Best Physed podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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The Global PhysEd Voxcast is a podcast that is dedicated to providing health and physical education teachers around the world a platform to learn and share best practices. We use the Voxer application to showcase some of the top educators in our field and attempt to analyze their success. The Global PhysEd Voxcast has included topics such as standards-based instruction, neuroscience, mindfulness, and social justice. We attempt to bring you topical issues that will improve your teaching and u ...
 
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Stories from around the #PhysEd world to inspire and innovate your practice. Join host Nathan Horne from iPhys-Ed.com as he explores the world of physical education and coaching.
 
The SHAPE America Podcast, hosted by Matt Pomeroy, Collin Brooks, and Stephanie Sandino, is here to bring you monthly professional development wherever you take your mobile device or computer. This one stop monthly professional development tool features interviews with SHAPE America Teachers of the Year and other physical education champions discussing relevant health and physical education topics. The goals of this podcast are to provide you with tips from leaders in our community, challeng ...
 
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Angela Hanscom is a pediatric occupational therapist and the founder of TimberNook, which focuses on nature-centered developmental programming in New England. Angela holds a master’s degree in occupational therapy and an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology (the study of movement) with a concentration in health fitness. She specializes in vestib ...…
 
Adam Lewis Walker is a former physical education teacher turned #1 best-selling author, coach, speaker, and podcast guru. In this podcast, Andy Milne and Adam talk about how to Awaken Your Alpha. Check out Adam Lewis Walker on twitter, @AwakenYourAlpha.http://www.ayalpha.com/
 
Through his website, ThePESpecialist.com, Ben has been able to mentor hundreds of teachers worldwide and is a media wizard. In this episode we chat about the Conflict Corner, teaching procedures, and purposeful physical education.
 
Dr. Michael Hynes works as a public school superintendent of schools on Long Island. His mission is to spread the message of the importance of a holistic approach to educating children. He emphasizes the importance of play and recess in schools and yoga and mindfulness in the classroom.An educator, scholar and thought leader, Michael Hynes work ...…
 
Dr. Aaron Beighle holds a Ph.D. from Arizona State University specializing in physical education and physical activity for youth. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion at the University of Kentucky.Dr. Beighle has worked with school districts, recreation programs, and youth sport organizations across ...…
 
Winter break and the start of 2019 is the perfect time for teachers to reflect on the first half of their academic year. In this episode, podcast hosts Matt, Collin and Stephanie share what’s happening in their lives, in their classes, and professionally, outside of their classes. Listen in to hear reflections from health and physical educators ...…
 
In this episode, Andy Vasily and I reflect on my last unit of instruction and talk about the timeline of my current unit.
 
Lynne Kenney, Psy.D., is a practicing pediatric psychologist, author and international educator in Scottsdale, AZ. With a keen interest in changing the trajectory of children’s learning through cognitive-exercise, Dr. Kenney is known for developing classroom activities which integrate neuroscience and physical education to improve executive fun ...…
 
Rick Howard is an expert in the field of Long Term Athletic Development, in particular how we can assist young people to have a happy, healthy and successful life through athletic development. In this episode we discuss LTAD, Fitness Testing and Physical Education.
 
In this episode, podcast co-host Matt Pomeroy interviews Kevin Tiller, physical education teacher at West Elementary School in Andover, MA, and 2015 MAHPERD Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year. Listen in as Kevin shares what’s in his “Action Pack” — his goals for the year, new things he is adding to his curriculum or program, self ...…
 
"A Moving Child is a Learning Child." Gill is a globally recognized child development authority, specializing in the foundations of learning through movement and play. Gill provides developmental expertise to parents, preschools, schools, and international companies such as Hasbro, Inc., based on her 30+ years in preschool and primary *educatio ...…
 
Zack Smith is a K1 physical education teacher at the KAUST school in Saudi Arabia. In this episode Zack discusses how he plans his units and activities, sets up his environment as a learning tool, and how his teaching philosophy informs his decision making. Twitter: @mrzackpe
 
In this episode Justin Schleider continues his exploration into what happened to Jump Rope for Heart and where we go from here. Be sure to checkout Justin's first interview with SHAPE America CEO Stephanie Morris, bit.ly/voxcast158
 
Melanie Levenberg is the founder of Dance Pl3y, and has working with organizations such as OPHEA, Kingston Gets Active, PHE Canada, Vivo for Healthier Generations, The University of Western Ontario, Les Mills International, Korea National Sport University and Move Live Learn. Melanie has presented around the world and has even spend sometime ti ...…
 
In this episode, podcast co-host Stephanie Sandino interviews Martha Lopez-Anderson, executive director of Parent Heart Watch. This national organization helps communities understand the true incidence of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in youth, appraise risk factors, access preventative health care, apply life-saving skills, and advocate for sudd ...…
 
Frank Forencich received a BA from Stanford University and his human biology and neuroscience teaching credentials from Humboldt State University. He holds a black belt rank in karate and aikido and has twenty-five years teaching experience in functional fitness and martial arts.Franks Amazon Page: https://www.amazon.com/Frank-Forencich/e/B001K ...…
 
Melanie believes that through movement you can do more than just help people get fit – that you can foster community, positive mindsets and vibrant health. Her goal is to help people discover, practice and maintain a positive and playful mindset towards physical activity and lifelong active living. In this episode of the #PhysEdcast I chat with ...…
 
Five to Thrive1. Commit to making a positive difference and write it down2. Respect yourself and others3. Believe what you do matters4. Relationships precede learning, and well, everything5. Live with purposehttps://www.gophersport.com/blog/five-to-thrive-tips-for-physical-education-teachers/
 
Retired Physical Education and Athletics Coordinator for the Surrey School District, Glenn is a curriculum specialist with significant understanding of teaching and learning in physical education. He has been a sessional lecturer at Douglas College working with practicing teachers in post-degree diploma programs as well as teaching the Physical ...…
 
In this podcast Justin Schleider and Stephanie Morris discuss the relationship between SHAPE America and the American Heart Association, the future of health and physical education fund raising through, and how we can help support our state and national organizations.
 
In this episode, we're joined by three dynamic PE teachers representing different grade levels: MIchael Morris (elementary); Mark Foellmer (middle school); and Jo Baily (high school). Whether this is your first year teaching or your umpteenth year in the profession, you'll learn some new tricks during this podcast to help with classroom managem ...…
 
Matt is a Kinesiology Ph.D. Candidate, with a primary emphasis on Exercise Psychology. His focus on the relationship between physical activity intensity and affective responses. More specifically, he is interested in how affective and emotional experiences during childhood contribute to adult physical activity attitudes and decision-making, as ...…
 
In this episode Andy Vasily and I go through a reflection roadmap and unpack some of the data he collected during one of my classes. This was one of my more challenging classes and because of this the lesson did not go as planned. However, as part of the reflection process, we discuss what went right and what went wrong and how we can improve t ...…
 
If you are a preservice teacher, you won’t want to miss this episode! Listen in as podcast co-host Collin Brooks and a class of preservice teachers interview SHAPE America President Judy LoBianco. Key takeaways include: • Advice on preparing for your first job in health education or physical education;• Insight about what physical education adm ...…
 
A very special episode of The #PhysEdcast where I chat with Matt Ladwig from Iowa State University about the research featured recently in the New York Times and on Fox News. Matt shares the research where he and his colleagues have found that how we felt during gym classes years or decades ago may shape how we feel about exercise today and whe ...…
 
David is a physical education teacher in Ottawa. He is passionate about helping his student find there journey towards physical literacy and health literacy. Check him out on twitter @HPE_Teacher and his website at https://sites.google.com/cepeo.on.ca/epsjs/M-David-Benay?authuser=0
 
In this episode Andy Vasily and I meet to plan out my first unit of instruction. Here is a link to the 8 week plan laying out the key concepts,https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xWhnA0i36IZ1a27jx2Z2HXbz2ujJ5dOS
 
Physical Education is not a privilege to be denied as punishment. In this episode I chat with Dr. Doug Gleddie from the University of Alberta and we discuss how the missing of #PhysEd and recess are often used as punishment for misbehavior.
 
This is the our first podcast from Saudi Arabia. In this episode we have a round table discussion with Andy Vasily, Zack Smith and Evan Bryceland about the our experiences in KAUST and our plans for the up coming school year.
 
In this episode, Matt interviews physical educators Sarah Heidl and Stephanie Sandino. Listen in to learn how they got started in education, how they began their leadership journey, and how they got into leadership positions. Key takeaways include: • Insight about the different ways to enter leadership positions;• Examples of different leadersh ...…
 
The “Building an HPE Dynasty” series spotlights professionals within our field who have built a strong program from the ground up. In this episode, we’re joined by Bob Pangrazi, who worked with many physical educators to build a strong HPE program in Mesa, AZ. Bob has been an educator for more than 50 years. He began his career as a fifth-grade ...…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by two leaders in health education: Claudia Brown, president of the Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, and Jamie Sparks, SHAPE America president-elect. Listen in to learn how Claudia and Jamie got started in education, how they began their leadership journey, and how they ...…
 
Dr. Stephen Harvey is an Associate Professor in Coaching Education at Ohio University. In this conversation, we cover Game Centred Approaches like Teaching Games for Understanding, Game Sense and Play Practice. Stephen is an expert in the area of coach & teacher education and you can find more detail about his research and publications at drste ...…
 
For health and physical educators, summer is prime time for professional development! In this episode, Stephanie and Matt each share their Top 5 summer PD options. Learn about each and decide which ones are a good fit for your summer learning!
 
Robert Pangrazi is a Professor Emeritus at Arizona StateUniversity and an Educational Consultant for Gopher Sportand The U.S. Tennis Association. He began his career as a 5thgrade teacher and was an ASU professor of physicaleducation for 32 years. Dr. Pangrazi’s physical educationtextbooks have sold more than 750,000 copies. Pangrazi haspublish ...…
 
Summer is the perfect time for teachers to reflect on the previous academic year. In this episode, our podcast hosts each share three successes they had this year and three things they hope to improve next year. Listen in to hear reflections from health and physical educators — you just might relate!…
 
Sue Scheppele is a passionate physical education teacher in Houston ISD. Sue attended the University of Delaware and was a former competitive body builder. She found her passion as a physical education teacher and is a strong advocate for social justice. Sue was recently awarded the Drs. Emil and Anna Steinberger Award for Teaching Excellence b ...…
 
A conversation with the man behind The Great Activities Publishing Company. Creator of The National PE & School SportInstitute. 2004 National Physical Education Administrator of the Year and the "nation's leading expert for K-12 health and physical education." Artie is wise, warm, generous and always puts others before himself. Sit back relax a ...…
 
In this episode — which originally aired in November 2016 — we’re joined by Jessica Shawley, National Board Certified physical educator and 2012 SHAPE America National Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year. Listen in to learn about Jessica’s experience as a teacher leader and hear segments from her teacher leadership audio reflec ...…
 
Peter Gray, Ph.D., research professor at Boston College, is author of Free to Learn (Basic Books, 2013). He has conducted and published research in comparative, evolutionary, developmental, and educational psychology. He did his undergraduate study at Columbia University and earned a Ph.D. in biological sciences at Rockefeller University. His c ...…
 
Jody Duff is the 2018 SHAPE America Adapted Teacher of the Year. Check her out on social media.Twitter: @JudysAPEFacebook: www.facebook.com/JodysAPE/YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?t=16s&v=hUOLlqnNPY0&app=desktop
 
Leticia is an international teacher currently in Cambodia. She is from Spain and has taught in USA,Thailand, China and Cambodia. She is currently in an IB PYP school.Follow Leticia Carino on Twitter:@leticarinoinspiredbymovementblog.wordpress.com/
 
In this episode, we’re joined by Michelle Carter, SHAPE America senior program manager, and Dr. Shannon Michael, health scientist in the Division of Population Health, School Health Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Listen in to learn why recess is so important and how you can advocate for a recess program in your ...…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by Michelle Carter, SHAPE America senior program manager, and Dr. Shannon Michael, health scientist in the Division of Population Health, School Health Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Listen in to learn why recess is so important and how you can advocate for a recess program in your ...…
 
Erik is the current NJAHPERD Elementary PE Teacher of the Year and an original member of the Voxcast. In this podcast we talk to Erik about his journey into education and some of his inspirations in education.Follow Erik on Twitter: @erik_myer
 
Progress in HPEJudy LoBianco is the president of SHAPE America and the supervisor of health and physical education for the more than 5,900 students in the Livingston School District in Livingston, New Jersey. She is responsible for curriculum development, equipment and program purchases as well as staff professional development.…
 
In this episode, more health and physical educators from across the country share their personal reflections on “self-care.” Listen in to gather tips and ideas that will help you on your self-care journey, including:• Negative signs that indicate it’s time to focus more on self-care;• Useful self-care methods and routines;• Learning to set limi ...…
 
In this episode, health and physical educators from across the country share their personal reflections on “self-care.” Listen in to gather tips and ideas that will help you on your self-care journey, including:• Negative signs that indicate it’s time to focus more on self-care;• Useful self-care methods and routines;• Learning to set limits fo ...…
 
Blue Jay Bridge is a K-6 physical education in Canada. In this podcast we talk about how he became a physical educator and the lessons he has learned along the way. Follow Blue Jay Bridge:@MrBridge204PhysEdSource.com
 
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