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Developing Activity Habits in Physical Education – The Process of Movement Matters!
Speakers: Dr. Robert Pangrazi, Greg Dryer and Jordan Manley
Date: April 8, 2020
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CDT
Greg and Jordan place emphasis on teaching students “why” we do something in PE before we tell them “what” to do. Prepare for a Huddle that brings to life what many teachers talk about, but few do – motivate students to focus on the process of moving throughout their lifespan. Discussion will be centered on why physical activity is a habit that needs to be learned in the school setting and practiced throughout life. Traditional physical education has often focused on short term outcomes rather than monitoring the process of physical activity for all students. Join us as we discuss motivation, process outcomes, and activity time assessment as variables to help students develop lifetime activity habits. Prepare for a session that will make you a more effective teacher.
Greg Dryer Greg founded and is the Director of the Centre for Physical Education, Sport and Activity at Kingston University (CPESA) and Co-Founder of miMove. miMove is the world’s first app designed specifically for schools to help young people develop a physical activity habit. He is a highly experienced physical educator and critical thinker who has been lucky enough to work with pre-schoolers through to post-grads. He led PE departments in 3 London Schools, before moving into Health Education.
Jordan Manley Jordan Manley has taught Health and Physical Education at STEAM Academy in Lexington, KY for 6 years. Jordan earned his bachelor's degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion from the University of Kentucky and his master's degree in Teacher Leadership from the University of the Cumberlands.