A collaborative project by Matt Pomeroy, Naomi Hartl, Collin Brooks, and Jonathan Jones. We are looking to showcase some of the best teaching practices, lesson ideas, and epic events that #physed and #pegeeks across the world are doing at their schools. We will be interviewing teachers and they will be sharing the story about their lesson. They will also share materials so you can implement the idea into your physical education classroom.
The PHYSEDagogy Podcast - Live @ #PHYSedcamp & #DemoSlam
Listen to all the highlights from the first ever physical education edcamp or "#PHYSedcamp" and listen to what all our demo slam participants showcased in the two minutes before they got slammed.
The PHYSEDagogy Podcast - Special Edition - Conference Reviews & Previews
During this episode you will hear Matt Pomeroy, Adam Howell, Naomi Hartl, and Collin Brooks review the #PhysEdSummit 2.0 and #SHAPEseattle 2015. We will also preview what #PhysEdSummit Basecamps (webinar produced by PHYSEDagogy) will look like, explain what is happening at the #PHYSedcamp during the National PE Institute 2015, and give you a taste of what the #PhysEdSummit 3.0 will look like on August 15th & 16th 2015.
The PHYSEdagogy Podcast - #Physed Showcase - Edition #3
Here is the third edition of the #Physed Showcase Podcast. In this episode we will wrap up the #PhysedSummit 2.0. You will hear Adam Metcalf talk about how to create a sustainable system for sport education units. Learn about the Burp It On program and hear them talk about how they are raising awareness for physical activity. Listen to Matt Guth and Jonathan Jones talk about how they have got their students connected through a Pen Pal Program.
The PHYSEDagogy Podcast - Physed Showcase Edition #2
Here is the second edition of the #Physed Showcase Podcast. In this episode you will hear Maria Corte talk about her elite fitness team and an amazing fitness routine. Lynn Hefele and Crystal Gorwitz talk about their virtual road trip. Collin Brooks, Evan Godsiff, and Ryan Wiser discuss how they use Voxer. Joe McCarthy shares details about his Mileage Club. Charlie Rizzuto give us all the info you need to kick off a massive train your teacher fitness project. Each story will give you great ideas for your #Physed teaching.
The PHYSEDagogy Podcast - #Physed Showcase Episode #1
Here is the first edition of the #Physed Showcase Podcast. In this edition you will hear from Justin Schleider talk about #SlowchatPE, Kevin Tiller talk about his website Physed Review, Mike Graham talk about what's happening in his gym, Chris Fenlen MacDonald talk about his phyisical literacy project called "Don't walk in the hallway", and Andy Hair explains how he pulled off a Mini Mudda. Each story will give you great ideas for #Physed teaching.
Physedagogy Podcast: The Welcome Edition
The podcast team from Physedagogy wanted to say Hi to everyone and introduce you to the newest project at Physedagogy, The Physedagogy Podcast: Teacher Spotlight. This edition will get you caught up to speed on everything happening with the upcoming podcasts.
Great view of PE in the trenches
The Physedagogy podcast interviews PE teachers from around the world who share some of the best and most innovative teaching ideas. Hearing from teachers who are seeing success in their programs in a variety of ways is very inspiring and in turn it inspires me to take the messages they have shared and look at how I can make improvements in my program. Each episode features 3-5 guests, each of whom are sharing something that works in their program. Always great takeaways - thank you!
Cutting Edge #Physed Podcast
Some of the newer kids on the block in terms of podcasting this team of innovative #physed educators aim to share good practice and bring the PE community closer together. This podcast is just one of their projects and each member of the Physedagogy team is worth tracking down on Twitter as they encourage all of us PE teachers to push ourselves to become better at our craft. This podcast is a must-listen for all PE teachers who want to become the very best at what they do.
I never cease to be amazed at how innovative PE teachers are. We are on the cutting edge of everything from best practices to current research. We are the thread of our schools holding everything together; some of the few teachers that have the students every year throughout their years at our schools. Yet we seem to be among the first to go when budgets get tight. This podcast is among the most innovative things I have seen in the teaching world period. I'm sure they exist but I haven't heard about any other podcasts that showcase a specific subject area like this. WOW!