PlayCore Scholar Series
with the Physical Activity Research Center
The Physical Activity Research Center (PARC) is a collaboration of four leading universities building the evidence base for policy changes and practices that will help make physical activity part of everyday life for all children. PARC focuses on strategies that can help children in lower-income communities, often part of African American, Latino, Native American, Asian American and Pacific Islander ethnicity groups, who typically have fewer opportunities to be active. Watch the video to learn more: https://youtu.be/BjGqmsqB2bk
PlayCore is proud to partner with PARC to translate and disseminate research through a broader collective of scholar contributions, including webinars, articles, and blog posts, to promote play and recreation initiatives.
The PlayCore Scholar Series Sessions are eligible for .1 IACET CEU upon completing the survey that will be emailed to you by requesting it at the form at the end of the video.
2020 Webinar Series - On-Demand!
Parks as Equitable Resources for Youth Physical Activity, Especially NowWatch On-Demand
Youth Advocacy for Better and Equitable Physical Activity EnvironmentsWatch On-Demand
Bringing Play Opportunities to ALL Kids Through Play StreetsWatch On-Demand
Read the Research
Are Parks S.A.F.E.?
authored by Aaron Hipp, PhD & Myron Floyd PhDRead the Article
Summertime Physical Activity Among Diverse Adolescents: What About COVID-19
Authored by Jim Sallis, PhDRead the Article
Increasing Play Opportunities for ALL Kids through Space Activation
Authored by Keshia M. Pollack Porter, PhD & M. Renée Umstattd Meyer, PhDRead the Article