Squeeze some learning into your morning commute or weekend jog with The #PhysEd Show Podcast! Listen in as Joey shares tactics from his teaching, interviews with amazing guests, and lessons from the online #physed community!
For this episode of The #PhysEd Show Podcast, I invited the one and only Terri Drain onto the show so that we could discuss assessment for learning in physical education.
If you don’t know who Terri is, she’s an amazing physical educator who teaches at Vintage Hills Elementary School in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 2007, Terri was named the California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Elementary Teacher of the Year and was named the SHAPE America Southwest District Teacher of the Year for the following year. In addition to her physical education-specific accolades, Terri was named the Pleasanton Unified School District Teacher of the Year in 2016. She is a National Board Certified Teacher, a member of the SHAPE America Board of Directors, a fellow Canadian, and probably the most cited person on this blog. Terri is one of the best presenters I have ever had a chance to see in action (you can find most of her session handouts on her blog), I’ve learned so much from her over the past few years, and I’m so excited to have her on The #PhysEd Show to talk about assessment!
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!
Hosted by Joey Feith, the founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com, the #PhysEd Show provides you high-quality, educational content to help inspire your teaching. The show exists across three mediums: a podcast, a vlog, and Facebook Live events! Tune in to access resources, ideas, and tactics from Joey’s teaching, interviews with incredible thought leaders and influencers from around the world, “Q&A” segments for your burning questions, and more!
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