The PHYSEDagogy Podcast – Live from #PHYSedcamp & #DemoSlam

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Physedagogy Podcast

The PHYSEDagogy Podcast – Live from the National PE Institute 2015 #PHYSedcamp & #DemoSlam

Check out all the highlights from the first ever physical education edcamp and listen to what all our demo slam participants showcased in the two minutes before they got slammed and hear their thoughts on being a part of the National PE Institute.

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Bridging The Gap

I want my students to leave the education system with the ability to become their own nutritionist and personal trainer.


When I was at school, the assessment process went something like this:

  • Teacher sets assignment
  • I attempt the assignment and turn it in
  • Teacher grades assignment and returns it
  • I throw assignment in the garbage unless it was a good grade (a rarity) and my mom pinned it to the fridge.

Most likely only two sets of eyes saw my work. Mine and the teachers. And that kind of stunk!
Tech UseThis image is an old one now, I took it from Twitter last year but I have it pinned above my desk at school to remind me that there needs to be a reason for the work that I ask my students to complete. To ask students to work hard on an assignment but then for it to be seen by only them and myself can’t be justified anymore.

“If students are sharing their work with the world, they want…

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Finding Your Swagger


The great Dr. Will Deyamport III runs #beyouEDU. This month’s subject is swagger. In his video he defines swagger as your essence and what you bring to the table. This is a great topic for me because my swagger was a little shaken earlier this month. I started to question myself and my use of social media. I need this blog post to remind me of where my swagger comes from.

My swagger comes from the undying faith that I will be able to achieve whatever goal I set for myself. I will learn what I need to learn, do what I need to do, go where I need to go in order to accomplish my aim. My swagger comes from my life’s experiences in school and sports. I succeeded because I was willing to work hard and learn. My swagger comes from two parents who loved and supported me…

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