Kembra Mathis and Scott Arceneaux discuss leadership in athletic training as they are both State Presidents
If you teach Sports Medicine in the secondary setting then you likely have been with curriculum support. In a way that is great and allows you to make or create anything you want. But on the same hand you must either create everything or beg borrow and steal it from somewhere else.
Here are a few people I know teach some good lessons in Sports Medicine, so take what you want and use as best you can in your situation.
You can find a lot of interesting things on Twitter. The medical condition known as Rice Krispies Feet is one of the strangest things I have seen so far. Listen as Mrs. Mathis explains.