The #PhysEdSummit is a FREE online conference put on by health and physical education professionals for health and physical education professionals. This event was held on August 26, 2017
Topics Include: -Taking the Leap to Teach Abroad -Thinking on Our Feet and Creating on the Fly -Occupational Socialization of Physical Educators: Research review and recommendations -HRFK: An Intellectual Path to Physical Literacy -A CSH Approach to Planning a Large Scale Community Event - Getting Students Active with Dance! -Switching from Content to Skills-Based Health Education -Useful Learning with Drones and 360 Cameras in the PE Classroom -You Have the POWER to Make PhysEd GREAT -WHY You Should Have FUNdamental Games in your PE Program -Developing Physical Literacy Through Dance -Best Physical Activity Practice in the Health Classroom -Take Your Tech Outside! -Top Songs to Get Playful with Dance -Gamification: Engaging Strategies to Produce Meaningful Learning Experiences -FMS Assessment Simplified -Plickers Magnets for Maximum Learning Engagement -Social Media and Reflection -Paralympics: Teaching Students That Everyone Can Be Active -Large Group Activities a “PIRATE” Would Love! -Parkour: No Jumping Off Buildings! -Just Talk -The Groove: Engaging the BODY, BRAIN, and BEING to Build Physical Literacy -Experience Breakout EDU -Creating the Foundations of an Effective Classroom -Physical Educators Use of Social Media for Professional Development (Group 1) -Updating Health Curriculum to Meet the Needs of Today’s Teen -Physical Educators Use of Social Media for Professional Development (Group 2) -High Intensity Interval Training – Is it a HIIT for QPE or should we give it a miss? -Inquiry in PE Roundtable: Questioning Tips, Tricks, and Personal Experiences -How Changing One Thing Can Change Everything -Anatomy of Inequality: Understanding the role of physical education in addressing the academic needs of the whole child
The #PhysEdSummit is a FREE online conference put on by health and physical education professionals for health and physical education professionals. This event was held on August 27-28, 2016.
-First Day, Last Day, and a Little in the Middle -Moral Courage: The Time Has Come -Planning a Successful Field Day & Family Fitness Night -Putting the Feed-Back Into Feedback -PE & LTAD: The Perfect Fit -Closing the Gender Gap in Physical Literacy and Activity -Addressing the Activity Gap -HBOs: The Holy Grail of Health Education? -Teaching Games for Understanding: With a Little More Feeling -Assessment: None of the Above -Physical Literacy Mentorship in Schools -Academics and Kinetics Blended in Perfect PE Harmony -Fun, Engaging, and Innovative Strategies in Health Education -Stoking the Fire -Physical Literacy and Global Development in Children -Connecting Assessment to the Four Domains of Physical Education -Engaging Students to Be Active Using Social Media--The #Active365 Experience -Visualisation Techniques to Better Define Learning -Sport Stacking Competitions to Encourage a Growth Mindset -Yoga Tools for Fun PhysEd Classes, A Sport that Everyone Can Excel At -Redefining Week One Activities -Critical Considerations of Physical Literacy Policy -Nourish the Teacher with Evening Self-Care Tools for Deep Sleep and More Energy -PE Podcasts for PD -Using BreakOut EDU in Physical Education -PBL with a Focus on Health and Wellness -Collaborating Your Content -Experiences Teaching PYP PE--Challenges and Benefits -Get Them Moving, Learning, and Loving It! -Student Voice, Participation & Leadership in Schools -StudentFit--How to Incorporate Boot Camp Into Your PE Class -BlabberMouths -Keepin’ It Reel! A Standards-Based Approach to Fishing -Creating Digital Visuals -Moving Mindfully -Learning Different Content to Achieve Target Content and Achieve the Skills Through Mirror Drill Strategies -Orchestrate Your Chaos: Management Strategies to Enhance P.E. Productivity -Wrapping a Real World Purpose Around TGfU -Voice and Choice -Assessment Fixes in PE -Assessment in Game-Centered Approaches -Music Mapping 101--Find Your Way Teaching #Dance in #PhysEd