Distracted Learning and Why You Should Put Down Your Phone

“Where does a giver go to get? Where does a filler go to be filled?” — Mac Let that quote sit with you for a minute.  Does it resonate?  Most of you probably don’t know “Mac”, but if you ever have an opportunity to attend a PE Institute in Asheville, you will.  The quote above is one of many “Mac-isms” and one I actually didn’t hear at #PEInstitute16 this year.  However, the other night when I was camping on the Oregon Coast, I heard my friend Joey Feith say it and it was the… Read More

3 ways I am using an Innovator’s Mindset in Phys. Ed and Health

Editors Note: William Bode is a teacher at Performance Learning Center High School in Charlotte, North Carolina.  In 2016, he will be entering his 25th year in teaching and was named the 2015 North Carolina High School Teacher of the Year.  He is the co-creator and an integral member of the #PhysEdSummit team.  As a high school physical education and health teacher, he adds a unique and necessary perspective to the discussions here at PHYSEDagogy as a guest writer for the blog. I like to read during the summer as a way to… Read More

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