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Thursday, October 24
 

6:00am

** Important Note to All NCAAHPERD-SM Presenters Regarding Handouts **
Presenters: We would like to place your handouts on this Sched platform so it will be shared with our 1,000+ attendees. To facilitate this action, please send a pdf of them to: Artie@NCAAHPERD-SM.org by September 30, 2019. Many thanks!

Artie Kamiya
Executive Director, NCAAHPERD-SM
3509 Mossdale Avenue
Durham, NC 27707
(919) 818-6486
Artie@NCAAHPERD-SM.org
Website: www.ncaahperd-sm.org

Thursday October 24, 2019 6:00am - 6:15am
Notes

7:15am

Registration Desk is Open at 7:15 AM on Thursday & Friday in Winston 1 A
Registration opens on Thursday & Friday from 7:15 AM in Winston 1 A.  This is the first room to the left as you enter the Benton Convention Center.  Just following the colored polyspot road...

Thursday October 24, 2019 7:15am - 7:30am

8:30am

Chris Morland's “Teaching Physical Literacy in the Transition to High School” in Salem 2 A (Handouts)
Meet Your Presenter! Chris Morland works at Cardinal Gibbons High School where he teaches Health & Physical Education. With a MS in Human Performance from the University of Tennessee, Chris is an advocate for the important role of high school teachers and coaches in promoting physical literacy for all students.
Session Description: Please consider joining Chris as he shares his experiences with how to develop: 
  • Assessment of Middle School Student Literacy,
  • Assessment of instruction (LTAD),
  • Pedagogy of building a bridge program from middle school to high school and
  • Creative problem-solving with small groups and use of technology.



Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 2 A

8:30am

Chris Walker's "How to Incorporate Social-Emotional Learning with Limited Equipment & Large Numbers” in Winston 2 (SMA and Others)
Your Presenter! Chris Walker has presented extensively across the United States and internationally as well! Most recently, Chris was invited to present at a multi-day event for physical education teachers in Mexico by the American School Foundation of Guadalajara.
Session Description: A part of this year's special Student Majors Association track, Chris' session will consider: Want to learn more about Social-Emotional Learning?  How to deal with limited equipment? How about what to do when faced with large class sizes? Come and see how to incorporate all three of these questions for a fun-filled time of learning!


Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Winston 2

8:30am

Curt Hinson’s “Fast & Furious Fitness: Instant Activities to Get Everyone Moving!” in Salem 3
Meet Your Presenter! Dr. Curt Hinson is in high demand across the United States for his K-12 physical education presentations. One of the many quality individuals we were able to secure for you this year, Curt has been to all 50 states and is well-known for this presentations.
Session Description: In this session, participants will learn hands-on activities for teaching various fitness components such as: aerobic endurance; flexibility; and muscular strength & endurance. We will also discuss how to intrinsically motivate students to move and participate, as well as how to develop self-responsibility toward fitness. Most of the activities presented in this session can be done in small or large groups and involve students in social/emotional skills such as cooperation, communication, and problem-solving.
Session Objectives:
• Participants will learn a variety of activities to teach and develop both health-related and performance related fitness components.
• Participants will learn how to increase student motivation to be physically active.
• Participants will learn how to develop self-responsibility and other social/emotional skills through movement.



Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 3

8:30am

Jerry Honeycutt’s “Are You Ready for Racquet Sports?” in Winston 1 BC (Handouts)
Meet Your Presenter! Jerry Honeycutt is a former South Carolina Middle & High School PE Teacher of the Year and the current Department Chair at Indian Land High School. An enthusiastic and energetic presenter, Jerry was one of several key presenters at the 2019 Spring Regional Conferences.  
Session Description: While designed for students in grades 6-12, Jerry's session can be adapted to lower grade levels as well. During this session, you will experience a variety of games and fun racquet sport skills for modified badminton, tennis, pickleball and ping pong. Learn how to turn limited indoor and/or outdoor areas into productive learning experiences for all students!



Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Winston 1 BC

8:30am

Jolanda Hengstman's "Don't Strike Out! Universal Design for Teaching Striking from Skill Development to Competition" in Piedmont 1 (Handouts)
Description: Want to provide the very best physical education learning experience for all levels of children and youth? Universal Design, flexible learning environments to accommodate learning differences, applied to striking.  Basic striking, cooperative activities and competitive set-ups addressed. Come to play!
Your Presenter! Jolanda Hengstman is a native from The Netherlands and has taught physical education for many years and Adapted Physical Education (APE) in the United States since 1992. She is a CAPE (Certified Adapted Physical Educator) and NBCT (National Board Certified Teacher) with a Master’s degree in APE from East Carolina University, Adapted Aquatics Master Teacher from SHAPE America, and a Fitness Trainer through ACE.



Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Piedmont 1

8:30am

Michael Nye’s “Non-Stop Kindergarten Games!” in Salem 2 B
Meet Your Presenters! Michael Nye teaches at Sterling Montessori School. He will be joined by David Helwig.
Session Description: Looking for additional ways to provide growth and structure for your kindergarten students?  Need new games and activities to help your kindergartners with important motor development skills? Want to learn more about the philosophy, methods, and didactic material of Dr. Maria Montessori (1870 – 1952)?  Montessori Education is based on children’s developmental needs for freedom within limits and mandates a carefully prepared environment. Instructions  are self-correcting, interesting to children, and developmentally appropriate. Please join us to learn more about working with your kinders!


Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 2 B

8:30am

Russ McHenry's “Small Sided Games – Big Results!” in Winston 3 (Handout)
Meet Your Presenters! Russ McHenry was the 2018 North Carolina Middle School PE Teacher of the Year and the Southern District Middle School PE TOY as well! He will be joined by Amanda Browning. Both Russ and Amanda teach for Guilford County Schools.
Session Description: Please consider joining Russ and Amanda for a series of action-packed, high energy games and activities! As stated in the title, we believe that small sided games (3-6 players per team) provide the maximum amount of fun and standards-based learning over traditional large team games (12-20 per team). These games are teacher tested and student approved. Learn innovative activities today that students will love on Monday!



Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Winston 3

8:30am

Jenny Bond’s “The Family Dog: Helping Kids & Parents Be Active Together!” in Salem 1 B
Meet Your Presenter! Dr. Jenny Bond is an Associate Professor of Sport Sciences at Wingate University.
Session Description: Do you love your dog? It's remarkable to think about the important role the family dog has in today's society! Explore the many connections between individuals and families who love their dogs. Dogs help children and their parents boost physical activity, active play, time outdoors and mental health. This session is geared towards all educators working with children who have a family dog or educators who themselves have a family dog.

Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 1 B

8:30am

John Acquaviva's "Coaches: What's the Protein Intake of Your Athletes?" in Conference 2
Description: This session will present the most recent findings on protein ingestion so coaches and their athletes can maximize muscle growth and athletic performance.
Your Presenter: Dr. Acquaviva is an exercise physiologist, holding a PhD in exercise science and currently teaching at Wingate University in North Carolina.

Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Conference 2

8:30am

Steve Elliott & Friends' “Health & Physical Education in England” in Salem 1 C
Meet Your Presenters! Dr. Steve Elliott is the Director of the School of Health & Applied Human Sciences at UNC Wilmington. Joining Steve are Dr. Sue Combs and Dr. Kit Huelskamp.
Session Description: Listen and learn more about the amazing stories and reflections gathered on a 10-day journey to three of England's prominent PETE universities and K-12 schools. Experience exciting possibilities regarding new partnerships being developed with UK-based universities.

Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 1 C

8:30am

(Digital Learning) Megan Davis' "I Have IPads... Now What Do I Do with Them?" in Piedmont 3
Description: Come learn how to use the technology to benefit family communication, student engagement, and school community. The session will be used to present ways in which teachers can use their ipads to communicate to families. It will also present apps that be used for student engagement.

Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Piedmont 3

8:30am

(Digital Learning) Shana Whitley and Lisa Queen’s “Ideas for Bringing Technology in the Health Classroom” in Salem 1 A
Meet Your Presenters! Shana Whitley is a former NC Health Education TOY and teaches health at Lake Norman High School in Iredell County. Joining Shana is Lisa Queen also with the Iredell-Statesville School System.
Session Description: This session will provide teachers with strategies and resources to effectively teach reproductive health and safety.  Teachers will develop their content knowledge and feel more prepared and comfortable teaching the subject. The session will allow time to navigate online resources and other technology tools.  These strategies will broaden student learning with increased student engagement and accountability.  Middle and high school health and physical education teachers will benefit from this session.

Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 1 A

8:30am

(Literacy) Lynn Hefele's "Literature Enhanced Physical Education: Motivating & Educating Students through Imagination" in Piedmont 2
About Your Presenter: Lynn Hefele is the SHAPE America Eastern District 2017 Elementary Teacher of the Year and NYS AHPERD 2015 Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year.  A graduate of Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts, Lynn holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and a Master of Science in Movement Science with a concentration in Biomechanics.   Lynn is the founder and president of Literature Enhanced Physical Education (LEPE, Inc.).  Since 2009, the company has published 9 teacher resources and 7 children's books.  Lynn is a member of the US Games Presenters Network, an OPENphysed trainer, manages the Elementary PE + discussion group on Linkedin and The Physically Educated Family of Facebook.   She produced the Physed Audio Blog and writes for PHE America.org.
Description: Learn how to use literature to engage minds, move bodies and lift the spirit of your students with fictional stories to introduce K-3 PE units!


Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Piedmont 2

9:30am

Ben Pirillo's "NCAAHPERD-SM Pep Rally" in Winston 2
About this Session: Be on time for our Opening Morning PEP Rally (Passionate & Excited People!) that will be led by the Master Motivator himself - Ben Pirillo from Texas!
About Your Presenter: Ben is one of the #PEGeeks' "Social Media Advancers" and is known throughout the United States and around the world for his energetic and upbeat presentations. Or as Joey Feith posted about Ben in his blog:

What is Your Name? Benjamin Pirillo
Where Are You From? Texas
Where Do You Teach? Hughston Elementary
One Word that Best Describes How You Teach: Engaging
What Apps/Tools/Resources Can’t You Live Without?
FitStep Pro pedometers, YouTube, microphone system, music, & projector.
What Do Your #Physed Classes Look Like?
I have the opportunity to see all grade levels (kindergarten-5th) four times during the week, with class sizes ranging 40-45 students. Twice a week students attend class for 25 minutes and twice a week the students attend class for 50 minutes. For second through fifth grade students, the first 25 minutes of each class session is dedicated to fitness activities.

These activities are designed to keep the students highly engaged in physical activity with the goal of helping them to increase cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, and muscular strength and endurance. The second 25 minutes of each class is used for skill building activities such as throwing, catching, kicking, chasing, etc. I include a variety of engaging games in my lesson plans as a way to maximize participation while developing and improving student skills.

When working with kindergarten and first grade students, I structure my physical education sessions differently. During the first 15 minutes of each class session the students are developing locomotor skills, flexibility, and rhythmic movement. Students enter the gym we progress through a series of locomotor skills changing the skill every 30 seconds. After that the students perform dances that are led by the teachers. Lastly, the students participate in a series of dynamic stretches. After completion of these activities, I gather the students together to discuss a health topic from the coordinated school health curriculum. Once our discussion is complete, the students engage in skill building activities for the rest of class.
What’s the Most Unique Thing About Your Teaching?
The most unique thing about me is my ability to create various fun and engaging activities that help the students develop various skills while maximizing their participation and increasing their MVPA.
What’s the Best Teaching Advice You’ve Ever Received?
It’s okay to make mistakes, that is how we learn.
Where can people find you online?
Twitter: @CoachPirillo
Website: http://www.teachphysed.weebly.com
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/gepetto652

Thursday October 24, 2019 9:30am - 9:45am
Winston 2

9:45am

Morning Keynote with Dr. Bob Pangrazi (Arizona) in Winston Ballroom 2
Your Keynoter: Robert Pangrazi is perhaps the "most celebrated physical education expert and presenter" in the United States! Professor Emeritus at Arizona State University and an Educational Consultant for Gopher Sport, Dr. Pangrazi began his career as a 5th grade classroom teacher before finishing graduate school. He has compiled an outstanding 32-year career at Arizona State University with his physical education textbooks (notably - Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children and Dynamic Physical Education for Secondary School Students) having sold more than 750,000 copies worldwide.

Not shy to controversy and "telling-it-like-it-is," Pangrazi has been a keynote speaker for 40+ state and district conventions and an invited speaker at nearly 400 national and international conferences. We are very pleased to have the opportunity for Bob to share his passion and thoughts with us this year. This is Dr. Pangrazi's first time at the NCAAHPERD-SM State Convention!

Thursday October 24, 2019 9:45am - 10:45am
Winston 2

11:00am

Ben Pirillo's "Fitness Fun for Everyone" in Winston 1 BC
About Your Presenter: Ben Pirillo is the 2016 Southern District SHAPE America Elementary Teacher of The Year and the 2015 Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year. This is the first time that Ben has presented at the NCAAHPERD-SM State Convention!
http://www.teachphysed.weebly.com
http://www.youtube.com/gepetto652
Description: Come join me to learn fun and engaging fitness related activities which will keep your students motivated to move. These activities are kid tested and teacher approved. Within the activities the students will also learn how to cooperate with others and encourage each other.

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Winston 1 BC

11:00am

Katie Carpin's "Experience Speed Stacks - Skillastics: A Group Activity!" in Winston 3
Description: Activity session showcasing physical activities from the video-based "Sport Stacking with Speed Stacks Instructor Guide" featuring NEW activities from our comprehensive curriculum for 2018! This session will also feature our NEW Speed Stacks-Skillastics activities! Experience the excitement, fun and movement these activities offer every student regardless of ability.

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Winston 3

11:00am

Lynn Hefele and Charla Krahnke's "Instant Activities and Fitness Fun" in Salem 2 A (Handouts)
Description: What happens when the Eastern District Elementary PE TOY and the National High School PE TOY join forces for good? Answer:  You get "Instant Activities and Fitness Fun!"
Please join these two talented educators to learn how to structure your K-12 classes so students can walk right into activity, begin working cooperatively and focus on fitness and fun!


Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salem 2 A

11:00am

Michelle Carter and Ann Paulls-Neal's "Information Session & Live Demo of Health.Moves.Minds Lessons" in Winston 2
Description: This session is for all interested individuals wanting to know more about this fantastic new fundraiser that is being unveiled this school year. Attend and learn all of the "nuts and bolts" for creating a successful fundraiser at your school this year!
  • See actual Health.Moves.Minds lessons
  • Learn how to gather support for your PE program
  • Learn how to market your fundraiser

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Winston 2

11:00am

11:00am

Teresa Hudson and Brandon Green's "You Won't Find this in a Catalog! Amazing Adapted PE Equipment!!" (Handout)
Description: Do you have to teach physical education on a limited budget? Have no idea what to do next for your students with as far as skill progressions? Need help in determining who to analyze individual strengths and weaknesses to adapt homemade equipment to address these needs? If so, then this is the idea session for you!! 
  • We will assist by showing how to create new and exciting APE equipment on a small budget.
  • Share our knowledge to physical educators and adapted physical educators who work directly with students with different abilities. 
  • Provide visual examples of equipment that we have made and are continuing to modify for all of our students.
  • Show how we use each piece of equipment within our classes. 
  • Provide detailed instructions explaining how we made each piece of equipment in hopes that it will inspire others to think outside of the traditional box.  In other words, create multiple ways to provide quality instruction for all!


Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Piedmont 1

11:00am

Cheryl Logan's "The High School PEPI Program (Physical Education Pupil Instructors)" in Piedmont 2 (Handout)
Description: For over 30 years, Wake County Public School high school students have had the opportunity to enroll in an elective class called PEPI (Physical Education Pupil Instructor Program). Through this unique program, high school students are trained to assist elementary classroom teachers in leading physical education activities. This program provides a cross-age educational experience beneficial for both high school and elementary school children. For example, high school students are provided the opportunity to build both individual self-esteem and leadership abilities. At the same time, elementary students and adapted program students are given the opportunity to interact socially with a “big brother” or “big sister.”

Instructional training will be given to each high school PEPI student prior to working with elementary students. Classroom instruction will contain training in communication skills, elementary physical education and interpersonal skills in working with students in all grade levels. The content and experiences provided through this course can assist in becoming a building block for a student who has interest in working with young people. Objectives include enhancing students’ self-esteem, self-awareness, communication and social interaction skills, including leadership qualities.

Handout Link >  http://bit.ly/2VKwVLq

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Piedmont 2

11:00am

Jim Hammond's "Coaching Theories for Today's Coaches" in Conference 2
Description:  An analysis of past and present theories for today's coaches. The presentation is for coaches of all levels and applicable to all sports. Audience participation and discussion are an integral part of this presentation.
About Your Presenter: Jim Hammond is a Professor at Chowan University where he teaches and directs Student Teaching for Health & Physical Education. A Tiffin University "Athletic Hall of Fame" member, Jim is one of the most successful Men's Basketball coaches in Tiffin University's history. Hammond coached the Dragons from 1986-97, leading the Dragons to three NAIA National Tournament appearances. Tiffin University also won two District 22 Championships and one Mid-Ohio Conference Championship during that period. The Dragons were consistently ranked in the top 20 in the nation over his career. Hammond won 171 games, including a 114-48 stretch from 1988-93. He is a two-time District 22 and Mid-Ohio Conference Coach of the Year. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Otterbein College and two Master's degrees from Xavier University.

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Conference 2

11:00am

Kim Cooke & Friends' "Advice from Four MVPs: Most Valuable Principals!" in Salem 1 A (Handouts)
Description: Want to see and learn from four All Star Elementary School Principals who "really get it?" Listen as these 4 MVP's (Most Valuable Principals) transformed their school cultures through flexible seating, brain boosts, recess, kinesthetic instruction, active hallways, and motor-sensory labs.
Presenters: Dr. Allison Plunkett, Jill Trotter, Ray Giovanelli and Jason Bissinger!

Here is a Google Drive link to all our presentations: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WLV2c7vzObZmQXo90s3TfoXwO-DchW3G?usp=sharing

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salem 1 A

11:00am

Marcella Bianco's "CATCH My Breath Youth E-Cigarette and JUUL Prevention Program" in Conference 1
Description: In this session, participants will learn about how to implement the free e-cigarette and JUUL prevention education program CATCH My Breath in their schools. As you know, E-cigarette and JUUL use has grown dramatically in recent months to become the most commonly used tobacco product by middle and high school students. Most e-cigarettes and ALL JUULs contain nicotine, a highly addictive substance that can harm adolescent brain development and has been associated with health and behavior problems.

CATCH My Breath Youth E-Cigarette Prevention Program (CMB) includes a best-practices based curriculum for middle and high schools. Created by researchers at the University of Texas School of Public Health, CMB is based on a Social Cognitive Theory model of prevention and aligns with National Health Education Standards.

The 4-lesson program uses peer facilitators to guide classroom activities that increase students’ knowledge, motivations to abstain from e-cigarettes including JUUL and build skills for resisting peer and media influences. The Program is being offered for free thanks to CVS Health as part of their Be The First Campaign.

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Conference 1

11:00am

Mertyce Mvos' "The School of Rock…Climbing: How to ‘Rock’ Your Traverse Wall!" in Salem 1 C
Description:Discover innovative and new ways to use your traverse climbing wall! Learn fun climbing activities, safety protocols and best practices that will enhance your climbing program. After attending this presentation, participants will be able to:
  • Implement climbing wall best practices in their teaching to include basic climbing techniques, safety and risk management protocols, and effective strategies to maximize moderate-to-vigorous physical activity. 
  • Facilitate a variety of climbing wall activities, with small and large groups, including lessons that link Physical Education with other core subject areas. 
  • Identify a variety of ways to assess student effort and progress during climbing wall activities.

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salem 1 C

11:00am

Robert Lindsey's "Evaluation of the 2019 Health & Career Extravanza" in Salem 1 B
Description: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the 2019 JCSU Health and Career Extravaganza. Results indicate that the event was a tremendous success in increasing health awareness to the JCSU and Charlotte community. Recommendations are made to further evaluate health and career fairs at among African American college students. As health fairs have been growing in prevalence the past few decades with more than 2 million people are estimated to annually participate in US community health fairs, this session will share the process from start to finish of a successful event that increased health awareness to the JCSU and Charlotte community.
Your Presenter: Dr. Robert Lindsey is an Associate Professor of Health Education and Sport Management at Johnson C Smith University.


Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salem 1 B

11:00am

(Digital Learning) Joe Gooden's "Heart Zones in Action!" in Salem 3
About Your Presenter: Joe Gooden has over two decades of experience working with physical educators, district administrators and IT Coordinators in a sales and IT support capacity. He is a committed to making the transition into successfully employing digital devices for Physical Education teachers to save them time and motivate student activity. The successful implement of activity based technology systems is often requires guidance and support from a tech specialist.

Joe’s recent experience includes specializing in App based fitness and health programs that utilizes BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) and ANT+ wireless technologies for classroom and gymnasium integration. Also experienced in the setup of wireless networks in order to communicate with these low power devices and applications, Joe love sharing both how to do it with the why it is to convert to digital learning of physical activity literacy.

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salem 3

12:00pm

** LUNCH BREAK **
Thursday October 24, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm

12:00pm

Sport Management Business Meeting & Lunch
Description: This meeting is for all professional members of the Sport Management Association.

Thursday October 24, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Governor Suite in Marriott Hotel

12:00pm

Student Majors Association Business Meeting & Pizza Lunch in President's Suite in Marriott Hotel
Description: This meeting is for all NCAAHPERD-SM Student Majors. It will be a combo lunch, social and Business Meeting. All students and College/University instructors are invited to attend.

Thursday October 24, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
President Suite in Marriott Hotel

12:00pm

(Invitation Only) FRIENDS, Past Presidents, Awardees & Principals' Luncheon at the Marriott Hotel Ballroom on the 2nd Floor
FRIENDS, Past Presidents, Awardees & Principals' Luncheon at the Marriott Hotel: This is by INVITATION ONLY. For current FRIENDS of NCAAHPERD-SM members who have donated $50 or more this year, Past Presidents of NCAAHPERD-SM, 2019 NCAAHPERD-SM Awardees & Principals.

** To double-check if you are on the "Guest List," please e-mail or call Artie Kamiya.

Artie Kamiya
Executive Director, NCAAHPERD-SM
3509 Mossdale Avenue
Durham, NC 27707
(919) 818-6486
Artie@NCAAHPERD-SM.org
Website: www.ncaahperd-sm.org

Thursday October 24, 2019 12:00pm - 1:15pm

1:15pm

Amy Ream's "Sport Ed Model in Touch Rugby" in Salem 3 (Handout)
Description: What better way to understand the Sport Ed Model, than to participate in it while learning how to play touch rugby! We will experience how to implement a lesson plan for touch rugby using the Sport Ed Model. Learn how to set-up a sport ed unit as you participate in a few of the activities. We'll also cover how to work through organizational problems that may exist at your school and resources for teachers to get equipment.
Handouts >
https://sites.google.com/abss.k12.nc.us/pemadness/home?authuser=0

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 3

1:15pm

Christopher Ousley & Friends' "No Bag-No Problem Fitness Kickboxing" in Salem 2 B
Description: Join Christopher Ousley, Stephanie Bullock Allen, Marcus Thompson, Suzanne Williams and Ashley White from NC State for a fun-filled hour of kickboxing!  This session will demonstrate how you can create an exciting kickboxing class on a budget. We'll include ideas for programming with focus mitts and gloves.

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 2 B

1:15pm

Darryl Gordon's "Make Me Move!" in Winston 1BC
Description: Join in the fun as presenter Darryl Gordon of Konnoak Elementary School shares the magic of the "D-Unity Dance Team" Program with you. (PE Teacher Uses Hip-Hop to Teach Fitness - Live Link). Or as TV Station WXII-12 explains: "At Konnoak Elementary School, some of the youngest in our community are showing us how it's done. The D-Unity Dance Team is made up of second through fifth graders, and their PE teacher says there's a message behind their moves. From the first eight count to the very last beat, you can hear Darryl Gordon's voice on top of the track. He said, "I try to keep it energetic as much as possible."

This P.E. teacher is making sure kids stay active after school. Derrick Melton is a fifth grader who said, "I'm just always dancing."Gordon also says the steps will lead to success. Each dancer has to maintain good grades and conduct to be on the team. It's Elias Page's first year. He said he's been getting good grades ever since he's been on the team. The kids practice hard for a purpose. They perform at different high schools and community events. It gives them a chance to show off their skills, but Gordon said he wants the audience to see beyond the steps. "My goal is, when people see D-Unity, don't get caught up in the music. Don't get caught up in the moves," he said, "We have different skin tones, ethnicities and backgrounds, but they all have that D-Unity shirt on. So, we're all the same."


Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston 1 BC

1:15pm

Debbie Bryant and Crew's "The More You Burn, the More You Learn!" in Piedmont 2 (Handout)
Your Presenters! Debbie Bryant and Crew (Awesome Buncombe County Physical Education and Health Teachers).
Description:  Participants will learn activities/strategies to incorporate movement while learning academic content. A great “take back” to present during a staff meeting at your school! 
  • We will be sharing ideas of incorporating Movement into all classrooms.
  •  Learn how Buncombe County Schools  Curriculum Framework integrates "Read, Write, Speak Think and Move" in Every Class, Every Day, with Every Student!
Handout Link > http://bit.ly/33f1P14

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Piedmont 2

1:15pm

Jerry Honeycutt’s “Are You Ready for Team Sports?” in Piedmont 3
Description: This past Spring, Jerry Honeycutt was a lead presenter at the NCAAHPERD-SM Spring Regional Conferences.  Jerry is back with us in Winston-Salem to continue to share his love and passion. In this active session, he will share a variety of team sports (Modified Handball, Ultimate Frisbee and Football). Participants will see how to teach skills through modified games/activities that can be played indoor and outside with little space/limited equipment.
About Your Presenter: Jerry Honeycutt on a quest, determined to turn the notion of high school physical education on its ear. In an era when schools are placing increased emphasis on areas such as math, science and technology to help build a competitive future workforce, PE classes may often be overlooked and undervalued. Learn how one South Carolina high school PE Department is now addressing these somewhat negative perceptions with exciting positive stories! Jerry was the 2016 South Carolina State PE Teacher of the Year (Middle School) and the 2012 SC State High School PE Teacher of the Year.


Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Piedmont 3

1:15pm

Joe Weaver's "It's All About PE (Positive Experiences!" in Winston 2
Description: Join former North Carolina Elementary PE TOY Joe Weaver as he provides participants with developmentally appropriate physical education content which is designed to increase time on task and maximize skill development.
  • Teachers will learn ways to incorporate fitness and academic content into their physical education classes. The unique way students are grouped will allow you to provide individual feedback to your students without wasting class time. 
  • The activities in this session can be successfully implemented with large class sizes. 
  • By creating a positive and safe learning environment, your students will be successful and will have a positive experience!

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston 2

1:15pm

John Smith's "The Bucket Brigade!" in Winston 3
John Smith
SHAPE 1989 Elementary PE TOY
This is a very active participation session featuring activities and games using the multi buckets and supporting equipment. Join us for some challenging, cooperative, fun and exciting individual and group problem solving activities using buckets, balls and bean bags.
Multi Buckets, bean bags, balls, Pipeline, Noodle Bits

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston 3

1:15pm

BerNadette Lawson-Williams, Rennae Williams Stowe and Karla F. Jones' "Effective Communication Skills for the Sport Management Student" and James T. Allen's "Using Simulation in the Classroom: Major League Soccer (MLS) in Charlotte"in Conference 1
Hellos and Hi-Fives: Effective Communication Skills for the Sport Management Student.
BerNadette Lawson-Williams, DSM                         
Johnson C. Smith University
(704) 330 - 1436 Office
blwilliams@jcsu.edu

Rennae Williams Stowe, EdD
Winston-Salem State University
stower@wssu.edu
Karla F. Jones, EdD
Johnson C. Smith University
kfjones@jcsu.edu
This interactive workshop will highlight ways, in which future sport professionals should and should not communicate in order to be successful in the industry. Sport management faculty and students will be provided the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations that will further enhance students’ professional growth and career development.

Using Simulation in the Classroom: Major League Soccer (MLS) in Charlotte. 
James T. Allen, Ph.D.                       
Associate Professor of Sport Management
Queens University of Charlotte
704-337-2426
Allenj5@queens.edu
Simulation as an alternative form of classroom instruction enhances critical and analytical thinking (Martin & McEvoy, 2003). Sport Management faculty are able to incorporate simulation as a tool for converting theoretical concepts into meaningful learning outcomes (Newman, Irwin, Klenosky, & Gillentine, 2003). Charlotte, North Carolina is among the most populated U.S. metropolitan areas without a Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise. A simulation was designed for Sport Management students to better understand the process of bringing an MLS franchise to the Charlotte market. There are ten roles for students to play in this simulation: 1) investor/franchise operator, 2) CRVA representative, 3) Mayor’s office, 4) City Council member residing in affluent neighborhood, 5) City Council member residing in middle-income neighborhood, 6) City Council member residing in economically depressed neighborhood, 7) Duke Energy executive, 8) Bank of America executive, 9) Mecklenburg County Schools representative, 10) Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership representative. Students should find this simulation challenging in that there are complex relationships between the stakeholders, high stakes (stadium will cost over $200 M), and perhaps greater needs in the city than a soccer stadium/team.

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Conference 1

1:15pm

Burt Jenkin's "2019 Middle School Athletic Manual Update" in Conference 2
Background: Burt Jenkins will provide an update on must-know rule changes and additions made by the State Board of Education to the Middle School Athletic Manual. Ample time for discussion and answering questions will follow.

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Conference 2

1:15pm

Jamie Spark's "Not Just for Student Majors Association" Lecture in Salem 1 B
Description: This interactive session is being led by Jamie Sparks, President of SHAPE America. While this session is specifically designed to allow for extra interaction between Jamie and our NCAAHPERD-SM Student Majors, please feel free to join in as well!

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 1 B

1:15pm

Jordan Weber's "Strength and Conditioning for High School Athletes" in Salem 2 A
Description:  There are many facts and falacies related to how to best develop practical strength and conditioning for high school athletes. This lecture-activity hands-on session will demonstrate how to do this using the latest research about functional mobility, strength and endurance training programs.
About Your Presenter: Dr. Jordan Weber teaches Physical and Health Education at UNCW.  He is an Adapted Fitness Collaborator. Founder of TUFF. Yoga Certified,  NPC Competitor and a Certified FRC Mobility Specialist.

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 2 A

1:15pm

(Digital Learning) Kim Cooke's "Choice Led Health" in Salem 1 A (Handouts)
Description: Learn how to enhance your health education instruction through Digital Learning opportunities with your students! Personalize instruction through choice boards, playlists, and health menu's. Learn how CMS designed a district Canvas course ensuring a guaranteed viable health curriculum grades 6-9.

Here is a Google Drive link to all our presentations: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WLV2c7vzObZmQXo90s3TfoXwO-DchW3G?usp=sharing
 
Thanks!

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 1 A

1:15pm

(Digital Learning) Thomas Trendowski's "Integrating Mobile Applications in the Health Classroom" in Salem 1 C
Description: Need Digital Learning credit?  If so, this outstanding session is just for you! Join Thomas Trendowski to understand and learn more about how to enhance your lesson ideas by involving and  integrating mobile apps into a health classroom setting.

Thursday October 24, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 1 C

2:30pm

Adam Gill's "Awesome Ice Breakers and Warm-Up Activities 101" in Winston 3
Description: Gopher Sport, the Partnering Vendor for our new "Health.Moves.Minds" Fundraiser, will be leading participants through a session with great activities to not only help kids get to know each other, but get heart pumping in the process! Learn more about the exceptional products Gopher Sport has and how you can earn up to 55% of all the monies raised to enhance your PE program. Additionally, the money can be carried over from year-to-year if there is a "Big Ticket" item your school would like to purchase.

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Winston 3

2:30pm

Ben Pirillo's "We Got The Skills" in Salem 2 A
Description: Join master educator Ben Pirillo and learn a variety of innovative activities and games that can be applied to any grade level.  These are design for students to have multiple opportunities to practice previously taught skills and demonstrate the critical elements of these skills.
About Your Presenter: Ben Pirillo is the 2016 Southern District SHAPE America Elementary Teacher of The Year and the 2015 Texas AHPERD Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year
http://www.teachphysed.weebly.com
http://www.youtube.com/gepetto652

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 2 A

2:30pm

Byron Towner's "Incorporating Rookie Rugby into your Invasion Games Units" in Salem 2 B
Description: Join Appalachian State University's Byron Towner for a fun-filled session that will demonstrate how to implement Rookie (Flag) Rugby and best incorporate it into your pre-existing physical education curriculum framework.

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 2 B

2:30pm

Charla Krahnke and Friend's "Mixing It Up with PE TOYs 2.0" in Winston 2
Description: Join our National, Southern District and Past/Present NC Physical Education Teacher of The Year for their favorite activity or dance. A session you do not want to miss!
Your Presenters! Listen to this great line-up: Charla Krahnke (National HS PE TOY), Gabe Ervin (NC Elementary PE TOY), Joe Weaver (NC Elementary PE TOY), Lynn Hefele (NY State and Eastern District Elementary PE TOY) Lara Brickhouse (National Adapted PE TOY),  Freddie Lee Heath (National Dance TOY), Russ McHenry (NC and Southern District Middle School PE TOY) and Jessica Hook (NC Elementary PE TOY)!

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Winston 2

2:30pm

Kim Cooke & Friends' "How to Set-Up a B3: Brain, Body, Behavior Lab" in Piedmont 2 (Handouts)
Description: Do you know kids who fidget, wiggle, or chew their shirts? How about students who are angry, frustrated, irritable, or "shut down" due to academic pressures? Due to technological recreation and the lack of active play, students are entering schools with bodies underdeveloped for learning.  By incorporating B3 activities into a classroom, gymnasium, or lab, schools can help students develop the fundamental motor skills to spark their brain, build their bodies, and improve their behavior to increase academic performance.

Learn and experience how Charlotte-Mecklenberg Schools has successfully implemented the innovative B3 motor-sensory labs to help students focus, regulate their emotions and reduce learned helplessness.Presenters: Andrew Romberger, Keith Kraemer, Allison Plunkett, Jill Trotter, Ray Giovanelli, and Jason Bissinger.

Here is a Google Drive link to all our presentations: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WLV2c7vzObZmQXo90s3TfoXwO-DchW3G?usp=sharing



Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Piedmont 2

2:30pm

Megan Davis' "Inclusion...What Does it Really Mean?" in Piedmont 1
Description: Join presenter Megan Davis to discover and explore the numerous instructional strategies that will allow ALL learners to me more successful in Physical Education.

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Piedmont 1

2:30pm

Jamie Spark's "Skills-Based Health Education: Another Buzz Word or Real Transformation?" in Salem 1 A
Description: The topic of health education is distinctly different from other subjects students study at school. Perhaps the most immediate difference is that health is not just about information you can cover in a textbook. It’s something students are literally living and breathing every day. It’s not enough to simply teach students information about health. As health educators, HealthSmart offers a comprehensive skills-based approach to health education to help students master key concepts and skills that promote health literacy and lifelong health.
Your Presenter! Jamie Sparks, President SHAPE America, began with ETR in January 2019 after 8 years with the Kentucky Department of Education. A member of SHAPE America since 1999, he has served on the SHAPE America Southern District Health Council in 2015 and was elected member-at-large for the Southern District Leadership Council in 2016. Nationally he also served on the board of directors with the American School Health Association from 2014-2016, where he served on both the advocacy and the professional development committees. Sparks has been a member of The Society of State Leaders for Health and Physical Education and chaired the communication/social media committee. Jamie is also currently Executive Director of the Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 1 A

2:30pm

John LeBar's "What I Have Learned in 52 Years of Coaching that Might Help You!" in Conference 2
Description: Duke Coach Dr. John LeBar has left an outstanding legacy during his 52 years of coaching.  So much so, that there is the LeBar Activity Building on the Duke campus!  Learn how he has honed coaching and leadership skills in assisting his players become successful in business and life. John is the author of "The Rise and Fall of the Scholar Athlete."

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Conference 2

2:30pm

Shelly Klutz's "Confident Me! A Self Esteem Program for Middle School Youth" in Piedmont 3
About Your Presenter:  Shelly Klutz, BSN, RN, NCSN has been a school nurse for Watauga County Schools for 12 years and served as Lead Nurse since January 2012. Throughout her school nurse career she has provided nursing services to elementary and high school students including students will special needs.

Shelly graduated with her ADN from Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute in 2006. She earn her BSN from Lees McRae College and became a Nationally Certified School Nurse in 2009. She serves on her schools systems Heart of the Pioneer Planning Committee, Reproductive Health Curriculum Review Committee, and Watauga High School HOSA -Future Health Professionals Adviser. Shelly is a member of the Watauga Compassionate Community Initiative Steering Committee, State Of the Child - State of the Community Planning Committee, Watauga Substance Abuse and Prevention Coalition Committee as well as the President Elect for the Northwest Region of the North Carolina School Nurse Association. She has been a Supporting-Author with High Country Magazine, Children’s Activity Page and Health Education and has served as a Dove Positive Self Esteem Cadre over the past three years.

Presentation Description:  Confident Me! is a 1 session and 5 session self esteem program for middle school students. It uses skills-based health education and focuses on:
· Challenging unrealistic sociocultural ideals of appearance
· Media literacy with respect to these ideals
· Reducing appearance comparisons and appearance conversations
· Encouraging body activism and positive behavior change

This session will bring awareness and education to the free program for any middle school interested in using it. Participants will participate in engaging activities to learn more about the program and support and incentives around implementing it in their school community.


Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Piedmont 3

2:30pm

Student Majors Association's "Let's Talk with Real-Life Beginning Teachers" in Salem 1 B
Description: Listen and learn as a panel of 1st-3rd Year professional share their teaching experiences, how to best go about landing your first job, things to do and things to avoid doing. What to worry about and what is totally out of your control! All questions are welcomed here!

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 1 B

2:30pm

Tony Franklin's "Vital Considerations of Intercollegiate Student-Athlete Wellbeing: Implementing an Innovative Program Action Plan" and Duane Aagaard and Sal Musameci's "Appalachian Trail as Text: Sport Management and the Liberal Arts as Compliments" in C
Vital Considerations of Intercollegiate Student-Athlete Wellbeing: Implementing an Innovative Program Action Plan. 
Tony Franklin, PhD
Associate Professor
University of Mount Olive
AFranklin@umo.edu
The perception of how intercollegiate student-athletes are treated has been at the forefront of intercollegiate athletic staff and university administrators. High school administrators also have a vested interest in this dynamic conversation. This presentation is designed to inform stakeholders by creating and enhancing a student-athlete learner centered culture in an intercollegiate athletic program. Furthermore, multidimensional problems exist which surround the holistic process of providing student-athletes with worthwhile wellness programs outside of athletic competition.

Appalachian Trail as Text: Sport Management and the Liberal Arts as Compliments
Duane Aagaard                  Sal Musameci
Associate Professor of Sport Management          Associate Professor of History and Classics
Catawba College               Catawba College
863-712-1999   704-637-4344
daagaard@catawba.edu              smusumeci@catawba.edu

This presentation will introduce the Appalachian Trail, the world’s most popular long distance hiking trail, as a medium for teaching liberal arts principles in the sports management and honors classrooms. In the spring of 2019 the Catawba College Honors Program introduced a new honors seminar course entitled, “Finding Yourself on the Appalachian Trail,” the course adopted historical, sociological, environmental, spiritual, economic, and political perspectives in investigating the iconic trail that ventures over 2,000 miles from Georgia to Maine. During the course of the semester, students and faculty encountered the trail via readings, discussions, and venturing out on a number of multi-day hikes over weekends and breaks. In doing so, conversations took the course’s content outside the classroom as students were able to apply a number of lenses to the larger implications of the liberal arts to the opportunities that sport management and honors provides, but also to think and interact responsibly with the world outside their front door. This presentation will provide an outline of the course layout, designed assignments, and hiking trips which were planned that invited students the opportunity to experience their education both inside, and outside, the four walls of the classroom. The hope of this presentation is to provide faculty members with transferrable approaches in developing seminar style courses that incorporate the aims of the liberal arts with the learning outcomes of sport management

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Conference 1

2:30pm

(Digital Learning) Amy Ream's "Using Apps in the Gym" in Salem 3
Description: Are you ready to try something new?  Participants will need to download  free apps for this fitness inspired session.  Bring your devices as we will be demonstrating how teachers can engage students by using apps in the gym.  For example, using phones as heart rate monitors so students can learn to monitor their own intensity level during activity and in non-school settings. We will also talk/demonstrate what to consider when students do not have a phone or cannot download apps.

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 3

2:30pm

(Digital Learning) Eric Larson's " Increase Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity (MVPA) in Physical Education while using IHT ZONE Heart Rate Monitors" in Winston 1 BC
Session Description: Utilizing evidence-based strategies can increase Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity (MVPA) in physical education class. Learn how effective management of students, technology, equipment and instructional time can yield more activity for your students.

Objectives:
· Demonstrate research-based strategies to increase MVPA.
· Modify existing activities to increase MVPA.
· Utilize best practice teaching strategies in physical education class that are known to increase MVPA.

Objectives for the use and applications of the IHT ZONE Heart Rate Monitor:
* Participants will learn the operation of the IHT ZONE functions.
* Participants will become proficient at fitting and wearing a ZONE monitor.
* Participants will engage in gathering and reviewing ZONE data.
* Participants will engage in reflection of integrating the use of zones in existing curricula.
 
Your Presenter: Eric Larson
Eric Larson is the Regional Vice President for Interactive Health Technologies (IHT). This is the next step in a career that’s been focused on education, and specifically, physical education. Following a 35-year career with the Denver Public Schools, Eric served as the National Physical Education/Physical Activity Advisor with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. At Denver Public Schools, Eric served as an award-winning educator, both as a PE teacher and PE administrator.

Thursday October 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Winston 1 BC

3:30pm

Ben Pirillo's "NCAAHPERD-SM Pep Rally" in Winston 2
About this Session: Be on time for our Closing Afternoon PEP Rally (Passionate & Excited People!) that will be led by the Master Motivator himself - Ben Pirillo from Texas!
About Your Presenter: Ben is one of the #PEGeeks' "Social Media Advancers" and is known throughout the United States and around the world for his energetic and upbeat presentations. Or as Joey Feith posted about Ben in his blog:

What is Your Name? Benjamin Pirillo
Where Are You From? Texas
Where Do You Teach? Hughston Elementary
One Word that Best Describes How You Teach: Engaging
What Apps/Tools/Resources Can’t You Live Without?
FitStep Pro pedometers, YouTube, microphone system, music, & projector.
What Do Your #Physed Classes Look Like?
I have the opportunity to see all grade levels (kindergarten-5th) four times during the week, with class sizes ranging 40-45 students. Twice a week students attend class for 25 minutes and twice a week the students attend class for 50 minutes. For second through fifth grade students, the first 25 minutes of each class session is dedicated to fitness activities.

These activities are designed to keep the students highly engaged in physical activity with the goal of helping them to increase cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, and muscular strength and endurance. The second 25 minutes of each class is used for skill building activities such as throwing, catching, kicking, chasing, etc. I include a variety of engaging games in my lesson plans as a way to maximize participation while developing and improving student skills.

When working with kindergarten and first grade students, I structure my physical education sessions differently. During the first 15 minutes of each class session the students are developing locomotor skills, flexibility, and rhythmic movement. Students enter the gym we progress through a series of locomotor skills changing the skill every 30 seconds. After that the students perform dances that are led by the teachers. Lastly, the students participate in a series of dynamic stretches. After completion of these activities, I gather the students together to discuss a health topic from the coordinated school health curriculum. Once our discussion is complete, the students engage in skill building activities for the rest of class.
What’s the Most Unique Thing About Your Teaching?
The most unique thing about me is my ability to create various fun and engaging activities that help the students develop various skills while maximizing their participation and increasing their MVPA.
What’s the Best Teaching Advice You’ve Ever Received?
It’s okay to make mistakes, that is how we learn.
Where can people find you online?
Twitter: @CoachPirillo
Website: http://www.teachphysed.weebly.com
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/gepetto652

Thursday October 24, 2019 3:30pm - 3:45pm
Winston 2

3:45pm

The Ever-Popular NCAAHPERD-SM Awards Assembly in Winston 2 (Click to view complete list of awardees!)
On behalf of the entire NCAAHPERD-SM Board, we are pleased to announce our 2019 NCAAHPERD-SM Award Winners! They include:
  • Roy Sanchez, NC Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year; Guilford County Schools
  • Kaky McPeak, NC College/University Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year; NCCU
  • Christine Fisher, NC Dance Education Teacher of the Year; Guilford County Schools
  • Heidi Turlington, NC College/University Dance Education Teacher of the Year; WCU
  • Rachel Clark, NC Female Coach of the Year; Guilford County Schools
  • Denton Ellis, NC Male Coach of the Year; Cumberland County Schools
  • Quante' Speight, NC Middle School Athletic Director of the Year; Cabarrus County Schools
  • Charles Simmons, NC High School Athletic Director of the Year; Hertford County Schools
  • Mackenzie Casey, NC Middle School Health Education Teacher of the Year; Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools
  • Susan Buzzard, NC Health Education Teacher of the Year; Currituck County Schools
  • Kacey DiGiacinto, NC College/University Health Education Teacher of the Year; ECSU
  • Anne Wiggin, NC Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year; Macon County Schools
  • Ami Gibson, NC Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year; Iredell-Statesville Schools
  • Rene' Glass, NC High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year; Buncombe County Schools
  • Danny Grube, NC College/University Physical Education Teacher of the Year; WCU
  • Ashlee Caraker, June P Galloway Scholarship Award; WCU
  • Jacob Ocegueda, Nathan Taylor Dodson Scholarship Award; WCU
  • Savannah Wood, NCAIAW Female Athlete Scholarship Award; ECU


Thursday October 24, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Winston 2

5:00pm

Adapted Physical Education Business Meeting - Location TBD
Thursday October 24, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm

5:30pm

Health Education Association Evening Social in the Governor Suite (Marriott Hotel)
Description: This social is for all members of the Health Education Association!

Thursday October 24, 2019 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Governor Suite in Marriott Hotel

6:00pm

** UNCW Social to Honor Dr. Sue Combs, Location TBD **
UNCW Social to Honor Dr. Sue Combs, Location TBD

Thursday October 24, 2019 6:00pm - 7:00pm

6:00pm

US Games/OPEN/Polar Thursday Evening Social at Foothills Brewing
Description: Please join US Games/OPEN/Polar for an All-Convention Social to be held at Foothills Brewing in downtown Winston-Salem!

Thursday October 24, 2019 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Offsite

8:30pm

John Smith's Flaghouse "Minute-to-Win-It" Great Games Social Winston 2
Join John Smith for 90 non-stop minutes of "Minute-to-Win-It" fun and laughter!

Thursday October 24, 2019 8:30pm - 10:00pm
Winston 2
 
Friday, October 25
 

7:30am

NCAAHPERD-SM's All-Member Update Meeting in Salem 1 A
Description: Please consider joining the NCAAHPERD-SM Executive Committee for a "Town Hall" Meeting. This is open to all NCAAHPERD-SM members and will cover a variety of topics designed to gather member input, opportunites for networking and how to become more involved in our Alliance.

Friday October 25, 2019 7:30am - 8:15am
Salem 1 A

7:30am

* EARLY BIRD SESSION > Jessica Hook and Jacqueline R. Wojtowicz's "Clash of the Arts! Music, PE, Dance!" in Winston 2
Description: Want to experience something you've never seen before?  Join in this Music/PE collaboration highlighting students' multiple intelligences and create learning experiences which can be performed for your school community (and  beyond) to showcase the 4Cs!

Friday October 25, 2019 7:30am - 8:20am
Winston 2

7:30am

* EARLY BIRD SESSION > Mike Morris' "AMPLIFY #physed: Activities that Take Learning to the Next Level!" in Winston 1 BC
Description:  Come ready to move as we explore a collection of purposeful and creative physical education activities guaranteed to spark student interest, develop skills and take learning to the next level!

Friday October 25, 2019 7:30am - 8:20am
Winston 1 BC

7:30am

(Digital Learning) * EARLY BIRD SESSION > Lynn Hefele's "Tech for Every Occasion" in Winston 3 (Handouts)
Description: Join NY State Elementary PE Teacher of the Year Lynn Hefele as she motivates, educates and assesses with the use of apps, video creation tools, green screens, heart rate monitors and more!


Friday October 25, 2019 7:30am - 8:20am
Winston 3

8:30am

Ben Pirillo's "Move Your Feet to Rhythmic Beats" in Winston 2
Description: Two left feet, two right feet, or rhythmically challenged doesn't matter to me. Join me and many others to learn how easy incorporating rhythm can be. We are going to clap our hands, bang some sticks and move to the beat!
Your Presenter! Texas Elementary PE Teacher of the Year, Ben Pirillo has got you cover! Come learn various actives that can be applied to any curriculum that are design for students to have multiple opportunities to practice previously taught skills. The activities are designed for the students to have multiple opportunities to demonstrate the critical elements.

Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Winston 2

8:30am

Curt Hinson's "Just for 2: Partner Games for Any Size Group" in Salem 3
Description: In this session, participants will learn a variety of partner games that can be used for quick warm-up activities or for a fun end-of-class cool down. The activities focus on a combination of fitness and motor skills. They require little or no equipment and can be done with any size group.

Objectives:
• Participants will learn a variety of partner games and activities that enhance motor skills and fitness.
• Participants will learn how to develop cooperative skills through partner challenges.
• Participants will learn techniques and strategies for engaging students in physical activity.


Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 3

8:30am

Jamie West and Lindsay Scinta's "Zero Gravity Adapted PE" in Piedmont 1 (Handout)
Description:"Adapted PE without Gravity?"  Learn more about how to re-think your physical education program in non-conventional ways. Participants will learn about activities/games/lessons/units that take "gravity" out of consideration. Learn how to teach skills in a manner thatmakes all students feel more successful in your physical education classes.  For example:
  • We'll include adapted volleyball, baseball/softball, basketball, soccer and short handled striking.  
  • Using a string that gets strapped between two objects and a projector teachers can get the most out of their teaching time in Adapted PE with more severe students. 
  • This eliminates chasing after the ball, slows the equipment down to allow students to make contact on their time and limits movement of the ball to increase accuracy.  
  • This session has movement and digital components to help classroom helpers, aides and other helpers in the gym during PE to keep everyone on task.
Presenters: Jamie West and Lindsay Scinta


Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Piedmont 1

8:30am

Katie Carpin's "Advanced Lesson into Sport Stacking: Let’s Get Moving!" in Winston 3
Description: Did you miss yesterday's Sport Stacking session? No worries, this activity session will showcase the ‘Sport’ of Sport Stacking just for you.  This session will teach the cycle pattern and how to implement healthy competition with your Sport Stacking program. Learn how you can start a recreational Sport Stacking competition within your school and district! Our advanced lesson will feature new competitive Sport Stacking games for 2019 plus an introduction into competition!

Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Winston 3

8:30am

Linda Hinkle's "Oldies But Goodies Line Dances for Everyone!" in Winston 1 BC (Handouts)
Description: Join awesome & energetic Linda Hinkle for a great session on the "Best of the Best" line dances! Born with two left feet? Not really sure if dance is your thing!  Well, jump right into this session for a few old and new easy-to-teach line dances that your students will love!


Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Winston 1 BC

8:30am

Michael Nye and David Helwig's "Not Just Bowling!" in Salem 2 A
Description: The highly active presentation will demonstrate a variety of large group games (team and individual) using bowling pins and soft foam balls.  

Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 2 A

8:30am

Mike Morris' "TGFU: Teaching Games By Playing Games" in Piedmont 3
Description: Join ever-active Mike Morris as he shares a variety of highly active teaching strategies using the Teaching Games for Understanding (TGFU) instructional model to improve student game performance and increase learning through the use of engaging games!

Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Piedmont 3

8:30am

Rebecca Clark and Sue Comb's "Action Based Learning: It Begins with Teachers..." in Piedmont 2
Description: Action Based Learning puts brain-based learning into action with teacher friendly strategies that engages students, enrich content, energize brains and bodies and makes learning fun. "Exercise Grows Brain Cells "(Gage). 
  • Learn more about strategies based on brain research findings, 
  • Why physical education truly supports early motor development, intentional movement and improved academic cognition.

Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Piedmont 2

8:30am

Becky Haislip & Friends' "Let’s have SEX Education!" in Salem 1 B
Description: Attendees will explore a day of Family Life class where students are taught reproductive and sexuality education. Participants will simulate a middle school health class. Learn new activities to use such as Body and STD bingo. Technology resources will be included. Individualized and literacy learning will be incorporated through differentiated assignments.
Your Presenters! Becki Haislip, Melissa Corron, Cathy Hailey, Keshia Stevenson, Kisha Davis, Sylivia McLean, Geri Petit and Emily Cox!

Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 1 B

8:30am

Bob Hill's "Leadership, Management, Supervison and Decision-Making Concepts for Middle & High School Athletic Programs" in Conference 2
Description: This session will examine relevant strategies and principles that can be utilized to enhance the skills of the athletic administrator and coach in the areas of leadership, management, and decision-making.  

Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Conference 2

8:30am

Jim Hammond's "What Every Cooperating Teacher and PETE Student Teacher Should Know" in Salem 1 C (SMA and Others)
Description: This presentation addresses strategies for cooperating teachers to use in order to maximize the teacher candidates clinical experience.  The group will present effective pedagogical methodologies  to enhance the experience, assessment, and evaluation of the student teaching process. Interactive discussion between the audience and presenters is part of the program.
Presenter: Jim Hammond - Assistant Professor Chowan University - Lead Presenter.
Panel Discussion Members: JJ Beale - Bearfield Primary - Ahoskie, NC; Connie Peeler - Boone Elementary - Boone, NC; Greg Cox -Northampton Middle School - Conway, NC.

Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 1 C

8:30am

Kacey DiGiacinto and Sarah Harrell's "Problems in the Health Classroom? Project Based Learning Assignments" in Salem 1 A
Description: Project Based Learning (PBL) is an instructional strategy used to authentically assess student learning. Implementing PBL in health education develops health literacy and a stronger student connect with the many benefits of health education. Sample assignments will be provided.

Friday October 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Salem 1 A

8:30am

9:30am

Ben Pirillo's "NCAAHPERD-SM Pep Rally" in Winston 2
About this Session: Be on time for our Opening Morning PEP Rally (Passionate & Excited People!) that will be led by the Master Motivator himself - Ben Pirillo from Texas!
About Your Presenter: Ben is one of the #PEGeeks' "Social Media Advancers" and is known throughout the United States and around the world for his energetic and upbeat presentations. Or as Joey Feith posted about Ben in his blog:

What is Your Name? Benjamin Pirillo
Where Are You From? Texas
Where Do You Teach? Hughston Elementary
One Word that Best Describes How You Teach: Engaging
What Apps/Tools/Resources Can’t You Live Without?
FitStep Pro pedometers, YouTube, microphone system, music, & projector.
What Do Your #Physed Classes Look Like?
I have the opportunity to see all grade levels (kindergarten-5th) four times during the week, with class sizes ranging 40-45 students. Twice a week students attend class for 25 minutes and twice a week the students attend class for 50 minutes. For second through fifth grade students, the first 25 minutes of each class session is dedicated to fitness activities.

These activities are designed to keep the students highly engaged in physical activity with the goal of helping them to increase cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, and muscular strength and endurance. The second 25 minutes of each class is used for skill building activities such as throwing, catching, kicking, chasing, etc. I include a variety of engaging games in my lesson plans as a way to maximize participation while developing and improving student skills.

When working with kindergarten and first grade students, I structure my physical education sessions differently. During the first 15 minutes of each class session the students are developing locomotor skills, flexibility, and rhythmic movement. Students enter the gym we progress through a series of locomotor skills changing the skill every 30 seconds. After that the students perform dances that are led by the teachers. Lastly, the students participate in a series of dynamic stretches. After completion of these activities, I gather the students together to discuss a health topic from the coordinated school health curriculum. Once our discussion is complete, the students engage in skill building activities for the rest of class.
What’s the Most Unique Thing About Your Teaching?
The most unique thing about me is my ability to create various fun and engaging activities that help the students develop various skills while maximizing their participation and increasing their MVPA.
What’s the Best Teaching Advice You’ve Ever Received?
It’s okay to make mistakes, that is how we learn.
Where can people find you online?
Twitter: @CoachPirillo
Website: http://www.teachphysed.weebly.com
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/gepetto652

Friday October 25, 2019 9:30am - 9:45am
Winston 2

9:45am

Jamie Spark's Morning Keynote: "ROC: Redefining Our Community" in Winston 2
Description: For the first time ever, we are welcoming a sitting President of SHAPE America - Jamie Sparks!  His motivating and uplifting keynote theme will be "ROC: Redefining Our Community." His message of ROC will be simply about raising the bar for every health and physical educator — and no longer accepting being on the back burner.

As Jamie cites: "Our students have great needs emotionally, socially and physically. We are their community and we cannot be complacent, simply accepting things the way they have been. Every child — in every school and every community — needs a champion to boldly take a stand for them. We must be that champion! ROC is also about our HPE community as a whole. As health and physical educators, we play an important role promoting equity, diversity and inclusion for all students — and ensuring that administrators are implementing a Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) approach in schools. Most importantly for us collectively is the success of SHAPE America’s new service-learning and fundraising program — health. moves. minds.™"

Friday October 25, 2019 9:45am - 10:45am
Winston 2

10:30am

11:00am

Andrew Wymer's "SEL at Work: Using Social Skills to Teach Physical Education" in Salem 2 B
Description:  The importance of the Social-Emotional connection is more important than ever before! Experience and learn how to teach these valuable social-emotional skills in your physical education classes in building the important basic foundation for the rest of the your curriculum.

Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salem 2 B

11:00am

Bo Davenport's "Change Your Emphasis: Increasing MVPA & How to Use the Data When You Do!" in Winston 3
Description: Join presenter Bo Davenport as he will share how to use pedometers to track and record activity during your physical education classes.  We will look at ways to increase MVPA by reflecting on the ways teachers currently evaluate their classes and how we  incorporate MVPA  into our student accountability process. We will also look at current and historic data from our classes to document our successes with student MVPA.  

Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Winston 3

11:00am

Cara Langston & Cindy Clodfeter's "PICKLEBALL - A Sweet Game with a Sour Name" in Piedmont 3
Description: Pickleball is a fun paddle sport for all ages and skill levels.  Dink Responsibly and stay out of the Kitchen.  It is a Big DILL. We love the game of Pickleball and want to pass the passion on to you. Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the world and is definitely a lifetime sport. The awesome part of Pickleball is that all skill levels can play. So, let's share this awesome sport with everyone. Jump on the Pickleball train.

Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Piedmont 3

11:00am

Josh Bonventure & Kevin Texeira's "RampShot: A Fun and Active Twist on Cornhole!" in Salem 2 A (Handout)
Description: RampShot is an exciting yard game where players toss and/or catch for points, keeping all students active throughout the game! RampShot was created by a PE teacher as a way to increase activity while playing yard games. With various ways to play, RampShot can be enjoyed by students of all ability levels. Learn more at RampShot.com!


Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salem 2 A

11:00am

Kerrie -Jean King's "Using Sports Movement to Create Choreography!" in Winston BC (Handouts)
Description: Join Kerrie-Jean King, 2018 North Carolina Dance Educator of the Year, for an exciting and practical presentation! Looking for more innovative approaches? Do you want your students to work creatively and use high order thinking skills while learning about dance? In this session, you will learn how to take sports movement and manipulate it, using the elements of dance, to create choreography.


Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Winston 1 BC

11:00am

Mike Dawson, Jeff Pizzutilla & ECU Student Major's " Applying the Personal and Social Responsibility Model" in Winston 2 (SMA Session)
Description: Join East Carolina University Students and Staff for an innovative session on activities and methods that promote harmony between the principles of students' self-interests and the selfless concern for the well-being of others students.
Presenters: Mike Dawson, Jeff Pizzutilla, Asia Henry, Carter O'Neal, Jarrett Pearce, Savannah Wood

Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Winston 2

11:00am

Amelia Huelskamp and Sarah McCabe's "Experimenting with the Nutrition Lab: Food Education for All!" in Salem 1 A
Description: Like to learn about a terrific way to help your students the importance of healthy food choices? This session introduces attendees to strategies for using real recipes, real kitchen equipment, and real food to teach nutrition education in authentic, innovative ways. 
  • Participants will prepare and consume real healthy foods, along with strategies for making this kind of pedagogy feasible in school settings.

Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salem 1 A

11:00am

11:00am

Dennis Johnson's "Women's Scholastic Wrestling: A Risk Management Course" in Conference 2
Description:  This is an overview of the National Wrestling Coaches Association’s (NWCA) risk management and best practice guide for high school wrestling coaches. Emphasis is on cross-gender coaching practices (men coaching women) in a sport requiring extensive physical contact.

Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Conference 2

11:00am

Health Education Association Business Meeting in Salem 1 B
Description: Join NCAAHE President CT Terrell, Robert Lindsey (President Elect) and Shana Whitley (Vice President) for the annual business meeting. We'll discuss immediate and long-range plans for our Association, how you can become more involved and hear from our two Vice Presidential candidates.

Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Salem 1 B

11:00am

Stephanie Little & Jessica Hook's "Elementary Partnerships: Moving Past the 'Play All Day' Misnomer" in Piedmont 2
Description: Looking for new ways to create important connections with your classroom teachers? Want to highten awareness of the importance of physical education within your school and community? Do classroom teachers really know all of the awesome things you are doing in the gym? Shared strategies will focus on developing collaborative relationships and partnered student goal-setting.

Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Piedmont 2

11:00am

Wesley Strayer and Brad Van Horn's "Victory Day: A Life Changing Celebration!" in Piedmont 1
Decription: Victory Day (live link) was founded in 2010 by three-time cancer survivor Aaron Segedi, a teacher and Varsity Football Coach for Trenton High School in Michigan.  Coach Segedi started Victory Day at his school on the belief that building character holds equal importance to teaching students the game-winning plays and lessons they will need to embody and embrace both on and off the football field. Or as Coach Segedi states: "Victory Day is an event set up for cognitively and physically impaired children to have an opportunity to play football or cheer and have their moment in the sun. Each child will be partnered up with a Trenton football player or Trenton cheerleader who will serve as their mentor for the day.   They will wear a Victory Day jersey or hold cheer pom poms and line up on the 50 yard line with their mentor.  The national anthem will then be played by the Trenton High School Marching Band.  After, our PA announcer will introduce each child as they run through a tunnel formed by the band into the end zone.  Parents will be seated in the end zone to take pictures as they run through the tunnel.  There will be a mock coin toss before the game."

The Independence HS staff and student body hold these same principals dear and find it important to put these ideals to work for their community. On behalf of Mr. Segedi and the Independence Community that has embraced such a wonderful event, we'd love the opportunity to share how much of an positive impact such an event can have on an individual's character, a school's environment, and a special child's ability to connect with peers outside of their normal routine.

Here in Mint Hill, NC,   the event is hosted by the Independence High School (IHS) Varsity Football Team, the IHS Cheer Team, and the IHS Marching Band. Victory Day’s core principles, past participation and positive community feedback has garnered local and national media attention, including interest from top high school & collegiate athletic programs from across the United States that want to replicate its success.  

Friday October 25, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Piedmont 1

12:00pm

** LUNCH BREAK **
Friday October 25, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm

12:00pm

Athletic Education Business Meeting & Lunch
Description: This meeting is for all members of the Athletic Education Association. Please come!

Friday October 25, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Governor Suite in Marriott Hotel

12:00pm

Dance Education Association Business Meeting & Lunch
Description: This meeting is for all members of the Dance Education Association. Please come!

Friday October 25, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
President Suite in Marriott Hotel

1:00pm

Poster Session in Exhibits Area
This year's posters include:
  • Amy Stringer's "Physical Education in the News: Themes and trends Over 12 years," This research project is the result of a review of US newspaper articles with the phrase "physical education" in the title. Themes and trends are determined.  Results from 2018-19 were compared to previous studies.
  • Jordan Weber's " Adapted Fitness for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: A Qualitative Collective-Case Study Approach," Three individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities taught dance, fitness and yoga in their communities.  This poster explores the results of that program.
  • Dan Grube, Justin Menickelli and AJ Grube's "Global Experiential Learning & Study Abroad: Exploring Culture, Education and Movement," Study abroad programs in kinesiology programs in higher education can allow more students to have authentic, experiential global teaching and learning opportunities, practical pre-professional organizational experiences, and an opportunity to gain cross-cultural collaborative and leadership skills. Development of short-term programs in the educator preparation program at WCU has allowed more teacher candidates to have authentic, experiential global teaching and learning opportunities. Faculty-led study abroad and internships abroad are outcome driven, and linked to strategic directions. Data points include quantitative and qualitative methods. Results indicate new learning by teacher candidates about cultural and social norms, educational policy and schooling, and activity.
  • Relationship between estimated VO2max and stage completion of the ManU Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Test 
    Miracle L. Etim-Andy, Jennifer Chambers, Victor Romano, Kimberly A. Smith 
    The Manchester United (ManU) Fitness Test is a type of Yo-Yo intermittent recovery test that is often used to assess the cardiovascular fitness of soccer athletes. This fitness test is a series of one-minute stages that include intensive 100-yard sprints followed by 100-yard recovery runs. At the conclusion of this test, athletes were scored based upon the last stage that they successfully completed. PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify estimated VO2max scores associated with completing various stages of the ManU fitness test.  M
    ETHODS: Twenty-one female soccer athletes from a Division II college participated in this study.  The average number of stages completed for the ManU fitness test was 16.9 + 3.2, with the lowest stage completion at 11 and the highest at 23.  Two different methods of estimating VO2max were used in this study.  One estimation was collected from the First Player Status Analysis software which uses a proprietary algorithm.  The second estimation was calculated using the Uth et al. equation.  RESULTS: A dependent t-test revealed that there was no significant difference in estimated VO2max scores between the two estimation methods (p = 0.284). As such, an average of the two estimated values was used to determine the relationship between estimated VO2max scores and stages completed during the ManU fitness test.  A weak, non-significant correlation was found between estimated VO2max scores and stage completion (r = 0.29; p = 0.24).  Furthermore, an independent t-test revealed no significant difference in estimated VO2max scores of those who scored above the mean (>16.9 stages) versus those who scored below the mean (<16.9 stages) (48.6 ± 3.4 ml/kg/min versus 45.2 ± 3.5 ml/kg/min, respectively). CONCLUSION: Estimated VO2max scores were not related to the number of stages a soccer athlete could complete during the ManU fitness test. Future studies will identify the potential relationship between measured, rather than estimated, VO2max scores and stage completion of the ManU fitness test. 
  • Link between HITT workouts and Body Fat Percentage
    Joey Gottfried and Joseph Keyes
    Health, Physical Education, and Sport Studies
    Winston Salem State University
  • Relationship between Residential Environments and Physical Activity for Rural Seniors
    Dr. Minyong Lee, Lead Presenter Dr. Sung-Jin Lee, Presenter Ms. R. Renee Robinson, Presenter
  • Body Fat Percentage of Division II Collegiate Athletes
    Authors: Danyelle Thompson, Una Pandurevic, Victor Romano
    Abstract:  This research looks at data of body fat percentage for seven division II collegiate athlete sports teams, including male and female. We gathered data with a BodPod™ to gather and determine body fat percentage and they were analyzed using descriptive data. 
  • Carol A Smith's "Examining Grit in First Year Adventure Students"
    This study examines the pre/post test scores on grit in first year students before/after a week-long backpacking experience.
     

Friday October 25, 2019 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Exhibits Area

1:15pm

Andrew Wymer's "The Need for Speed" in Winston 1 BC
Description: Join presenter Andrew Wymer, the 2018 Virginia PE Middle School  TOY, for a terrific collection of student-pleasing activities that will enhance speed and agility. Fast, fun, and quick paced for all skill levels.

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston 1 BC

1:15pm

Gabe Ervin and Joe Weaver's "This Bud's for You! Partner Activities for PE" in Piedmont 3
Description: This activity-based session will feature different types of partner work can be utilized and implemented in your PE program.  Partner activities will range from cooperative to competitive while meeting numerous SHAPE standards.  The presented activities are designed to teach students the necessary skills of working with others, while at the same time, working on different manipulatives and movement concepts.   Students of all elementary ages will find these partner activities fun and engaging.  So grab a bud and let’s have some fun!

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Piedmont 3

1:15pm

Heidi Turlington, University Dance TOY & Interns from WCU's "Dancing with the HPE STARS" in Piedmont 2 (SMA)
Description: Our students all love learning popular contemporary dances!  However, as teachers we often want our students to learn skills related to dance, such as space, time, and energy, that are not reflected in dances from pop culture.  In this session, we will learn how to use popular dances as a hook to teach students about the elements of dance.  A win for both students and teachers!

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Piedmont 2

1:15pm

Jamie West & Lindsay Scinta's "Videos for Faster Understanding: Teaching Concepts Quickly with Video Effects!" (Handout) in Salem 2 A
Description:Today's student learners are hooked on videos.  They are always watching, making, or learning from them. I have taken that concept and included it into PE.  Taking skills and games into consideration, we have created slides, GIFs, and videos to teach concepts and learn about games faster than explaining information, that students mostly forget.   
  • Learn how to integrate technology videos into their lessons to become more effective and increase time movement in class.
  • Using videos, GIF’s and other animated technology to get your students moving faster and more effectively!


Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 2 A

1:15pm

Michelle Carter and Ann Paulls-Neal's "Information Session & Live Demo of Health.Moves.Minds Lessons" in Winston 3
Description: This session is for all interested individuals wanting to know more about this fantastic new fundraiser that is being unveiled this school year. Attend and learn all of the "nuts and bolts" for creating a successful fundraiser at your school this year!
  • See actual Health.Moves.Minds lessons
  • Learn how to gather support for your PE program
  • Learn how to market your fundraiser

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston 3

1:15pm

Robert Maiorana'a "Floorball 4 All" in Winston 2
Description: Floorball is a friendly, safe and inexpensive modern type of soft hockey, tackling and interference is not allowed. Floorball is very inclusive and flexible, ideal for coed and mixed age groups. It is played with a light weight carbon fiber stick, a plastic ball and gym shoes. Mostly played for fun and recreation but there are national leagues, World championships and floorball is part of the World games (Birmingham, Alabama 2021), special Olympics and an Exhibition sport in the 2020 Olympics in Japan.

The session will present a sport that in northern Europe, primarily the Scandinavian countries, has grown from nothing to become one of the largest teamsports in only 30 years. In Sweden Floorball is the second largest team sport after soccer when measured by licensed players, and by far the largest team sport when measured by recreational players.

The presentation will cover the following topics:
  • What is the background and key drivers to the development of Floorball
  • How is Floorball played, officially and for recreation
  • What are the risks and main rules
  • What are the physical and mental benefits
  • How well does Floorball fit in to PE classes
  • How to get started
  • How to plan lessons
 And we will of course have some great fun and play Floorball !

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston 2

1:15pm

Amanda Motsinger's "SEL and the Mind-Body Connection" in Salem 1 C
Description:  Come and learn how Marathon Kids, a non-profit on a mission to get kids moving, integrates the five competencies of CASEL into their running/walking clubs across the nation.  Kids grow in self-confidence, set and achieve goals, and build relationships through a team experience.  Through our evidence-based pillars and impact stories from our volunteer coaches, we will share how you can get kids active while impacting their social and emotional learning.

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 1 C

1:15pm

J. Scott Townsend and Derek J. Mohr's " Tribrid PE: SE+TGM+TPSR = Physical Literacy Promotion" in Salem 3
Description: Experience a hybrid approach to promoting physical literacy!  This approach combines three instructional models: Sport Education, Tactical Games & Teaching Personal-Social Responsibility into one “tribrid” model.

Background: Hybridization, combining complementary aspects of models, represents a practical way to translate theory into real world application, allowing teachers to the reap benefits of individual models while taking a more integrated, holistic path to physical literacy for all. To that end, we intend to: 
  • Objective 1: After attending this , the attendees will be able to describe and value the fundamental features of the three research-verified foundational models (SE, TGfU, and TPSR) that comprise the hybrid model. Presenters will interactively highlight features of each model by engaging participants in a brief discussion to activate prior knowledge, draw on participants’ perspectives and experiences, as well as to reveal a need and cast a vision for the hybrid model, which is designed to promote physical literacy. 
  • Objective 2: Explain how the hybrid model combines and applies the complementary features of each fundamental model to promote physical literacy. Presenters will systematically illustrate this hybrid model, while highlighting aspects of the fundamental models, via participant engagement using multimedia presentation and interactive discussion.   Teaching strategies, instructional materials and assessments will be utilized throughout to exhibit how the hybrid model can be implemented and evaluated. 
  • Objective 3: Apply the hybrid model in their own PE programs to enhance the physical literacy of their students. In conclusion, participants will interact with the presenters and one another to discuss potential modifications to and implementation strategies for the hybrid model. This process will culminate in the development of an action plan, whereby participants will create a series of steps to implement the hybrid model in their own PE programs.

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 3

1:15pm

Jihoun An & Friends' "Peer-Mentoring Model in PE for Students with and without Disabilities" in Piedmont 1
Description: This session will introduce a mentoring approach in physical education and its application to the high school physical education courses in Pitt County schools. We will:
  • Present and discuss the practicality of a peer mentoring approach in the physical education program for the development of youth with and without disabilities. 
  • Explain the concept of peer mentoring and ways to implement the approach when designing a physical education course. 
  • Show how school-based peer mentoring (SBPM) model can be a practical approach to promote inclusive education and support positive youth development, such as responsibility, relationships, attitudes toward disability, self-perceptions, and engagement in the program (Karcher, 2014).
Meet Your Presenters! Jihoun An, James T. Decker, Bonnie Jackson, Michele Mazey, Jonathan Wells, and Chandler Wint.

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Piedmont 1

1:15pm

Randi Rubenstein's "Healthy Foundations for Future Families" in Salem 1 B (Handout)
Description: Learn how to teach an Essential Standards health topic that inspires students to make healthy choices and plan bright futures.  Free health education lesson plans included!
Background:The Healthy Foundations for Future Families curriculum was developed in 2005 by Randi Rubenstein, M.S. Public Health.  Topics include life-goals, healthy relationships, perils of teenage parenting, preconception/prenatal health including the risks of prenatal alcohol and drugs, fatherhood, absent fathers, prevention of child abuse and neglect, and positive parenting techniques.
  • The interactive program includes a student workbook, PPT slides, videos, props, role play, discussion, and activities.  
  • Teens consistently state positive effects: over 92% of surveyed ETP students report that they are more motivated to postpone parenting until adulthood and will be better able to care for a future family as a result of the Healthy Foundations program.  
  • ETP has directly instructed over 8,000 teens as of April 2019.   
  • ETP's website www.eduparents.org.  Reviews posted on Great Nonprofits website :   https://greatnonprofits.org/org/educate-tomorrows-parents .


Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 1 B

1:15pm

Sarah Hunting-Stehlin's "Hands on Health" in Salem 1 A
Description: Make health fun!  Not just your average health lessons.  Activities to cover sex education, STD's, prevention and more. "Hands on Health" will cover games and activities we use in our Health Education classroom.  Topics of activities will include sex education, prevention of STDs, influences on the teen brain,  HIV, and heart diseases.  We will also provide other resources used to put together our health curriculum.

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 1 A

1:15pm

(Digital Learning) Liz Gary's "PE on Board! (It's a Tech World)" in Conference 2 (Handouts)
Description:Do you want to learn how to be creative in the "PE Classroom World?" Do you want to empower your students to lead? Are you an "Out-of the-box" thinker?
  • If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, check out this workshop! 
  • Apps! Apps! And more Apps!
Here is the link for the Tech presentation >
http://bit.ly/2N84HqO


Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Conference 2

1:15pm

(Digital Technology) Lara Brickhouse's "Multidisciplinary Approaches " in Salem 2 B
Description: Explore simplistic ways to include multidisciplinary approaches and technology (both high and low level) through innovative, creative, and thought-provoking lessons designed for students of all abilities.

Friday October 25, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Salem 2 B

1:30pm

2:30pm

Ami Gibson's " Insane Large Group Games & Activities" in Salem 3 (Handout)
Description: Join OPEN Trainer Ami Gibson for this  action-packed activity session will be filled with instant activities, small sided games, cooperative activities and challenges used to increase MVPA as well as improve FitnessGram scores. Join us for this high energy session and learn ideas you can immediately use in your classes!


Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 3

2:30pm

Dan McLaughlin's "The Science of Practice: Tips for Teaching/Coaching Sport Skills" in Conference 2
Description: General and specific recommendations for the design and instruction of drills, activities, and games to help reinforce and revise your beliefs about highly effective practice.

Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Conference 2

2:30pm

Jordan Weber's "Inclusive & Cooperative Adapted Physical Education Activities" in Piedmont 1
Description: This session will explore the different adapted physical activity strategies used to deliver effective physical activity programs for individuals with disabilities.  

Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Piedmont 1

2:30pm

Kim Cooke & Friends' "The Amazing CMSHPE Fitness Centers!" in Salem 2 A (Handouts)
Description: Learn and see how one school district transformed secondary physical education into a student wellness program though fitness-based facilities. Through advocacy efforts, CMS has invested over 1.8+ million dollars since 2015 in student wellness initiatives.
Presenters: Kim Cooke, Keith Kraemer and Andrew Romberger

Here is a Google Drive link to all our presentations: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WLV2c7vzObZmQXo90s3TfoXwO-DchW3G?usp=sharing

Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 2 A

2:30pm

Mark Strazzer's "Teaching Self-Officiating and Problem Solving Skill Through Ultimate Frisbee" in Salem 2 B
Description:  Learn how to use Ultimate Frisbee to infuse conflict resolution, self-independence and problem solving skills to regulate play.  Athlete make their own calls and assess their behavior which is transferable to many PE activities.

Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm

2:30pm

Crystal Massenburg & Damien Smith's "Tag! You're It!! Team-Teaching for Secondary Teachers" in Piedmont 3
Description: Southern High School (Durham, NC) H/PE teachers will discuss various proven strategies and tactics on how to effectively co-teach health and physical education classes.  This is for real!

Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Piedmont 3

2:30pm

Megan Davis' "No Money...No problem!" in Salem 1 C
Description:  Learn how to fund your program with grants, Donors Choose and other proven methods.

Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 1 C

2:30pm

Mike Dawson, Jeff Pizzutilla & ECU Student Major's " edTPA Steps to Success: Putting It All Together" in Salem 1 B (SMA Session)
Description:  A guided panel discussion focusing on the inter-related nature of the three key tasks associated with edTPA.
Presenters! Mike Dawson, Jeff Pizzutilla, Asia Henry, Carter O'Neal, and Jarrett Pearce

Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 1 B

2:30pm

Sandra Nelson & Coastal Carolina University Students' "Student Majors who Walk the talk!" in Piedmont 2 (Handout)
Description: This innovative service-learning initiative combines meaningful community service experiences with academic learning.  In the fall semester of 2005, professors in physical education, history, Spanish, health, theatre, business, and elementary education embarked on the exciting challenge of incorporating service-learning within their coursework. This presentation will provide insight into the implementation of service-learning within the physical education teacher education (PETE) program.  Coastal Carolina University candidates will share their experiences of working with students in a variety of schools within a local school district. The uniqueness of the Wellness Activities & Lifestyle Knowledge (WALK) mentoring component incorporated within the Elementary physical education methods course will be highlighted By Dr. Nelson.  Alignment of the WALK program with candidate preparation according to the guidelines set forth by the National Association of Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) will be discussed.


Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Piedmont 2

2:30pm

(Digital Learning) Jordan Snyder and Peter Kelpin's "Support Whole Child Development with Free Standards-Aligned Digital Resources!" in Salem 1 A (Handouts)
Description: Today's student requires development of healthful physical, social, emotional, and character practices. EVERFI supports NC educators delivering  learning with free and easily-accessible digital resources.


Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Salem 1 A

2:30pm

(Literacy) Tim Fahning's "Use TGfU to Guide Students to Create their Own Games!" in Winston 1 BC (Handouts)
Description:  Attendees will learn a fun way to integrate writing and literacy into the PE setting. Come create a new game and play some too. Or as Tim writes: "We began this game writing project when my Principal asked me to include writing in PE class. Fifth grade students write/create their own games in small groups. The students then teach their peers how to play the game. The students referee/observe their peers while they play the game. The students all gather to critique the game, offering solutions to problems or ways to make the game better. The game makers join in as the game is played again, this time with the corrections. The better games are shared with other grade levels throughout the school year.


Friday October 25, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Winston 1 BC

3:30pm

3:45pm

John Smith's "These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things!" in Salem 3
John Smith
SHAPE 1989 Elementary PE TOY
50 years of teaching and presenting have created some very special fun activities. Now it’s time to share the ones I love the most with all of best teachers around. From Parachutes to Noodle Bits, from reaction balls to the old Pinkies, lets try them all.

Friday October 25, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Salem 3

3:45pm

Lara Brickhouse's "Adapting Your Favorite OPEN Activities and Modules" in Salem 2 A
Description: Join National Adapted PE Teacher of the Year Lara Brickhouse to learn a variety of ways to implement popular OPEN PE activities for all students. Learn how to adapt the top rated OPEN lessons to meet the needs of students with special needs.  Turn up the creativity and innovation today!

Friday October 25, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Salem 2 A

3:45pm

Tommy Hager and Students' "Effectively Teaching Jump Rope Skills in PE!" in Winston 3
Description:  Learn time-tested tips (26 years) for teaching single rope, partner skills, long rope and Double Dutch (jumping & turning).   Interactive, impactful & fun!
About Your Presenter!Hello! My name is Tommy Hager.  I'm completing my 19th year of teaching elementary physical education and my 26th year of coaching jump rope at the competitive and  performance level.  Children LOVE jump rope!  
  • They just need a little bit of coaching, some good ropes that are the right lengths, and lots of opportunities to practice.  
  • In order to provide the greatest learning environment and to give the teachers as much solid practice at this session as possible, I would bring my middle and high school team members.
  • My wife and I own the Apex Skip-Its performance jump rope team (apexskipits.com).  These students are some of Wake County's finest and have all been teaching clinics and camps with me for 3+ years.  

Friday October 25, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Winston 3

3:45pm

Allison Pearce's "The Paideia Seminar for Secondary Health: Food Guide Pyramid vs. MyPlate in Winston 2 (Handouts)
Description:Paideia Seminars challenge students to look beyond the texts, engage in critical thinking, and improve literacy skills to be active members in the 21st century. In this lesson:
  • Students begin by reflecting on their own nutritional eating habits.  
  • They are then challenged to compare and contrast the two graphics: the food guide pyramid and my plate. 
  • Students will share their observations and ideas through collaborative, intellectual dialogue (Socratic Seminar fashion). 
  • As the facilitator, tecahers will ask open-ended questions to challenge students to think, listen, and speak candidly about their thoughts, reactions and ideas rooted in two texts (the graphics).
  • The main purpose it arrive at a fuller understanding that the text conveys and the values it embodies to apply the information to their real life.  
  • After this lesson, there will be two follow-up activities for the students to complete that will build on the knowledge gained from the Paideia Seminar. 
  • This lesson can be adapted to any health topic. 
  • Teachers will leave with a Paideia Seminar template and other Seminar examples. We will need open area seating so we can sit in a circle.


Friday October 25, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Winston 2

3:45pm

Cilicia Gray, Miracle McPherson and Fantasha Lawrence's "African American Health Perceptions" in Salem 1 B (SMA)
Description: Please join Johnson C. Smith students for a very informative session as they share important health topics.  These include:
  • Cilicia Gray's "Perception of Alcohol Among African American College Students."
  • Miracle McPherson's "Perception of Love Attitudes Among African American College Students."
  • Fantasha Lawrence's "Perception of Social Support Among African American College Students."

Friday October 25, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Salem 1 B

3:45pm

David Jones' " The Relationship between Physical Fitness, Academic Achievement, Poverty, and Gender" in Piedmont 1 (Handout)
Description: Results and recommendations from a doctoral dissertation study among NC 4th and 5th grade students analyzing relationships among fitness, academics, poverty, and gender.  


Friday October 25, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Piedmont 1

3:45pm

Kymm Ballard's "Using Breakout Gamification to Maximize Learning" in Salem 1 C (Handout)
Description: This session will share what a "Breakout Gamification" lesson may look like as well as help you get started thinking about how you can also use this innovative teaching strategy in your instruction. Participants will learn how to use gamification to teach two lessons that can be adapted in many forms to use at secondary and higher education levels.

This is the link to my presentations > http://tiny.cc/KBNCSHAPE19

Friday October 25, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Salem 1 C

3:45pm

Mertyce Mvos' "Climb On! How to Bring Rock Climbing to Your School" in Salem 2 B
Description: Learn about the many benefits of rock climbing, the different climbing wall options, safety considerations and the steps to securing a climbing wall.
Session Objectives: 1. Learn how rock climbing builds physical, social and emotional skills 2. Receive guidance for acquiring a climbing wall, including an overview of wall types, planning steps and safety protocols 3. Be introduced to climbing wall activities

Friday October 25, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Salem 2 B

3:45pm

(Digital Learning) Katie Bowman's "Digital Diagrams for Enhanced Student Learning" in Piedmont 2
Description:Creating digital diagrams in Google can enhance student learning!  This presentation will be in a workshop format, so BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology).  In this Digital Learning session, we will:
  • Discuss how the addition of digital diagrams can enhance lesson plans and student learning.
  • Demonstrate how to create digital diagrams in Google. 
  • Practice (and receive one-on-one assistance from the presenters) to troubleshoot issues creating digital diagrams in Google during the presentation. *Participants can leave with at least one digital diagram created and the knowledge and skills to create more!

Friday October 25, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Piedmont 2

3:45pm

5:00pm

 
Saturday, October 26
 

7:30am

8:00am

(Digital Learning) Burt Jenkin's "An Apple App a Day Keeps the Students Engaged" in Piedmont 1 * Session repeats at 9:00 AM *
This session explores Apple products and apps that can be used to engage students in Health and Physical Education. Ipads will be provided during the session.

Saturday October 26, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
Piedmont 1

8:00am

(Digital Learning) EverFi's "The Digital Approach to Health and Wellness" in Conference 2 * Session will repeat at 9:00 AM *
This session will highlight EVERFI's FREE digital resources on nutrition and healthy lifestyles, both physically and mentally. Teachers will see how technology can assist in learning these concepts, how to setup free teacher accounts, and how these programs fit within their scope and sequence for health.

Saturday October 26, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
Conference 2

8:00am

(Digital Learning) Kymm Ballard's "Twitter 101" in Piedmont 2 * Session repeats at 9:00 AM * (Handout)
This session is for anyone interested in learning more about Twitter and getting set up.  We will go through the steps to get you set up and share awesome followers to get you started!  This session is for beginners!

This is the link to my presentations > http://tiny.cc/KBNCSHAPE19

Saturday October 26, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
Piedmont 2

8:00am

(Digital Learning) Vicky Fowler & Becki Haislip's "Exploring How to Move to a Book with Epic App" in Conference 1 * Session repeats at 9:00 AM *
Participants will learn about the Free Epic app and creating folders of possible books for PE integration as well as reviewing an example lesson.

For additional CEUs, participants can continue to build technology and literacy skills by opting to join the move to a book online forum. This will allow participants to upload lesson to a digital folder for others to use, teach the lesson, post a reflection, and to respond to other participants posts. 

Saturday October 26, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
Conference 1

8:00am

9:00am

(Digital Learning) Burt Jenkin's "An Apple App a Day Keeps the Students Engaged" in Piedmont 1
This session explores Apple products and apps that can be used to engage students in Health and Physical Education. Ipads will be provided during the session.

Saturday October 26, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Piedmont 1

9:00am

(Digital Learning) EverFi's "The Digital Approach to Health and Wellness" in Conference 2
This session will highlight EVERFI's FREE digital resources on nutrition and healthy lifestyles, both physically and mentally. Teachers will see how technology can assist in learning these concepts, how to setup free teacher accounts, and how these programs fit within their scope and sequence for health.

Saturday October 26, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Conference 2

9:00am

(Digital Learning) Kymm Ballard's "Twitter 101" in Piedmont 2 (Handout)
This session is for anyone interested in learning more about Twitter and getting set up.  We will go through the steps to get you set up and share awesome followers to get you started!  This session is for beginners!

This is the link to my presentations > http://tiny.cc/KBNCSHAPE19

Saturday October 26, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Piedmont 2

9:00am

(Digital Learning) Vicky Fowler & Becki Haislip's "Exploring How to Move to a Book with Epic App" in Conference 1
Participants will learn about the Free Epic app and creating folders of possible books for PE integration as well as reviewing an example lesson.

For additional CEUs, participants can continue to build technology and literacy skills by opting to join the move to a book online forum. This will allow participants to upload lesson to a digital folder for others to use, teach the lesson, post a reflection, and to respond to other participants posts. 

Saturday October 26, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Conference 1

10:00am

(Digital Learning) Burt Jenkins' "PC Technology Engaging both Teachers and Students" in Piedmont 1 * Session repeats at 11:00 AM * (Handout)
Participants will be actively engaged as they explore the multitude of free PC resources currently available for both Health and Physical Education.


Saturday October 26, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Piedmont 1

10:00am

(Digital Learning) EverFi's "Substance Abuse Prevention - Building Student Knowledge and Refusal Skills" in Conference 2 * Session repeats at 11:00 AM *
This session will highlight EVERFI's FREE digital resources on alcohol education and prescription drug abuse prevention. Teachers will see how technology can assist in learning these concepts, how to setup free teacher accounts, and how these programs fit within their scope and sequence for health.

Saturday October 26, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Conference 2

10:00am

(Digital Learning) Kymm Ballard's "Twitter 201" in Piedmont 2 *Session repeats at 11:00 AM * (Handout)
This session will explore how Twitter is used for advocacy and professional development.  We will explore sites and tags and apps to help you collect essential resources like Google Keep.   You will be able to use Twitter to share and obtain hundreds of free resources.

This is the link to my presentations > http://tiny.cc/KBNCSHAPE19

Saturday October 26, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Piedmont 2

10:00am

(Digital Learning) Vicky Fowler and Becki Haislip's "Planning for Moving to a Book with Epic App" in Conference 1 * Session repeats at 11:00 AM *
Planning for Moving to a Book with Epic App
The app is downloaded and I have books, now let’s take time to create a lesson! This session participants will create a lesson that uses a book from the epic app that aligns to PE and/or health standards.

For additional CEUs, participants can continue to build technology and literacy skills by opting to join the move to a book online forum. This will allow participants to upload lesson to a digital folder for others to use, teach the lesson, post a reflection, and to respond to other participants posts.

Saturday October 26, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Conference 1

11:00am

(Digital Learning) Burt Jenkins' "PC Technology Engaging both Teachers and Students" in Piedmont 1 (Handouts)
Participants will be actively engaged as they explore the multitude of free PC resources currently available for both Health and Physical Education.


Saturday October 26, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Piedmont 1

11:00am

(Digital Learning) EverFi's "Substance Abuse Prevention - Building Student Knowledge and Refusal Skills" in Conference 2
This session will highlight EVERFI's FREE digital resources on alcohol education and prescription drug abuse prevention. Teachers will see how technology can assist in learning these concepts, how to setup free teacher accounts, and how these programs fit within their scope and sequence for health.

Saturday October 26, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Conference 2

11:00am

(Digital Learning) Vicky Fowler and Becki Haislip's "Planning for Moving to a Book with Epic App" in Conference 1
Planning for Moving to a Book with Epic App
The app is downloaded and I have books, now let’s take time to create a lesson! This session participants will create a lesson that uses a book from the epic app that aligns to PE and/or health standards.

For additional CEUs, participants can continue to build technology and literacy skills by opting to join the move to a book online forum. This will allow participants to upload lesson to a digital folder for others to use, teach the lesson, post a reflection, and to respond to other participants posts.

Saturday October 26, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Conference 1