#PhysEdSummit 5.0 Call for Proposals

The #PhysEdSummit is back! We’re bringing you the #PhysEdSummit 5.0, a crowd-sourced, virtual conference featuring 24 hours of back-to-back, 50-minute #HealthEd and #PhysEd webcasts. It starts at 0800 (8am Eastern Time New York) on August 27, 2016. This FREE PD event will provide the global #HealthEd and #PhysEd communities access to presentations about best practices, teaching strategies, top tips, and cutting-edge resources. The #PhysEdSummit wouldn’t be possible without our presenters. Our team is encouraging YOU to submit a session proposal. We want our facilitators to think “outside the box” and engage their audience with live, interactive,… Read More

Physical Activity in the Classroom Presentation

Today I had the opportunity to present on physical activity in the classroom to the staff at my school. I want to share my resources with you in case you are planing to present to your collegues in the future. Below you will find my slides. Here is a direct link. Also, here is a Resource eBook you can share with your staff as well. Furthermore, here is an outline of some talking points from my slides. Feel free to make a copy of my Google Slides and modify them any way you… Read More

#Physed Demo Slam at #SHAPEMinneapolis

This year at #SHAPEMinneapolis the PHYSEDagogy crew had the opportunity to do a Demo Slam. During a Demo Slam anyone that desires can share an idea, teaching method, or activity based upon best practices in health and physical education. If the individual is done before the 2 minutes is up he or she says “Slam”. If individual goes 2 minutes, all participants say “slam”. Demo Slams have been going on in technology conferences for a while. The first #Physed Demo Slam took place last year at #SHAPESeattle and was Adam Howell’s idea…. Read More