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SHAPE America's Podcast - Professional Development for Health & Physical Education Teachers
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December 19, 2017 06:23 AM PST

What are your goals for your school year? What new things are you implementing / adding to your curriculum or program? How do you reflect as an educator? What's in your Action Pack? An Action Pack includes, goals for your school year, new things that you are adding to your curriculum or program, self-care, and how you reflect as an educator. Join SHAPE America Podcast Host, Stephanie Sandino, as she interviews Health Educator, Scott Todnem, and finds out what's in Scott's Action Plan.
Guest: Scott Todnem has been teaching Health Education for 17 years at Scullen Middle School in Naperville, Illinois and was awarded the 2017 Illinois Health Teacher of the Year. Besides teaching and presenting, Scott has been on the district curriculum writing committee, social diversity and multicultural team, head of educational trips to the state and nation’s capital, and team building coordinator/facilitator for students and staff. Scott has also coached cross country and track & field, and was active in the community development of winter and summer running programs. Outside of the school setting, Scott is a community fitness leader as co-owner of a local strength and conditioning facility. He is an avid writer, movie-watcher, and a father of four.

December 08, 2017 12:22 PM PST

Are you interested in learning more about Jump Rope For Heart (JRFH) and Hoops for Heart (HFH)? What does JRFH / HFH do for your students? Why do over 28 thousand schools participate in the programs every year? What does JRFH / HFH do for your health & physical education program? Listen in as SHAPE America Podcast hosts Collin, Matt, and Stephanie are joined by several JRFH / HFH veteran coordinators, as they discuss the benefits a JRFH / HFH program can bring to your school and your students and the way it complements an effective HPE program.

Guests: *Ashley Pondrom - Ashley Pondrom teaches in Richardson ISD in Dallas Texas. She has been teaching PE for 11 years and has participated in Jump Rope for Heart for 8 years. Last year, her school was ranked #1 in the State and #11 in the nation for JRFH. She is loaded with passion to teach her kids how to love to be active and want to live an active lifestyle for the rest of their lives. *Penny Kroening - SHAPE America’s 2016 National Elementary TOY, Penny has over three decades of experience teaching Physical Education and Adapted Physical Education. Penny received her Bachelors of Science in Physical Education from University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse and her Master’s in Education from Carroll University. She is an active member on the Board of Wisconsin Health and Physical Education (WHPE). Currently, she serves as the Wisconsin JRFH/HFH State Coordinator. She is a SHAPE America member and a presenter for Sportime featuring SPARK. You can follow Penny on social media through Twitter @pkroenin, on Facebook at PEKroening. *Tyler Eichas – With over twenty-seven-year experience teaching physical education, Tyler helped organize the nation’s #1 elementary combo Jump & Hoops event in 2016 & 2017 at Plank South Elementary in Webster, NY. Tyler was also a 2015 JRFH grant recipient in Seattle, WA.

December 06, 2017 07:56 AM PST

SHAPE America Podcast hosts Collin, Matt, and Stephanie will openly reflect on the aspects of health and physical education. The focus will be on honest reflections of what life is like being a leader in health and physical education. We will discuss classroom management techniques, technology best practices, assessments, planning, curriculum, models, things that went well and... the things that didn’t go so well. These episodes will be to showcase what educators truly go through, the upsides and downsides, and everything in between. The hosts will discuss what’s happening in their classes, personal goals, professional goals, and self care techniques they are using to stay mentally strong.

November 21, 2017 06:02 AM PST

Listen in as SHAPE America Podcast hosts Collin, Matt, and Stephanie are joined by several health and physical education coordinators as they share what a day in the life of a HPE coordinator entails. This podcast includes insights on best practices in pedagogy, big events that are happening within some HPE coordinator’s districts / schools, what forms of professional development are working for their staff, advice about how to advocate for your program, thoughts on how to start or continue having an ESSA chat with your administration and much more. Guests: *David Gusitich - Asst Principal, New Canaan HS (former HPE Coordinator), * Samuel Karns - Asst. Director of Student Wellness at Spring Branch School District, * Mario Reyna - HPE Admin at Mcallen ISD, * Eric Stern - HPE Coordinator at Palm Beach Schools

November 21, 2017 05:54 AM PST

What are your goals for your school year? What new things are you implementing / adding to your curriculum or program? How do you reflect as an educator? What's in your Action Pack? An Action Pack includes, goals for your school year, new things that you are adding to your curriculum or program, self care, and how you reflect as an educator. Join SHAPE America Podcast Host, Matt Pomeroy, as he interviews Physical Educator, Sara Gietschier-Hartman, and finds out what's in Sarah's Action Plan. Guest: Sarah teaches physical education at Wydown Middle School in Clayton, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. She is the 2018 Central District Middle School Physical Educator of the Year and the 2017 Missouri Middle School Physical Educator of the Year. She advocates for planned, progressive learning in #PhysEd, and her interests lie in standards-based instruction, formative assessment, physical literacy, and outcomes-based learning. Sarah is a collaborator for PHYSEDagogy, a blog dedicated to discussing best practices in the modern physical education classroom. She and the other members of the PHYSEDagogy team organize the #PhysEdSummit, a free online conference for health and physical educators. You can follow Sarah on Twitter @GHSaysRockChalk

November 14, 2017 11:40 AM PST

Listen in as SHAPE America Podcast hosts Collin, Matt, and Stephanie are joined by several health and physical education coordinators as they share what a day in the life of a HPE coordinator entails. This podcast includes insights on best practices in pedagogy, big events that are happening within some HPE coordinator’s districts / schools, what forms of professional development are working for their staff, advice about how to advocate for your program, thoughts on how to start or continue having an ESSA chat with your administration and much more.
Guests: *David Gusitich - Asst Principal, New Canaan HS (former HPE Coordinator), * Samuel Karns - Asst. Director of Student Wellness at Spring Branch School District, * Mario Reyna - HPE Admin at Mcallen ISD, * Eric Stern - HPE Coordinator at Palm Beach Schools

October 24, 2017 10:18 AM PDT

SHAPE America Podcast hosts Collin, Matt, and Stephanie will openly reflect on the aspects of health and physical education. The focus will be on honest reflections of what life is like being a leader in health and physical education. We will discuss classroom management techniques, technology best practices, assessments, planning, curriculum, models, things that went well and... the things that didn’t go so well. These episodes will be to showcase what educators truly go through, the upsides and downsides, and everything in between. The hosts will discuss what’s happening in their classes, personal goals, professional goals, and self care techniques they are using to stay mentally strong.

October 24, 2017 10:00 AM PDT

What are your goals for your school year? What new things are you implementing / adding to your curriculum or program? How do you reflect as an educator? What's in your Action Pack? An Action Pack includes, goals for your school year, new things that you are adding to your curriculum or program, self care, and how you reflect as an educator. Join new SHAPE America Podcast Host, Stephanie Sandino, as she interviews Health Educator, Kimberly Ohara, and finds out what's in Kim's Action Plan.

Guest: Kimberly Ohara is a 9th grade health educator at Ocean View HS in Huntington Beach, California. Before becoming an educator Kimberly worked as a certified athletic trainer in various medical and athletic environments. She holds a masters degree in cross-cultural education. This year she received CAHPERD’s Health Teacher of the Year Award. Kimberly serves as the CAHPERD Vice President of Health and also serves on the legislative health committee for CAHPERD. Her goals are to create meaningful, relevant and skills based experiences in the health classroom.

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.

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