Rue de la Bérarde 10, Copperfield, 1936 Bagnes, Switzerland

Susanne Copperfield

Testimonial:
My first contact with Polar watches and the application was at university 12 years ago. It is fascinating how the visual representation still motivates students to really stay with it! During all this time, nothing has changed, only the technology has continued to improve. By using the watches, it is also easy to get away from the typical teaching in blocks - we do gymnastics, or we do athletics. For example, the teaching objective for the coming weeks can be to train endurance. So instead of sticking to just one sport, you can change every lesson as long as, for example, the pulse is on average over 120 at the end of the lesson. With a projector, you can even top it all by streaming it live on the gym wall! This gives the students more opportunities to participate and enjoy the lessons. Just great!

Naperville Central High School

440 West Aurora Ave, Naperville, IL 60540

Paul Zientarski

About Paul:
Paul is the department chair for Physical Education, Health, and Driver Education. He's been teaching for 36 years total, and has been teaching with Polar technology for the last 12 years. He's a member of National AAHPERD, Assistant Director PE4LIFE Naperville Academy, and also part of the Illinois High School Coaches Association. In addition to that he is a consultant for X2 Youth Fitness Centers and a part of the Organizing Committee for DuPage County PE Institute.

About Naperville Central High School:
Naperville is part of Naperville Community Unit School District in Naperville, Illinois. In this suburban area the typical P.E. class size is 36 students. Students are in grade levels 9-12. For the last 12 years at Naperville teachers have been using Polar heart rate monitors (HRMs) in class, and have also been using the TriFIT system for the last ten years. Naperville is also a PE4Life Academy.

Core Activities:
Paul uses team sports, teambuilding, individual sports and fitness activities to teach physical education at his school

Using Polar:
The 2005 PEP grant, 2004 Congresswoman Judy Biggart Community grant, and 2000 & 2001 Naperville Education Foundation grants provided the funding for Naperville Central High to use Polar technology. Paul incorporates Polar in his lesson plans at least once a week and sometimes more often than that. Naperville started using Polar when various school officials heard Beth Kirkpatrick speak. At first, Paul ordered 5 E200s and an XL to try teaching with heart rate. After the first year he knew he wanted to have a classroom set to be able to track each student individually. He was able to get parents and the community involved, and they raised enough money to buy another ten HRMs. The school PTA matched the money for another ten and successfully lobbied the Board of Education to match the ten as well. For Paul, the most important reasons to use Polar are, "helping students know the level of effort needed to be fit cardio wise, the longitudinal study of student fitness levels, and discovering problems at an early age stage to set up intervention."

The Buzz:
Paul likes Polar's "ease of use, data collection capabilities, and student accountability."

Administration likes "data collection and student accountability."

Personal Highlight: Paul says, "Based on the TriFIT data, our students are far ahead of the norm for fitness levels when compared nation wide."

Niles North and Niles West High Schools

9800 Lawler Avenue, Skokie, IL

Paul Swanson

About the Teacher:
Paul Swanson is the Director of Physical Welfare at Niles North and Niles West High Schools. Affiliated with AAHPERD, IAHPERD, Illinois Track Coaches Association and ASCD, he brings his 22-years of teaching experience (15 of them using Polar) to the Niles Township High School District 219. He has also been honored as a Blue Ribbon Award Winner for IAHPERD.

About Niles North and Niles West:
Niles North and Niles West High Schools are located in Skokie, Illinois and are part of the Niles Township High School District 219. These suburban high schools, teaching grades 9-12, have an average class size of 40 students. High schools in this district have been utilizing Polar since the early 90s.

Using Polar:
Using E600, E200 and E40 heart rate monitors, teachers incorporate Polar technology into their classes several times a week. In the 2011-2012 school year, Niles North and Niles West are starting a program where every incoming freshman in the class of 2015 will wear a heart rate monitor every day. Teachers utilize the data collection and immediate feedback to fodder conversations with students and parents about fitness levels. As students are seeing their efforts in real time, Niles North and Niles West PE teachers have seen their students put in greater efforts in annual fitness testing, and they seem to show a greater understanding of the importance of health related fitness concepts.

Core Activities:
The Niles Township High School District 219 has created two state-of-the-art cardio laboratories in both high school buildings. Each facility has 44 pieces of cardio equipment and audiovisual equipment, and heart rate technology is used as often as possible.

The Buzz:
The Administration: "The administration likes the data produced the most. They demand that our classes have a fitness component in them regardless of the activity. The watches allow us to produce data that supports our claims that fitness occurs not only in our cardio labs but in other sports and activities as well."

The Students: "Educationally our students are informed about heart rate, target heart rate maximum heart rate and an appropriate target heart rate zone. It also reinforces concepts for FITT for our students in a very visual and tangible manner." We have also utilized the technology to implement a Learning Readiness program for students struggling in reading. Based on the John Ratey research highlighted in the book "Spark," we have placed high energy PE class right before the students reading class. We have seen small sample results that indicate a correlation between exercise and learning.

Illinois State University

100 North University Street Normal, IL 61761

Dale D. Brown

About Dale:
Dale is a Professor of Exercise Physiology at Illinois State University. In Dales' 24 years of teaching, he has taught 10 years using Polar. He is affiliated with various memberships such as the National Strength and Conditioning Association and American College of Sports Medicine. Throughout his career he has received awards such as the Outstanding Teaching Award at Illinois State University and the Central Illinois American Heart Association Heart Saver and Hero Award.

About Illinois State University:
The School of Kinesiology and Recreation is located in the university right outside of Normal, Illinois. Illinois State University offers many undergraduate and graduate PE programs.  The School of Kinesiology and Recreation provides various programs to enable students to choose from a diverse range of careers. These academic options include: athletic training, exercise science, physical education teacher education, recreation management, and therapeutic recreation.

Using Polar:
The University started using Polar technology in conjunction with grant programs accompanying collaboration in area schools.  As the university worked to enhance physical education programs (K-12), Polar technology/products became incorporated into primary, secondary and university classes as well as in our Exercise Physiology laboratory.  As a result, Polar technology has become integrated into teaching, research and service programs at Illinois State University.

Core Activities:
Polar has made an impact on Illinois State University. They have been using various types of Polar systems. These systems including the Polar TriFIT 600 and 700 system, Heart Rate monitors E200's, E600's, FT60's, Team 2 Heart Rate Monitoring System, and handheld PDA devices.

The Buzz:
This technology has enhanced the curriculum at the University by allowing students to experience the application of concepts taught in classes. Through the measurement, recording and summary of their personal data, students better connect concepts to everyday life. Students not only realize ways to better their own wellbeing but also learn how the technology can be utilized in the real world as they progress into professional settings. The summary reports that Polar TriFIT creates allows for the students who have no Exercise Physiology background to understand why the five components of fitness are important, where they currently rank among population specific norms and standards, and it also gives students an idea of WHY it is important to either maintain or improve these numbers.  The reliability, versatility and the applicability of the Polar technology makes the equipment very attractive and useful. 

Millis Middle/High School

Millis-Clicquot, Millis, MA

Scott Kendrick

Title:
Physical Education teacher

Testimonial:
I like how Polar technology allows me to differentiate instruction and personalize the class for each student. I like how it levels the playing field for all students and allows each student to exercise based on their needs. One powerful advantage of using the technology is that it motivates my students, holds them accountable, and provides the platform for students to take personal responsibility for their performance. It also allows me to objectively assess each student based on their personal needs and fitness level, making grading easier and transparent for the students and parents. Polar technology provides me with formative and summative feedback for students and gives them concrete data on their progress and achievement. Lastly, Polar technology also provides me (and the students) a way to analyze their performance and a research based, data driven source of communication to students, parents, and administrators.

Bio:
Scott Kendrick is a Physical Education teacher at Millis Middle/High School in the state of Massachusetts. He has a Master’s Degree from Bridgewater State University, and has been teaching for the past 19 years. Scott has been using Polar technology for the last 15 years, and currently is Polar’s Showcase Teacher for the state of Massachusetts. He has had the honor to present for Apple at their annual Apple Tech Update and has worked internationally as a technology integration consultant for Ed Tech Teacher as part of St. Maarten’s iStep initiative. Scott has also been featured in Commonwealth Magazine with Dr. John Ratey, in the article "Sparking the Brain,” the Metrowest Community Health Care Foundation’s report on childhood obesity, the Boston Globe’s "It’s Weight on Their Minds,” and in the Milford Daily News article “Millis Students Putting Their Hearts Into it.”

East Evergreen Elementary School


Ethan Bailey

Title:
Physical Education teacher

Testimonial:
Before I ordered the Polar watches I had piloted another brand of heart monitors. I purchased four and tried them out to see if they would work for me. I am finding out that Polar is far better. I am finding that the monitors, software, app, functionality, professional development, and support of Polar is far superior. I am very excited about seeing my students' achievement over time! Student watches are working very well in my class and the students are setting goals, working extremely hard, making growth, and loving the personalized data. I am learning so much!

Glenbard North High School


Name:
Gary Heilers

Title:
Department Chair: Physical Education, Health, and Driver Education

Why did you choose Polar over other heart companies?
I have always had great tech support and customer service with Polar. Using technology can be a challenge and knowing there is someone you can call to solve makes it easier and less stressful to incorporate it into our PE program

What do you like most about teaching students using Polar Technology?
At my school we stopped grading on heart rate when using heart monitors and it really helped to change students' attitudes and opinions about them. Instead we use them to teach students about their heart and the circulatory system and how best to train it. I also use them to do alternative cardiovascular assessments for our adapted PE students based on the Brockport Physical Fitness Test (BPFD). Cardiovascular assessments don't have to be maximal efforts. This is the future of cardiovascular assessment in school. Maximal or sub maximal testing of students is dangerous and is not reliable data. I am loving the new fitness assessment addition to Polar’s watches. In 5 minutes, it estimates a vo2 max without students breaking a sweat. I can now see student growth that I know is authentic, because student effort plays no part in the test.

What does your administration like the most?
Using Polar heart rate monitors gives some objective data in an otherwise largely subjective teaching area. They are great to use when teachers are being evaluated.

How do your students like using Polar technology during classes?
Our feeder schools all used Polar heart rate monitors. When I would pull them out for the first-time in a new school year with freshman, they had a less than enthusiastic response to using them. I ended up having some very good conversations in class about how and why we should use them. Once we took out the daily grading of heart rate, student attitudes changed. Students used them as a tool instead of a teacher student effort tracker and everyone stopped stressing when the technology did not work correctly.

How often do you incorporate Polar heart rate monitors into your lesson plans?
We use them once a week (before covid) in all our PE classes. I have 4 classes running each period all day so we share them. We recently purchased the polar Unite watches for our zero hour curriculum during COVID. They were not assigned a time period to meet so they are completely virtual. Because of the success of this class and the use of the Unite watches we will offer an online remote Physical Education class as an option for students next year. I would not have supported online class as an option without the polar heart rate technology. I am excited to teach this class next year and I am really impressed with the new changes Polar has made to help schools teach in a COVID change educational environment.

What is the most important reason to use Polar in physical education?
I use them to help teach lifelong fitness. The reality is that most people already have a heart rate monitor on their wrist but they don't know how to use it to improve their own fitness. We attempt to teach that.

What visible improvements have you seen in your students in your experience using Polar products?
The new Polar Unite watches we purchased will be a huge new addition to our PE program. Polar has made online PE possible with the development of new hardware and software technology.

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