A Call to Action: Oregon Needs YOUR Help Tonight

To the almost 25,000 champions for physical and health education who follow the PHYSEDagogy community, I have a very personal ask of you tonight.  Oregon students need your help in advocating for quality physical education. The state’s largest district, Portland Public Schools, announced a proposed budget on Monday, June 8th that falls on the backs of elementary physical education. Here is the relevant slide from their presentation: This is a 16% reduction of their entire PE staff district wide and all of the cuts would be at the elementary level. Also, you won’t… Read More

#PhysEdSummit Primer: How to Participate on May 9th

#PhysEdSummit 2020 is quickly approaching! With that in mind, the #PhysEdSummit team wants to make sure you are setup for success to participate and learn with this year’s summit.  First, let’s get a quick FAQ out of the way: What is the #PhysEdSummit? It is a FREE online conference for #HealthEd & #PhysEd teachers on May 9 from 8am-2pm EDT. This year’s conference features 37 sessions from 54 presenters who teach in 8 different countries. Why should I RSVP? RSVPing gives you a first look at the full conference program on April… Read More

#PhysEdSummit 2020 Conference Program is LIVE!

The #PhysEdSummit Conference Program is LIVE! We are excited and we hope you are too.  See you on May 9th! To access the conference program, CLICK HERE. To access a PDF version of the program, CLICK HERE. To learn more about the Summit, visit our #PhysEdSummit page by CLICKING HERE.