Updated #PhysEdSummit 4.0 Conference Program!

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February 27th, 10:00am New York Time

Hosted by:

Adam Howell | Jonathan Jones | Naomi Hartl
Matt Pomeroy | Collin Brooks | William Bode | Sarah G-H

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Mission Statement:
To provide digital professional learning opportunities for physical education professionals by sharing, discussing, and reflecting on best practices.

Time Zone Converter(s):

Note: Presentations will be archived and can be viewed on the Tozzl platform (see “Click Here for Presentation” column below) or the PHYSEDagogy YouTube Channel at anytime for your convenience.

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The #PhysEdSummit 4.0 Program At A Glance

Session Title

Presenter(s) Moderator(s)

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10am Eastern (7am Pacific)

FULL ACCESS Physical Education
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Andy Hair
@MrHairPhysEd
Brett Sinnett @commandokiddz
Richard Colman @RichardColman84
Ben Carbonaro @bcarbonaro85
Sarah Gietschier-Hartman @GHSaysRockChalk
Naomi Hartl
@MissHartl
FullAccessPhysed

Large Class Size Hacks
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Adam Metcalf @MrMetcalfPE
Adam Llevo
@MrAdamPE
Ben Landers @thepespecialist
Collin Brooks
@CollinBrooksie
LargeClassHacks

Short Class Period Hacks
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Dr. Aaron Beighle @AaronBeighle
Jennifer Fane
@jjfane
Joe McCarthy @JoeMcCarthy09

William Bode
@bodepe

ShortClassHacks

Part One: An Overview of the TGfU Model–Putting the Why Before the How
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Kelly Ann Parry @kellyannparry Jonathan Jones
@J_JonesPE
P1OverviewofTGfU

11am Eastern (8am Pacific)

Teaching Dance for Understanding (TDfU)
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Melanie Levenberg @MelanieG_pl3y
@TDfU_ed

Naomi Hartl
@MissHartl

TeachingDanceforUnderstanding

Getting Started with Sport Ed
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Ken Forde
@KenForde

William Bode
@bodepe

GettingStartedSportEd
Part Two: Game Modification for Learning Tactical Concepts in Invasion Games
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David Gutiérrez Díaz del Campo
Kelly Ann Parry @kellyannparry

Matt Pomeroy
@Physed_Pomeroy

P2GameModificationforInvasion

Part Three: Game Modification for Learning Tactical Concepts in Net/Wall Games
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Heidi Bohler   @HeidiBohler
Dr. Stephen Harvey @drstephenharvey
Collin Brooks
@CollinBrooksie
P3ModificationNetWallGames

12pm Eastern (9am Pacific)

The Multi-Activity Model
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Dr. Aaron Beighle @AaronBeighle Naomi Hartl
@MissHartl
MultiActivityModel
Integrating Swimming in the PYP: A 6-Week Unit Plan
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Kerstin Bender @MsKerstinPE
Dr. Gilbert Kaburu

Collin Brooks
@CollinBrooksie

SwimmingPYP

Sport Education/TGfU Hybrid Units
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Adam Metcalf @MrMetcalfPE Adam Howell
@adamphowell
SportEDTGFUhybrid
Part Four: Developing Questioning When Teaching Using TGfU
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Dr. Stephen Harvey @drstephenharvey Matt Pomeroy
@Physed_Pomeroy
P4DevelopingQuestioning

The #PhysEdSummit 4.0 Full Program

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FULL ACCESS Physical Education

Time: 10am ET (1000)
Speakers: Brett Sinnett, Andy Hair, Richard Colman, and Ben Carbonaro
Session Description: Physical educators Brett Sinnett and Andy Hair will be joined by Richard Colman, the T53 800m gold medalist at the 2004 Athens and 2012 London Paralympic Games and 2011 World Championships, and Ben Carbonaro, a leading sports journalist, radio host, and Asperger’s advocate, for a round table discussion about adapted physical education. They will discuss strategies to ensure that students with disabilities are included in physical education classes, and will encourage educators to focus on the “ability” of each student rather than the “disability.” Richard and Ben will share their experiences of growing up with a disability and their involvement in sport and physical education. They will share what good teaching looked like to them and what they internalized when faced with exclusion due to activity boundaries that were set. Go back to top.

Large Class Size Hacks

Time: 10am ET (1000)
Speakers: Adam Metcalf, Adam Llevo,  and Ben Landers
Session Description: Physical education teachers Adam Metcalf, Adam Llevo, Ben Landers and Dave Carney discuss large class strategies. Join the conversation, and learn new ideas to make your large class sizes not only have high levels of physical activity but high levels of student learning. Go back to top.

Short Class Period Hacks

Time: 10am ET (1000)
Speakers: Dr. Aaron Beighle, Jennifer Fane, and Joe McCarthy
Session Description: Do you feel as if you are always in a time crunch? Are your classes 20-25 minutes long? Join Lecturer Jennifer Fane, Dr. Aaron Beighle and physical education teacher Joe McCarthy as they discuss strategies to create a high level of student learning in a short amount of time. Go back to top.

 

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Teaching Dance for Understanding (TDfU)

Time: 11am ET (1100)
Speakers: Melanie Levenberg
Intended Audience: Physical Education (Kindergarten-Grade 8)
Session Description: Teaching Dance for Understanding (TDfU) is a new learner-centered pedagogical model for dance education that focuses on simplicity, student engagement and fostering physical literacy. Inspired by Teaching Games for Understanding (Bunker and Thorpe, 1982), the ‘rules’ of dance (choreography and technique) are modified to allow students to experience success with various dance movements, rhythms and fundamental movements skills. Learners explore movements and ideas through various genres of world music in order to gain confidence in expressing themselves using their bodies. An inquiry-based learning model, TDfU allows students to develop interpersonal skills and group cohesion through interACTIVE group formations and co-created dance performances. In this session, discover practical ideas on how to implement and assess dance units that engage students physically, creatively and cognitively! You will learn about the TDfU instructional model, learn tips on how to ‘shake things up’ in your PE Dance unit, access simple songs that develop physical literacy through dance, and see TDfU “in action”. Teachers will have an opportunity to ask specific questions toward the end of the session. Go back to top.

Getting Started with Sport Ed

Time: 11am ET (1100)
Speaker: Ken Forde
Intended Audience: Physical Education (Grades 6-8)
Session Description: In order to challenge my students to develop a range of interpersonal skills, I decided to implement a modified version of the Sport Education model of instruction described by Siedentop, Hastie, and van der Mars (2011). This session will outline the reasons for my decision, the background and context of my teaching, the structure and set-up of the model in my lessons. I will make connections to the IBMYP framework of assessment, as well as provide information on how the units are individually structured. The conclusion will include a brief reflection on my experiences and some goals for further implementation of this model. Go back to top.

The Multi-Activity Model

Time: 12PM ET (1200)
Speaker: Dr. Aaron Beighle
Intended Audience: Future Professionals (PETE), Higher Ed, Physical Education (Kindergarten-Grade 12)
Session Description: Sometimes referred to as the “lazy teacher model” or the “roll out the ball model,” the Multi-Activity (MA) Model is often viewed as one of the weakest curriculum models in physical education. Viewers will leave this session with an entirely different perspective of the MA Model. The purpose of this session is to provide an overview of the model and a discussion of its strengths and weaknesses. Strategies for implementing the MA Model that provide teacher flexibility and allow the integration of other models will be presented, too. Attendees will leave with salient ideas for implementing the MA model…on MONDAY! Go back to top.

Integrating Swimming in the PYP: A 6-Week Unit Plan

Time: 12pm ET (1200)
Speakers: Kerstin Bender and Dr. Gilbert Kaburu
Intended Audience: Early Childhood; Physical Education (Kindergarten-Grade 5)
Session Description: Swimming is becoming a more prominent part of PYP PE in many schools. And although the PYP PSPE Scope and Sequence document is a starting place, there isn’t enough information out there to help teachers infuse the PYP conceptual framework into a skill-based subject like swimming. This presentation will focus on how to implement a written, taught and assessed curriculum for swimming. To do so, we will use a 6-week swimming unit planner for upper primary level, highlight the PYP integration points, and discuss how teaching through concepts and assessing students using inquiry-based approaches can be implemented while teaching swimming. Go back to top.

Sport Education/TGfU Hybrid Units

Time: 12pm ET (1200)
Speaker: Adam Metcalf
Intended Audience: Physical Education (Grades 6-8)
Session Description: Maximize student engagement, tactical understanding, and motivation using Sport Education and TGfU instructional models.  This presentation will give you some practical solutions and resources to create a sustainable system of these two student-centered instructional models for your Physical Education program.  While an “event driven” Sport Ed unit can be exciting and memorable, an overcomplicated unit can result in an enormous amount of planning and management; often leading to teacher burnout and a decrease in student engagement. Adapting TFfU tactics with a simplified Sport Ed framework can help to provide dynamic units that can be repeated without being overcomplicated.  Go back to top.

 

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Part One: An Overview of the TGfU Model–Putting the Why Before the How

Time: 10am ET (1100)
Speaker: Kelly Ann Parry
Intended Audience: Physical Education (Grades 3-12)
Session Description: This session will provide an overview of how the Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) model can be applied to practice with a focus on the four guiding pedagogical principles: Go back to top.

  • Sampling
  • Exaggeration
  • Representation
  • Questioning 

Part Two: Game Modification for Learning Tactical Concepts in Invasion Games

Time: 11am ET (1200)
Speaker: David Gutiérrez Díaz del Campo and Kelly Ann Parry
Intended Audience: Physical Education (Grades 3-12)
Session Description: This session will provide practitioners with ideas on how to develop the four pedagogical principles of TGfU. In particular, the session will focus on how to set up the learning environment and designing games using these pedagogical principles to “get a good game going.” This session will develop ideas from Part One: An Overview of the TGfU Model, and provide a link to Part Four: Developing Questioning When Teaching Using TGfU. Go back to top.

Part Three: Game Modification for Learning Tactical Concepts in Net/Wall Games

Time: 12pm ET (1200)
Speakers: Heidi Bohler and Dr. Stephen Harvey
Intended Audience: Physical Education (Grades 3-12)
Session Description: This session will provide practitioners with ideas on how to develop the four pedagogical principles of TGfU. In particular, the session will focus on how to set up the learning environment and designing games using these pedagogical principles to “get a good game going.” This session will develop ideas from Part One: An Overview of the TGfU Model, and provide a link to Part Four: Developing Questioning When Teaching Using TGfU. Go back to top.

Part Four: Developing Questioning When Teaching Using TGfU

Time: 12pm ET (1200)
Speaker: Dr. Stephen Harvey
Intended Audience: Higher Ed; Physical Education (Grades 3-12)
Session Description: Despite the development of a wide body of literature suggesting the efficacy of TGfU to teaching and learning, a range of challenges face teachers and coaches taking up TGfU. Light (2013) suggests that one of the most significant challenges is the effective use of productive and generative questioning. This presentation will offer insight into how practitioners can operationalize the use of questioning through the provision of theoretically grounded practical examples that will assist practitioners in their implementation of TGfU. Go back to top.

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7 Comments on “Updated #PhysEdSummit 4.0 Conference Program!

  1. Good morning PHYSEDAGOGY team!

    I have registered for today’s PD. Thank you for the good work you do for our profession!

    Will I be able to watch all sessions at a later date? I know some sessions are archived….

    Again, thank you!

    Claudia Brown

    On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 9:17 PM, PHYSEDAGOGY wrote:

    > Naomi Hartl posted: ” February 27th, 10:00am New York Time Hosted by: Adam > Howell | Jonathan Jones | Naomi Hartl Matt Pomeroy | Collin Brooks | > William Bode | Sarah G-H Mission Statement: To provide digital professional > learning opportunities for physical education pr” >

    • Hi Claudia! Yes! All sessions are archived to watch at a later date. You can go back to the conference program to check them out or go to our YouTube channel anytime after the summit.

    • Hi Amy, the survey will be on the #PhysEdSummit 4.0 home page after the event. Thanks for asking!

  2. I was wondering if you would be of some assistance. I am currently preparing for my end of the year review and I realized that I did not receive a survey to get my certificate for participating the PhysEdSummit 4.0. I participated in the following sessions: Large Class Size Hacks, Getting Started with Sport Ed, and the Multi-Activity Model.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Jimmy Schmale jschmale9@gmail.com

  3. Pingback: #PhysEdSummit Dance Sessions – Retro Badges | PHYSEDAGOGY

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