Sean is joined by Annie Forrest and Emily Lloyd, Engagement Managers with One Love Foundation. The One Love foundation's mission is to educate young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships and empower them to avoid abuse and learn how to love better.
Yards for Yeardley:
Sean chats with Dr. Angela Glymph and High-School Senior Brandon Nguyen from Peer Health Exchange about the work they do, why health equity is more important now than ever, specific resources they have created and more!
Peer Health Exchange: https://www.peerhealthexchange.org/
Brandon Nguyen, pronouns he, him, his, is a current 12th-grade student at Vaughn International Studies Academy located in Pacoima, California. He participated in Peer Health Exchange’s program during his 9th-grade year and is now a Youth Advisory Board Member for Peer Health Exchange. Brandon is passionate about building positive school environments, access to education, and advocating for health education.
Dr. Angela Glymph, pronouns she, her, hers, joined Peer Health Exchange in February of 2014. As the Vice President of Programs and Strategic Learning, she leads Peer Health Exchange’s national vision and strategy for program impact to build a more integrated model for health education. She is responsible for actualizing Peer Health Exchange’s vision for advancing healthy equity to improve health outcomes for young people, overseeing Peer Health Exchange’s program design and evaluation priorities nationally, and leading the National Program team. Angela has 10 years of combined experience in the fields of program evaluation, psychological and educational research, educational assessment, statistics, and psychometrics. Prior to joining Peer Health Exchange, Angela worked for the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), which is the statistical arm of the US Department of Education. At NCES, Angela worked on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), where she was responsible for the design, analysis, reporting, and dissemination of NAEP assessment data, as well as managing quality assurance activities and program evaluation work in NAEP. She is published, and frequently asked to make presentations and sit on professional panels based on her expertise in her field. Angela has a doctorate and Master’s degree in psychology from Howard University and a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Sean checks in with LaDonda Porter about how her school year is going, the history of Black History Month, resources LaDonda has created and they tap into her background in library studies to get some book recommendations to close the show.
Resource Library: shapeamerica.org/COVID_Resource_Library#Cit
March to Montgomery Warm Up:
Sean is joined by Risto Marttinen, an Assistant Professor at George Mason University & K. Andrew R. Richards, an Assistant Professor at The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to discuss I love P.E. week (#CareerWhy)! They discuss why each of them love P.E., their journeys into the profession, why recruitment is so important, what we can do to improve recruitment and more!
Follow #CareerWhy on Twitter and read Kevin's article from JOPERD about recruitment: https://t.co/UHLIYu8vj5?amp=1
Sean is joined by SHAPE America's President Brett Fuller.
They discuss Brett's journey to becoming president, takeaways from the recent BOD meeting, equity, diversity and inclusion, how we can take what we have learned forward, and more!
More information about #SHAPEVirtual: http://convention.shapeamerica.org/
Sean is joined by Ryan Armstrong and Nick Skarda from Missouri to talk about new virtual lessons they have created and the process behind their creation. The duo also shares their stories on how they have navigated virtual teaching.
COVID19 Resources: https://www.shapeamerica.org/COVID_Resource_Library#Cit
Ultimate Virtual PE Lesson Slides - Ryan Armstrong & Nick Skarda:
Sean sits down with Stephanie Morris, the CEO of SHAPE America to catch up and hear about all of the comings and goings around the organization. They chat about the SHAPE America acquiring the copyright to the National Health Education Standards, virtual convention (including the announcement of the first keynote!) and the ongoing equity, diversity and inclusion work the organization is undertaking.
For more information about the EDI work & roundtable, check out: https://www.shapeamerica.org/about/leaders/EDI_Task_Force.aspx
For more information about #SHAPEVirtual, check out: https://convention.shapeamerica.org/
This week on Unplugged Stephanie is joined by Claudette McCluney-Hall. Claudette works for Prince George’s County Public Schools in Maryland and was recently featured on our #SHAPEHealthEd Twitter chat regarding Teaching Social Justice in #HealthEd. Stephanie and Claudette talked about connecting with students virtually, building authentic relationships with your students, getting to know your students as people and more!