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SHAPE America's Podcast - Professional Development for Health & Physical Education Teachers
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October 10, 2017 06:25 AM PDT

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the leading cause of death in the U.S. But what most people don’t know is that it is also the #1 killer of student athletes and the leading cause of death on school campuses. Many people think there is nothing you can do to prevent Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Sudden Cardiac Death. The truth is—you can—you just have to be prepared. Join us as the SHAPE America podcast team invites the Executive Director and Board Members of Parent Heart Watch to discuss Sudden Cardiac Arrest in youth, appraise risk factors, access preventative health care, apply life-saving skills to prevent sudden death, and advocate for sudden cardiac arrest prevention practices wherever youth congregate.
Panelists include; *Martha Lopez-Anderson (Executive Director, Parent Heart Watch) - After the sudden death of her seemingly healthy 10-year-old son in 2004 blindsided Martha, she immersed herself in education and training relating to the prevention and treatment of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in youth. For nearly a decade, Martha served as the Chair for the Board of Directors of Parent Heart Watch. Martha was part of a task force comprised of the American Heart Association and twelve other national health and safety organizations in developing a Cardiac Emergency Response Plan (CERP) for Schools and was part of the writing group that authored the CERP policy statement. She also serves on the Institute of Medicine’s Sudden Cardiac Arrest Collaborative; the Cardiac Safety Research Consortium; Youth Sports Safety Alliance; Citizen CPR Foundation’s Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Youth Task Force; the Orange County (Florida) EMS Advisory Council; the National Advisory Committee for the Sudden Death in Young Registry and the National Center for Fatality Review & Prevention.
*Susan Canning (Parent Heart Watch Board Member/Founder of KEVS Foundation) - After the sudden loss of her 19-year-old son, Kevin, to Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, Susan founded KEVS Foundation in 2012 in his memory. KEVS Foundation’s mission is to raise awareness of Sudden Cardiac Arrest in youth, to donate AED units to youth organizations and schools, and to provide free heart screenings in the local youth community. Susan is an American Heart Association (AHA) CPR/AED instructor and has trained thousands of coaches and students, and is a representative on the Massachusetts AHA Advisory Board. Susan has been instrumental in the passage of two life-saving bills in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and currently has another piece of legislation pending in Boston.
*Kimberly G. Harmon, M.D. (Section Head, Sports Medicine Section Professor, Departments of Family Medicine and Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Head Football Physician, University of Washington/Parent Heart Watch Medical Advisory Board) - Kim is a Professor in Family Medicine and Orthopedics and Sports Medicine at the University of Washington where she is the Section Head of the Sports Medicine Section. She is a past president of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (2009-2010) and currently serves on their foundation board. She is the head football physician at the University of Washington and is an associate editor for the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Her interest on sudden cardiac death in high school students and NCAA athletes has led to published research and presentations at national and international conferences. She lectures nationally and internationally on sudden cardiac death in athletes, has published extensively on the topic and her research has won numerous awards. She most recently co-authored the “International Criteria for ECG Interpretation in Athletes” as part of a world-wide consortium of medical professionals who sought to establish a new best practice in preventing sudden death in youth athletes.

September 29, 2017 10:49 AM PDT

Listen to Matt, Collin and Stephanie discuss 50 Million Strong with SHAPE America President Fran Cleland and President-Elect Judy LoBianco.

September 13, 2017 10:35 AM PDT

Please join us as Matt and Collin introduce a new host to the SHAPE America Podcast team, Stephanie Sandino. As a physical education teacher, Stephanie provides instruction to 7-8 junior high students 5 days a week. Her goal is to create a positive learning environment to allow students to feel comfortable with daily physical activity in hopes of inspiring them to remain physically active for the rest of their lives. Listen in as Matt, Collin and Stephanie wrap up the summer, prepare for an exciting, new school year, and share some free resources and ideas to get your school year started of strong.

August 30, 2017 06:44 AM PDT

What is good classroom management in health education? What types of activities are you using to keep your students engaged? During this SHAPE America Podcast, Matt Pomeroy interviews an expert group of panelists discussing health education classroom management. From tips for successful lesson planning to setting up your classroom for success, this podcast series will supply you with techniques for dealing with students who struggle to follow the rules/expectations of your class and offer activities that will keep your students engaged and empowered.
Panelists include: * Justin Schleider - Justin has 10 years’ experience in physical and health education, and has spent the last 5 year teaching physical education, health, and technology in Springfield Elementary School in NJ. He is the brain behind #slowchatpe and slowchatpe.wordpress.com. He is also the co-creator of voxerpe.com and the voxer physical education chat which has 500 physical education teachers from all over the world. *Andy Milne – A graduate of Exeter University, Andy taught in London, England for 12 years before immigrating to the United States in 2008. He is currently beginning his 18th year of teaching health and physical education. Andy is the 2017 SHAPE America Midwest District Health Teacher of the Year. *Charlie Rizzuto - Charlie has been teaching health and physical education for seven years at Oyster Bay High School on Long Island, New York and works as an adjunct professor at Adelphi University. The current Nassau Zone President-Elect, Charlie was named Nassau Zone Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year in 2016 and will be recognized as the 2017 New York State Health Education Amazing Person of the Year this November. In addition, Charlie is the host and creator of the “HPE Quick Tips Podcast.” * Deanne Romero – Deanne has over 15 years’ experience teaching health and physical education at the both high school and middle school. She is currently enjoying trying to find new, exciting, and relevant activities for her students at Silver Hills Middle School in CO. Actively engaged with SHAPE Colorado, Deanne was named SHAPE Colorado Health TOY in 2015, and then awarded SHAPE America Central District Health TOY in 2017. *Adam Mullis – with a BS from Winthrop University and a Masters of Education from Walden University, Adam is currently the Co-Lead Teacher for the Middle School Health and Physical Education Department at the Richland County School District One in SC. The VP of Sport/Wellness Elect for The South Carolina Association for Physical Education and Sport, Adam also has spent the last two years coaching Volleyball, Track, and Football at the Middle School level.

August 22, 2017 01:45 PM PDT

What is good classroom management in health education? What types of activities are you using to keep your students engaged? During this SHAPE America Podcast, Matt Pomeroy interviews an expert group of panelists discussing health education classroom management. From tips for successful lesson planning to setting up your classroom for success, this podcast series will supply you with techniques for dealing with students who struggle to follow the rules/expectations of your class and offer activities that will keep your students engaged and empowered.
Panelists include: * Justin Schleider - Justin has 10 years’ experience in physical and health education, and has spent the last 5 year teaching physical education, health, and technology in Springfield Elementary School in NJ. He is the brain behind #slowchatpe and slowchatpe.wordpress.com. He is also the co-creator of voxerpe.com and the voxer physical education chat which has 500 physical education teachers from all over the world. *Andy Milne – A graduate of Exeter University, Andy taught in London, England for 12 years before immigrating to the United States in 2008. He is currently beginning his 18th year of teaching health and physical education. Andy is the 2017 SHAPE America Midwest District Health Teacher of the Year. *Charlie Rizzuto - Charlie has been teaching health and physical education for seven years at Oyster Bay High School on Long Island, New York and works as an adjunct professor at Adelphi University. The current Nassau Zone President-Elect, Charlie was named Nassau Zone Secondary Physical Education Teacher of the Year in 2016 and will be recognized as the 2017 New York State Health Education Amazing Person of the Year this November. In addition, Charlie is the host and creator of the “HPE Quick Tips Podcast.” * Deanne Romero – Deanne has over 15 years’ experience teaching health and physical education at the both high school and middle school. She is currently enjoying trying to find new, exciting, and relevant activities for her students at Silver Hills Middle School in CO. Actively engaged with SHAPE Colorado, Deanne was named SHAPE Colorado Health TOY in 2015, and then awarded SHAPE America Central District Health TOY in 2017. *Adam Mullis – with a BS from Winthrop University and a Masters of Education from Walden University, Adam is currently the Co-Lead Teacher for the Middle School Health and Physical Education Department at the Richland County School District One in SC. The VP of Sport/Wellness Elect for The South Carolina Association for Physical Education and Sport, Adam also has spent the last two years coaching Volleyball, Track, and Football at the Middle School level.

August 09, 2017 05:03 AM PDT

Are you getting ready for the next school year? Have you been thinking about changes to your existing curriculum? During this episode of the SHAPE America Podcast, Matt and Collin Interview an expert group of panelists discussing curriculum and scope & sequence development. Refine your ability to develop an appropriate and successful curriculum. Learn how our panelist implement a successful scope and sequence. Listen as we discuss implementing a sport education season and what that looks like throughout the year.
Panelists include: *Charla (Parker) Krahnke - Charla is the 2013 SHAPE National HS PE TOY, 2013 Southern District TOY and 2013 NCAAHPERD TOY. She is a National Board-Certified Teacher with a BS in Health/Physical Education from East Carolina University and Masters in Education/Exercise Science from Campbell University. Charla retired July 2014 after 31 years of teaching and coaching from the Wake County School System in NC. *Dr. Stephen Harvey - Dr. Harvey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Recreation and Sport Pedagogy at Ohio University where he is the Program Director of the Online Masters in Coaching Education. Dr. Stephen Harvey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Recreation and Sport Pedagogy at Ohio University where he is the Program Director of the Online Masters in Coaching Education. He has significant experiences in teaching curriculum classes and developing curriculum in a variety of educational settings through his work as a teacher and coach educator. *Bart Jones - Bart holds a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University in Exercise & Sport Science and a Master’s Degree from A.T. Still University in Human Movement. Since 2003 he has been a physical education teacher at the Rabiner Treatment Center, a Special Education Teacher Associate at the Saydel Community School District, and just completed his 12th year as a physical education teacher in the Van Meter School District. He is a member of Iowa AHPERD where he was named the Iowa AHPERD Elementary Teacher of the

August 03, 2017 11:26 AM PDT

Are you getting ready for the next school year? Have you been thinking about changes to your existing curriculum? During this episode of the SHAPE America Podcast, Matt and Collin Interview an expert group of panelists discussing curriculum and scope & sequence development. Refine your ability to develop an appropriate and successful curriculum. Learn how our panelist implement a successful scope and sequence. Listen as we discuss implementing a sport education season and what that looks like throughout the year.
Panelists include: *Charla (Parker) Krahnke - Charla is the 2013 SHAPE National HS PE TOY, 2013 Southern District TOY and 2013 NCAAHPERD TOY. She is a National Board-Certified Teacher with a BS in Health/Physical Education from East Carolina University and Masters in Education/Exercise Science from Campbell University. Charla retired July 2014 after 31 years of teaching and coaching from the Wake County School System in NC. *Dr. Stephen Harvey - Dr. Harvey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Recreation and Sport Pedagogy at Ohio University where he is the Program Director of the Online Masters in Coaching Education. Dr. Stephen Harvey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Recreation and Sport Pedagogy at Ohio University where he is the Program Director of the Online Masters in Coaching Education. He has significant experiences in teaching curriculum classes and developing curriculum in a variety of educational settings through his work as a teacher and coach educator. *Bart Jones - Bart holds a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University in Exercise & Sport Science and a Master’s Degree from A.T. Still University in Human Movement. Since 2003 he has been a physical education teacher at the Rabiner Treatment Center, a Special Education Teacher Associate at the Saydel Community School District, and just completed his 12th year as a physical education teacher in the Van Meter School District. He is a member of Iowa AHPERD where he was named the Iowa AHPERD Elementary Teacher of the

July 21, 2017 05:24 AM PDT

What’s your philosophy behind your health education curriculum? Join us as the SHAPE America podcast team and guest panelists discuss different philosophies of teaching health education, important topics to include in your health education curriculum, incorporating skills into your unit planning, great reflection strategies for educators, a list of resources you can use to help in your curriculum planning and much more. Panelists include: *Melanie Lynch – Melanie is in her 21st year as a health education specialist at State College Area High School in Pennsylvania after receiving an undergraduate degree and master’s degree from Penn State University. In 2016, she received the SHAPE America National Health Education Teacher of the Year award, and she is currently serving as president of PSAHPERD. *Claudia Brown – Claudia holds a B.S. from Springfield College and a master’s degree from American International College. She has been teaching health and physical education in the North Reading Public Schools for 19 years, focusing on curriculum development in HPE for the last six years. She also serves as an adjunct professor of health education at Boston University. Claudia has participated on the Massachusetts AHPERD board for several years, and currently sits as president. *Amy Prior — An NCAAHE Teacher of the Year, as well as SHAPE America Southern District’s Health Educator of the Year, Amy’s 20 plus years of involvement with NCAASPERD-SM and SHAPE America has launched her onto a national platform for teacher voice and educational policy. She has served the past three years on the NCAAHE Board, with the last two as President Elect and current President, affording her a seat on NCAAHPERD-SM's Board of Directors. She also serves as a member of SHAPE America’s National Health Education Standards (NHES) Addendum-Skills Based Task Force and the SHAPE America’s Health Education Assessment (HEAP) Task Force.

July 11, 2017 06:02 AM PDT

What’s your philosophy behind your health education curriculum? Join us as the SHAPE America podcast team and guest panelists discuss different philosophies of teaching health education, important topics to include in your health education curriculum, incorporating skills into your unit planning, great reflection strategies for educators, a list of resources you can use to help in your curriculum planning and much more.
Panelists include: *Melanie Lynch – Melanie is in her 21st year as a health education specialist at State College Area High School in Pennsylvania after receiving an undergraduate degree and master’s degree from Penn State University. In 2016, she received the SHAPE America National Health Education Teacher of the Year award, and she is currently serving as president of PSAHPERD. *Claudia Brown – Claudia holds a B.S. from Springfield College and a master’s degree from American International College. She has been teaching health and physical education in the North Reading Public Schools for 19 years, focusing on curriculum development in HPE for the last six years. She also serves as an adjunct professor of health education at Boston University. Claudia has participated on the Massachusetts AHPERD board for several years, and currently sits as president. *Amy Prior — An NCAAHE Teacher of the Year, as well as SHAPE America Southern District’s Health Educator of the Year, Amy’s 20 plus years of involvement with NCAASPERD-SM and SHAPE America has launched her onto a national platform for teacher voice and educational policy. She has served the past three years on the NCAAHE Board, with the last two as President Elect and current President, affording her a seat on NCAAHPERD-SM's Board of Directors. She also serves as a member of SHAPE America’s National Health Education Standards (NHES) Addendum-Skills Based Task Force and the SHAPE America’s Health Education Assessment (HEAP) Task Force.

June 14, 2017 10:00 AM PDT

Join the SHAPE America Podcast team as they reflect on the past school year and discuss health and physical education professional development opportunities that are available over the summer, including: future podcast topics, the launch of SHAPE America’s Online Institute (SAOI), books, journals, conferences and much more.

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