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SHAPE America's Podcast - Professional Development for Health & Physical Education Teachers
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December 08, 2016 10:52 AM PST

Health Education Teacher Leadership
Teacher leadership refers to the skill set demonstrated by teachers who teach students but also have influence beyond their own classroom to others in their school and elsewhere. Listen as we conduct an extensive review into key components of health education teacher leadership with one of the current leaders in the health education profession. The discussion will define the practice of teacher leadership, give examples of summer activities to showcase leadership skills, and explain how to express leadership at the school, district, state, and national levels.

Panelists include:
*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.

December 06, 2016 11:02 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.

November 29, 2016 10:32 AM PST

Interested in implementing technology in your health and physical education classroom? Whether you have one device or are a 1:1 classroom, listen as our guest panel discuss the successes and failures when it comes to implementing technology. Learn the management of technology (adding apps, storage of devices, etc.), how to begin implementing and building technology in your classes, and what can be accomplished by simply using one device in your classroom.

Panelists include:
*Gina Lange —Currently serving as the District Chair for Middle Level Physical Education and Health Curriculum Council, Gina has a Master’s degree in Physical Education: Exercise Science from University of Northern Iowa and recently began her 16TH year of teaching in Liberty Public Schools in Liberty, Mo.
*Brian Devore — A graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, Brian has over 25 years of teaching experience at the K-12 level. In 2013-14, Brian was named Cobb County’s Elementary Physical Education TOY, Georgia AHPERD’s Elementary PE TOY, and Southern District SHAPE America Elementary PE TOY. Currently, he serves as Georgia AHPERD’s President Elect, Georgia AHPERD’s Social Media Director, SHAPE America Southern District’s Leadership Council Member, and chair of SHAPE America’s Physical Education Council.
*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.

November 22, 2016 10:59 AM PST

Join Collin in this unique and engaging podcast as he interviews teacher leader, Jessica Shawley, on a variety of topics related to being a physical education teacher leader. During this podcast you will have an opportunity to learn from Jessica’s experience as a teacher leader during a one on one interview with Collin, hear clips from Jessica’s audio journal, as well as “live” audio from Jessica leading a professional development session at the Oregon SHAPE conference.

Panelist:
* Jessica Shawley - Jessica Shawley is a full-time physical education teacher that was the 2012 SHAPE America National Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year. She is National Board (NBPTS) certified and earned a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Idaho. Jessica provides professional development workshops nationally and is known for her high-energy sessions that are jam-packed with resources to support and inspire professionals. Jessica currently serves on the Northwest District SHAPE leadership council and served on the SHAPE Idaho board for over 8 years in roles as President, Conference Manager, and District Representative. Her grant writing skills have helped secure over $1 million in funding, including a PEP Grant and her leadership roles in her district include fostering a Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program through initiatives such as Fuel Up to Play 60 and Let’s Move Active Schools. You can connect with Jessica on Twitter @JessicaShawley or check out her resource website at www.PEchamps.com where CHAMPS stands for "Creating Healthy Active Minds for Personal Success.

November 15, 2016 10:13 AM PST

Interested in implementing technology in your health and physical education classroom? Whether you have one device or are a 1:1 classroom, listen as our guest panel discuss the successes and failures when it comes to implementing technology. Learn the management of technology (adding apps, storage of devices, etc.), how to begin implementing and building technology in your classes, and what can be accomplished by simply using one device in your classroom.

Panelists include:
*Gina Lange —Currently serving as the District Chair for Middle Level Physical Education and Health Curriculum Council, Gina has a Master’s degree in Physical Education: Exercise Science from University of Northern Iowa and recently began her 16TH year of teaching in Liberty Public Schools in Liberty, Mo.
*Brian Devore — A graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, Brian has over 25 years of teaching experience at the K-12 level. In 2013-14, Brian was named Cobb County’s Elementary Physical Education TOY, Georgia AHPERD’s Elementary PE TOY, and Southern District SHAPE America Elementary PE TOY. Currently, he serves as Georgia AHPERD’s President Elect, Georgia AHPERD’s Social Media Director, SHAPE America Southern District’s Leadership Council Member, and chair of SHAPE America’s Physical Education Council.
*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.

November 08, 2016 12:07 PM PST

Health Education Teacher Leadership
Teacher leadership refers to the skill set demonstrated by teachers who teach students but also have influence beyond their own classroom to others in their school and elsewhere. Listen as we conduct an extensive review into key components of health education teacher leadership with one of the current leaders in the health education profession. The discussion will define the practice of teacher leadership, give examples of summer activities to showcase leadership skills, and explain how to express leadership at the school, district, state, and national levels.

Panelists include:
*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.

October 25, 2016 08:58 AM PDT

In observance of Health Literacy Month, this podcast episode features an expert panel that will explore the definition and understanding of what health literacy means. The discussion will include how to incorporate and use a skills-based health education approach to help develop health-literate students; how to use technology to help develop health-literate students; examples of assessments that can lead to health-literate students; and great resources to assist in teaching health literacy.

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.

October 11, 2016 07:54 AM PDT

In observance of Health Literacy Month, this podcast episode features an expert panel that will explore the definition and understanding of what health literacy means. The discussion will include how to incorporate and use a skills-based health education approach to help develop health-literate students; how to use technology to help develop health-literate students; examples of assessments that can lead to health-literate students; and great resources to assist in teaching health literacy.

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.

October 05, 2016 11:37 AM PDT

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a national leader in health and physical education? Learn how members of SHAPE America’s current Board of Directors got to where they are today, why they continue to give back to the profession, and why they believe SHAPE America is so important to the overall advancement of health and physical education.

This podcast episode includes interviews with the following SHAPE America board members:
*Jackie Lund (president) — Jackie is a professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health at Georgia State University. Prior to teaching at the university level, she taught public school for 16 years. She served on the committee that developed the National Content Standards for Physical Education in 1995 and was president of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). In 2012, she was inducted into the NASPE Hall of Fame.
* Fran Cleland (president-elect) — Fran is a professor in the Department of Kinesiology at West Chester University (WCU). She has been teaching at WCU for 21 years and is also the assistant chair of the Health and Physical Education Teacher Certification Division. Prior to teaching at the college level, she taught K-12 health and physical education in Indiana, Virginia and Oregon.
*Collin Brooks — Collin is a National Board Certified elementary physical educator in Bend, OR. Since the start of his teaching career in 2007, he has received the NASPE STARS Award for Physical Education Program Excellence and served on the SHAPE America Northwest District Leadership Council as chair of Professional Development.
*Terri Drain — Terri’s extensive teaching and coaching experience has spanned multiple decades and has taken her from rural and urban communities in British Colombia, Canada, to the Pleasanton Unified School District in the San Francisco Bay Area. She was the 2007 CAHPERD Elementary Teacher of the Year and 2008 Southwest District Elementary Teacher of the Year.
*Artie Kamiya — Artie is a former North Carolina elementary physical educator, state director of health & physical education at the NC Department of Public Instruction, and senior administrator for K-12 health & physical education at Wake County Schools in North Carolina. He is very active on social media, advocating for the health and physical education profession.
*Judy LoBianco — Judy is the supervisor of health, physical education and nursing services for South Orange-Maplewood School District. She has taught all levels of physical education and presented numerous times at state, district and national conferences. Judy is a past president of SHAPE America Eastern District and New Jersey AHPERD. She also serves SHAPE America as a Physical Activity Leader (PAL) trainer.

If you are interested in joining the SHAPE America Board of Directors or know someone who would make a great candidate, find nomination details here:
www.shapeamerica.org/about/leaders/nominations_committee.cfm

September 27, 2016 07:28 AM PDT

Family fitness activities are a great way to help children establish healthy habits that can last a lifetime. Listen in as our expert panel of SHAPE America Teachers of the Year discuss what it takes to implement different types of family fitness activities in your school. Learn how to get started with family fitness activities, ideas of how to run different types of activities, and how using family fitness activities can impact your physical education program. Panelists include: *Betty Ann Fish – Betty is the 2015 SHAPE America National Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year, a Google Certified Innovator, Seesaw Ambassador, & TES Ambassador; * Margaret Hornbeck – Margaret has been teaching for 13 years and is the 2015 Southwest District Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year.

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