In this, part 2 of the a recent recording of a session from the ConnectedPE Online Conference in 2016, we share some more tools & strategies you can use to live a more optimised life. These provide us with opportunities to leverage time, making us more efficiently & effective in our teaching endevours.
In this episode of the ConnectedPE Podcast we feature a recording from the recent ConnectedPE Online Conference. Throughout the episode I share how our fixed capacity of 168 Hours is all you ever get each week. The problem is that your list of jobs seems to increase and you feel like you're quite literally at breaking point. Join me as I uncover tools and strategies you can utilise to optimise your life and be more productive & therefore free you up to help your students. In particular we explore;
- The 80:20 Rule
- Systems for Priority
- Email Management.
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In this episode of the ConnectedPE podcast we're joined by community member and passionate PhysED teacher Dan Popescu. Dan shares his journey from his home country of Romania to the classroom in the United Arab Emirates & China. Throughout the episode we discuss his recent PYP Parkour & Urban Dance Unit that was taught in collaboration with arts and music and ended with a Learning Celebration. This session was exceptionally well received as part of the ConnectedPE Online Conference. Dan is a shining example of how passion, sharing & an enthusiasm for our subject area reaps rewards.
In this episode of The ConnectedPE Podcast we discuss the popular Sports Education Model and how I structure the model within my PE Classrooms, walking you though each step of.. For those unfamiliar, The Sport Education or SEPEP model seeks to provide an authentic means for students to engage in Physical Education. It reflects the practices of social competitions outside of a school context while also working toward building a more student centred learning environment. Success using this model is achieved by giving teachers an opportunity to take a step back from the traditional ‘direct instruction’ method ultimately enabling students to guide their own learning with their peers.
These values are sought through team affiliation, festivity, responsibility, formal competition, competitiveness, reward and fun. To achieve this, the model drives students to take on roles & responsibilities that are outside the traditional boundaries of physical education. These roles can vary depending on a school’s resources, however, include anything from; umpiring, coaching, timekeeping, scoring, media teams, statisticians and much more.
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In this episode of the ConnectedPE Podcast we share a recording from a recent LIVE training held inside the ConnectedPE Community. Dean shares research highlighting how most of the things we do in the classroom have a positive impact on academic achievement, with the most important aspect being how much of an impact is felt. He also touches on the best arguments you can raise with policy makers for the inclusion of daily physical education at your school
Dean is also a Keynote Speaker & Masterclass leader for the 2016 ConnectedPE Conference in Dubai.
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During this episode of The ConnectedPE Podcast we explore a recording from the recent online conference. During the session I'm joined by Carl Condliffe of www.mystudyseries.co.nz, who highlights exactly what flipped learning in physical education is, why you should flip, and ways you can go about flipping your own classes.
The practical nature of the physical education learning area makes it extremely well suited to a flipped classroom approach. The flipped classroom model involves a reversal of traditional teaching, where students are exposed to new learning material outside of timetabled classes. This can be done in a number of ways, but the use of video in the flipped classroom is becoming more popular.
In this episode of the ConnectedPE Podcast we speak with Keynote Speaker & Masterclass leader for the 2016 ConnectedPE Conference in Dubai. Andy discusses his upcoming keynote surrounding how empowering ourselves to be the best educators that we can be requires us to deeply examine our own narratives in an effort to uncover any potential biases that we may hold. We also speak about his journey through the international teaching circuit & how these opportunities are available to all.
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In this episode of the ConnectedPE Podcast we're joined by the amazing Mel Hamada who shares how she utilises Essential Questions/Guiding Questions and Inquiry in her Physed classes. We touch on some practical games examples of what Inquiry and Conceptual based learning look like in her Physed classes through Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) Models. Finally we also discuss her journey to the PhysEd classroom and how the profession has enabled her to travel the world.
We also discuss her upcoming Masterclass at the ConnectedPE Conference in Dubai.
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During this episode of The ConnectedPE Podcast we explore a recording from the recent online conference. During the session I'm joined by Ryan Ellis of the PE Umbrella, who highlights the ever changing 'avatar' of children in primary/elementary schools of today and focus on how to guide students to intrinsically motivate themselves in Physical Education.
Children are born naturally curious and self motivated to explore and seek answers. Where and when does this change? During the episode, Ryan will share ideas based on research that can help Primary and PE teachers continue nurturing intrinsic motivation amongst their students by focusing on three key areas in their lessons/teaching: Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose.
In this episode of The ConnectedPE Podcast we speak with Community member Pat Coleman about this journey to the Physical Education classroom. Pat shares his journey and speaks about some of the various ways he's utilised technologies within his practice.
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