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The #PhysEd Show
45 minutes | 4 days ago
My Standards-Based Striking & Fielding Games Unit!
Learn more about the standards-based striking and fielding games unit that I designed for my grade 6 students in this episode of The #PhysEd Show Podcast! This episode will walk you through - step-by-step - the process I use to design standards-based units for my physical education program. In it, you will learn: The SHAPE America grade-level outcomes that I built this unit around. How I determined the evidence of learning I would seek out throughout the unit. The assessment tools I created/used to capture that evidence. The learning activities I built to help students develop the skills, knowledge, and understandings outlined in the grade-level outcomes. This podcast was recorded to complement the MASSIVE Teacher Pack blog post that I wrote for this unit. Be sure to check that post out to learn more! Show Links: ⚾️The Striking & Fielding Games Teacher Pack (Blog Post) 📑The Striking & Fielding Games Teacher Pack (Resources) 🎓#PhysEdU Standards-Based Instructional Design Course (Use code "LEARNWITHJOEY" at checkout - valid until December 31, 2020) 🗺Designing Learning Roadmaps | The #PhysEd Show Vlog (subscribe to my channel on Youtube!) 💯Meaningful Grades In Physical Education (Blog Post) 🗂Student Portfolios in Physical Education (Blog Post) 📱Numbers Gradebooks (Blog Post)
20 minutes | 9 months ago
Jigsaw Learning in Physical Education
Learn more about how you can use the jigsaw method - a cooperative learning strategy - to help your students feel more engaged, active, and valued in your lessons!
20 minutes | 10 months ago
The SAMR Model
Learn more about you can gradually and purposefully integrate technology into your teaching in this episode of The #PhysEd Show!
22 minutes | 10 months ago
Teaching With Intention
Learn more about how to set clear intentions for learning in your physical education lessons in this episode of The #PhysEd Show!
18 minutes | a year ago
Setting Professional Growth Goals
Learn more about how to set effective, measurable goals for your professional growth as a physical education teacher in this episode of The #PhysEd Show!
52 minutes | 2 years ago
Student Feedback In Physical Education
For years now, I've wanted to have my students assess my teaching in order to help me set better goals for my professional development. This past June, in a year that involved a huge amount of personal and professional changes in my life that I feared had an negative impact on my teaching, I had my grade six class anonymously assess my teaching. Listen in to learn more about what they were asked, how they answered, and where I'll be going from here!
41 minutes | 3 years ago
Physical Literacy: A Parent's Perspective w/ Amanda Stanec
As a soon-to-be dad, I've been thinking a lot lately about how I am going to help raise my son into a physically literate individual. To learn more about physical literacy from a parent's perspective, I invited Dr. Amanda Stanec onto the show. Listen in to learn more about physical literacy, the community players who influence the development of it, and the role that parents can play to help their children value and participate in physical activity.
24 minutes | 3 years ago
Assessment For Learning w/ Terri Drain
In this episode, I invited Terri Drain onto the show to share her thoughts, ideas, and experience in regards to assessment for learning. Listen in to learn more about the difference between assessment FOR learning and assessment OF learning, to hear about what assessment for learning can look like in a physical education lesson, and to figure out what steps you can be taking today in order to make assessment for learning a part of your teaching practice!
11 minutes | 3 years ago
Walk & Talks In Physical Education
In this very first podcast episode of The #PhysEd Show, I share one of my favourite teaching tactics: Walk & Talks! Listen in to learn how I use this tactic in my teaching and how I plan on improving the procedures surrounding it in order to create opportunities for student conversations that are both equitable and deep!
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