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#112 Work Smarter, not Harder with Adam Llevo
August 13, 2017 08:48 PM PDT
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Adam is a physical educator originally from England, but has taught in England, China and Saudi Arabia across all ages. He has presented at a number of conferences across the world sharing his love of physical education and meaningful technology to educators from all subjects, not just PE. When Adam is not teaching he enjoys collaborating on projects with educators from across the globe and sharing his knowledge, via his blog or social media. Adam is a Google Certified Educator and Google Innovator who enjoys using his knowledge to making his life easier, by working smarter, not harder.

#111 Adapted PE with Kelly Kennedy
August 07, 2017 03:35 PM PDT
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Kelly Kennedy is the 2016-2017 SHAPE Central District Adapted Physical Education Teacher
of the Year. She has just finished her 25th year of teaching and works for the Greeley-Evans School District 6 in Colorado to provide quality physical education services for students
with disabilities, grades K-12. She also provides community recreation opportunities for her students such as adapted aquatics and Special Olympics bowling, basketball, snowshoeing, and track & field. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education with a licensure
in Adapted Physical Education from St. Cloud State University and a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science with a concentration in Adapted Physical Education from the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville.

#110 One Word, One Community
July 31, 2017 08:40 PM PDT
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This is the audio version of the second keynote speech delivered by the Physedagogy Team on Tuesday, July 25th at the National Physical Education and School Sport Institute. Check out all the keynote speeches and more at www.nationalpe.com.
Also, if you'd like to be a part of the One Word, One Community blog post check out physedagogy.com/blog.

#109 Quality PE Program with Mario Reyna
July 16, 2017 03:04 PM PDT
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Mario Reyna has come from the same neighborhoods as the children he taught for so many years. He was born in San Juan, Texas, just a few miles from the border with Mexico. Like many families in the area, he grew up in poverty but always remained proud of his heritage. As a child, his family migrated to the Texas Panhandle area, Oklahoma, Colorado, Illinois and Wisconsin each summer. Since he was too young to
work, Mario spent many countless days in a car in the heat and surrounded by gnats. He feared leaving the car because of the presence of rattlesnakes. During this time, the desire to get a higher education and to be highly driven germinated. On many occasions, Reyna was told he could not:
• play high school basketball because of his physical size AND he ended up starting on his varsity team;
• get a college degree because of his low ACT scores and College entrance exams AND he ended up graduating with a 4.0 GPA in his master's work;
• umpire college baseball AND he umpired at the college level for 10 years;
• become state President of TAHPERD because he is a Hispanic AND he was elected to President in
2010; and,
• He would not be a leader because he is soft spoken/quite in nature AND the rest is history...
Reyna graduated from the Pan American University in 1981. He earned a Masters of Education degree in 1990 from the University of Texas - Pan American. He worked as a physical education teacher for 22 years. In 1997, he was selected the Elementary District Teacher of The Year. To date, he is the only physical education teacher to be selected as District Teacher of The Year. As an administrator for 14 years, his highlights include:
• TAHPERD Honor Award;
• TAHPERD Texas K-12 Administrator of The Year;
• SHAPE America Channing Mann Physical Education Administrator of The Year;
• TAHPERD President;
• Carol White Physical Education (PEP) grant ($1.9 million) and,
• McAllen ISD Board Recognitions
At the state level, Reyna has participated on the TAHPERD Curriculum Framework and TAHPERD Legislative Team; he also participated in the Fitnessgram Trainer of Trainers program. At the local level, he helped to create the Rio Grande Valley Health and Physical Education Leaders group with the purpose to collaborate on issues that impact our professions.
On February 25, 2014, Reyna was invited to the White House by Michelle Obama. On March 23, 2014, former First Lady Hillary Clinton applauded the McAllen ISD and the partnership with the Let's Move! Active Schools and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation (AHG). In September 2015, Dr. Howell Wechsler, CEO of the AHG stated, "Congratulations to your amazing Health, Wellness and Physical Education leader Mario Reyna. Your leadership has been critical to making this historic (McAllen ISD's successful award-winning participation with the AHG) achievement possible."


PhysEd Talk with Paul Zientarski
July 09, 2017 09:03 PM PDT
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This episode feature Paul Zientarski in our very first PhysEd Talk. Paul has more than 40 years experience in the field of education. His TEDx Talk, Want Smarter, Healthier Kids? Try Physical Education, has been viewed over 72,000 times. He is the founder of Learning Readiness PE and has been a featured speaker all over the world.

Learning Readiness PE

TED Talk

#108 Get Connected with EduMatch
July 06, 2017 09:32 AM PDT
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In this podcast we talk with Sarah Thomas (@sarahdateechur) about some up coming events. Checkout the blog on physedagogy.com and the following links for more information.




#107 Justin Schleider AMA
July 03, 2017 10:38 AM PDT
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This podcast is on Ask Me Anything with Justin Schleider. Check him out on Twitter @schleiderJustin and his blog at SlowChatPE.com

PhysEd Google Drive https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BzTFleoMvB0sQTl2NC1idHFMX0U

#106 DPS Summer PE and Dance Institute
June 25, 2017 10:23 PM PDT
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This episode is a round table discussion from the Denver Public Schools Physical Education and Dance Summer Institute.

#105 Aussie PhysEd
June 18, 2017 01:25 PM PDT
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This episode features some of the best educators in Australia, Andy Hair, Arron Gardiner and Nathan Weaver. The group shares their thoughts on standards-based PE, students-centered learning, cricket and much more. Get ready, because the Aussie PhysEd crew is planning a trip to SHAPE Nashville.

#104 Finding Joy in PE with Dr. Scott Kretchmar
June 04, 2017 08:11 PM PDT
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Dr. Scott Kretchmar is a professor at Penn State University. His research interests include the metaphysics and ethics of games, play, and sport anthropological philosophy, in particular, the role of games and play in human evolution and theory of mind and the intellectual requirements of sporting activity. In this podcast we talk to Dr. Kretchmar about finding the joy of life with the help of physical education.

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