#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

#PhysEdSummit Badges For Professional Development

Introducing Badges For The 2016 #PhysEdSummit The #PhysEdSummit Team is excited to introduce badges to the 2016 #PhysEdSummit.  This is an exciting new adventure for this year.  It would not be possible without the help of Alice Keeler.  She wrote a blog post that gave us a easy to use system for distributing the badges.  Read her blog post about how to gamify your PD to learn more.   Also a special thanks goes out to Collin Brooks for creating all the badges that the #PhysEdSummit team helped brainstorm.  Collin really did some impressive work on… Read More

Google Forms + autoCrat = Educational Gold

 In the past few years I have been searching for ways to incorporate technology, assess more, and provide more personalized feedback for my students.  It has been quite the process, but it has helped advance my teaching in many ways.  Google Forms have allowed me to assess more.  If you are unfamiliar with Google Forms, then read two of my other blog posts about them 10 steps to creating Google Forms, and 14 Ways to use Google Forms for Health and Physical Education. Google Forms + autocrat has given me the opportunity… Read More