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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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Dr. Ash Casey from Loughborough University in the UK joins the podcast today. We’re here to chat about models based practice in a more conversational way. Today, we don’t have a specific paper to discuss, but I wanted to ask Ash a few questions about how his thinking has evolved about models over the years --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.f…
 
Dr. Collin Webster comes on to discuss transitions in academia and shares his academic journey from international teacher to full professor at Univ of South Carolina and finally his transition to a new institution working for Univ of Burmingham in Dubai. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support…
 
This AIESEP connect discusses Meaningful PE research. The title is: trailblazing and way-making: possible pathways for meaningful PE research. The video of this session can be found on the www.aisesp.org website Discussion was led by Stephani Beni, Deirdre Ni Chroinin, and Tim Fletcher --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support…
 
Rather than providing a forum to discuss research that is conducted in health and physical education, the Going Behind the Research segment focuses on telling the stories that surround research we read in scholarly journals. Globally, the segment aims to humanize research by providing a forum to discuss the movies that draw researchers toward parti…
 
Ali Greey (Twitter @AliGreey) joins us to discuss the article ‘It’s Just Safer When I Don’t Go There’: Trans People’s Locker Room Membership and Participation in Physical Activity. We discuss ways trans people navigate transphobia and cissexism in locker rooms and how their experiences in this context influence their participation in physical activ…
 
This is a recoding of the April 2022 PETE Collaborative, a meeting of mostly USA based PETE faculty and graduate students. Topic: A Deliberate Dialogue about the Role of Social and Emotional Learning in Physical Education: Sharing Informed Opinions to Shape Future Discourse Description: This session provided space for two views on the role of SEL i…
 
Dylan Blain (Twitter @DylanBlain) joins us to discuss the article Physical education in a post-COVID world: A blended-gamified approach published with Martyn Standage and Thomas Curran. We discuss a blended-gamified approach as a possibility to reimagine physical education in a post-pandemic world. Full Cite: Blain, D. O., Standage, M., & Curran, T…
 
Jamie Brunsdon joins us to discuss the article “My methods courses feel like Walmart”: Influence of secondary organizational socialization on early career faculty members’ implementation of PETE published with Matthew Curtner-Smith. We talk about the influence of organizational socialization on early career faculty members’ implementation of PETE. …
 
Friday March 25th 2022 – #AIESEPConnect #CoffeeWithColleagues: The state of the Whole – of-School Physical Activity Programming chaired by Hans van der Mars and led by Darla Castelli and Collin Webster A link to the video recording: https://youtu.be/Q1J4BBONJJ8 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support…
 
“Getting the Tip of the Pen on the Paper”: How the Spectrum of Teaching Styles Narrows the Gap Between the Hope and the Happening Brendan SueSee from the University of Southern Queensland and Shane Pill from Flinders University discuss the article “Getting the Tip of the Pen on the Paper”: How the Spectrum of Teaching Styles Narrows the Gap Between…
 
Ben Kern joins us to discuss the article Teacher Beliefs and Changes in Practice Through Professional Development published with Chad Killian, Douglas Ellison, Kim Graber, and Elaine Cutforth. We discuss the influence of the intervention called Healthy Eaters, Lifelong Movers and associated San Luis Valley Physical Education Academy on teachers’ be…
 
Title: What the HETE?! Exploring Critical Issues, Potential Solutions & Collaboration Opportunities for PETE & HETE Description: This PETE Collaborative session will include a panel of health educators and health education teacher education (HETE) professionals who will share their perspectives on the critical issues facing HETE and explore potenti…
 
Risto is joined by Tori Shiver, Erin Centeio, Kevin Richards and Michael Hemphill to do another article club... this time it’s an article by Gloria Ladson-Billings, she literally wrote the book and developed the phrase culturally relevant pedagogy. Ladson-Billings published an article late in 2021 in the journal EQUITY and EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION t…
 
This is the audio from the Friday February 25th 2022 – #CoffeeWithColleagues #AIESEPConnect: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU). The speakers were: Linda Griffin, David Gutierrez, Shane Pill and Ellen Gambles The session video recording can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VBN5ZeEW7A&feature=…
 
Sarahjane Belton and Wesley O’Brien joins us to discuss their article “A new curriculum model for second-level physical education: Y-PATH PE4Me” published with Elaine Murtagh, Joao Costa, Johann Issartel, Jamie McGann, and Mika Manninen. We discuss the Y-PATH PE4Me curriculum model as a valuable guide to aid the delivery of second-level PE. Full Ci…
 
Julia Sargent from The Open University in the UK and Antonio Calderon from the University of Limerick discusses the article “Technology-Enhanced Learning Physical Education? A Critical Review of the Literature. In this critical literature review, we discuss the aspects of pedagogy that are claimed to be enhanced using digital technology in PE. Full…
 
Ben Kern joins us to discuss the article “State of a state: results from the Wyoming physical education and physical activity policy survey” published with Paul Malinowski, Kim Hunt, Shawna McIlnay, Brian Powell, and Deb Stephenson. We discuss the Wyoming physical education and physical activity policy and report current data from the district, sch…
 
The PETE collaborative is a meeting of (mostly) US PETE professors and graduate students who meet monthly to discuss key issues in the field. This is the audio recording from the 2022 February meeting. Title: Developing Innovative PETE Programs to Envision a Favorable Future for the Field Description: Aligned with the theme of #ForTheLoveofHPE week…
 
Dr. Mark Byra provides a short update on the Spectrum of Teaching Styles Institute. There are grants and paper awards provided through the institute The link to the documents Mark referred to are here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Qg0ZMHP3yz2UzWhiW1BWiWvEYs7K8NWN?usp=sharing The Mission of the Spectrum Institute for Teaching and Learning…
 
Chad Killian joins us to discuss the article “Physical education students’ usage and perceptions of a supplemental online health-related fitness knowledge curriculum” published with Amelia Mays Woods. We discuss the perception of high school physical education students about using a supplemental online health-related fitness knowledge curriculum. F…
 
This is the audio from the AIESEP Connect session held Jan 28th, 2022 titled: Are active kids better learners? The impact of PA, exercise and sport on cognition. Presenters included: Prof. Uwe Pühse (Univ of Basel), Dr. Sebastian Ludyga (Univ of Basel), and Prof. Caterina Pesce (Rome, Italy). #AIESEPConnect is the name of our new AIESEP Global Outr…
 
Mara Simon comes on to discuss her work with pre-service Black and Latinx teachers and their experiences in PETE programs. Mara's Twitter: @Dr_Mara_SimonLink to faculty profile: https://springfield.edu/directory/mara-simonFull cite:Simon, M. (2020). The Emotionality of Whiteness in Physical Education Teacher Education. Quest, 72(2), 167–184. https:…
 
Today I will discuss through a lightning review of the article ‘Stereotypical Views of Beauty and Boys STILL Not Letting Girls Play: A Student-Centered Curriculum for Young Girls Through an After-School Activist Approach’ that I wrote with Brianna Meza from the California State University and Sara B. Flory from the University of South Florida. We w…
 
This is the audio from the 2022 January PETE Collaborative. The collaborative, a gathering of higher education professionals, occurs the second Thursday of each month. To get an invite please email risto@theHPEwebsite.com Topic: A Problem Setting and Solution-Oriented Conversation around the Future of HPE in the United States. Description: During t…
 
Dr. Jennifer M. Jacobs from Northern Illinois University is with us today to discuss her article ‘Self‑Efficacy Experiences of Graduate Students Working in a Sport‑based Leadership Program at a Youth Prison’ published with Zachary Wahl‑Alexander. The article examined graduate students’ self-efficacy beliefs in leadership and life skill sports progr…
 
Dr. Jenn Jacobs from Northern Illinois University comes on to discuss self efficacy theory in a short Theory Breakdown. In next week's episode you will hear the research study that Dr. Jacobs used this theory in. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support
 
Dr. Susan Whatman, Dr. Roberta Thompson, and Dr. Katherine Mainfrom Griffith University in Australia are with us today to discuss their article ‘The recontextualisation of youth wellbeing in Australian schools’ published with. We talk about the ways two Australian schools in Queensland delivered well-being agendas in schools and how that was analyz…
 
Dr. Jennifer M. Jacobs from Northern Illinois University is with us today to discuss her article ‘Experiential Learning of University Students Delivering a Coaching Workshop in Belize’ published with Karisa Kuipers, K. Andrew Richards, and Paul Wright. The article explores undergraduate students’ cross-cultural teaching experiences leading sessions…
 
Friday November 26th at 12pm CET Roland Naul and Mark Tremblay will led an #AIESEPConnect discussion titled COVID-19 Studies across the Globe on Physical Activity, Physical Education and Health: A comparative analysis This is the recording from that live session. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support…
 
Dr. Matthew Hodler from the University of Rhode Island joins us to discuss the article ‘Converging Interests, Unequal Benefits? Tribal Critical Race Theory and Miami University’s Myaamia Heritage Logo’ published with Callie Batts Maddox. We discuss how the institutional racism and possessive investment of whiteness have been ignored and unaddressed…
 
This shorter podcast is a part of a series of podcasts we will do on academic journeys. Guests describe how they got to the field, and why they research what they research! Thanks to Dr. Ann MacPhail for the idea! Dr. Hayley B. McKown is originally from Arizona. Attended schools in Utah, Michigan, and Hawaii. She taught Physical Education and Healt…
 
This is the 200th episode of the HPE podcast. I invited past guests and other colleagues to discuss six questions: What is the most influential/best article you’ve read and why should others read it? What are we not paying attention to now that we’ll be kicking ourselves in 10/20yrs for missing? What future research questions should we be consideri…
 
The November PETE Collaborative (Thursday Nov 11th@4pm Eastern) focused on addressing areas of opportunity for our profession, so that we can continue to improve our practice and prepare quality physical education teachers. The questions we led with are: · What do you do in your programs to teach PSTs how to be culturally responsive? · In what ways…
 
Alba Rodrigues a PhD student at George Mason University joins us to talk about the article ‘Teaching martial arts in schools: A proposal for contents organization’ and the chapter ‘Pedagogia do jogo no processo de ensino e aprendizagem das artes marciais [Game pedagogy in the process of teaching and learning of martial arts]’ published with Dr. Mar…
 
Risto is joined by Kevin Richards and Michael Hemphill to do another article club... this time it's an article by Mary O’Sullivan who gave the 2019 McCloy Lecture at SHAPE America. Here is a full cite of the article: Mary O’Sullivan (2021) Global Challenges and Opportunities for Physical Education Teacher Educators, Research Quarterly for Exercise …
 
Dr. Anthony J. Maher is Professor of Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion in the Carnegie School of Education. He is part of the school’s research leadership team and leads the research impact strategy. Anthony’s research, consultancy, and teaching expertise relate to centering the experiences and amplifying the voices of pupils with…
 
This shorter podcast is a part of a series of podcasts we will do on academic journeys. Guests describe how they got to the field, and why they research what they research! Thanks to Dr. Ann MacPhail for the idea! Dr. Anthony J. Maher is Professor of Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion in the Carnegie School of Education. He is part…
 
What’s Going on in (Online) Physical Education? Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Teach Effectively in a Virtual EnvironmentSession Description: This interactive session will feature a panel of in-service practitioners and PETE faculty with experiences and expertise teaching effective online physical education. Through a Q&A format, panelists will …
 
Join Dr. Barrie Gordon from Victoria University of Wellington to discuss his article ‘An Alternative Conceptualization of the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility Model’. We will discuss an alternative conceptualization of the TPSR model’s values/goals as independent and talk about the suggestions for coaches and teachers to implement this a…
 
Dr. John Williams from the University of Canberra in Australia is with us today to discuss his article ‘The role of teacher educator professional learning in reconfiguring physical education’ recently published with Michael J. Davies. The article explores Dr. Williams professional learning journey to become a more knowledgeable physical education t…
 
Dr. Erin Centeio (@erincenteio) come on to discuss a recent 2021 paper that shows an improvement on academic achievement through an intervention called building healthy communities, a comprehensive school health program. Here is a full cite: Centeio, E. E., Somers, C., Moore, E. W. G., Kulik, N., Garn, A., & McCaughtry, N. (2021). Effects of a Comp…
 
Dr. Phillip Ward (@PhillipWard16) from the Department of Human Sciences at Ohio State University talks about the article Chapter 3: PK–12 school physical education: Conditions, lessons learned, and future directions published with Hans van der Mars, Murray Mitchell, and Hal Lawson. We discuss future alternatives for PK–12 physical education to addr…
 
The September PETE Collaborative is part of a monthly series of meetings that occur on the first Thursday of each month and consists of HPETE faculty and graduate students discussing key issues in the field. Implementing Social and Emotional Learning in Physical Education Programs:A Panel Discussion with Inservice Practitioners Session Description:…
 
Dr. Murray Mitchell from the University of South Carolina discusses his co-authored chapter ‘Perspectives on the Future of Doctoral Programs’ published with Hal Lawson, Hans van der Mars, and Phillip Ward. The chapter brings an action-oriented analysis of doctoral programs for physical education teacher education programs. It is part of a special i…
 
Today we are talking with Dr. Clancy Seymour (Twitter: @DrClancySeymour) an Associate Professor from Cannisius College and Dr. Mark Garrison, who is a Professor of Education at West Texas A&M University. We will discuss their 2016 paper ‘What They Think about How They’re Evaluated: Perspectives of New York State Physical Educators on Teacher Evalua…
 
David N. Daum, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology at San Jose State University. His area of expertise includes physical education teacher education, curriculum design, assessment, and technology. He provides leadership in the physical education community related to online physical education with a multitude of presentations, publicatio…
 
This month we’ve read a paper by Dr. Melinda Solmon, that was just published in 2021 in Kinesiology Review. The title is Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy: The Application of the Academic Discipline of Kinesiology. The link to the article is in the notes. On the podcast are: Erin Centeio (@erincenteio) from Univ of Hawaii, Kevin Richards (KARRi…
 
This podcast featuring Dr. Erin Centeio (@erincenteio) discusses a large project in collaboration with OPEN Phys Ed (openphysed.org) to understand the experiences of PE teachers during the on set of the pandemic. The podcast overviews two papers which are linked below (open access) Erin Centeio Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?u…
 
This episode originally launched in 2018 as Ep 22: This episode covers the basics of the Australian Curriculum for Physical Education. This forward thinking curriculum is unique and amazing! Dr. Laura Alfrey (Twitter: @LauraAlfrey) explains how this curriculum has been designed and what it aims to deliver. This episode links to Episode 23 which cov…
 
This originally aired in 2018 as Episode 15: This episode discusses a paper by Dr. Stephen Harvey on PE professionals use of Twitter. Dr. Stephen Harvey is an Associate Professor in Sports Coaching at Ohio University. His main research interest surrounds game-based approaches to teaching and coaching. However, his work in coaching has additionally …
 
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