In this episode of The PE Geek podcast we chat with Physical Educator, Brenda Tang and explore her journey to the PE classroom. Throughout the episode we discuss the importance of starting with a solid foundation of good practice when exploring technology in your classroom.
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In this episode of The PE Geek podcast we speak with PE Teacher Bailee Sandsmark and explore a variety of tools and strategies for using technology in the PE Classroom. We also discuss the power of crowd funding through sites such as Donors Choose & how she's be able to leverage these to acquire technology in her program.
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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast we interview Julia Sargent and explore why teachers are introducing emerging technologies in their practice even though they're not required too. The conversation moves between a variety of deep topics around the area of introducing technologies into our practices & how we can ensure that learning remains the focus.
Digital Technology in PhysEd
University profile & LinkedIn Profiles
In the 100th episode of The PE Geek Podcast we celebrate by sharing 100 different ways that you can introduce Technologies into your Physical Education classroom. On their own the ideas won't transform your teaching, but our goal here is to spark the curiosity that drives exploration of these ideas in your lessons.
In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast we speak with Joel Smedes a passionate Phys Ed teacher working in Laos.
Throughout the episode we explore how he got started using technologies and how he's applied these to aquatic lessons.
In this episode of The PE Geek podcast we speak with Mark Collard from Playmeo.com. He is the founder and director of playmeo, a small professional development company which specialises in helping program leaders all over the world design and deliver remarkably fun programs that make a difference in the lives and performance of their groups. A recurring theme throughout the episode is the power of teachers creating authentic connections with their students before moving onto any content.
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In this episode of The PE Geek podcast I speak with Alison Leathwood, a passionate Canadian Physical Educator working in Vietnam. Throughout the episode we explore her journey to the International teaching sector & how she began to leverage technologies in her practice.
In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast, we explore the pro's and con's of the iPad (Tablet) & Chromebook's in Physical Education. In recent years, Chromebooks have been dominating the education market, however, are they the best fit for PhysED? Before we decide the ultimate winner, we battle over a variety of categories including;
Battery life and management
In this episode of The PE Geek podcast, I discuss the famous iOS vs Android question from the perspective of a PE Teacher or school looking to introduce one of the platforms into their practice. Before we decide the ultimate winner, we set the battle over a variety of categories including;
Affordability, interface, and apps
App store usability
Battery life and management
One of my earliest memories of the internet revolves around me slaving away in my bedroom creating my very first website. Flash forward to today and it’s now possible for literally anyone with an internet connection to build a stunning website in a matter of minutes to hours. During this episode of The PE Geek podcast I share some of the resources available for PE Teachers to build their very own websites.
Resources mentioned in this episode
Weebly & Weebly Education
Strikingly & WordPress
Self Hosted WordPress