Apple Watch in #PhysEd: Early Impressions

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

Teacher Evaluation reform: Why the #PhysEd profession needs to pay attention

by Adam Howell (@adamphowell)

#PHYSEDagogy welcomes Collin Brooks

It’s my pleasure to introduce to you Mr. Collin Brooks, a new member of the PHYSEDagogy team. Collin teaches elementary Physical Education in Bend, Oregon. He is currently the President Elect of the Oregon Society of Health and Physical Educators and is constantly craving new ways to reflect on and improve his teaching practices and help other professionals do the same. Collin is very interested in creating opportunities for students to be physically active before, during and after school; implementing meaningful technology into the Physical Education classroom; creating new quality activities based upon students interests; and using… Read More