The #PhysEdSummit is a FREE online conference put on by Health and PE professionals for Health and PE professionals.
Mission: To provide digital professional learning opportunities for health and physical education professionals by sharing, discussing, and reflecting on best practices.
#PhysEdSummit 2017 | August 26, 2017
Conference Program: Click Here, Using a Mobile Device? Click Here
Survey: Click Here to Fill Out
Certificate of Attendance: Certificate (Print off & fill out)
Badges: Click Here & Retro Badges: Click Here
“How to Participate” Tutorial (Video): Click Here, (PDF): Click Here
RSVP Form: View Here
Who is the #PhysEdSummit team?
The #PhysEdSummit began as an idea during a Voxer chat between William Bode, Matt Pomeroy and Naomi Hartl. Bill had an idea to create an organic, participant-driven, online conference that was similar to an Edcamp. Matt and Naomi connected the conversation with Bill and the rest of the PHYSEDagogy team and the #PhysEdSummit was born.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
If your question is not answered here, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why should I RSVP?
RSVPing gives you exclusive email updates about the #PhysEdSummit, a first-look at the full conference program when it is out, and emails about future PHYSEDagogy events!
How do I participate during the conference?
On August 26, come to this page and click on the conference program link above. Once on the conference program page, find the session you would like to attend and click on the link to access it. This will take you to a Tozzl webpage, specific for the session you chose. On this page you can access the LIVE video, the attendee backchannel, and any resources the presenters have shared.
I cannot make it on August 26 to watch all the sessions live. How do I view them later?
If you cannot make a session at the scheduled time they will be archived in the links on conference program and posted to the PHYSEDagogy YouTube Channel to be viewed at a later date.
What time will the #PhysEdSummit start in my timezone?
All session times listed are in Eastern Time (New York City). Feel free to use one of these time zone converters below when referencing your block of time.
- http://everytimezone.com/ (This is a visual guide!)
- http://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/ (Enter the Eastern Time Zone)
Do I get credit for PD Hours?
We provide a certificate of attendance for the #PhysEdSummit. All you need to do is print off this certificate and fill out the sessions that you participated in live or archived.