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The Global PhysEd Voxcast is a podcast that is dedicated to providing health and physical education teachers around the world a platform to learn and share best practices. We use the Voxer application to showcase some of the top educators in our field and attempt to analyze their success. The Global PhysEd Voxcast has included topics such as standards-based instruction, neuroscience, mindfulness, and social justice. We attempt to bring you topical issues that will improve your teaching and u ...
 
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.
 
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This episode is something a little different. Rather than interviewing a leader in the PhysEd world, Nathan shares his knowledge on Teaching Games for Understanding. This is the first in our PhysEdcast Learn series where we will break down topics and provide listeners with some professional learning on the go. In this episode, Nathan will cover Wha…
 
Mikael Quennerstedt is Professor in Physical Education and Health at Örebro University, Sweden. Quennerstedt has worked as physical education teacher in Swedish compulsory school, and as a physical education teacher educator at Örebro University since 1994. His work focuses on teaching and learning in physical education from a Swedish didaktik rese…
 
Megan Hale is a blind college student-athlete who breaks down barriers and leaps over hurdles. Born with Leabers Congenital Amaurosis, a rare eye condition that affects the retina. She does not let that get in the way of her love for sports. Finding a Camp in Saratoga, New York called Camp Abilities, Megan found her calling and never looked back. S…
 
In this episode, Julie Pearson and I talk about her growing up as an international student, her new passion for PE, and the potential of a quality physical education program where we "care with" our students. Follow Julie on Twitter: @Jools_CP Help support the show by checking out our Patreon page. Patreon.com/GlobalPhysEd…
 
In this episode, Greg Dryer, Andy Vasily, and I (Jorge Rodriguez) talk about the new MiMoves app, assessment in PE, and how we can create opportunities for more meaningful experiences for our students. For more information about MiMoves, check out the website, MiMoveApp.com Help support Global PhysEd Patreon.com/GlobalPhysEd…
 
Our guest's Twitter bio reads: "Ph.D. in pleasure. Yes, you read that correctly. Board Director Physical Education New Zealand. Lecturer. Volunteer. Educator. Doing some cool projects. Cheeky." Dr. Susie Stevens is all of these things and more. This episode was one of the most fun I have ever recorded. Alongside the laughs come some pretty deep and…
 
In this episode, Andy Vasily and I have a conversation about Meaningful PE. This is the first episode in a series of ongoing conversations we will be having throughout the year about the Meaningful PE framework and how we can best implement it in our PE setting. Meaningful PE Website: https://meaningfulpe.wordpress.com/ Help support the show: patre…
 
Ben Lancour is a physical education teacher and author of Henry and the Gym Monster. More than just a fun story, Henry and the Gym Monster is a wonderful way to start meaningful conversations with kids about self-control and making thoughtful choices in gym class and in life. Help support the Kickstarter campaign from April 15 to May 15. HenryAndTh…
 
What is the best way to teach health in schools? This complex issue is one that the physical and health education community has been struggling to find an answer to for some time. It is my hope that this podcast will provide you opportunity for thought, as we explore the role of health in physical education. And consider whether physical education …
 
I this episode, I talked to Nate Babcock. Nate and I discuss How he became an educator, The idea of democratic physical education, his philosophy of "play everywhere" and we even have a nice discussion about dodgeball. @coachnateb https://emanciplaytion.wordpress.com/ https://medium.com/@coachnateb Help support the show: patreon.com/globalphysed…
 
Greg is a distinguished physical educator. Throughout his career his driving passion has been to ensure that all young people have the opportunity to reap the multiple benefits of physical activity. He has extensive experience in the field, working with 3 year olds through to postgraduates. He led the PE departments of three, large London secondary…
 
Paradise U is a program that provides free physical activity classes for Camp Fire survivors and quality physical education lessons for students at Paradise Ridge Elementary School. The main objective is to help people of all ages and abilities affected by the Camp Fire find a way to use physical activity as a tool to help them cope with the relate…
 
Dillon Landi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology within the College of Health Professions at Towson University. His research and teaching are focused on health, physical activity, and education. In addition, his work encompasses social theory, research methods, equity and diversity, and gender/ sexuality.…
 
Andy Milne is a health and physical education teacher from Chicago. He has been a keynote speaker around the US, performed on the TEDx stage, and was named the national heath teacher of the year in 2017. Check him out at https://lnk.bio/den4 to find out more about his work. If you would like to help support the show please check out Patreon.com/Glo…
 
Andrew Jordan Nance has been an educator for over 25 years. He is the founder of Mindful Arts San Francisco, whose mission is to provide volunteer mindful educators to teach at underserved San Francisco Schools. Nance is also an award- winning actor and director. For almost thirty years he taught performing arts to students from diverse backgrounds…
 
In this Conversation from the Kingdom, Andy Vasily and I talk about the importance of feedback. We discuss how we can leverage social media to help create critical feedback communities, how to be more open when receiving feedback and personal instances when we were on the receiving end of difficult feedback. Help support the show: Patreon.com/Globa…
 
Meaningful Conversation with Dr. Déirdre Ní Chróinín In this episode, Dr. Déirdre Ní Chróinín and i talk about how she started in education, her journey into Meaningful PE, and much more. Check out the Meaningful PE website: https://meaningfulpe.wordpress.com/ Help support the show: https://www.patreon.com/globalphysed…
 
A deep dive into what makes "The PE Geek" tick and his vision for the future of physical education. Jarrod and I discuss his philosophy of technology in PE as well as the positives and negatives to come out of COVID-19. Jarrod is a Physical Education teacher from country Victoria Australia, with a passion and enthusiasm for the role emerging techno…
 
In this podcast, Andy Vasily, Zack Smith, Tim Fletcher, Déirdre Ní Chróinín and I talk about the foundations of Meaningful PE. We discuss how the idea started, some of the inspirations behind movement and some pedagogical strategies that align well to help students find meaningful learning experiences in PE. https://meaningfulpe.wordpress.com/…
 
In this episode of the PhysEd Talking Heads, we talk to Jace Ferguson (Macau), Daniel Inman (Germany), and Alison Leathwood (Vietnam) about reopening their gyms after the Covid-19 shutdown. We discuss their individual circumstances and share ideas about what has work for them. As an added bonus to the show, check out Alison's social distancing danc…
 
In this podcast, I talk to Melanie Lynch and some of the lessons she has learned in her teaching journey. We talk about how she got her start in roller derby, how she became an OPEN National Trainer, and her transition in PE after winning Nation Health Teacher of the Year. Check out the Global PhysEd website and find out how you can help support th…
 
In this episode of the #PhysEd Talking Heads we discuss the importance of self-care. This episode features Brandon Herwich, Jo Bailey, Leticia Carino, and Doug Hallberg. 6 self-care steps for a pandemic — always important, now essential https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/6-self-care-steps-for-a-pandemic-always-important-now-essential-2020041619563…
 
This is the first episode of the Meaningful PE Podcast. This Episode features Dr. Tim Fletcher (@TimFletcher12), Dr. Déirdre Ní Chróinín (@meaningfulPE), Andy Vasily (@andyvasily), Zack Smith (@mrzackpe), and Jorge Rodriguez (@physednow). In this episode, we talk about how the idea of Meaningful PE began, what we have learned through the process, a…
 
Joy Marchese is the founder of Positive Discipline UK and coauthor of the Positive Discipline for Today's Busy (and Overwhelmed) Parent. In this podcast we talk about the new book, how we can use positive discipline in our homes, and some strategies to help families through these difficult and stressful times. https://www.positivediscipline.co.uk/ …
 
Eli Vasily is finishing up his 10th grade year here at The KAUST School in Saudi Arabia. As the oldest son of Andy Vasily, Eli has grown up as a 3rd culture kid and has lived in several different countries around the world. In this episode. Eli and I talk about his experiences living around the world, his journey in to the game of golf and his big …
 
Doug Hallberg is the 2017 SHAPE Teacher of the Year and an OPEN National Trainer. In this episode, Doug an I talk about his journey into teaching, his experience as a national presenter and how he builds relationships with his students. Check out his blog post:www.globalphysed.net/blog/2020/5/11/physically-distant-yet-socially-and-emotionally-conne…
 
In this episode, I talk to Cathrine (Catrina) Himberg and Kevin Shephard from supportREALteachers.org. Among many topics, we discuss quality PE, the psychological benefits of physical activity, and Kevin's inspirational story about his fight with EDS. Also, checkout their guest blog post at www.globalphysed.net/blog/2020/5/4/advocacy-is-a-marathon-…
 
In this episode, we talk about well-being and how to maintain this important balance during this time. We structured our conversation around a Psychology Today article titled "What Is Well-Being? Definition, Types, and Well-Being Skills." https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/click-here-happiness/201901/what-is-well-being-definition-types-and-wel…
 
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