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!
On this episode of the SHAPE America Podcast, Carly Wright and Karen Johnson chat with Sean about the fallout from the election.
What does a Biden Administration mean for education?
Who are some front-runners for the Secretary of Education position?
What is the makeup of the new Congress?
What is on the legislative agenda?
Plus listen in for exclusive breaking news about Speak Out Day 2021!
More advocacy information: https://www.shapeamerica.org/advocacy
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How does the social media guru from Missouri practice self-care and how does one get their start in social media? Find out on this episode of the SHAPE America podcast as Sean chats with Guy Danhoff of Missouri.
Hear about what Guy does, how you can be a better advocate on social media, how Guy manages being on social media all of the time with his mental wellness and some great stories from before he got into this world!
Follow Guy on Twitter - @GuyDanhoff
His story went viral and now hear from the man himself! Darrion "DC" Cockrell, the 2021 Missouri Teacher of the Year, is a physical education teacher at Crestwood Elementary School in St. Louis Missouri.
Sean and DC chat about DC's humble beginnings, how he was able to turn his life around and become a physical education teacher, why physical education is the most important subject in school and much more! You do not want to miss this conversation.
Here is his Teacher of the Year acceptance speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTmHpGY_EGA
World Kindness Day is coming up November 13th and we have the Huff sisters, Michelle Huff and Stephaine Huff from New Jersey on to talk about the success they’ve had in promoting kindness in their schools and the pivots they had to make due to COVID.
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Michelle Huff @mshuff_HPE
Stephaine Huff → @ms_huffphysed
Stephanie chats with Natalia Mehlman Petrzela, an American historian, specializing in the culture of the modern United States. Natalia is working on a book about American fitness culture and helped lead the session we participated in with PBS NewsHour last month.
What are the three most powerful words?
Find out on episode 127 of the SHAPE America podcast as we’re joined by PE teacher & MOSHAPE member Anna Forcelledo of St. Louis, MO.
The birthday girl and Sean start by sharing the story of how their paths have collided in the field and then into this new world of education with distance & online learning.
Anna, who is also a wellness expert, talks about the things she does to address her physical and mental health.
We are joined by Daniel Ogunyemi from Burrell Behavioral Health. Daniel is a Learning, Development and Inclusion partner at Burrell Behavioral Health and focuses on advancing, expanding and improving behavioral health with a focus on inclusion.
Daniel and Sean have partnered with young professionals and community leaders in promoting diversity and inclusion.
Their conversation started with the importance of the growing profession of equity, diversity, and inclusion and then they dove deep into mental health and the disparities that teachers and students of color face.
They rounded out the conversation talking about how physical activity and sports can benefit marginalized students and addressed the community involvement aspect of the WSCC model