blogEntryTopper

The #PhysEd Podcast #014

You can subscribe via iTunes, Stitcher, Podomatic, or RSS

LIVE from the Hemmingway Bar at the ECIS PE Conference in Munich, Germany. In this very special edition of the podcast, Joey & Nathan discuss all the action of the ECIS PE Conference and includes our first ever podcast guests.

 

The #PhysEd Podcast Episode 14 Show Notes

ThePhysicalEducator.com

Designing Games for Learning Keynote (#ECISPE Keynote Presentation Handouts)

Layering Games for Physical Education (#ECISPE Breakout Session Handouts)

Assessing for Learning Through Games (#ECISPE Breakout Session Handouts)

iPhys-Ed.com

It’s Time to Change the Game Keynote

Game On! Brain On!

Technology in #SportEd

Special Guests

Jo Spencer – Metropolitan School Frankfurt

Jayson Bowerman – Munich International School and ECIS PE Committee

Luke Pierce – Club Europe Group Travel

#ECISPE Demo Slam

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mXpQoQVE_Q]

Next LIVE Podcast

After the success of the first LIVE #PhysEd Podcast, join Joey & Nathan in Asheville, North Carolina during the National PE Institute in July 2015. We will be looking for people to join us at some point during the conference for another live podcast to share your thoughts, ideas and resources.

Joey Feith is a physical education teacher from Canada and the founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com. Nathan Horne is a physical education teacher currently based in Singapore and the founder of www.iPhys-Ed.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.

Share

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

Recommended Posts

JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER

Be notified when this #PhysEdU course launches and receive weekly updates from ThePhysicalEducator.com by signing up for our newsletter.

JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER

Join our newsletter and receive weekly emails with news and updates about the #PhysEd community.