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The SHAPE America Podcast, hosted by Matt Pomeroy, Collin Brooks, and Stephanie Sandino, is here to bring you monthly professional development wherever you take your mobile device or computer. This one stop monthly professional development tool features interviews with SHAPE America Teachers of the Year and other physical education champions discussing relevant health and physical education topics. The goals of this podcast are to provide you with tips from leaders in our community, challenge your thinking, allow you to discuss important issues, and give you new ideas to try within your classes. The podcast brings the best teachers to you, where you love listening the most - in the car, on a run, biking or while cleaning the house.

The SHAPE America Podcast, hosted by Matt Pomeroy, Collin Brooks, and Stephanie Sandino, is here to bring you monthly professional development wherever you take your mobile device or computer. This one stop monthly professional development tool features interviews with SHAPE America Teachers of the Year and other physical education champions discussing relevant health and physical education topics. The goals of this podcast are to provide you with tips from leaders in our community, challenge your thinking, allow you to discuss important issues, and give you new ideas to try within your classes. The podcast brings the best teachers to you, where you love listening the most - in the car, on a run, biking or while cleaning the house.
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The SHAPE America Podcast, hosted by Matt Pomeroy, Collin Brooks, and Stephanie Sandino, is here to bring you monthly professional development wherever you take your mobile device or computer. This one stop monthly professional development tool features interviews with SHAPE America Teachers of the Year and other physical education champions discussing relevant health and physical education topics. The goals of this podcast are to provide you with tips from leaders in our community, challenge your thinking, allow you to discuss important issues, and give you new ideas to try within your classes. The podcast brings the best teachers to you, where you love listening the most - in the car, on a run, biking or while cleaning the house.

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Episodes

Episode 121: Health Literacy/Sudden Cardiac Arrest

10/18/2018
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In this episode, podcast co-host Stephanie Sandino interviews Martha Lopez-Anderson, executive director of Parent Heart Watch. This national organization helps communities understand the true incidence of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in youth, appraise risk factors, access preventative health care, apply life-saving skills, and advocate for sudden cardiac arrest prevention practices wherever youth congregate. PE/health educator Kyle Pryor also joins the podcast to discuss his participation...

Duration:00:42:43

Episode 120: Classroom Management at the Elementary, Middle and High School Level

9/21/2018
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In this episode, we're joined by three dynamic PE teachers representing different grade levels: MIchael Morris (elementary); Mark Foellmer (middle school); and Jo Baily (high school). Whether this is your first year teaching or your umpteenth year in the profession, you'll learn some new tricks during this podcast to help with classroom management. Key takeaways include: • Examples of daily classroom routines that have been proven to work; • Tips for implementing positive incentives and...

Duration:00:40:05

Episode 119: Preservice Teacher Q&A With Judy LoBianco

9/7/2018
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If you are a preservice teacher, you won’t want to miss this episode! Listen in as podcast co-host Collin Brooks and a class of preservice teachers interview SHAPE America President Judy LoBianco. Key takeaways include: • Advice on preparing for your first job in health education or physical education; • Insight about what physical education administrators look for when interviewing candidates; • Tips on how to become an advocate for your profession.

Duration:00:18:41

Episode 118: Physical Education Teacher Leadership

8/7/2018
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In this episode, Matt interviews physical educators Sarah Heidl and Stephanie Sandino. Listen in to learn how they got started in education, how they began their leadership journey, and how they got into leadership positions. Key takeaways include: • Insight about the different ways to enter leadership positions; • Examples of different leadership roles or opportunities for physical educators; • Tips on how you can find and get accepted into leadership positions; • Details about what...

Duration:00:46:38

Episode 117: Building an HPE Dynasty With Bob Pangrazi

7/24/2018
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The “Building an HPE Dynasty” series spotlights professionals within our field who have built a strong program from the ground up. In this episode, we’re joined by Bob Pangrazi, who worked with many physical educators to build a strong HPE program in Mesa, AZ. Bob has been an educator for more than 50 years. He began his career as a fifth-grade teacher and was a professor of physical education at Arizona State University for 32 years. Listen in as Bob shares his philosophy on physical...

Duration:01:09:32

Episode 116: Health Education Teacher Leadership

7/17/2018
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In this episode, we’re joined by two leaders in health education: Claudia Brown, president of the Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, and Jamie Sparks, SHAPE America president-elect. Listen in to learn how Claudia and Jamie got started in education, how they began their leadership journey, and how they got into leadership positions. Key takeaways include: • Insight about the different ways to enter leadership positions; • Examples of different...

Duration:00:36:57

Episode 114: Favorite Summer PD Options

7/2/2018
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For health and physical educators, summer is prime time for professional development! In this episode, Stephanie and Matt each share their Top 5 summer PD options. Learn about each and decide which ones are a good fit for your summer learning!

Duration:01:03:06

Episode 115: Reflections of a School Year

6/29/2018
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Summer is the perfect time for teachers to reflect on the previous academic year. In this episode, our podcast hosts each share three successes they had this year and three things they hope to improve next year. Listen in to hear reflections from health and physical educators — you just might relate!

Duration:01:12:19

Episode 39: Teacher Leadership in Physical Education

6/13/2018
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In this episode — which originally aired in November 2016 — we’re joined by Jessica Shawley, National Board Certified physical educator and 2012 SHAPE America National Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year. Listen in to learn about Jessica’s experience as a teacher leader and hear segments from her teacher leadership audio reflection journal. Key takeaways include: • Insight about the different roles a teacher leader can take on, and how to figure out which ones are best for...

Duration:00:57:09

Episode 113: Recess Tips and Strategies — Part 2

5/29/2018
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In this episode, we’re joined by Michelle Carter, SHAPE America senior program manager, and Dr. Shannon Michael, health scientist in the Division of Population Health, School Health Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Listen in to learn why recess is so important and how you can advocate for a recess program in your school. Key takeaways include: • The academic, physical and social-emotional benefits of recess; • Pros and cons for structured versus unstructured...

Duration:00:30:54

Episode 112: Recess Tips and Strategies — Part 1

5/29/2018
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In this episode, we’re joined by Michelle Carter, SHAPE America senior program manager, and Dr. Shannon Michael, health scientist in the Division of Population Health, School Health Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Listen in to learn why recess is so important and how you can advocate for a recess program in your school. Key takeaways include: • The academic, physical and social-emotional benefits of recess; • Pros and cons for structured versus unstructured...

Duration:00:25:14

Episode 111: Self-Care for Health & PE Professionals — Part 2

5/1/2018
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In this episode, more health and physical educators from across the country share their personal reflections on “self-care.” Listen in to gather tips and ideas that will help you on your self-care journey, including: • Negative signs that indicate it’s time to focus more on self-care; • Useful self-care methods and routines; • Learning to set limits for yourself when it comes to demands on your time, energy and intellect; • Individualized self-care tips and tools.

Duration:01:02:21

Episode 110: Self-Care for Health & PE Professionals — Part 1

5/1/2018
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In this episode, health and physical educators from across the country share their personal reflections on “self-care.” Listen in to gather tips and ideas that will help you on your self-care journey, including: • Negative signs that indicate it’s time to focus more on self-care; • Useful self-care methods and routines; • Learning to set limits for yourself when it comes to demands on your time, energy and intellect; • Individualized self-care tips and tools.

Duration:00:39:09

Episode 109: Grooving With Michelle Hillier - Part 2

4/24/2018
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Listen in as hosts Collin, Matt and Stephanie discuss “grooving” with Michelle Hillier, movement education author, thought leader, and educator. Be prepared to move and groove! You’ll also learn which dance concepts can be brought into the groove model; how to inspire students and educators to have a lifelong love for dance; ways to incorporate dance into your curriculum; and how dance/groove can help develop health and physical literacy. To get the full impact of this dance-focused...

Duration:00:27:45

Episode 108: Grooving With Michelle Hillier - Part 1

4/17/2018
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Listen in as hosts Collin, Matt and Stephanie discuss “grooving” with Michelle Hillier, movement education author, thought leader, and educator. Be prepared to move and groove! You’ll also learn which dance concepts can be brought into the groove model; how to inspire students and educators to have a lifelong love for dance; ways to incorporate dance into your curriculum; and how dance/groove can help develop health and physical literacy. To get the full impact of this dance-focused...

Duration:00:41:30

Episode 107: #SHAPENashville Reflections - Part 2

4/10/2018
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Listen as many health and physical educators reflect on their experiences at the SHAPE America National Convention in Nashville, TN.

Duration:00:33:42

Episode 106: #SHAPENashville Reflections - Part 1

4/10/2018
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Listen as many health and physical educators reflect on their experiences at the SHAPE America National Convention in Nashville, TN.

Duration:00:39:03

Episode 105: Nutrition Education

4/3/2018
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Listen in as our panel of teachers has a deep discussion about nutrition education in health and PE. Learn about the most relevant nutrition topics to teach; good pedagogy for teaching nutrition; technology tools; and ways to engage parents in nutrition education.

Duration:01:08:23

Episode 104: Live From #SHAPENashville — Day Three

3/23/2018
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Join Matt, Stephanie and Collin as they continue their live broadcasts from the exhibit hall at #SHAPENashville.

Duration:00:22:10

Episode 103: Advocacy @ #SHAPENashville

3/23/2018
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Stephanie and Matt interview SHAPE America Director of Public Policy and Advocacy Carly Wright, as well as Minnesota SHAPE Past President Mike Doyle and Minnesota Commissioner of Education Brenda Cassellius! We hear some really big news about ESSA and learn how to engage members of your state organization so they can advocate for ESSA as well.

Duration:00:15:03