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SHAPE America's Podcast - Professional Development for Health & Physical Education Teachers
Give it a listen for great health and physical education professional development!
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March 15, 2017 10:55 AM PDT

Join Collin and Matt as they discuss all things #SHAPEBoston with educators around the world!

March 15, 2017 09:19 AM PDT

Collin, Matt, and Judy Lobianco interview Maya Enista Smith, Keynote Speaker at the 2017 SHAPE America National Convention. Listen in to the discussion here!

March 15, 2017 07:09 AM PDT

Get a live listen in to the conversation that happened at the 50 Million Strong Forum at the National Convention in Boston. Matt interviews Deborah Tannehill, Lori Dunn, and Dolly Lambdin and then has a discussion within different groups attending the forum.

March 13, 2017 01:21 PM PDT

In this podcast, Senior Manager of Advocacy, Carly Wright, and Advocacy Consultant, Karen Johnson, share the latest updates on the Every Student Succeeds Act, what the new Presidential administration means for implementation in states, give us a federal funding forecast, and a preview of 2017 SPEAK Out! Day.

January 24, 2017 10:00 AM PST

Join us on this episode as several Health and Physical Education professionals from around the country share stories of success that include; fostering student relationships, making change happen within your schools, districts and cities and taking personal risk to become better educators.

January 10, 2017 06:52 AM PST

What's your philosophy for teaching about alcohol and other drugs in health education class? How do you communicate what is being taught with the families of your students? Join our expert panel as their discussions cover ideas for scope and sequence that health educators should follow when discussing alcohol and other drugs, examples of activities and go-to resources, 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.

January 03, 2017 10:15 AM PST

What's your philosophy for teaching about alcohol and other drugs in health education class? How do you communicate what is being taught with the families of your students? Join our expert panel as their discussions cover ideas for scope and sequence that health educators should follow when discussing alcohol and other drugs, examples of activities and go-to resources, 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.

December 27, 2016 08:32 AM PST

It’s holiday break in schools across the nation. What happens when we go back to teaching? Are you ready to revisit your policies and procedures with students? Join our expert panel as they discuss how to recharge that teaching engine! You’ll get some fresh ideas on what you can do the first day students walk back into your classroom, strategies and tactics you can use for a struggling class or to strengthen student behavior during the school year, how to communicate with parents, and much more.
Panelists include:
*Mike Graham — With more than 20 years of experience as a physical education teacher, Mike was voted president-elect for the Northern District of Illinois AHPERD (IAHPERD) and also serves on the Illinois AHPERD social media committee. Mike loves to share his passion for 21st-century quality physical education on Twitter and Voxer, as well as by presenting at workshops and conferences.
*Margaret Mines — Margaret has been teaching physical education for 13 years and currently teaches at Cleveland Middle School in Albuquerque, NM. She was named SHAPE America Southwest District Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year in 2015.

December 20, 2016 06:56 AM PST

It’s holiday break in schools across the nation. What happens when we go back to teaching? Are you ready to revisit your policies and procedures with students? Join our expert panel as they discuss how to recharge that teaching engine! You’ll get some fresh ideas on what you can do the first day students walk back into your classroom, strategies and tactics you can use for a struggling class or to strengthen student behavior during the school year, how to communicate with parents, and much more.
Panelists include:
*Mike Graham — With more than 20 years of experience as a physical education teacher, Mike was voted president-elect for the Northern District of Illinois AHPERD (IAHPERD) and also serves on the Illinois AHPERD social media committee. Mike loves to share his passion for 21st-century quality physical education on Twitter and Voxer, as well as by presenting at workshops and conferences.
*Margaret Mines — Margaret has been teaching physical education for 13 years and currently teaches at Cleveland Middle School in Albuquerque, NM. She was named SHAPE America Southwest District Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year in 2015.

December 13, 2016 05:55 AM PST

Listen as our guest panel discuss what inclusion is and how to develop a culture of inclusion within a district. This episode analyzes a day in the life on an APE teacher by sharing tips to set up your classroom for inclusion of all students, focusing on curriculum planning/scope and sequence with regard to APE students and how general physical education activities can be adapted to include students with disabilities.

Panelists include:
*Tim Swensen Received B.S. in Physical Education from UW-Platteville. M.S. from UW-LaCrosse. Taught APE in Black River Falls for 8 years. Currently in my 8th my year at UW-Platteville as Senior Lecturer in Adapted Physical Education. Certified Adapted Physical Education Instructor through APENS. WHPE Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year (2016).
*Meredith Morton – Mrs. Morton recently started her 12th year teaching K-12 APE, and is the 2015 Virginia and Southern District Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year.

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