Voices of #PhysEd: Let’s Talk About Privilege

I have been trying to refine my understanding of privilege lately. Merriam-Webster’s first definition comes close:  “a right or benefit that is given to some people and not to others.” Google’s first option : “a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group” is also helpful.  The reason is this: when people of color speak of privilege, the first association is with white privilege: advantages which white members of society enjoy as a result of their being white. This in turn implies that people of color in the… Read More

The PHYSEDagogy Podcast – Special Edition – Conferences Reviews & Previews

 Current Episode: The PHYSEDagogy Podcast – Special Edition – Conferences Reviews & Previews During this episode you will hear Matt Pomeroy, Adam Howell, Naomi Hartl, and Collin Brooks review the #PhysEdSummit 2.0 and #SHAPEseattle 2015.  We will also preview what #PhysEdSummit Basecamps (webinar produced by PHYSEDagogy) will look like, explain what is happening at the #PHYSedcamp during the National PE Institute 2015, and give you a taste of what the #PhysEdSummit 3.0 will look like on August 15th & 16th 2015.

The PHYSEDagogy Podcast – #Physed Showcase – Edition #3

 Current Episode: The PHYSEDagogy Podcast – #Physed Showcase Edition #3 Here is the third edition of the #Physed Showcase Podcast.  In this episode we will wrap up the #PhysedSummit 2.0.   You will hear Adam Metcalf talk about how to create a sustainable system for sport education units.  Learn about the Burp It On program and hear them talk about how they are raising awareness for physical activity. Listen to Matt Guth and Jonathan Jones talk about how they have got their students connected through a Pen Pal Program.