The #PhysEd Show is a physical education podcast. Listeners can expect to be inspired by innovative ideas and resources for their teaching, amazing guest interviews, and other fun segments that have been designed to light a fire in every physical educator's belly! Hosted by Joey Feith, founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com.
My 2020 Tech Stack
I oftentimes have to resist the urge to spend time talking about tech. I could waste hours and hours on sites like Product Hunt and YourStack where professionals share insights into the apps they include in their workflows (their tech "stacks").
That being said, it's January and I was looking for a fun way to shake the last remaining holiday vibes and get my mind back into content creation mode. I decided now would be a fine time to sit down and share the apps, tools, gadgets, and gizmos that I made the most use of in 2020.
Be sure to check out the blog post I typed up to complement this episode of The #PhysEd Show Podcast in which I share links to everything I mentioned!
Show Notes: https://thephysicaleducator.com/2021/01/08/2020-apps-tools-i-use-the-most/
Rescuing Recess: Helping Recess Thrive In A Global Pandemic
In this episode of The #PhysEd Show Podcast, I'll be sharing the strategy that we developed to help ensure that our students had access to engaging, fun, and safe recess experiences as they returned to school this fall in the middle of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
By the end of this episode, you will be able to:
Understand why recess needs to be a part of the school day at your school.
Know what the experts are saying in regards to COVID-19 recommendations for recess.
Be able to list a few key strategies/considerations for implementing safe, meaningful, and fun recess at your school in this COVID-19 reality.
This episode is completed by a show notes blog post in which you will be able to find additional information, resources, links, and graphics that will help you better understand and review some of the ideas that I share here. You can find the blog post here.
My Standards-Based Striking & Fielding Games Unit!
Learn more about the standards-based striking and fielding games unit that I designed for my grade 6 students in this episode of The #PhysEd Show Podcast!
This episode will walk you through - step-by-step - the process I use to design standards-based units for my physical education program. In it, you will learn:
The SHAPE America grade-level outcomes that I built this unit around.
How I determined the evidence of learning I would seek out throughout the unit.
The assessment tools I created/used to capture that evidence.
The learning activities I built to help students develop the skills, knowledge, and understandings outlined in the grade-level outcomes.
This podcast was recorded to complement the MASSIVE Teacher Pack blog post that I wrote for this unit. Be sure to check that post out to learn more!
⚾️The Striking & Fielding Games Teacher Pack (Blog Post)
📑The Striking & Fielding Games Teacher Pack (Resources)
🎓#PhysEdU Standards-Based Instructional Design Course (Use code "LEARNWITHJOEY" at checkout - valid until December 31, 2020)
🗺Designing Learning Roadmaps | The #PhysEd Show Vlog (subscribe to my channel on Youtube!)
💯Meaningful Grades In Physical Education (Blog Post)
🗂Student Portfolios in Physical Education (Blog Post)
📱Numbers Gradebooks (Blog Post)
The Dragon Run: Organizing A Virtual Community Running Event
Learn more about how I organized a virtual running event for my school's community during the spring lockdown of 2020.
👀 Show Notes: https://thephysicaleducator.com/2020/11/17/planning-a-virtual-running-event/
The purpose of this episiode is to provide you with an overview of how to plan, organize, and run a virtual running event that can help strengthen your school's community should your school move to distance learning in the future. Here are the learning targets I built the episode around:
I understand the value of maintaining/strengthening connections within my school’s community in a distance learning setting.
I know what to take into consideration as I plan a virtual running event for my school’s community.
I can create an action plan that will help me successfully host a virtual running event at my school.
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Jigsaw Learning in Physical Education
Learn more about how you can use the jigsaw method - a cooperative learning strategy - to help your students feel more engaged, active, and valued in your lessons!
The SAMR Model
Learn more about you can gradually and purposefully integrate technology into your teaching in this episode of The #PhysEd Show!