#PhysEdSummit 3.0 – Call for Proposals

We are so excited for the #PhysEdSummit 3.0 Global Conference. This is 24 hours of back-to-back, one-hour #PhysEd webcasts. This is not your normal #PhysEd conference! The #PhysEdSummit is a crowd-sourced, virtual conference. Everything about this PD opportunity is FREE, from the sessions offered to the guest speakers facilitating the sessions. This is an opportunity for the online #PhysEd community to come together to create a conference that meets the PD needs of all #pegeeks!

The event will provide the #PhysEd community access to presentations about best practices, teaching strategies, top tips, and innovative resources.

It starts at 0800 (8am Eastern Time New York) on August 15, 2015.

When submitting a proposal, please keep PHYSEDagogy’s mission in mind. PHYSEDagogy serves as an avenue to engage in meaningful, relevant, and visibly public discussion about best practices in the modern physical education classroom.

We want our facilitators to think “outside the box.” Please think about…

  • how you will model best practices during your session,
  • the innovative strategies you can use to model great teaching,
  • how you can engage your audience to “see” what you are presenting, and
  • the resources you can provide the audience.

What can viewers take away from your session and use tomorrow in their classes? Is there a way for your session to be active? Can the audience watch you teach or see your students learn?

If you are interested in facilitating a 50-minute session, please fill out the form below. The closing date for proposals is July 12, 2015.

The #PhysEdSummit Team


Click here to fill out the form


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