One of my favorite things as a physical educator is having the opportunity to design activities and visual aids for my students use during class. I love to be inventive, and it gives me a sense of ownership and the chance to think deeply about why I am creating the activity or visual aid. During this blog I will discuss three tools that I often use for design purposes and how they can all work together to create the final product.
The PHYSEDagogy Podcast – Live from the National PE Institute 2015 #PHYSedcamp & #DemoSlam Check out all the highlights from the first ever physical education edcamp and listen to what all our demo slam participants showcased in the two minutes before they got slammed and hear their thoughts on being a part of the National PE Institute.
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