Welcome to The PE Umbrella Podcast, Episode 64! In this very special end of year review, I look back at my 'What I've Learned' moments from all of my guests over the past 12 months and condense them into my top 5! I share with you key takeaways that have helped shape my own teaching and views on being a teacher in positive ways, with the hope they do the same for you as we head into 2017! So note pad and pen at the ready... I'll see you 'Under the Umbrella'
Welcome to the PE Umbrella podcast, episode 63. In this episode I am joined by Jorge Rodriguez, PE teacher in Houston, Texas and host/producer of the stunning Global Physed Voxcast! In this phenomenal episode we talk about all things PhysEd including what he has learned about his teaching this year, his biggest takeaways from producing his own podcast, what a typical lesson looks like and what is his BEST LESSON EVER! Plus, I ask Jorge the regular show favourites including why PE, favourite warm up and top class management tip! I hope Santa brought you a note pad and pen because you're going to need it! So what are you waiting for? Come and join us both 'Under the Umbrella'
Welcome to the PE Umbrella podcast, episode 62. In this episode I am joined by Pete Charrette, a K-5 Elementary Physed teacher & 2009 GAHPERD Elem PE Teacher of the Year, Pete has 29 years teaching experience under his belt. Perhaps better known under the name of "Cap'n Pete", he is the proud creator of some 450+ resources for Physed on Teachers pay Teachers and a big advocate for driving physical education forward! In this episode we delve into some of Pete's favourite resources, top class management advice and his plans for delving into the TGFU model in his teaching during the new year! So what are you waiting for? Come and join us both 'Under the Umbrella'
Welcome to episode 61 of The PE Umbrella Podcast. This week, I dive into more reflections and delve into the world of language and motivation, dancing around both issues as I seek to suggest ways in which the language you use can impact your students. In the episode I cover thoughts around Carol Dweck's Growth Mindset concept and guide you towards The Physical Educator to become a YETI as well as share an inspiring 'Yet' story from the professional world of sport. I also question the use of 'Practice' as part of teaching vocabulary and voice how I think it can be seen as a negative and uninspiring way to look at doing things. I offer up alternatives and set you, the listeners a challenge ready to take up in your own teaching this week. So what are you waiting for? Come on over and join me Under the Umbrella!
Welcome to episode 60 of The PE Umbrella Podcast. In this episode I am joined by our second EVER repeat guest, Primary School PE Co-ordinator and models based practice advocate, Ryan Forwood. It was a real pleasure to speak with Ryan again and this episode runs as more of an informal discussion than a Q+A. I check in with what Ryan has been doing at his school in the past 9 months and discover how he is able to serve morning, lunch and after school clubs five days a week! He also shares with us his major successes and insights into the Sport Education and Co-operative learning models, highlighting how persistence pays off. Not people to shy away from controversy, we also dive into the topic of dodgeball and whether we feel it has a place in any school setting and what lessons (if any) can be learned from it! So fasten your seatbelt and Come join us both 'Under the PE Umbrella'