Global PhysEd Voxcast interviews keynote speakers at #PEInstitute16
I am very pleased and excited to announce the new partnership between PHYSEDagogy and the Global PhysEd Voxcast.
The Global PhysEd Voxcast is a podcast that is dedicated to providing health and physical education teachers around the world a platform to learn and share best practices. We use the Voxer application to showcase some of the top educators in our field and attempt to analyze their success. The Global PhysEd Voxcast has included topics such as standards-based instruction, neuroscience, mindfulness, and social justice. We attempt to bring you topical issues that will improve your teaching and ultimately help our students live happy, healthy and active lives.
Every week we will bring you a new episode featuring great educators discussing topical issues in the field of health, physical education and more. Click on the links below to checkout our latest episodes featuring the keynote speakers of this years Physical Education and School Sport Institute.
Published: June 27, 2016
Sarah Gietschier-Hartman (Missouri) – (ghphysed.weebly.com) Sarah Gietschier-Hartman graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education, and received a Master of Science in Health, Physical Education and Recreation from Emporia State University. She is an advocate for planned, progressive learning in #PhysEd, and her interests lie in standards-based instruction, formative assessment, physical literacy, and outcomes-based learning. Sarah is a middle school physical educator in St. Louis, Missouri, where she lives with her husband and two sons.
Published: July 10, 2016
Dr. Martha James-Hassan (Maryland) – Dr. Martha James-Hassan is the nation’s leading researcher, teacher, and leader in the field of Academic Language use in physical education and health. With over 20 years of experience in urban education as a teacher and administrator, Martha maintains a very busy schedule presenting and consulting across the United States. Dr. James-Hassan is on the faculty at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Published: July 18, 2016
Jo Bailey (Wisconsin) – Jo Bailey has been recognized as one of the leading physical education technophiles. This high school physical educator has taught in England, Hong Kong, and most recently at Everest Senior High in Wisconsin. As a technology maven, Jo is the consumate early-adopter of PE gadgets large and small. (www.lovephyed.blogspot.com)
Published: July 05, 2016
Naomi Hartl has a passion for physical education and all things tech infused. She graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Bachelor of Education. She taught for four years in Saskatchewan, Canada and has relocated to Oregon, USA. In her pursuit to push the profession forward and to advocate for quality physical education, she started a new career as the PE Development & Technology Specialist for SPARK Programs in January 2015. She currently serves as the Secretary for the Oregon Society of Health and Physical Educators, and is a co-collaborator on PHYSEDagogy.com. Naomi leads the Innovation Team with SPARK Development Director Jeff Mushkin. Follow Naomi on Twitter at @MissHartl
Artie Kamiya was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Overweight as an elementary school child, he was often subjected to many of the negative aspects of traditional physical education (i.e., being selected last for teams, not doing well in relays, etc.). However, he was fortunate to have been encouraged through a strong junior high physical education program and slowly became interested in the sport of gymnastics. He competed in high school, collegiate level (Los Angeles City College, Cal State LA), and at the 1972 National NCAA Gymnastics Championships on the rings. Upon receiving a Masters of Art in Teaching (MAT) degree from the University of North Carolina, he worked as an elementary physical education teacher for Wake County Public Schools (Raleigh, NC). While in this position, he was able to become involved in curriculum writing, presenting, and other leadership activities. In 1983, he was hired by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction as a Physical Education Consultant. In 1996, he was promoted to the Section Chief for Arts and Healthful Living. In this position, he directed a cadre of 11 professionals representing the Arts (Music, Dance, Visual Arts, Theatre Arts) and Healthful Living (Health, Physical Education, Athletics, Driver Education). From 2001-2005, he was the Senior Administrator for K-12 Healthful Living Education for Wake County Schools. He was recognized in 2004 as the National Physical Education Administrator of the Year. Kamiya has been called one of the “nation’s leading experts for K-12 health and physical education.” He is the President & Founder of the Great Activities Publishing Company, a company known for their innovative K-12 PE publications, services, and workshops. His work has appeared on numerous ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox TV affiliates, as well as on National Public Radio and in USA Today. He retired from public service in 2005, but continued to follow his passion as a health and physical education advocate through his work within the Great Activities Publishing Company. He was recognized by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education as the 2007 “Joy of Effort” Award winner. He and his family live in Durham, North Carolina.