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We discuss research, theory and current issues in the fields of health and physical education in an easy to understand way. Our aim is to make research accessible to educators and university students from all over the globe. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/PwRHPE/support

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We discuss research, theory and current issues in the fields of health and physical education in an easy to understand way. Our aim is to make research accessible to educators and university students from all over the globe. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/PwRHPE/support

    132: Article Club 10 Gendered-biased language in PE

    132: Article Club 10 Gendered-biased language in PE

    Our tenth article club discusses gender based communication in PE. The paper (below) was a very well written paper and brought on some important discussion points!

    Valley, J. A., & Graber, K. C. (2017). Gender-biased communication in physical education. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 36(4), 498-509.

    To link to this article: https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/jtpe/36/4/article-p498.xml

    You can engage in discussion via #HPEresearch on twitter.

    The voices you hear are:

    Tori Shiver @vnshiver

    Erin Centeio @ecenteio

    K. Andrew. R. Richards @KARRichards14




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    131: Pedagogy Seminar Restorative Practices in HPE

    131: Pedagogy Seminar Restorative Practices in HPE

    Dr. Michael Hemphill from UNC-Greensboro joins Ben Dyson for a great discussion on restorative practices in this issue of the Pedagogy Seminar. 


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    130: Policy and YOU matter PETE Collaborative November

    130: Policy and YOU matter PETE Collaborative November

    The PETE collaborative is a group of teacher educators in PE who meet the second Thursday of each month via zoom to discuss relevant issues in the field. 

    This is the audio from the Nov 2020 meeting and panelists include Ann MacPhail and Hans van der Mars. 




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    129:The utilization of FITNESSGRAM in PETE programs

    129:The utilization of FITNESSGRAM in PETE programs

    This paper discusses the use of FITNESSGRAM in PETE programs to assess pre-service teachers. 

    Full Cite:
    Tara B. Blackshear (2020): The Use of FITNESSGRAM® in PETE: Is It Appropriate? International Journal of Kinesiology in Higher Education, DOI: 10.1080/24711616.2020.1806156

    Tara: Twitter @TaraBlackshear

    The paper Tara talked about at the end:

    Blackshear, T. B. (2020). Short and sweet: HIIT training in PE. Strategies: A Journal for Sport and Physical Educators, 33(2), 3-12. doi10.1080/08924562.2019.1705218


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    128: Teacher agency in enacting physical education in a period of curriculum change and reform

    128: Teacher agency in enacting physical education in a period of curriculum change and reform

    In a period of curriculum change and reform in physical education, this research highlights the processes of an Irish teacher in achieving agency in PE classes. Join Dylan to discuss this figurational viewpoint of teacher agency through the development of a new school subject in Ireland.

    You can find the full cite here:

    Scanlon, D., Calderón, A., & MacPhail, A. (2020). Teacher agency in enacting physical education in a period of curriculum change and reform in Ireland. The Curriculum Journal. DOI: 10.1002/curj.80

    Social media here:

    @Dylan_Scanlon1 / https://pess.blog/tag/dylan-scanlon/

    @acalderon_pe / https://pess.blog/tag/antonio-calderon/

    @AnnMacPhail1 / https://pess.blog/tag/ann-macphail/


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    127: AIESEP Coffee w/Colleagues: Design Thinking w/Dr. Fiona Chambers

    127: AIESEP Coffee w/Colleagues: Design Thinking w/Dr. Fiona Chambers

    This is the recording from the October Coffee with Colleagues It provides a space where members can critically engage with ‘hot’ topics that are linked to the core mission of AIESEP. It is a monthly engagement, a one-hour on-line session on the last Friday of each month. The timing of the session changes to ensure that we have global engagement in #AIESEPConnect sessions.

    This session focuses on Design Thinking and is led by Dr. Fiona Chambers (@DrFiChambers)


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MoveMore99 ,

Great podcast for reflective teaching

A fantastic evidence-based podcast that wrestles with current issues and brings new research to light.

@mrmasonhpe ,

Thank You!

Just wanted to thank you for your contribution to the field. As an active health and PE teacher, I have always struggled to keep up with the new research within our discipline. This podcast has changed that. I am so incredibly grateful for it and am actively unpacking each episode to use it in my classroom. Thank you 10x over!!

- @mrmasonhpe

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Innovative!

An innovative approach to getting important work out of the “ivory tower” and into the mainstream. I love these for undergraduate and graduate students because they are easily consumable. Fantastic contribution! Bravo!

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