Why is the #PhysEdSummit 2016 logo pink + T-shirt fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness.

As many of you have already noticed, the #PhysEdSummit 2016 logo is pink this year.  The question is, why? Team #PhysEd is a close community that not only cares about kids, but cares for their own. This year, the #PhysEdSummit Team would like to bring breast cancer awareness to the attention of the global #HealthEd and #PhysEd community. Please help us in supporting Kathleen Bode, fellow physical educator and wife of William Bode (and #PhysEdSummit team member), as she battles breast cancer.

PHYSEDagogy welcomes Jorge Rodriguez

With a week before the 2016 National Physical Education and School Sport Institute and a little over a month before our own #PhysEdSummit 2016, we’ve been taking some time reflecting on the mission of what we do here at PHYSEDagogy.  One of the key values that we have held from the beginning has been: We want to continue to grow–and grow with people who: have a passion for what they do, care about advancing the physical education profession, have diverse perspectives and life experiences to be able to comment authentically on a wider range… Read More

#PhysEdSummit Badges For Professional Development

Introducing Badges For The 2016 #PhysEdSummit The #PhysEdSummit Team is excited to introduce badges to the 2016 #PhysEdSummit.  This is an exciting new adventure for this year.  It would not be possible without the help of Alice Keeler.  She wrote a blog post that gave us a easy to use system for distributing the badges.  Read her blog post about how to gamify your PD to learn more.   Also a special thanks goes out to Collin Brooks for creating all the badges that the #PhysEdSummit team helped brainstorm.  Collin really did some impressive work on… Read More