Bradley Diller, AHS ‘18 and son of Jared and Lisa, is one of eight Cedarville University physical education teacher candidates jumping right into real-world teaching experience while also benefiting the local homeschool community.
One of the physical education courses called “Net Games” allows Multi-Age Health/Physical Education (MAHPE) majors to work with middle school aged students as early as their freshman year.
Net Games is a physical education class that introduces MAHPE students and homeschool students between the ages of 13-15 (grades 7-9) to volleyball, badminton and pickleball.
Homeschool students learn about three sports with four class periods dedicated to learning about each sport.
At the end of the semester, the homeschool students will participate in a fitness evaluation to see how well CU students have helped develop their overall physical fitness levels throughout the semester.