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The #PhysEd Podcast #009

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In this episode of The #PhysEd Podcast, Joey & Nathan discuss Joey’s Shorty Awards run, Nathan’s Google Apps student portfolios, and advocacy in #PhysEd. Make sure to click through to listen to the podcast and check out the Show Notes. Thank you in advance for rating the show on iTunes!


The #PhysEd Podcast – Episode 9 Show Notes

ThePhysicalEducator.com

The 6th Annual Shorty Awards – Joey’s “Education” Nomination Page
2014 Phil Lawler DuPage County Institute (Naperville, Illinois) – Come meet Joey on February 28th at this great event!
Team #PhysEd Teespring Campaign – Order your “Team #PhysEd” long sleeve/hoodie before the campaign ends!
This Week in #PhysEd – Weekly updates from the #physed community

iPhys-Ed.com

“Join The #PhysEd Revolution!” – Nathan’s inspiring workshop on the power of social media in #physed
[Challenge] See if you can get one colleague on Twitter before the next show airs!
Google Apps for #PhysEd: Combining Drive & Sites for Portfolios – Nathan’s great ideas for instant student portfolios
ECIS Physical Education Conference – Calling all European #physed teachers! Check out this great professional development opportunity!

Apps/Websites/Tools/Books

Reporter – If you’re into Quantified Self, or if you just want to collect data on your day-to-day, you need to check out this app!
FitStar – Awesome HD training programs that adapt over time based on your user data
Jawbone UP – Join Joey, Nathan, and others in our little UP community!

Joey Feith is a physical education teacher from Canada and the founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com. Be sure to never miss out on any of ThePhysicalEducator.com’s future posts by connecting with us via RSS, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Email.

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Joey Feith is the founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com. He currently teaches elementary physical education at St. George’s School of Montreal in Quebec, Canada.

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