Connecting the Dots: A Guest Blog Series

During our two keynotes at the 2017 National PE and School Sport Institute, we continually touched on the idea of community.  As Collin Brooks stated in One Word, One Community: This profession is a diverse landscape filled with individuals who have strengths that we must embrace.  Physical education is not an individual sport.  By leveraging our collective strengths we can accomplish the unthinkable…the unattainable…we can shift the paradigm. The opportunity to share our voice through blogging is something that has had a great impact on the professional growth of all of us at PHYSEDagogy…. Read More

#PhysEdSummit Health Education Sessions – Retro Badge

Here will be the listing of all health education presentations that have been presented on during a #PhysEdSummit. Please enjoy the learning experience and remember if you watch three different health education sessions, then you will earn a #HeathEd retro badge for the 2017 #PhysEdSummit! #PhysEdSummit 3.0 with Amy Lauren Smith Oh, Puberty–There’s Still Not an App for That Session Description: Online health searches have become the third most popular activity on the web. What does that mean for our students as they’re trying to navigate the often-confusing world of puberty? During this session,… Read More

Apple Watch in #PhysEd: Early Impressions

My Apple Watch arrived a little less than a week ago. I bought it with hopes that it would be a great tool to compliment my use of other technology in my physical education classes. I was also hoping it would help me in my journey toward exactability. So far, it seems to be meeting my expectations. Decreasing management episodes and increasing opportunities for student engagement are just a few ways the Apple Watch is helping me as I attempt to become a better teacher. It’s important to note that most apps for… Read More