Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education
By Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education
We discuss research, theory and current issues in the fields of health and physical education in an easy to understand way. Our aim is to make research accessible to educators and university students from all over the globe.
232: Going Behind the Research w/Dr. Michael Hemphill & Dr. Kevin Richards
This is a new "style" of episode that Dr. Kevin Richards from Univ of Illinois is hosting where he dives behind the research. This weeks guest is Dr. Michael Hemphill from UNC-Greensboro. Kevin and Michael discuss the article below:\ Hemphill, M. A., Janke, E. M., Flores, S., & Gordon, B. (2021). Conflict and harm in the context of restorative school physical education. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 41(1), 88-98. Here is the abstract of the article: Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the issues of conflict and harm in physical education within a school recognized for its exemplary restorative practices. Method: A single case study approach was employed to examine one restorative school in Wellington, New Zealand. The school was purposely selected to participate in this study based on its recognition for exemplary restorative practices. Participants included physical educators (n = 11), administrators (n = 4), and students (n = 25). Data sources included interviews, observations, and reflection documents. Data were analyzed using a collaborative qualitative approach. Results: Three qualitative themes described the context of restorative school physical education, types of harm that occurred, and how physical educators were positioned as central figures in creating a context where harm was addressed. Discussion: This study provides insights into restorative practices and has implications for teaching social and emotional learning skills.
May 24, 2022
231: Models Discussion w/Dr. Ash Casey
Dr. Ash Casey from Loughborough University in the UK joins the podcast today. We’re here to chat about models based practice in a more conversational way. Today, we don’t have a specific paper to discuss, but I wanted to ask Ash a few questions about how his thinking has evolved about models over the years
May 17, 2022
230: Transitions in Academia w/Dr. Collin Webster
Dr. Collin Webster comes on to discuss transitions in academia and shares his academic journey from international teacher to full professor at Univ of South Carolina and finally his transition to a new institution working for Univ of Burmingham in Dubai.
May 10, 2022
229: AIESEP Connect on Meaningful PE
This AIESEP connect discusses Meaningful PE research. The title is: trailblazing and way-making: possible pathways for meaningful PE research. The video of this session can be found on the www.aisesp.org website Discussion was led by Stephani Beni, Deirdre Ni Chroinin, and Tim Fletcher
April 29, 2022
228: Going behind the research with Dr. Karen Gaudreault
Rather than providing a forum to discuss research that is conducted in health and physical education, the Going Behind the Research segment focuses on telling the stories that surround research we read in scholarly journals. Globally, the segment aims to humanize research by providing a forum to discuss the movies that draw researchers toward particular topics and studies, challenges and successes experienced along the way, and lessons learned that transcend individual journal publications (e.g., lessons learn that impact future research decisions). Each episode will feature an interview with one or member members of an authorship team. Including a brief overview of the study, the common interview guide (linked below) will be used to facilitate each individual conversation. The conversations will, however, be unique in that follow-up questions will address topics raised by each interviewee. This episode covers the following article and is hosted by Kevin Richards from the University of Illinois Gaudreault, K. L., & Woods, A. M. (2013). Factors leading to career frustration and exit: A case of a veteran physical educator. Journal of Physical Education and Sport Management, 4(4), 51-61.
April 26, 2022
227: It’s Just Safer When I Don’t Go There’: Trans People, Locker Rooms, and PA
Ali Greey (Twitter @AliGreey) joins us to discuss the article ‘It’s Just Safer When I Don’t Go There’: Trans People’s Locker Room Membership and Participation in Physical Activity. We discuss ways trans people navigate transphobia and cissexism in locker rooms and how their experiences in this context influence their participation in physical activity. Full Cite: Greey, A. D. (2022). ‘It’s Just Safer When I Don’t Go There’: Trans People’s Locker Room Membership and Participation in Physical Activity. Journal of homosexuality, 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1080/00918369.2022.2038968 The article I discussed in the podcast: https://www.barbellmedicine.com/blog/shades-of-gray-sex-gender-and-fairness-in-sport/
April 19, 2022
226: PETE Collaborative April: The role of SEL in PE
This is a recoding of the April 2022 PETE Collaborative, a meeting of mostly USA based PETE faculty and graduate students. Topic: A Deliberate Dialogue about the Role of Social and Emotional Learning in Physical Education: Sharing Informed Opinions to Shape Future Discourse Description: This session provided space for two views on the role of SEL in PE from two recent JOPERD editorials to be shared. This deliberate dialogue was framed around the two editorials; therefore, we encourage the PETE Collaborative attendees to read the short articles before the conversation. The articles can be found here. Hans van der Mars and Jackie Lund will present the first view, who offer the perspective that making SEL a primary learning domain could be problematic. Paul Wright and Kevin Richards will give the second view, who provide the perspective that SEL is an integral part of PE. This deliberate dialogue is designed to share informed opinions and embrace the complexity of issues that face our field. You are invited to come to share your ideas and join the discussion on Thursday, April 14th. We will listen to the two viewpoints, discuss in breakout groups, share insights and perspectives, and foster healthy professional discourse.
April 18, 2022
225: Physical education in a post-COVID world: A blended-gamified approach
Dylan Blain (Twitter @DylanBlain) joins us to discuss the article Physical education in a post-COVID world: A blended-gamified approach published with Martyn Standage and Thomas Curran. We discuss a blended-gamified approach as a possibility to reimagine physical education in a post-pandemic world. Full Cite: Blain, D. O., Standage, M., & Curran, T. (2022). Physical education in a post-COVID world: A blended-gamified approach. European Physical Education Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/1356336X221080372 Links to episodes on theories: Theory Breakdown 3: Social Ecological Framework https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/episodes/Theory-Breakdown-3-Social-Ecological-Framework-e2def8/a-a5s083 Theory Breakdown 9: Self Determination Theory https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/episodes/Theory-Breakdown-9-Self-Determination-Theory-e2lv9s/a-a6ui1h 79: What is physical literacy and what is it not? w/ Dr. Chelsee Shortt https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/episodes/79-What-is-physical-literacy-and-what-is-it-not--w-Dr--Chelsee-Shortt-ea1rj7/a-a19e3ne
April 12, 2022
224: My Methods Courses Feel Like Walmart
Jamie Brunsdon joins us to discuss the article “My methods courses feel like Walmart”: Influence of secondary organizational socialization on early career faculty members’ implementation of PETE published with Matthew Curtner-Smith. We talk about the influence of organizational socialization on early career faculty members’ implementation of PETE. Jamie Twitter: @DrBrunsdon Full Cite: Brunsdon, J. J., & Curtner-Smith, M. D. (2022). “My methods courses feel like walmart”: Influence of secondary organizational socialization on early career faculty members’ implementation of PETE. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 1(aop), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2021-0213 Podcast episodes on teacher socialization: Episode 5: Kevin Richards talking Teacher Socialization https://anchor.fm/PwRHPE/episodes/Episode-5-Kevin-Richards-talking-Teacher-Socialization-e29ogu/a-a5gku2 Theory Breakdown 2: Teacher Socialization Theory https://anchor.fm/PwRHPE/episodes/Theory-Breakdown-2-Teacher-Socialization-Theory-e29om4/a-a5gl27
April 05, 2022
223: AIESEP Connect Whole – of-School Physical Activity Programming
Friday March 25th 2022 – #AIESEPConnect #CoffeeWithColleagues: The state of the Whole – of-School Physical Activity Programming chaired by Hans van der Mars and led by Darla Castelli and Collin Webster A link to the video recording: https://youtu.be/Q1J4BBONJJ8
March 28, 2022
222: Spectrum of Teaching Styles and Models Based Practice
“Getting the Tip of the Pen on the Paper”: How the Spectrum of Teaching Styles Narrows the Gap Between the Hope and the Happening Brendan SueSee from the University of Southern Queensland and Shane Pill from Flinders University discuss the article “Getting the Tip of the Pen on the Paper”: How the Spectrum of Teaching Styles Narrows the Gap Between the Hope and the Happening published with Michael Davies, and John Williams. We discuss the Spectrum of Teaching Styles as a means toward bridging the gap between the hope and the happening of MBP. Full Cite: SueSee, B., Pill, S., Davies, M., & Williams, J. (2021). “Getting the Tip of the Pen on the Paper”: How the Spectrum of Teaching Styles Narrows the Gap Between the Hope and the Happening. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 1(aop), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2021-0164 The book SueSee and Pill published: https://www.routledge.com/The-Spectrum-of-Teaching-Styles-in-Physical-Education/SueSee-Hewitt-Pill/p/book/9781032237886 A free book on the Spectrum of Teaching Styles by Ashworth: https://spectrumofteachingstyles.org/index.php?id=16 Shane Pill Twitter @pilly66 Brendan SueSee Twitter @DrbrendanSues
March 23, 2022
221: Teacher Beliefs and Changes in Practice Through Professional Development
Ben Kern joins us to discuss the article Teacher Beliefs and Changes in Practice Through Professional Development published with Chad Killian, Douglas Ellison, Kim Graber, and Elaine Cutforth. We discuss the influence of the intervention called Healthy Eaters, Lifelong Movers and associated San Luis Valley Physical Education Academy on teachers’ beliefs about physical education and sustained pedagogical changes. Full Cite: Kern, B. D., Killian, C. M., Ellison, D. W., Graber, K. C., Belansky, E., & Cutforth, N. (2020). Teacher Beliefs and Changes in Practice Through Professional Development. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 1(aop), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2019-0270 Podcast episodes on teacher socialization: Episode 5: Kevin Richards talking Teacher Socialization Theory Breakdown 2: Teacher Socialization Theory Twitter: @bendkern
March 15, 2022
220: What the HETE? PETE Collaborative March 2022
Title: What the HETE?! Exploring Critical Issues, Potential Solutions & Collaboration Opportunities for PETE & HETE Description: This PETE Collaborative session will include a panel of health educators and health education teacher education (HETE) professionals who will share their perspectives on the critical issues facing HETE and explore potential solutions. The discussion will aim to foster a greater understanding of essential knowledge and skills for beginning health educators and examine possibilities for stronger alignment/collaboration between HETE and physical education teacher education (PETE) programs. The panelists will explore options for effective redesign or program structures in teacher education and teacher training (e.g., dual-licensure, co-designed courses, joint faculty appointments, dual-listed courses, once-off course offerings, etc.) to prepare health and physical educators for today and tomorrow’s schools and students.
March 11, 2022
219: Article Club Gloria Ladson-Billings, I'm here for the hard re-set
Risto is joined by Tori Shiver, Erin Centeio, Kevin Richards and Michael Hemphill to do another article club... this time it’s an article by Gloria Ladson-Billings, she literally wrote the book and developed the phrase culturally relevant pedagogy. Ladson-Billings published an article late in 2021 in the journal EQUITY and EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION titled “I’m Here for the Hard Re-Set: Post Pandemic Pedagogy to Preserve Our Culture” So, that’s what we’re here to discuss. To cite this article: Gloria Ladson-Billings (2021) I’m Here for the Hard Re-Set: Post Pandemic Pedagogy to Preserve Our Culture, Equity & Excellence in Education, 54:1, 68-78, DOI: 10.1080/10665684.2020.1863883 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/10665684.2020.1863883
March 08, 2022
218: 40yrs of TGfU AIESEP Connect
This is the audio from the Friday February 25th 2022 – #CoffeeWithColleagues #AIESEPConnect: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU). The speakers were: Linda Griffin, David Gutierrez, Shane Pill and Ellen Gambles The session video recording can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VBN5ZeEW7A&feature=youtu.be The PowerPoint can be found here: https://aiesep.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Celebrating-40-Years-of-Teaching-Games-for-Understanding.pptx.pdf
March 02, 2022
217: A new curriculum model for second-level physical education: Y-PATH PE4Me
Sarahjane Belton and Wesley O’Brien joins us to discuss their article “A new curriculum model for second-level physical education: Y-PATH PE4Me” published with Elaine Murtagh, Joao Costa, Johann Issartel, Jamie McGann, and Mika Manninen. We discuss the Y-PATH PE4Me curriculum model as a valuable guide to aid the delivery of second-level PE. Full Cite: Belton, S., O’Brien, W., Murtagh, E., Costa, J., Issartel, J., McGann, J., & Manninen, M. (2022). A new curriculum model for second-level physical education: Y-PATH PE4Me. Curriculum Studies in Health and Physical Education, (aop), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/25742981.2021.2018941 The link to an open access BJSM article referenced in the podcast https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/bjsports/53/4/208.full.pdf Twitter for authors: @sjbelton @wesleyob1 @Johann80Johann @mcgannjamie @ElaineMurtagh @Mika_Manninen
March 01, 2022
216: Technology-Enhanced Learning Physical Education? A Critical Review of the Literature
Julia Sargent from The Open University in the UK and Antonio Calderon from the University of Limerick discusses the article “Technology-Enhanced Learning Physical Education? A Critical Review of the Literature. In this critical literature review, we discuss the aspects of pedagogy that are claimed to be enhanced using digital technology in PE. Full Cite: Sargent, J., & Calderón, A. (2021). Technology-enhanced learning physical education? A critical review of the literature. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 1(aop), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2021-0136 View for free: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/356896010_Technology-Enhanced_Learning_Physical_Education_A_Critical_Review_of_the_Literature Twitter: @julia_sargent and @acalderon_pe
February 22, 2022
215: State of a state: results from the Wyoming physical education and physical activity policy survey
Ben Kern joins us to discuss the article “State of a state: results from the Wyoming physical education and physical activity policy survey” published with Paul Malinowski, Kim Hunt, Shawna McIlnay, Brian Powell, and Deb Stephenson. We discuss the Wyoming physical education and physical activity policy and report current data from the district, school, and classroom. Full Cite: Kern, Malinowski, P., Hunt, K., McIlnay, S., Powell, B., & Stephenson, D. (2021). State of a state: Results from the Wyoming physical education and physical activity policy survey. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2021-0161 Twitter @benkern
February 15, 2022
214: February PETE Collaborative
The PETE collaborative is a meeting of (mostly) US PETE professors and graduate students who meet monthly to discuss key issues in the field. This is the audio recording from the 2022 February meeting. Title: Developing Innovative PETE Programs to Envision a Favorable Future for the Field Description: Aligned with the theme of #ForTheLoveofHPE week, this meeting of the PETE collaborative will focus on the role of PETEfaculty members and programs in developing a more favorable future for physical education. Fueled by the need to be innovative, we will discuss best-practice strategies that are being used in some PETEprograms to more effectively work with schools and prepare preservice teachers. Program representatives will be invited to share strategies found to be effective in their contexts; time for discussion and idea sharing will be prioritized. A central question address will be: how can we create better PETE programs today to prepare better teachers for tomorrow? Come with your ideas to share!
February 14, 2022
213: The Spectrum of Teaching Styles Institute Update
Dr. Mark Byra provides a short update on the Spectrum of Teaching Styles Institute. There are grants and paper awards provided through the institute The link to the documents Mark referred to are here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Qg0ZMHP3yz2UzWhiW1BWiWvEYs7K8NWN?usp=sharing The Mission of the Spectrum Institute for Teaching and Learning is to promote, enhance, disseminate, and propagate the Spectrum of Teaching Styles. The Spectrum of Teaching Styles is a theory based on learner and teacher decision-making, and guided by four values, (a) universal, (b) non-versus, (c) non-idiosyncratic, and (d) common terminology. The Spectrum Institute for Teaching and Learning will provide a focus/center/means for teachers, teacher educators, pedagogical scholars, and curriculum developers to study and perfect the art and science of teaching through the Spectrum of Teaching Styles.
February 14, 2022
212: Does online PE curriculum work?
Chad Killian joins us to discuss the article “Physical education students’ usage and perceptions of a supplemental online health-related fitness knowledge curriculum” published with Amelia Mays Woods. We discuss the perception of high school physical education students about using a supplemental online health-related fitness knowledge curriculum. Full Cite: Killian, & Woods, A. M. (2021). Physical education students’ usage and perceptions of a supplemental online health-related fitness knowledge curriculum (iPE). European Physical Education Review, (aop), 1–18. https://doi.org/10.1177/1356336X211065953 Twitter: @chadkillian1
February 08, 2022
211: AIESEP Connect Are active kids better learners?
This is the audio from the AIESEP Connect session held Jan 28th, 2022 titled: Are active kids better learners? The impact of PA, exercise and sport on cognition. Presenters included: Prof. Uwe Pühse (Univ of Basel), Dr. Sebastian Ludyga (Univ of Basel), and Prof. Caterina Pesce (Rome, Italy). #AIESEPConnect is the name of our new AIESEP Global Outreach Programme. It provides a space where members can critically engage with ‘hot’ topics that are linked to the core mission of AIESEP. It is a monthly engagement, a one-hour on-line session on the last Friday of each month. The timing of the session changes to ensure that we have global engagement in #AIESEPConnect sessions. You can find past recordings here: https://aiesep.org/aiesep-connect/ To become a member of AIESEP click here https://aiesep.org/membership-account/membership-levels/
January 28, 2022
210:The emotionality of whiteness in PETE w/Dr. Mara Simon
Mara Simon comes on to discuss her work with pre-service Black and Latinx teachers and their experiences in PETE programs. Mara's Twitter: @Dr_Mara_Simon Link to faculty profile: https://springfield.edu/directory/mara-simon Full cite: Simon, M. (2020). The Emotionality of Whiteness in Physical Education Teacher Education. Quest, 72(2), 167–184. https://doi.org/10.1080/00336297.2020.1739541
January 25, 2022
209: The Boys STILL not letting girls play
Today I will discuss through a lightning review of the article ‘Stereotypical Views of Beauty and Boys STILL Not Letting Girls Play: A Student-Centered Curriculum for Young Girls Through an After-School Activist Approach’ that I wrote with Brianna Meza from the California State University and Sara B. Flory from the University of South Florida. We will discuss the barriers girls from the after-school GIRL program experienced to enter the context of physical activity in schools through an activist approach. Twitter: @RistoMarttinen; @saraflory Link to blog entry: https://www.thehpewebsite.com/blog/stereotypical-views-of-beauty-and-boys-still-not-letting-girls-play Full Cite: Marttinen, M., Meza, B., & Flory, S. B.(2020). Stereotypical views of beauty and boys STILL not letting girls play: A student-centered curriculum for young girls through an after-school activist approach. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 1(aop), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2020-0008 Kim Oliver's article: Oliver, K. L., & Hamzeh, M. (2010). “The boys won't let us play” Fifth-grade mestizas challenge physical activity discourse at school. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 81(1), 38-51.
January 18, 2022
208: The January PETE Collaborative
This is the audio from the 2022 January PETE Collaborative. The collaborative, a gathering of higher education professionals, occurs the second Thursday of each month. To get an invite please email risto@theHPEwebsite.com Topic: A Problem Setting and Solution-Oriented Conversation around the Future of HPE in the United States. Description: During this open forum, we will seek to explore critical issues and consequential alternatives within the field of health and physical education. The conversation aims to bring to the surface key questions that need to be explored in and around schools and communities, student learning, and teacher training, and allow us to evaluate where we've been, where we are, and where we need to go in the service of young people and the profession. While we don't always see the world in the same ways and work in different contexts, we need to agree on some basic principles and priorities, mindful that the path ahead requires collective action and willingness to compromise and change. In this PETE Collaborative session, we will brainstorm innovative and creative solutions to these issues together with the hope that our discussion provides new frameworks to examine old and contemporary issues, outline meaningful courses of action, and identify necessary partners to invite to the conversation. What are critical issues and problems facing the field of health and physical education today? Specifically, what are the most important challenges? What opportunities are developing? What do we need to prioritize and do to take advantage of these opportunities? What have you experienced and accomplished that might help others?!
January 14, 2022
207: Self‑Efficacy Experiences of Graduate Students Working in a Sport‑based Leadership Program at a Youth Prison
Dr. Jennifer M. Jacobs from Northern Illinois University is with us today to discuss her article ‘Self‑Efficacy Experiences of Graduate Students Working in a Sport‑based Leadership Program at a Youth Prison’ published with Zachary Wahl‑Alexander. The article examined graduate students’ self-efficacy beliefs in leadership and life skill sports program within a juvenile detention center. Full Cite: Jacobs, J. M., & Wahl-Alexander, Z. (2021). Self-efficacy experiences of graduate students working in a sport-based leadership program at a youth prison. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10560-021-00772-x
January 11, 2022
206: Self Efficacy Theory w/Dr. Jenn Jacobs (Theory Breakdown)
Dr. Jenn Jacobs from Northern Illinois University comes on to discuss self efficacy theory in a short Theory Breakdown. In next week's episode you will hear the research study that Dr. Jacobs used this theory in.
January 04, 2022
205: The recontextualisation of youth wellbeing in Australian schools
Dr. Susan Whatman, Dr. Roberta Thompson, and Dr. Katherine Mainfrom Griffith University in Australia are with us today to discuss their article ‘The recontextualisation of youth wellbeing in Australian schools’ published with. We talk about the ways two Australian schools in Queensland delivered well-being agendas in schools and how that was analyzed through Bernstein’s 1990 framework. Full Cite: Whatman, S., Thompson, R., & Main, K. (2019). The recontextualisation of youth wellbeing in Australian schools. Health Education, 119(5/6), 321–340. https://doi.org/10.1108/HE-01-2019-0003 Sue- https://experts.griffith.edu.au/9556-sue-whatman@SueWhatman Roberta - https://experts.griffith.edu.au/9285-roberta-thompson (not on Twittter) Katherine - https://experts.griffith.edu.au/8630-katherine-main @DrKatherineMain
December 14, 2021
204: Experiential Learning of University Students Delivering a Coaching Workshop in Belize
Dr. Jennifer M. Jacobs from Northern Illinois University is with us today to discuss her article ‘Experiential Learning of University Students Delivering a Coaching Workshop in Belize’ published with Karisa Kuipers, K. Andrew Richards, and Paul Wright. The article explores undergraduate students’ cross-cultural teaching experiences leading sessions for Belizean coaches as part of an international teaching experience. Full Cite: Jacobs, J. M., Kuipers, K. L., Richards, K. A. R., & Wright, P. M. (2020). Experiential learning of university students delivering a coaching workshop in Belize. Sport Management Education Journal, 1(aop), 1-12.
December 07, 2021
203: AIESEP Connect COVID-19 Studies across the Globe on Physical Activity, Physical Education and Health: A comparative analysis
Friday November 26th at 12pm CET Roland Naul and Mark Tremblay will led an #AIESEPConnect discussion titled COVID-19 Studies across the Globe on Physical Activity, Physical Education and Health: A comparative analysis This is the recording from that live session.
December 02, 2021
202:Tribal Critical Race Theory and Miami University’s Myaamia Heritage Logo
Dr. Matthew Hodler from the University of Rhode Island joins us to discuss the article ‘Converging Interests, Unequal Benefits? Tribal Critical Race Theory and Miami University’s Myaamia Heritage Logo’ published with Callie Batts Maddox. We discuss how the institutional racism and possessive investment of whiteness have been ignored and unaddressed. To do so we talk about the Heritage Logo of the RedHawks through Critical Race Theory. Full Cite: Hodler, M., & Maddox, C. B. (2020). Converging interests, unequal benefits? Tribal critical race theory and Miami University’s Myaamia Heritage logo. Sociology of Sport Journal, 1(aop), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1123/ssj.2020-0039 Twitter: @MHodler (Matt Hodler) and @BattsMaddox (Dr. Callie Batts Maddox).
November 30, 2021
201: Academic Journeys Hayley McKown
This shorter podcast is a part of a series of podcasts we will do on academic journeys. Guests describe how they got to the field, and why they research what they research! Thanks to Dr. Ann MacPhail for the idea! Dr. Hayley B. McKown is originally from Arizona. Attended schools in Utah, Michigan, and Hawaii. She taught Physical Education and Health in the K-12 setting while in Utah. She completed a church service mission in Hong Kong and can speak Cantonese conversationally. Research interests surround improving children/youth health in different capacities and for all abilities. She is an avid outdoorswoman, with a love of rock climbing, biking, snowboarding, fishing, camping, the list goes on for miles.
November 23, 2021
200: HPE Town Hall
This is the 200th episode of the HPE podcast. I invited past guests and other colleagues to discuss six questions: What is the most influential/best article you’ve read and why should others read it? What are we not paying attention to now that we’ll be kicking ourselves in 10/20yrs for missing? What future research questions should we be considering as a field? What advice would you give to someone who is entering the field for the first time (as a PE teacher or early career researcher)? How do you envision the future of HPE? What good things do you see happening in our field? The episode was recorded Nov 9th, 2021
November 16, 2021
199: Nov PETE Collaborative
The November PETE Collaborative (Thursday Nov 11th@4pm Eastern) focused on addressing areas of opportunity for our profession, so that we can continue to improve our practice and prepare quality physical education teachers. The questions we led with are: · What do you do in your programs to teach PSTs how to be culturally responsive? · In what ways are your PSTs exposed to K-12 students who are different than them (e.g., SES, race, rural/urban)? · What experiences do PSTs have teaching K-12 students prior to student teaching? · How do you ensure that your PSTs get experiences teaching across grade levels (e.g., elementary, middle, high)? · Do you communicate across the program faculty about assignments/requirements for various classes (e.g., using common terms, common assessments/rubrics, etc.)? · Do you map out assessments across courses, so students don’t have several exams/big assignments the same week? · Do you combine courses for more field experience (health methods/sec methods) in back-to-back classes so you can go to schools? · How do you teach about the "other" work of teachers in your program (e.g., back-to-school nights, faculty meetings, advocacy, bus/lunch duty, assigning lockers, etc.)? How do you engage alumni?
November 12, 2021
198: Game-Based Approach to Teaching and Learning Martial Arts
Alba Rodrigues a PhD student at George Mason University joins us to talk about the article ‘Teaching martial arts in schools: A proposal for contents organization’ and the chapter ‘Pedagogia do jogo no processo de ensino e aprendizagem das artes marciais [Game pedagogy in the process of teaching and learning of martial arts]’ published with Dr. Marcelo Antunes and Dr. David Kirk. We discuss teaching martial arts through combat games to enhance children and youth’s possibilities of prolonged engagement. Twitter: @AlbaICRodrigues Full Cite: Antunes, M. M., Rodrigues, A. I. C., & Kirk, D. (2020). Teaching martial arts in schools: A proposal for contents organization. Revista Valore, 5, 1-20. https://doi.org/10.22408/reva502020511e-5031 Antunes, M. M., Rodrigues, A. I. C., & Kirk, D. (2021) Pedagogia do jogo no processo de ensino e aprendizagem das artes marciais [Game pedagogy in the teaching and learning process of martial arts]. In M. M. Antunes & D. L. Moura (Eds.), Dialogando com as lutas, artes marciais e esportes de combate [Dialogue with combative activities, martial arts and combat sports] (Coleção Reflexões Sobre Educação Física e Esporte, v. 1, pp. 103-120). DOI: 10.24824/978652511065.3
November 09, 2021
197: Article Club November The McCloy Lecture
Risto is joined by Kevin Richards and Michael Hemphill to do another article club... this time it's an article by Mary O’Sullivan who gave the 2019 McCloy Lecture at SHAPE America. Here is a full cite of the article: Mary O’Sullivan (2021) Global Challenges and Opportunities for Physical Education Teacher Educators, Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 92:3, 327-338, DOI: 10.1080/02701367.2020.1730295 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/02701367.2020.1730295
November 02, 2021
196: Research on Special Educational Needs and Disabilities w/Dr. Anthony Maher
Dr. Anthony J. Maher is Professor of Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion in the Carnegie School of Education. He is part of the school’s research leadership team and leads the research impact strategy. Anthony’s research, consultancy, and teaching expertise relate to centering the experiences and amplifying the voices of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). This is part of his commitment to trying to empower pupils with SEND, placing them at the center of decisions that impact their lives, and recognising that they have expert knowledge because of their lived, embodied experiences. Anthony is also committed to supporting key stakeholders in schools such as teachers, special educational needs coordinators, learning support assistants, educational psychologists, and senior leaders to provide valuable and meaningful experiences of education for pupils with SEND. Anthony’s research is sociological, psychological, and pedagogical in nature, using participatory, life history, (auto)ethnographical and narrative approaches. He is the author of numerous internal peer-reviewed research papers, public, private and third-sector reports, invited book chapters, and books, including Teaching Physical Education to Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities by Routledge. Link to faculty profile: https://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/staff/professor-anthony-maher/ Twitter: @ajmaher5
October 26, 2021
195: Academic Journeys Dr. Anthony Maher
This shorter podcast is a part of a series of podcasts we will do on academic journeys. Guests describe how they got to the field, and why they research what they research! Thanks to Dr. Ann MacPhail for the idea! Dr. Anthony J. Maher is Professor of Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion in the Carnegie School of Education. He is part of the school’s research leadership team and leads the research impact strategy. Anthony’s research, consultancy, and teaching expertise relate to centering the experiences and amplifying the voices of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). This is part of his commitment to trying to empower pupils with SEND, placing them at the center of decisions that impact their lives, and recognising that they have expert knowledge because of their lived, embodied experiences. Anthony is also committed to supporting key stakeholders in schools such as teachers, special educational needs coordinators, learning support assistants, educational psychologists, and senior leaders to provide valuable and meaningful experiences of education for pupils with SEND. Anthony’s research is sociological, psychological, and pedagogical in nature, using participatory, life history, (auto)ethnographical and narrative approaches. He is the author of numerous internal peer-reviewed research papers, public, private and third-sector reports, invited book chapters, and books, including Teaching Physical Education to Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities by Routledge. Link to faculty profile: https://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/staff/professor-anthony-maher/ Twitter: @ajmaher5
October 19, 2021
194: October PETE Collaborative "What's Going on in Online PE"
What’s Going on in (Online) Physical Education? Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Teach Effectively in a Virtual Environment Session Description: This interactive session will feature a panel of in-service practitioners and PETE faculty with experiences and expertise teaching effective online physical education. Through a Q&A format, panelists will discuss the current trends and realities of teaching physical education online and provide advice about how we can prepare teachers to support student learning in virtual environments. All are welcome to attend and participate in PETE Collaborative meetings. We ask that all participants bear in mind the sense of community that we have striven to develop through the PETE collaborative. We hope to be able to discuss all topics, including problems and challenges, through the lens of opportunity and growth.
October 18, 2021
193: An Alternative Conceptualization of TPSR w/Barrie Gordon
Join Dr. Barrie Gordon from Victoria University of Wellington to discuss his article ‘An Alternative Conceptualization of the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility Model’. We will discuss an alternative conceptualization of the TPSR model’s values/goals as independent and talk about the suggestions for coaches and teachers to implement this approach in their practice. Full Cite: Gordon, B. (2020). An Alternative Conceptualization of the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility Model. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 91(7), 8–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/07303084.2020.1781719 Barrie's book: https://www.routledge.com/Tactical-Decision-Making-in-Sport-How-Coaches-Can-Help-Athletes-to-Make/CooperGordon/p/book/9780367275235?utm_medium=email&utm_source=EmailStudio&utm_campaign=B190608179_3696946
October 12, 2021
192: The role of teacher educator professional learning in reconfiguring physical education
Dr. John Williams from the University of Canberra in Australia is with us today to discuss his article ‘The role of teacher educator professional learning in reconfiguring physical education’ recently published with Michael J. Davies. The article explores Dr. Williams professional learning journey to become a more knowledgeable physical education teacher educator. Full Cite: Williams, J., & Davies, M. J. (2021). The role of teacher educator professional learning in reconfiguring physical education. Curriculum Perspectives(ahead of print). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41297-021-00133-9
October 05, 2021
191: Improving academic achievement through comprehensive school health w/Dr. Erin Centeio
Dr. Erin Centeio (@erincenteio) come on to discuss a recent 2021 paper that shows an improvement on academic achievement through an intervention called building healthy communities, a comprehensive school health program. Here is a full cite: Centeio, E. E., Somers, C., Moore, E. W. G., Kulik, N., Garn, A., & McCaughtry, N. (2021). Effects of a Comprehensive School Health Program on Elementary Student Academic Achievement. Journal of School Health, 91(3), 239-249. DOI: 10.1111/josh.12994
September 28, 2021
190: Dr. Phil Ward & PK–12 School Physical Education: Conditions, Lessons Learned, and Future Directions
Dr. Phillip Ward (@PhillipWard16) from the Department of Human Sciences at Ohio State University talks about the article Chapter 3: PK–12 school physical education: Conditions, lessons learned, and future directions published with Hans van der Mars, Murray Mitchell, and Hal Lawson. We discuss future alternatives for PK–12 physical education to address the challenges that are a consequence of the lack of a common purpose and shared direction. Twitter: @PhillipWard16 Full Cite: Ward, P., van der Mars, H., Mitchell, M. F., & Lawson, H. A. (2021). Chapter 3: PK–12 school physical education: Conditions, lessons learned, and future directions. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 40(3), 363–371. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2020-0241
September 21, 2021
189: September PETE Collaborative on SEL in PE
The September PETE Collaborative is part of a monthly series of meetings that occur on the first Thursday of each month and consists of HPETE faculty and graduate students discussing key issues in the field. Implementing Social and Emotional Learning in Physical Education Programs:A Panel Discussion with Inservice Practitioners Session Description: In this interactive session, a panel of practitioners who have experience and expertise related to implementing social and emotional learning in their own school environments will answer questions and provide advice for PETE. All are welcome in the PETE Collaborative. We ask that all participants bear in mind the sense of community that we have striven to develop through the PETE collaborative. We hope to be able to discuss all topics, including problems and challenges, through the lens of opportunity and growth.
September 15, 2021
188: Perspectives on the Future of Doctoral Programs in PETE w/Dr. Murray Mitchell
Dr. Murray Mitchell from the University of South Carolina discusses his co-authored chapter ‘Perspectives on the Future of Doctoral Programs’ published with Hal Lawson, Hans van der Mars, and Phillip Ward. The chapter brings an action-oriented analysis of doctoral programs for physical education teacher education programs. It is part of a special issue in JTPE. Full Cite: Mitchell, M. F., Lawson, H. A., van der Mars, H., & Ward, P. (2021). Chapter 6: Perspectives on the future of doctoral programs. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 40(3), 392–401. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2020-0244
September 14, 2021
187: Teacher Evaluations in PE, What They Think about How They’re Evaluated.
Today we are talking with Dr. Clancy Seymour (Twitter: @DrClancySeymour) an Associate Professor from Cannisius College and Dr. Mark Garrison, who is a Professor of Education at West Texas A&M University. We will discuss their 2016 paper ‘What They Think about How They’re Evaluated: Perspectives of New York State Physical Educators on Teacher Evaluation Policy.’ Full Cite: Clancy M. Seymour & Mark J. Garrison (2016). What They Think about How They’re Evaluated: Perspectives of New York State Physical Educators on Teacher Evaluation Policy. International Journal of Education Policy & Leadership 11(6). URL: http://journals.sfu.ca/ijepl/index.php/ijepl/article/view/727 Vamboozled.com
September 07, 2021
186: Toward quality online physical education w/Dr. David Daum
David N. Daum, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology at San Jose State University. His area of expertise includes physical education teacher education, curriculum design, assessment, and technology. He provides leadership in the physical education community related to online physical education with a multitude of presentations, publications and guideline documents. Dr. Daum’s research areas include K-12 blended and online physical education curricula, how that curricula is implemented and the impact of that curricula. In addition he is interested in how technology is defined and utilized in face-to-face classrooms and in the preparation of future teachers. Full Cite: David N. Daum, Tyler Goad, Brian Mosier & Chad M. Killian (2021): Toward Quality Online Physical Education: Research Questions and Future Directions, International Journal of Kinesiology in Higher Education, DOI: 10.1080/24711616.2021.1930295 https://doi.org/10.1080/24711616.2021.1930295
August 31, 2021
185: Article Club: Physical Education and the academic discipline of kinesiology
This month we’ve read a paper by Dr. Melinda Solmon, that was just published in 2021 in Kinesiology Review. The title is Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy: The Application of the Academic Discipline of Kinesiology. The link to the article is in the notes. On the podcast are: Erin Centeio (@erincenteio) from Univ of Hawaii, Kevin Richards (KARRichards14) from Univ of Illinois, Tori Shiver (@vnshiver) from Northern Illinois Univ, and the man who suggested the article this week, Michael Hemphill (mhemphill31) who was recently awarded tenure and promotion at UNC-Greensboro Full cite: Solmon, M. A. (2021). Physical education and sport pedagogy: The application of the academic discipline of kinesiology. Kinesiology Review, 1(aop), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1123/kr.2021-0026 This paper was part of a special issue, here is the link: Link to special issue: https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/krj/krj-overview.xml
August 24, 2021
184: PE Teachers Experiences during COVID
This podcast featuring Dr. Erin Centeio (@erincenteio) discusses a large project in collaboration with OPEN Phys Ed (openphysed.org) to understand the experiences of PE teachers during the on set of the pandemic. The podcast overviews two papers which are linked below (open access) Erin Centeio Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=cp4i4uUAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao Full Cite: Centeio, E., Mercier, K., Garn, A., Erwin, H., Marttinen, R., & Foley, J. (2021). The Success and Struggles of Physical Education Teachers While Teaching Online During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 1(aop), 1-7. https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/jtpe/aop/article-10.1123-jtpe.2020-0295/article-10.1123-jtpe.2020-0295.xml?rskey=jzwQ5l&result=32 Mercier, K., Garn, A., Centeio, E., Erwin, H., Marttinen, R., & Foley, J. (2021). Physical education teachers’ experiences with remote instruction during the initial phase of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. (aop) https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/jtpe/40/2/article-p337.xml?rskey=NXkCXo&result=1
August 17, 2021
183: Revisiting the Australian Curriculum w/Laura Alfrey
This episode originally launched in 2018 as Ep 22: This episode covers the basics of the Australian Curriculum for Physical Education. This forward thinking curriculum is unique and amazing! Dr. Laura Alfrey (Twitter: @LauraAlfrey) explains how this curriculum has been designed and what it aims to deliver. This episode links to Episode 23 which covers Dr. Alrey's co-authored paper that won the PESP paper of the year award in 2017 about implementing critical inquiry with teachers. Laura is a Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Education at Monash University, Australia, with her main responsibilities relating broadly to Health and Physical Education. Her research has inclusion and teacher professional learning as it's central threads. Recent publications have explored phenomena such as fitness testing as a context for learning, critical inquiry, and stereotypes in Physical Education. Learn more about the Australian Curriculum from https://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/f-10-curriculum/health-and-physical-education/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support
August 10, 2021
182: Revisiting Twitter use by HPE Teachers
This originally aired in 2018 as Episode 15: This episode discusses a paper by Dr. Stephen Harvey on PE professionals use of Twitter. Dr. Stephen Harvey is an Associate Professor in Sports Coaching at Ohio University. His main research interest surrounds game-based approaches to teaching and coaching. However, his work in coaching has additionally been focused on the systematic observation of coaching behavior, and how coaching behavior is tied to coaches' biographies. Dr. Harvey has maintained an interest in educational technology and co-developed an app (Axis Coaching) that a trained observer can use to investigate and record coaches' behavior. Finally, Dr. Harvey's interest in educational technology has led to him researching with and about teachers and coaches social media use. You can find him at: Twitter: @drstephenharvey Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Voxer: sharvey7402 www.drstephenharvey.weebly.com The citation is: Harvey, S., & Hyndman, B. (2018). An Investigation into the Reasons Physical Education Professionals Use Twitter. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 37(4), 383-396. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support
August 03, 2021
181: Revisiting Informal Youth Sports
This episode originally aired in 2018... Episode 8 is our first "special topics" episode. So, instead of highlighting one specific article and discussing the paper we have a conversation about the topic in general and pull from various sources. These are going to be less structured and more free-flowing. This episode is a continuation of Episode 6 with Justen O'Connor and Dillon Landi. We discuss issues in youth sports, informal sports and the future of participation in PA. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwrhpe/support
July 28, 2021
180: Revisiting the BERA 2018 Scholar Lecture w/Dr. Quennerstedt
This podcast originally aired in Episode 18 in 2018. The article is the BERA SIG Scholar Lecture given by Dr. Mikael Quennerstedt. He and I talk about the "healthying of physical education" and it is one of my favorite conversations I've had.
July 20, 2021
179: Reversing policy neglect w/Dr Hans van der Mars.
Hans van der Mars (Arizona State Univ) comes on to discuss policy neglect, and policy literacy in PE. This paper is Chapter 2 from a special issue in 2021. Full Cite: van der Mars, H., Lawson, H. A., Mitchell, M., & Ward, P. (2021). Reversing Policy Neglect in US Physical Education: A Policy-Focused Primer. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 1(aop), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2020-0240
July 06, 2021
178: SEL Ch 15 Case Examples of Promising Practices in Outside-of-School Settings
For one last time before the book launches next week…I’m joined today by Dr. Zach Wahl-Alexander, and associate professor of physical education at Northern Illinois University as well as Dr. Jenn Jacobs, and assistant professor of sport and exercise psychology also at NIU, they co-authored Ch 15 titled: Case Examples of Promising Practices in Outside-of-School Settings This episode is part of a special series devoted to a new edited book entitled "Social and emotional learning in physical education: Applications in school and community settings". Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning in cooperation with SHAPE America, this book is edited by Dr. Paul Wright of Northern Illinois University and Dr. Kevin Richards of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available for Fall 2021 instruction, this text will integrate well into physical education teacher education coursework and is a great resource for teachers looking to increase the focus on social and emotional learning in their classes. This special series is sponsored by the Physical Activity and Life Skills Group in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Northern Illinois University
June 29, 2021
177: Social Justice Education and SEL Chapter 14
I’m joined today by Dr. Brian Culp, he is the Assistant Chair of the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education and a Professor of Health and Physical Education at Kennesaw State University and he co-authored the chapter “Social Justice and SEL: Case Examples of Promising Practices”. This episode is part of a special series devoted to a new edited book entitled "Social and emotional learning in physical education: Applications in school and community settings". Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning in cooperation with SHAPE America, this book is edited by Dr. Paul Wright of Northern Illinois University and Dr. Kevin Richards of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available for Fall 2021 instruction, this text will integrate well into physical education teacher education coursework and is a great resource for teachers looking to increase the focus on social and emotional learning in their classes. This special series is sponsored by the Physical Activity and Life Skills Group in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Northern Illinois University.
June 22, 2021
176: Sports Based Youth Development and SEL Chapter 13
I’m joined today by Dr. Michael Hemphill, an associate professor at UNC Greensboro. He is here to talk about Chapter 13 which discusses Sports Based Youth Development and SEL This episode is part of a special series devoted to a new edited book entitled "Social and emotional learning in physical education: Applications in school and community settings". Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning in cooperation with SHAPE America, this book is edited by Dr. Paul Wright of Northern Illinois University and Dr. Kevin Richards of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available for Fall 2021 instruction, this text will integrate well into physical education teacher education coursework and is a great resource for teachers looking to increase the focus on social and emotional learning in their classes. This special series is sponsored by the Physical Activity and Life Skills Group in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Northern Illinois University.
June 15, 2021
175: SEL in Adapted Physical Education Chapter 11
This episode is about Chapter 11 in the upcoming book on SEL in PE. The guest is Dr. Wes Wilson from the University of Utah The chapter title is: Social Emotional Learning in Adapted Physical Education This episode is part of a special series devoted to a new edited book entitled "Social and emotional learning in physical education: Applications in school and community settings". Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning in cooperation with SHAPE America, this book is edited by Dr. Paul Wright of Northern Illinois University and Dr. Kevin Richards of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available for Fall 2021 instruction, this text will integrate well into physical education teacher education coursework and is a great resource for teachers looking to increase the focus on social and emotional learning in their classes. This special series is sponsored by the Physical Activity and Life Skills Group in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Northern Illinois University.
June 08, 2021
174: Pedagogy Seminar Reflection
This is the last session of the pedagogy seminar led by Dr. Ben Dyson of UNCG. The students review and reflect on the semester long seminar. You can listen to the 15 seminars in the episodes preceding. You can find them listed by searching "pedagogy seminar" in this google doc https://t.co/QGAooycSNE?amp=1
June 04, 2021
173: SEL and Skill Themes Chapter 5
I’m joined today by Dr. Missy Parker from the University of Limerick as well as Dr. Kevin Patton from California State University, Chico. We’re going to be discussing their co-authored chapter, “Connecting Skill Themes and Social-Emotional Learning in Elementary Physical Education This episode is part of a special series devoted to a new edited book entitled "Social and emotional learning in physical education: Applications in school and community settings". Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning in cooperation with SHAPE America, this book is edited by Dr. Paul Wright of Northern Illinois University and Dr. Kevin Richards of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available for Fall 2021 instruction, this text will integrate well into physical education teacher education coursework and is a great resource for teachers looking to increase the focus on social and emotional learning in their classes. This special series is sponsored by the Physical Activity and Life Skills Group in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Northern Illinois University.
June 01, 2021
172: AIESEP Connect May: Fitness Testing Pros and Cons
Laura Alfrey and Gregor Jurak will lead an #AIESEPConnect discussion titled Fitness testing in Physical Education – Pros and Cons.
May 31, 2021
171: Pedagogy Seminar w/ Dr. Michelle Grenier
This pedagogy seminar led by Dr. Ben Dyson from UNCG features Dr. Michelle Grenier - you can find more information on Dr. Grenier here: https://chhs.unh.edu/person/michelle-grenier Professor Michelle Grenier, Ph.D., C.A.P.E., is an internationally recognized expert in the field of inclusion and adapted physical education. She served as editor for a Human Kinetics publication entitled Physical Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach. She is coordinator of the Health and Physical Education Option in the Department of Kinesiology and oversees the adapted physical education concentration at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Dr. Grenier has presented her research on inclusion and best practices at the state, national and international levels and acts as a consultant to schools throughout the country. She is the Adapted Physical Education representative for the New Hampshire Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, former chair of the national AAHPERD association and is a representative on APE/A interest group for SHAPE America.
May 28, 2021
170: Social Emotional Learning in PE Chapter 2
This podcast features Dr. Kevin Richards and Dr. Paul Wright discussing the second chapter of the upcoming SEL book. The chapter title is: Connecting Social and Emotional Learning to the Physical Education Curriculum This episode is part of a special series devoted to a new edited book entitled "Social and emotional learning in physical education: Applications in school and community settings". Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning in cooperation with SHAPE America, this book is edited by Dr. Paul Wright of Northern Illinois University and Dr. Kevin Richards of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available for Fall 2021 instruction, this text will integrate well into physical education teacher education coursework and is a great resource for teachers looking to increase the focus on social and emotional learning in their classes. This special series is sponsored by the Physical Activity and Life Skills Group in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Northern Illinois University.
May 25, 2021
169: For white folks who teach in the hood: Book Club #3
This is our third book club. The book we read and discuss on the podcast is "For white folks who teach in the hood..." By Dr. Christopher Emdin. You can find more information on the book and a link to order here https://chrisemdin.com/
May 20, 2021
168: May PETE Collaborative
This is the recording of the May 2021 PETE Collaborative. Title: One Year In: Celebrating a Year of PETE Collaboration and Forming a Collective Vision for the Future Overview: In recognition of an enriching year of PETE Collaborative meetings and in an effort to remain rooted in a collective spirit, this session will focus on 1) Reflecting and appreciating a year of participant and panelist contributions to the development of this community, 2) Talking together to develop a shared vision for the future of the PETE Collaborative. Participants will be encouraged to share perspectives and ideas for the future of the PETE Collaborative. Please fill out this survey (link below) to help us plan for the future of the PETE Collaborative. We would love to hear from any of you who are on this email list, whether you plan to attend the session or not. SURVEY LINK TO OFFER INSIGHTS FOR A FUTURE VISION OF PETE COLLABORATIVE
May 18, 2021
167: Social Emotional Learning in PE Chapter 1
This podcast features Dr. Kevin Richards and Dr. Paul Wright discussing the first chapter of the upcoming SEL book. The chapter title is: Introduction to Social and Emotional Learning in Physical Education This episode is part of a special series devoted to a new edited book entitled "Social and emotional learning in physical education: Applications in school and community settings". Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning in cooperation with SHAPE America, this book is edited by Dr. Paul Wright of Northern Illinois University and Dr. Kevin Richards of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available for Fall 2021 instruction, this text will integrate well into physical education teacher education coursework and is a great resource for teachers looking to increase the focus on social and emotional learning in their classes. This special series is sponsored by the Physical Activity and Life Skills Group in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Northern Illinois University.
May 18, 2021
166: SEL and PE, a Foreword by Dr. Joseph Durlak
I’m joined today by Dr. Joseph Durlak who is a legend in the SEL field. Dr Durlak has written the foreword to the upcoming book on SEL and we discuss that and how SEL in PE aligns with what the other part of the education field is doing. We will launch one podcast each week on different chapters from this book on SEL in PE starting next Tuesday. They will air weekly on Tuesday's until the launch of the book July 1st. This episode is part of a special series devoted to a new edited book entitled "Social and emotional learning in physical education: Applications in school and community settings". Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning in cooperation with SHAPE America, this book is edited by Dr. Paul Wright of Northern Illinois University and Dr. Kevin Richards of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Available for Fall 2021 instruction, this text will integrate well into physical education teacher education coursework and is a great resource for teachers looking to increase the focus on social and emotional learning in their classes. This special series is sponsored by the Physical Activity and Life Skills Group in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Northern Illinois University.
May 14, 2021
165: “It has really amazed me what my body can now do” boundary work and the construction of a body-positive dance community.
Join Dr. Joanne Hill (@drjoannehill) from theUniversity of Bedfordshire, Bedford, UK to discuss her article with Rachel Sandford and Eimear Enright “It has really amazed me what my body can now do” boundary work and the construction of a body-positive dance community. We will talk about the process of the participants of a London-based dance school identified as a body positive space to challenge the gender boundaries of this environment in their practice. Twitter: @drjoannehill Full Cite: Hill, J., Sandford, R.A., Enright, E. (2016). “It has really amazed me what my body can now do”: boundary work and the construction of a body-positive dance community. Sport in Society, 19(5), 667–679. https://doi.org/10.1080/17430437.2015.1073946
May 11, 2021
164: Pedagogy Seminar Tom Martinek
This pedagogy seminar led by Dr. Ben Dyson of UNCG features Dr. Tom Martinek https://kin.uncg.edu/about-us/our-faculty/tom-martinek/ Tom Martinek is a professor in the Department of Kinesiology. During his 40-year tenure at University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). Tom’s research has focused on the social and psychological dynamics of teaching and coaching. Tom has directed and taught in Project Effort which consists of after-school sport and leadership programs for underserved children and youth. The basis of his work has evolved from his past sequential research on teacher expectancy effects, learned helplessness, and resiliency of at-risk youth. He is also the advisor of the Community Youth Sport Development graduate program. Most recently, he has established an alternative high school (called a middle college) for at-risk students on UNCG’s campus.
May 04, 2021
163: AIESEP Connect May Optimising Social Media for Physical Activity Diet and Quality of Life
This is the May 2021 recorrding of #AIESEPCONNECT - Optimising Social Media for Physical Activity Diet and Quality of Life: Lessons learned from Covid 19 led by: @VGoodyear @KMakopoulou_PE @aiesep
May 03, 2021
162:An ecological dynamics conceptualisation of physical “education”: Where we have been and where we could go next.
Dr James Rudd (@JamesRRudd) brings an overview of his article with Woods, Correia, Seifert, and Davids ‘An ecological dynamics conceptualisation of physical “education”: Where we have been and where we could go next.’ We discuss the ecological dynamics framework to a ‘softer pedagogy’ with practical examples that transcends the PE journey from K-12 enabling children to lead a physically active life beyond the school gates. Twitter: @JamesRRudd Full Cite: Rudd, J., Woods, C., Correia, V., Seifert, L., & Davids, K. (2021). An ecological dynamics conceptualisation of physical “education”: Where we have been and where we could go next. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/17408989.2021.1886271
April 27, 2021
161: Towards a culturally relevant sport pedagogy w/Dr Carla Luguetti
Dr. Carla Luguetti (@carlaluguetti) discusses her study that led to two articles with Loy Singehebhuye and Ramón Spaaij (@Ramon_Spaaij) Towards a culturally relevant sport pedagogy: Lessons learned from African Australian refugee background coaches in grassroots football and‘Stop mocking, start respecting’: an activist approach meets African Australian refugee-background young women in grassroots football. We will talk about the need for community-driven and culturally responsive pedagogies through the lens of African Australian refugee-background coaches ’pedagogies and an activist approach to co-create a sport program with [RM1] refugee-background young women[RM2] . Twitter: @carlaluguetti, @Ramon_Spaaij Full Cite: Luguetti, C., Singehebhuye, L., & Spaaij, R. (2020). Towards a culturally relevant sport pedagogy: Lessons learned from African Australian refugee-background coaches in grassroots football, Sport, Education and Society, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1080/13573322.2020.1865905 Luguetti, C., Singehebhuye, L., & Spaaij, R. (2021): ‘Stop mocking, start respecting’: An activist approach meets African Australian refugee-background young women in grassroots football, Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/2159676X.2021.1879920 [RM1]The football program seemed to be a connector of cultures…a common language. [RM2]Immigrants writing about immigrants. Did this program cost $? Life skills thru football
April 20, 2021
160: 2021 AERA SIG Scholar Lecture by Katie Fitzpatrick
The Catherine D. Ennis SIG Scholar Award is the highest honor given by the AERA SIG "Research on Teaching and Learning in Physical Education" AKA SIG 93 (@AERARlipe). This year's award goes to Dr. Katie Fitzpatrick from the University of Auckland You can find more information including access to past webinars hosted by SIG 93 here: https://www.aera.net/SIG093/RLIPE-SIG-93
April 13, 2021
159: Trauma Informed Pedagogies in Physical Education w/Dr. Tom Quarmby
Dr. Tom Quarmby (Twitter: @DrTomQ) comes on to discuss his recently published paper on Trauma Informed Pedagogies. Full Cite: Quarmby, T., Sandford, R., Green, R., Hooper, O., & Avery, J. (2021). Developing evidence-informed principles for trauma-aware pedagogies in physical education. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 1-15. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17408989.2021.1891214?casa_token=DfhpUqBI1cQAAAAA%3AmqH8hBJE-40w_p1Ohe9864JR1eBJJEMXBJ6gL0cSox0l2_yMk8KKgTGeCszD3W5LrXAcUPbsxAowng
April 13, 2021
158: ‘While we may lead a horse to water we cannot make him drink’- A participatory action research project
Join Dr. Lars Bjørke (@larsbjorke) to discuss his participatory action research as an educative continuing professional development experience with Øyvind Førland Standal & Kjersti Mordal Moen. We will discuss the challenges, tensions, experiences, and journeys of three PE teachers in this pedagogical intervention through the lens of Dewey’s educational theory. Twitter: @larsbjorke Full Cite: Bjørke, L., Standal, Ø. F., & Moen, K. (2020). “While we may lead a horse to water we cannot make him drink”: Three physical education teachers’ professional growth through and beyond a prolonged participatory action research project. Sport, Education and Society, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/13573322.2020.1799781
April 06, 2021
157: Book Launch Podcast: Out of School PA programs
This podcast discusses the recent book we published. This is the first book to offer a critical examination of the delivery of before and after-school physical activity programs, from global perspectives. It introduces key theory and best practice in before and after-school physical activity research and programming, and is an essential resource for educators involved in the design and implementation of after-school programs. With contributions from leading international researchers and practitioners in the field of health and physical education, the book provides an overview of research methods in before and after-school physical activity. It offers insight on theoretical frameworks and the implementation of programs as they relate to policy in schools, as well as an overview of social and emotional learning in after-school programs. The book also explores inclusive before and after-school physical activity programming for underserved communities, covering key topics from Positive Youth Development and urban programming to developing adult leaders and working with LGBTQI populations and children with disabilities. This book is important reading for researchers in health and physical education, and policy-makers, teachers, youth workers and coaches working with children in physical education, health education, physical activity or sport. This book: Before and after-school physical activity programs: Frameworks, critical issues, and underserved populations, was edited by Risto Marttinen, Erin Centeio, and Tom Quarmby. It was published at the beginning of 2021 https://www.routledge.com/Before-and-After-School-Physical-Activity-Programs-Frameworks-Critical/Marttinen-Centeio-Quarmby/p/book/9780367509361
March 30, 2021
156: Pedagogy Seminar with Ash Casey
Ash Casey (@DrAshCasey) joins Ben Dyson and the pedagogy seminar course at UNC-Greensboro.
March 23, 2021
155: Book Club "Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria"
This is a book club hosted by Risto with Dr. Clancy Seymore (Twitter @DrClancySeymore) and one of his AMAZING students Harry Reed. The podcast covers a national best seller book titled “Why are all the black kids sitting together in the cafeteria” by Beverly Daniel Tatum. Some of you may have read this book several years ago, as it was first published on 1997…Dr. Tatum revised and updated it in 2017 We hope others will read the book as well and engage in further discussion If you do read the book and plan to host your own discussion Dr. Tatum has created a set of discussion questions, some of which we used to guide our discussion. Here is a link: https://www.beverlydanieltatum.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Beverly-Daniel-Tatum-Book-Group-Discussion-Guide.pdf
March 16, 2021
154: SHAPE America Standards Revision PETE Collaborative
This is the audio from the March 2021 PETE Collaborative meeting Title: Enhancing the SHAPE K-12 standards: Feedback from PETE Faculty Overview: During this session, 10-12 pre-selected PETE faculty will discuss the strengths and opportunities for growth within the SHAPE America K-12 physical education standards. The selected faculty presenters represent diverse perspectives and expertise in the PETE community in areas such as social justice, culturally responsive pedagogy, models based practice, LGBTQ , ableism, physical literacy, and elementary and secondary PE. The purpose and intent of this discussion is to examine the standards constructively, with the hopes of providing meaningful feedback to SHAPE America that can be used to update and revise the standards in the future. Participants who are interested will be invited to stay at the end of the collaborative to continue the conversation more informally. The panelists were: Tristan Wallhead Langston Clark Cory Dixon Ang Chen Kevin Patton Dillon Landi, Sue Sutherland, Jen Walton Fisette *presented as a group Tanjian Liang Paul Wright Scott McNamara
March 12, 2021
153: “I Wish I Had Had You as a PE Teacher”: Physical Educators’ Experiences in a Professional Learning Community
Dr. Zack Beddoes from the University of Wisconsin—La Crosse discusses his article with Debra Sazama, and Jenna Starck. We will talk about the experiences and practices of three physical education teachers and one school principal in an organized Professional Learning Community. Full Cite: Beddoes, Z., Sazama, D., & Starck, J. (2021). “I wish I had had you as a PE teacher”: Physical educators’ experiences in a professional learning community. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, (aop). https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2020-0177
March 09, 2021
152: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Preservice Teachers Teaching at a Youth Development Center
Risto is joined by Dr. Cory Dixon (@CoryEDixon1) from Rowan University to discuss his article in JTPE about the pedagogical experiences of undergraduate PETE seniors teaching physical education in a youth development center through a cultural relevance cycle framework. Twitter: @CoryEDixon1 Dixon, C. E., Hastie, P. A., & Russell, J. A. (2021). Senior physical education teacher education majors’ reflections on teaching at a youth development center. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. (In press).
March 02, 2021
151: AIESEP Connect "Black Humanity in a Crisis of Movement" w/Dr. Brian Culp
On Friday Feb 26th 2021 Dr. Brian Culp (@CultureNmotion) led a discussion titled "Black Humanity in a Crisis of Movement" as a part of #AIESEPConnect #CoffeeWithColleagues. These sessions bring research and discussion from around the globe to the AIESEP family. Brian references a paper he spoke to me on the podcast about in the presentation. You can find that paper here: (Episode 59) https://anchor.fm/PwRHPE/episodes/59-Illegitimate-Bodies-in-Legitimate-Times-Life--Liberty--and-the-Pursuit-of-Movement-e51jq6/a-alacdv
March 01, 2021
150: Women, war and sport: The battle of the 2019 Solheim Cup w/Dr. Ali Bowes
Join Dr. Ali Bowes (@DrABowes) to discuss her article with Alan Bairner, Stuart Whigham, and Niamh Kitching ‘Women, war and sport: The battle of the 2019 Solheim Cup’. We will talk about the legitimacy of female athletes through the media coverage of the 2019 Solheim Cup that positioned them as nationally significant and as proxy warriors on the sports field. Twitter: @DrABowes Full Cite: Bowes, B., Bairner, A., Whigham, S., & Kitching, N. (2020). Women, war and sport: The battle of the 2019 Solheim Cup. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 13(4), 424–443. https://doi.org/10.1080/17526272.2020.1829788
February 23, 2021
149: Sue Sutherland Pedagogy Seminar
Dr. Sue Sutherland leads this pedagogy seminar at UNC-Greensboro with Dr. Ben Dyson
February 16, 2021
148: PETE Collaborative Feb: Recruitment and Retention in PETE
The February 2021 PETE Collaborative discussed recruitment and retention. Overview: During this panel style session, participants will hear from panelists who have conducted research on and implemented strategies for recruiting preservice teachers into PETE programs. Panelists will introduce topics and participants will have the opportunity to add their input both verbally and through the chat function. Specific connections to the COVID-19 pandemic that frame recruitment will be discussed. Participants who are interested will be invited to stay at the end of the collaborative to continue the conversation more informally. Discussion topics included: (a) Innovative approaches to recruiting and retaining students, (b) Recruiting students from diverse populations – Representation matters, and (c) Research related to recruitment in physical education.
February 12, 2021
147: Article Club on Recruitment and Retention in PETE
Our eleventh article club discusses recruitment and retention in the PETE community. This podcast is a part of a week-long effort to increase awareness of a very real teacher shortage in the USA in HPE teachers. The article we are discussing: Richards, KAR., Kern, B., Ayers, S., Woods, A., & Graber, K. (2021). A theoretically informed conceptual framework for recruitment and retention in PETE. Quest. (aop). https://doi.org/10.1080/00336297.2020.1869568 Want to see other episodes by category? Click this link https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hKkdndQF8OY6C8sPhB4RXRHm4hEDZAgFcc08B--7yR0/edit?usp=sharing You can engage in discussion via #HPEresearch on twitter. The voices you hear are: K. Andrew. R. Richards @KARRichards14 Ingrid Johnson @IJ_PEProf Suzanna Dillon @SuzannaRDillon Risto Marttinen @ristomarttinen Individuals interested in the opportunity for Masters and Doctoral studies in APE should contact Dr. Dillon at email@example.com. Texas Woman's University (TWU) is pleased to be a part of the Multi-Institution Mentorship Consortium (MAMC), funded by the U. S. Office of Special Education Programs (https://mamc.info/). MAMC prepares leadership personnel in the field of Adapted Physical Activity to serve as higher education faculty, and train pre-service physical education teachers and related service professionals to appropriately educate youth with disabilities. TWU is a member of this collaborative consortium along with the other partner institutions - East Carolina University, Georgia State University, Ohio State University, Old Dominion University, Oregon State University, University of Delaware, University of Virginia, and West Virginia University. This is a generous graduate fellowship for doctoral scholars who are US citizens interested in a unique graduate opportunity in APA. Individuals interested in this opportunity should contact Dr. Dillon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 09, 2021
146: Trends of PETE in East Asia #AIESEPConnect
#AIESEPConnect #CoffeeWithColleagues is kicking 2021 off with “The trends of Physical Education Teacher Education in East Asia” This session aired live Friday January 29th Moderators and Speakers include: Okseon Lee Sotaro Honda Chingwei Chang See all episodes of The HPE podcast from this Google Doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hKkdndQF8OY6C8sPhB4RXRHm4hEDZAgFcc08B--7yR0/edit?usp=sharing
February 02, 2021
145: Risto Marttinen on the Physical Activity Researcher Podcast
This podcast is a cross over episode where the host of @theHPEpodcast goes on @PA_researcher podcast. We discuss the role of PA in PE research. Here is a description of the PA researcher podcast hosted by Olli Tikkanen: The source of latest research findings in all things related to physical activity, exercise and health. World-renowned experts as guest. Sponsored by Fibion. paresearcher.podbean.com
February 02, 2021
144: Pedagogy Seminar Stephen Harvey
This pedagogy seminar features Dr. Stephen Harvey from Ohio Univeristy
January 26, 2021
143: Pedagogy Seminar on Sport Education with Hastie and Wallhead
This pedagogy seminar covers the expansive work of Drs. Peter Hastie and Tristan Wallhead on the Sport Education model.
January 19, 2021
142: January PETE Collaborative
This PETE Collaborative, which meets the second Thursday of each month is a place for PETE faculty to share resources and discuss current topics. The January collaborative reflected on things that went right, things that we need to change and offered a place to reflect on a full semester of pandemic teaching. The breakout groups are cut out of the podcast.
January 15, 2021
141: Twitter as a Professional Development Platform
This episode covers one chapter from the recent special issue on social media use in PE (see Episode 137 for more). The full citation is here: Richards, K. A. R., Killian, C. M., Kinder, C. J., Badshah, K., & Cushing, C. (2020). Twitter as a professional development platform among US physical education teachers. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 39(4), 454-463. Author Twitter handles: @KARRichards14 @ChadKillian1 @ckindo9 You can follow the podcast @theHPEpodcast
January 12, 2021
140: It's not like you are less of a man just because you don't play rugby
Dominant discourses of gender that are related to physical activity, body image, and health are reproduced in PE. Join Dr. Göran Gerdin (@GerdinNG) to discuss boys’ experiences of gender discourses in PE during secondary school lessons in New Zealand. We will talk about his article that draws on a large ethnographic study that acknowledges boys as active subjects in problamatizing and negotiating power relations. Twitter: @GerdinNG You can find the full cite here: Gerdin, G. (2017). ‘It's not like you are less of a man just because you don't play rugby'—boys' problematisation of gender during secondary school physical education lessons in New Zealand. Sport, Education and Society, 22(8), 890-904. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/13573322.2015.1112781
January 05, 2021
139: Mexican PE Curriculum
Oscar Nuñez Enriquez from the Autonomous University in Chihuahua Mexico comes on to discuss the Mexican Physical Education Curriculum
December 29, 2020
138: English Curriculum, There is new wording, but there is no real change in what we deliver
Governments worldwide use curriculum reform and policy instruments aiming to promote pedagogical change in schools. Join Dr. Frank Herold (@DrFrankHerold) to discuss physical education teachers’ interpretation and implementation of a new, minimalist, and traditionalist National Curriculum for Physical Education (NCPE) in England. Social media: @DrFrankHerold You can find the full cite here: Herold, F. (2020). “There is new wording, but there is no real change in what we deliver”: Implementing the new National Curriculum for Physical Education in England. European Physical Education Review, 26(4), 920–937. https://doi.org/10.1177/1356336X19892649
December 22, 2020
137: Social Media for Professional Development Special Issue
This podcast overviews a recent special issue on the use of social media as professional development in HPE. The special issue had 6 articles plus an intro and conclusion. This link will take you to the special issue: https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2020-0004 Stephen Harvey: @drstephenharvey (Twitter) Carpenter: @jeffpcarpenter (Twitter) Hyndman: @dr_bph (Twitter)
December 15, 2020
135: Pedagogy seminar with Ben Dyson
Ben Dyson leads this pedagogy seminar from UNC Greensboro.
December 08, 2020
134: When a teacher-centered facilitator meets a student-centered pedagogy
This podcast examines the experience of Oscar Nuñez Enriquez who, over 4 years tracked his change from a teacher directed facilitator to a student-centered teacher who enacts an activist approach. The paper examines Oscar's journey through Chicana Feminist Theory. Full cite: Nuñez Enriquez, O., & Oliver, K. L. (2020). ‘The collision of two worlds’: when a teacher-centered facilitator meets a student-centered pedagogy. Sport, Education and Society, 1-12. Oscar on Twitter at @oscarne68
December 01, 2020
133: AIESEP Connect European PETE during COVID-19
November's #AIESEPConnect #CoffeeWithColleagues is hosted by @wesleyob1, João Costa and colleagues titled European Physical Education Teacher Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic #AIESEPConnect is the name of our new AIESEP Global Outreach Programme. It provides a space where members can critically engage with ‘hot’ topics that are linked to the core mission of AIESEP. It is a monthly engagement, a one-hour on-line session on the last Friday of each month. The timing of the session changes to ensure that we have global engagement in #AIESEPConnect sessions. Dr Fiona Chambers (Secretary General) and Dr Louise McCuaig (Board Member) are the moderators of #AIESEPConnect
November 30, 2020
132: Article Club 10 Gendered-biased language in PE
Our tenth article club discusses gender based communication in PE. The paper (below) was a very well written paper and brought on some important discussion points! Valley, J. A., & Graber, K. C. (2017). Gender-biased communication in physical education. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 36(4), 498-509. To link to this article: https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/jtpe/36/4/article-p498.xml You can engage in discussion via #HPEresearch on twitter. The voices you hear are: Tori Shiver @vnshiver Erin Centeio @ecenteio K. Andrew. R. Richards @KARRichards14
November 24, 2020
131: Pedagogy Seminar Restorative Practices in HPE
Dr. Michael Hemphill from UNC-Greensboro joins Ben Dyson for a great discussion on restorative practices in this issue of the Pedagogy Seminar.
November 17, 2020
130: Policy and YOU matter PETE Collaborative November
The PETE collaborative is a group of teacher educators in PE who meet the second Thursday of each month via zoom to discuss relevant issues in the field. This is the audio from the Nov 2020 meeting and panelists include Ann MacPhail and Hans van der Mars.
November 15, 2020
129:The utilization of FITNESSGRAM in PETE programs
This paper discusses the use of FITNESSGRAM in PETE programs to assess pre-service teachers. Full Cite: Tara B. Blackshear (2020): The Use of FITNESSGRAM® in PETE: Is It Appropriate? International Journal of Kinesiology in Higher Education, DOI: 10.1080/24711616.2020.1806156 Tara: Twitter @TaraBlackshear The paper Tara talked about at the end: Blackshear, T. B. (2020). Short and sweet: HIIT training in PE. Strategies: A Journal for Sport and Physical Educators, 33(2), 3-12. doi10.1080/08924562.2019.1705218
November 10, 2020
128: Teacher agency in enacting physical education in a period of curriculum change and reform
In a period of curriculum change and reform in physical education, this research highlights the processes of an Irish teacher in achieving agency in PE classes. Join Dylan to discuss this figurational viewpoint of teacher agency through the development of a new school subject in Ireland. You can find the full cite here: Scanlon, D., Calderón, A., & MacPhail, A. (2020). Teacher agency in enacting physical education in a period of curriculum change and reform in Ireland. The Curriculum Journal. DOI: 10.1002/curj.80 Social media here: @Dylan_Scanlon1 / https://pess.blog/tag/dylan-scanlon/ @acalderon_pe / https://pess.blog/tag/antonio-calderon/ @AnnMacPhail1 / https://pess.blog/tag/ann-macphail/
November 03, 2020
127: AIESEP Coffee w/Colleagues: Design Thinking w/Dr. Fiona Chambers
This is the recording from the October Coffee with Colleagues It provides a space where members can critically engage with ‘hot’ topics that are linked to the core mission of AIESEP. It is a monthly engagement, a one-hour on-line session on the last Friday of each month. The timing of the session changes to ensure that we have global engagement in #AIESEPConnect sessions. This session focuses on Design Thinking and is led by Dr. Fiona Chambers (@DrFiChambers)
November 02, 2020
#Movember Call to Action
I am happy you're here! By coming to the notes section, you at least are intrigued about Movember. The information on how to join is below. Click on the link below to join the team as a member, build your own page, and choose your own goals. So Step 1: click on this https://movember.com/t/masonmovement?mc=1 Step 2: join as a member Step 3: build your own page If you can't find the team look for the team titled “MasonMovement” one word or Team ID is 2352799 So… The question is… are you in? Join here: https://movember.com/t/masonmovement?mc=1 This is my individual page: https://movember.com/m/wristtoe?mc=1 Three ways to participate: 1. Grow a mustache 2. Walk, run, hike 60 miles 3. Mo your own way...meaning, select your own challenge and make it happen! The challenge starts Sunday Movember 1st!
October 29, 2020
126: Article Club 9 Traditional Methodology: Prospects for Change 1971!!
Our ninth article club travels back in time to 1971, an article published in Quest titled: Traditional Methodology: Prospects for Change. Shirl James Hoffman (1971) Traditional Methodology: Prospects for Change, Quest, 15:1, 51-57, DOI: 10.1080/00336297.1971.10519701 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/00336297.1971.10519701 You can see a lecture Dr. Hoffman gave here https://youtu.be/pFZYJ-rNrsI You can engage in discussion via #HPEresearch on twitter. The voices you hear are: K. Andrew. R. Richards @KARRichards14 Tori Shiver @vnshiver Michael Hemphill @mhemphill31
October 27, 2020
125: APE Teachers' Perspectives of Educational Research
Andrew Colombo-Dougovito (@ThatHippieProf) comes on to discuss a paper recently published in RQES on adapted physical educators’ views of educational research. You can find his website here https://www.colombodougovito.com/ Full cite: McNamara, S. W., Colombo-Dougovito, A. M., Weiner, B., & Ahrens, C. (2020). Adapted Physical Educators’ Perspectives of Educational Research. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 1-13.
October 20, 2020
124: PETE Collaborative APE Take-over
Faculty in adapted physical education and adapted physical activity take over the collaborative in October. In this session, a panel of APE researchers from various career stages introduced and discussed issues related to inclusion and PE, with a special emphasis on students who have disabilities while also belonging to other underrepresented groups. Exploring the intersectionality of membership in this diverse array of identities, we hoped to generate dialogue about the subjective experiences of students in PE and whether those experiences are truly inclusive. The panelists approached this discussion through a social justice lens. Throughout the session, we encouraged questions and commentary from members of the collaborative. Dr. Wes Wilson posed the following topics: What it means for students with disabilities to 'feel included' in PE How embodied knowledge (actions, feelings, and lived experiences) in more than one identity group may influence students' understanding of their PE participation How inclusion can be a fulcrum of social justice in PE
October 13, 2020
123: Pedagogy Seminar with Dr. Paul Wright
Dr. Paul Wright joins Ben and the class at UNC-Greensboro to discuss several topics and focuses on SEL.
October 13, 2020
123: PETE programs..why so much Gen Ed? Dr. Ashley Phelps
Do you remember General Education classes? How long did it take for you to get to your major classes? Are we doing a disservice to future PE teachers by requiring so much gen ed content? Well... Dr. Ashley Phelps did a study on this. This episode breaks down PETE programs in the USA and compares the gen ed, major courses, and field work. We had a great discussion on the implications of all of this on teaching and PETE. Here is a link to a faculty profile: https://advance.unm.edu/2020/08/06/ashley-phelps/ Twitter @ashley_phelps03 Full Cite: Phelps, A., & Keating, X. (2020). Credit Hour Comparisons Across Various Physical Education Teacher Education Institutions in the United States. The Physical Educator, 77(3). doi:https://doi.org/10.18666/TPE-2020-V77-I3-10166
October 06, 2020
122: Article Club 8 "being othered as a means to teach social justice in PETE"
Our eight article club talks about teaching social justice in PHETE You can engage in discussion via #HPEresearch on twitter. The voices you hear are: K. Andrew. R. Richards @KARRichards14 Erin Centeio @ecenteio Tori Shiver @vnshiver Michael Hemphill @mhemphill31 and me: Risto Marttinen @ristomarttinen You can follow the podcast @theHPEpodcast Here is the full cite: Hennig, L. C., Schaefer, L., & Gleddie, D. (2020). In (di) visable: inquiring into being ‘othered’as a means to teach social justice in PHETE. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 1-15. Doug Gleddie is @doug_gleddie and Lee Schaefer is @Schaef9
September 29, 2020
121: Models Based Practice Conversation
On Sept 22nd, 2020 40 experts, researchers and teachers got together for a conversation about Model(s) Based Practice. This is the audio from the meeting.
September 22, 2020
120: The fantasmatic logics of physical literacy
Dr. Louise McCuaig and Dr. Mikael Quennerstedt come on to discuss physical literacy (PL) and the debate of PL in policy and research. This is a great conversation about the promises made on behalf of PL and if it/we can keep them. Full Cite: Quennerstedt, M., McCuaig, L., & Mårdh, A. (2020). The fantasmatic logics of physical literacy. Sport, Education and Society, 1-16.
September 22, 2020
119: Pre-service teachers’ experiences of learning to teach LGBTQ students
This open access article discusses the experiences of pre-service teachers learning to teach LGBTQ students. Colin McCaughey, a current physical educator and Dr. Tim Fletcher from Brock University join to discuss the article. You can find the open access article here: https://ojs.acadiau.ca/index.php/phenex/article/view/4088 Dr. Fletcher runs an awesome HPE website and center. You can find it here https://meaningfulpe.wordpress.com/lampe-team/ Full Cite: McCaughey, C., & Fletcher, T. (2020). Pre-service teachers’ experiences of learning to teach LGBTQ students in health and physical education. Revue phénEPS/PHEnex Journal, 11(1).
September 15, 2020
118: PETE Collaborative September
The PETE collaborative is a gathering of PETE and HETE professors to discuss relevant issues in our field as well as to build community. This meeting focused on the conversations around the following four topics: Development of relationships and sense of program belonging with preservice teachers Facilitating effective field experiences Delivering activity and methods courses Continuous professional learning for PETE faculty members You can find more information on the Collaborative and links to all our shared content on: https://www.thehpewebsite.com/building-community-in-pete
September 14, 2020
117: Doc Seminar 6 w/Dr. Luiza Goncalves Communities of Inquiry
This podcast discusses communities of inquiry from a global perspective. Dr. Luiza Lana Goncalves is the recipient of the first ever Developing Country Scholar Award from AIESEP in 2019. The Doctoral Seminar series will continue to run through the fall semester and is facilitated by Dr. Ben Dyson at UNC-Greensboro Here is here ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Luiza_Goncalves3 Twitter: @Luizalana3
September 08, 2020
117: Welsh Curriculum
Dr. David Aldous (@dcraldous) comes on to discuss the new Welsh curriculum set to launch in 2022 You can find information on Dr. Aldous here https://www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/schoolofsport/staff/Pages/David-Aldous.aspx You can find out more about the 2008 curriculum here https://hwb.gov.wales/curriculum-for-wales-2008/key-stages-2-to-4/physical-education-in-the-national-curriculum-for-wales
September 01, 2020
116: Assessment in PE the AIESEP Position Statement
This AIESEP connect discusses the recent position statement on Assessment in PE. The discussion after the presentation starts around the 34 min mark The discussion is led by researchers from Fontys University of Applied Sciences, School of Sport Studies in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Here is the position statement in English: https://aiesep.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/AIESEP-Position-Statement-on-PE-Assessment-FINAL1.pdf Please share this document with key stakeholders in your area in physical education. Translations will be posted on the aiesep site.
August 29, 2020
115: Sport Education Part 2 Planning a Unit
Dr. Tristan Wallhead comes back to explain the what teachers should consider when planning a sport education unit. Check out Episode 114 to hear Dr. Wallhead explain what a Sport Ed class would look like.
August 25, 2020
114: Sport Education Model Part 1 w/Dr. Tristan Wallhead
This is the first of 2 podcasts on the Sport Education model explained by Dr. Tristan Wallhead More information on Dr. Wallhead can be found here: http://www.uwyo.edu/kandh/department-directory/faculty/tristan-wallhead.html
August 22, 2020
113: Seminar 4 Part 2: Dr. Ben Dyson on Indigenous Pedagogies
Ben Dyson continues on about indigenous pedagogies from episode 111 specific to the Maori.
August 18, 2020
112: "Return to School" PETE Collaborative 5
Given the new semester will be beginning soon for most of us, and the continued uncertainty and impending challenges associated with PETE in the COVID-19 era, we felt it important to focus this meeting of the collaborative on strategies and approaches for online and remote learning. The focus/title of the session is: Forward-thinking Solutions to Engaging Learners and Faculty within University PETE Fall 2020 and Beyond This PETE Collaborative was recorded on August 13, 2020
August 14, 2020
111: Seminar 4 Indigenous Pedagogies with Dr. Pipe
This podcast covers indigenous pedagogies. Dr. Laura Pipe from UNC Greensboro comes on to share a great session! https://www.laurampipe.com/biography.html Next week (ep 112) will be a follow up from this session where Ben Dyson continues on about indigenous pedagogies, specific to the Maori.
August 11, 2020
110: Seminar 4 Dr Richard Pringle Socio-critical HPE
Dr. Pringle from Monash University joins to lead seminar 4. His research and teaching is primarily within the broader sociology of sport and health/physical education fields and is underpinned by a critical interest to promote issues of social justice. Dr. Pringel is particularly interested in how people are shaped by the workings of power and how, in turn, power relations can be shaped by people. Through examining how power ‘works’, he's hopeful that we can make a positive difference in people’s lives, particularly in the contexts of sport, health and physical education, active leisure, ‘embodiment’ and exercise. More from his bio: https://research.monash.edu/en/persons/richard-pringle
July 28, 2020
109: Doctoral Seminar 3 with Dr. Phillip Ward
This is the 3rd doctoral seminar from UNC-Greensboro. Dr. Phillip Ward https://ehe.osu.edu/human-sciences/directory/?id=ward.116 This is an interesting and thought provoking seminar about pedagogy in PE!
July 14, 2020
108: PETE Collaborative 4, Ideological Repositioning: A Discussion on Racism and Anti-Blackness in PETE
This is the recording of the 4th PETE Collaborative. They occur each month on the 2nd Thursday at 4pm EST (New York time). A group of panelists take PETE faculty through discussions about race, racism and higher education. The video from the beginning of the podcast can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnDgZuGIhHs
July 13, 2020
107: Global Design Challenge for Sport and PA
This episode discusses the global design challenge for sport and physical activity that was led by over 40 people and dozens of organizations. Dr. Fiona Chambers (@DrFiChambers) discusses the process of selection and explains the challenge. You can find more information about the partners here https://global-design-challenge.devpost.com/ Twitter @GlobalDesignCh1 Instagram @globaldesignchallengesport Facebook Global Design Challenge for Sport and Physical Activity And of course you can find Dr. Fiona Chambers, @DrFIChambers
July 11, 2020
106: Case Studies Project
We're asking in this episode for you to help us out in creating real-world case studies for HPE teacher candidates. You can hear the brief description of the project in the podcast. Here is the survey to complete where you write in your case https://gmucehd.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9MsZsSTDIj5RtaZ If you have any questions just email me at email@example.com
July 08, 2020
105: AIESEP Connect 3 Early Years
This is the recording from the June 2020 AIESEP Connect call that was led by the Early Years special interest group. AIESEP is an amazing organization. You can join for 30euros a year by logging on to www.aiesep.org These calls occur the last Friday of each month. Full disclosure: I am a member, and I love it.
July 02, 2020
104: Doctoral Seminar 2 w/Roland Messmer
The second doctoral seminar led by Dr. Ben Dyson (UNC-Greensboro) is with a Swiss scholar Dr. Roland Messmer. You can find his research info here https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Roland_Messmer The first 25minutes is Dr. Messmer giving a short lecture, followed with 30+ minutes of question and answer by the students.
June 30, 2020
103: Book Club 'Minds Online: Teaching Effectively with Technology'
This is the first ever book club on the podcast. We read "Minds Online: Teaching Effectively with Technology" By Dr. Michelle Miller. You should read it too. https://www.amazon.com/Minds-Online-Teaching-Effectively-Technology/dp/0674660021 Find information on Dr. Miller https://www.michellemillerphd.com/ She also has a blog that has up to date research and reflections that align with the book https://www.michellemillerphd.com/blog/
June 25, 2020
102: Doctoral Seminar #1: Dillon Landi
This is the first of 16 doctoral seminar sessions from Dr. Ben Dyson's class at UNC-Greensboro. These sessions will launch every other week over summer and work into the fall. The discussion sections (when the class is talking) are edited out, feel free to pause the podcast and write down your thoughts or engage on twitter using #HPEresearch to engage with others. Dr. Dillon Landi (@DillonLandi) leads discussion on taking a sociocritical perspective to models based practice. The second portion of the seminar is around inclusive pedagogy and his article "toward a queer inclusive pedagaogy" The two articles for this seminar can be found here if you want to read them before listening. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317798072_Toward_a_queer_inclusive_physical_education https://www.researchgate.net/publication/310757152_Models_Based_Practices_in_Physical_Education_A_Sociocritical_Reflection Here are the lecture slides: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XWNnNUHLPKdMR7u6Rtwyvty4eatXf1LY8zMwMYBGdl8
June 16, 2020
101: PETE collaborative on race and racism in PETE and PE
The third PETE collaborative brought together a panel of researchers and experts on racism, race, and social justice in PETE and PE. These collaborative discussion occur the second Thursday of each month at 4pm EST. The panelists this session were: Louis Harrison Jared Russell Sara Flory Jen Walton-Fisette Mara Simon John Strong Michael Hemphill Brian Culp helped considerably in the planning session for this talk.
June 12, 2020
100: Episode 100
This is the 100th episode of the podcast. Risto is joined by Kevin Richards, Erin Centeio, Dillon Landi, and Sara Flory.
June 09, 2020
99: Urban PE crossover with Rapping PE
Welcome to Rapping PE! This is the place where we explore precarity, pedagogy, and physical education! This podcast is dedicated to physical educators of the future, past, and present. Episode 3 starts our official journey where guests guide the conversation! I am thrilled that for the third episode we were able to have Risto Marttinen, Sara Flory, and Zack Gaudreau! Before you listen to the podcast I would recommend taking a moment to read Dr. Sara Flory's critical review on PE Pedagogy in Urban Schools to help expand upon the context of our conversation. Considering a topic as diverse and nuanced as pedagogy, this conversation deserves numerous episodes and I hope to continue this conversation at a later date. Thank you for for checking out my podcast, I hope you enjoyed the show. Please subscribe to the podcast Rapping PE. If you have any questions, or would like to be a guest on the show, you can e-mail me at RappingPE@gmail.com or sign-up here. I can also be found on Twitter (@BeardDripBuller) and on Instagram (@Beard.Drip_Buller). … Peace & Love Music Credits: Stefan Vellema Art Credits: Danny Fetters (Future Logo and Official Podcast Art coming soon!)
June 02, 2020
AIESEP Connect May
#AIESEPConnect is a monthly meet up of members of AIESEP (www.aiesep.org) to discuss current issues and relevant content in HPE. These meetings occur the last Friday of each month and are moderated by Dr. Fiona Chambers and Dr. Louise McCuaig. Becoming a member is only 30EUR a year and comes with the benefits of a great community of scholars. The 2021 Annual Meeting will be held in Banff, Canada June 9-12, 2021. The first AIESEP conversation was launched with Episode 91.
May 31, 2020
98: Article Club 7
Have you feared being asked a tough question at a conference? Have you critiqued your colleagues' work? Where did the rebuttal papers go that we had in the 90's in PE. Join Erin Centeio, Michael Hemphill and me to discuss a paper about the history of Kinesiology, battles within, and visions for the future. A great article written by two giants in the field. Lawson, H. A., & Kretchmar, R. S. (2017). A generative synthesis for kinesiology: Lessons from history and visions for the future. Kinesiology Review, 6(2), 195-210.
May 26, 2020
BONUS: Teaser to a series of doctoral seminars in HPE on creative pedagogies
Have you ever considered what it’s like being in a doctoral seminar? Maybe you have been in one before and you have fond memories of discussing challenging ideas and having your beliefs pushed…Maybe you miss it? Well... we’re doing it. Ben Dyson (UNC-Greensboro) has recorded his doctoral seminar on pedagogy in PE… it will launch starting June 16th RIGHT HERE on the podcast…it will just pop up like the other episodes… we will put these recordings out twice a month over summer and continue on when the academic year starts in the Northern Hemisphere.
May 22, 2020
97: Cooperative learning through Dewey’s educational theory
Cooperative learning has been around for a while. It has been used in classrooms and gyms around the world, but how educational is it? Is it a destination or a journey? Join Dr. Casey and Dr. Quennerstedt to discuss their paper that revisits the educative root of cooperative learning through a Deweyan lens. You can find the full cite here: Casey, A., & Quennerstedt, M.(2020) Cooperative learning in physical education encountering Dewey’s educational theory. European Physical Education Review. 1-15 Follow Ash Casey’s blog here: http://www.peprn.com/ Find the cooperative learning videos Ash has produced here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7evhFU3VJc Social media here: @DrAshCasey @MQuennerstedt @KARRichards14
May 19, 2020
96: The Irish Post Primary Curriculum
Dr. Stephen Moore (@SMoore182) comes on to discuss the new Irish Post Primary Curriculum that has been in the words since 1999. This is an innovative, forward thinking and really well designed curriculum that has a lot to offer those who are in curriculum design in HPE. Check out Episode 81 to listen to the Irish Primary Curriculum. Contacts Website: www.peai.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @PEAI_IRELAND Facebook: @peaiireland Instagram: peaiireland Stephen Moore Twitter: @SMoore182 Links: Leaving Certificate Physical Education Specification (Examinable): https://www.curriculumonline.ie/getmedia/41817053-8f40-4365-8893-dba1a68508f3/LCPE_Specification_en.pdf Senior Cycle Physical Education (Non-examinable) https://curriculumonline.ie/getmedia/bc195f63-5ba0-4053-92f0-2796fefa23c5/SCPE_Framework_en.pdf
May 12, 2020
95: The New Zealand Aotearoa HPE Curriculum
Kirsten Petrie (@KirstenPetrie) comes on to discuss the innovative, forward thinking and theory rooted HPE curriculum of New Zealand. This is a great example of how a country roots its education system within society, culture, and pays respect to the indigenous people in the country. There is a lot to learn from their approach! Follow all things NZ PE @PENZ_TeAoKori
May 05, 2020
94: PETE Collaborative Part 2
What are we prepared to be held accountable for and to whom? This and many other questions are highlighted in our 2nd PETE collaborative, a group of PETE educators from around the USA and some from abroad that come together to talk about issues that are important to us. If you haven’t listened to the first one, it’s in the feed as Ep 87. We had some panelists on this one including Jen Walton Fisette, Hal Lawson, Michael Hemphill, and Helena Baert. This podcast picks up once we get to the discussion about how the pandemic will affect PETE in general and in overall in higher education..
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