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Friday, November 8
 

8:00am

Be Ready to Teach CPR/FA in your HS/Middle School Classrooms
This course will provide attendees with skills, knowledte, and background to successfully teach CPR/FA to middle and high school students. This will include CPR/First Aid Skills, skill cues to look for as an instructor, becoming an instructor with ECSI, and getting an education center for your school. Successful completion will lead to ECSI CPR/First Aid Certification. Dress comfortable to perform CPR skills. If you need CPR/First Aid Certification only, you may attend the first part of the class.

Presenters
avatar for Anna Devito

Anna Devito

Associate Professor HHP, Radford University


Friday November 8, 2019 8:00am - 11:50am
Mason

8:00am

City County Supervisors Meting
Friday November 8, 2019 8:00am - 11:50am
Henry

9:00am

RECFest 5.0 Tailgating on a Budget
Learn how to create and implement fun games for your students at little or no cost. Come join in on the fun.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 9:00am - 10:50am
Ballroom 3

9:00am

Strategies for Increasing Dance Programing in Virginia
This extended workshop is for physical educators and dance educators to come together to share and learn about practical ways that that college/university programming, state and national resources, and basic skills development supports opportunities for Dance in Broad Perspectivesand Dance for All. The session is divided into 3 sections: 1) A round table discussion of college/university dance programming and classes in Virginia; 2) Dance resources for anyone who needs ideas for teaching and promoting dance in the curriculum; and 3) Teaching about leadership skills through movement (dance).

VAHPERD sessions are co-sponsored with the National Dance Society

Presenters
avatar for Fran Meyer

Fran Meyer

Executive Director, National Dance Society
Dr. Fran Meyer currently serves as the executive director for the National Dance Society (NDS) and the Society of State Leaders of Health and Physical Education (SSLHPE). She also is Vice President of Operations for the International Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Dance... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2019 9:00am - 11:50am
Ballroom 4

9:00am

Sport Education: Empowering Your Students To Success
Participants will engage in a Badminton Sport Education season that promotes physical literacy, while maximizing student participation, engagement, empowerment and leadership. Participants will take away materials and resources, for life long activities and traditional sports, which can be put into action immediately. Sport Education in action! Follow up from this session with personal assistance in implementing your favorite sport education season.

Presenters
avatar for Charla Krahnke, MS

Charla Krahnke, MS

SCAPES Highlighted Speaker, National High School PE Teacher of the Year; Two Time State Championship Coach
Charla is the 2013 SHAPE America National High School Physical Education TOY, 2013 Southern District TOY and 2013 NCAAHPERD TOY. She is a National Board Certified Teacher with a BS in Health/Physical Education from East Carolina University and a Masters in Education/Exercise Science... Read More →



Friday November 8, 2019 9:00am - 11:50am
Ballroom 1

10:00am

Massage
Chair massage available on Friday between the hours of 10a-1230p and again from 2-5p.  Hands of Remedy Mobile Massage is EXCITED to see each of you once again!!!

Presenters
avatar for Kim Hieber

Kim Hieber

Hands of Remedy
Kim has been practicing massage therapy since 2001. After completing massage school, she went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion from Lynchburg College and received my Masters in Public Health from Liberty University. In addition, she is board certified through... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2019 10:00am - 12:30pm
Lobby

11:00am

Committee Meetings
Friday November 8, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Blair

12:00pm

Exhibits Opening Gala and Social
Friday November 8, 2019 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Ballroom 2

12:30pm

Opening Session
Presenters
KH

Kari Hampton

President, VAHPERD
avatar for Carly Wright

Carly Wright

Director of Advocacy, SHAPE America
Contact Details:Carly WrightSenior Manager of AdvocacySHAPE Americacwright@shapeamerica.orgTwitter: @CWrightHPE">Carly Wright is the Director, Public Policy & Advocacy for SHAPE America - the Society of Health and Physical Educators. Carly works on federal, state, and local initiatives... Read More →



Friday November 8, 2019 12:30pm - 1:50pm
Ballroom 3

12:30pm

Exhibits
Friday November 8, 2019 12:30pm - 5:00pm
Ballroom 2

2:00pm

College/University Roundtable
Our group will discuss topics of concern for our ongoing optimization of our degree programs. This is open to all college/university profeesors.

Presenters
HG

H. George Philippi, Jr

Assistant Professor, Radford University


Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Henry

2:00pm

SEL + HPE = health. moves. minds.
Learn more about health. moves. minds. a new service-learning program from SHAPE America focused on SEL and HPE. Get an in action look at how SEL competencies are embedded within HPE activities, as well as, how you can make the biggest impact to improve school wellness and help your students live their best lives emotionally and physically!

Presenters
avatar for Michelle Carter

Michelle Carter

Senior Program Manager, SHAPE America


Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Harrison

2:00pm

The Who, What, When, Where and Why of Cultural Dances of Ghana, West Africa
There is more to cultural dances than their beauty and performance. This session will break down the "Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of Cultural Dances of 2 of the 10 Regions of Ghana, an English speaking country that also maintains the 47 dialects of their local languages. Dances have gestures that have meanings. They tell a story or send a message to those who are viewing the dances. You will experience the "correct protocol" for performing to an audience, as you must acquire the respectful permission of the Elders present, as well as the Royalty, if any are present. This will be an exciting experience as the students will perform a cultural example and they you will LEARN a cultural dance.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Ballroom 4

2:00pm

Medical Advances of Cannabinoids
The history of cannabinoids in regards to medicine has been researched and what has been used in Canada, Europe, and the United States until today.

Presider
avatar for Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith

Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, University of Lynchburg

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Mason

2:00pm

Bounce Volleyball - A fun lead up game
Do you find it difficult to teach volleyball in a way it is fun and successful for beginner students? This game is simple and fun and was a big hit with all levels of abilities.

Presenters
avatar for Kim Davis/Carlee Shiflett

Kim Davis/Carlee Shiflett

HPE Teacher, Sutherland Middle School


Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Ballroom 3

2:00pm

Disability Days - How to set up a special day for all students to participate.
Attendees will see how to set up disability days so that all students understand the difficulties our special needs students face on a daily basis. Be prepared to participate and see how difficulty some physical education activities can be. See things through a different set of eyes.

Presenters
avatar for Jimmy Grassano

Jimmy Grassano

HPE Teacher
avatar for Tom Warren

Tom Warren

Physical Education Specialist, VBCPS Centerville Elementary


Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Ballroom 1

2:00pm

I Can Move: Strategies for Getting Children with Disabilities Ready to Move
Learn how to prepare students with disability to fully engage in your physical education setting. During this session, I will discuss obstacles that inhibit successful participation in physical activity for students with disabilities. I will then provide strategies that are considered “best practice” to help children with disabilities to successfully participate in and physical education and recreation environments. Lastly, I will provide suggestions of simple adaptations that can be used to promote successful participation and improve motor skill performance in children with disabilities.

Presenters
RM

Robert Mages

APE Teacher, VBCPS



Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Lee

2:00pm

Lacrosse: The fastest game on two feet
This session will provide information on how to throw, catch, ground balls, and basic defense. Participants will also learn fun stick tricks and how to play speed lax.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Franklin

2:00pm

Learn, move, have fun!
Looking for new and engaging ways to teach health and nutrition content in your class? This session is for you! We will provide a recommended class structure designed to increase student buy-in, creative assessment ideas, and many dynamic activities linked to SOL standards. Come to our session and learn how to effectively teach the health and anatomy standards while still maximizing student enjoyment at the same time!

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Madison

2:00pm

School of Rock…Climbing: How to ‘Rock’ Your Traverse Wall
Get the most out of your climbing wall! Learn climbing wall best practices, including climbing techniques, safety and risk management protocols and strategies to maximize moderate-to-vigorous physical activity. Participants will be introduced to a variety of dynamic climbing wall activities that help develop physical, social-emotional and cognitive skills. The session ends with an opportunity to share ideas and ask questions. Leave inspired and equipped with practices and activities that can be put to immediate use!

Presenters
KS

Kevin Sudeith

Everlast Climbing


Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Thomas Jefferson

2:00pm

Student Interviews
Preparing for the real thing? A mock interview helps you learn how to answer difficult questions, develop interview strategies, improve your communication skills and reduce your stress before an actual job interview.


Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 3:50pm
Wythe, Braxton, Nelson

2:00pm

Massage
Presenters
avatar for Kim Hieber

Kim Hieber

Hands of Remedy
Kim has been practicing massage therapy since 2001. After completing massage school, she went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion from Lynchburg College and received my Masters in Public Health from Liberty University. In addition, she is board certified through... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2019 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Lobby

3:00pm

How to Fund an Arts in Education African Diaspora Dance Experience for k-12 Teachers and Students
This session will discuss how an Arts-in-Education dance residency through the Virginia Commission for the Arts can provide k-12 teachers and students with an African Diaspora Dance Experience that meets several standards of learning. Participants will be provided with examples of how the residency addresses several standards of learning, the requirements to apply for the residency, components of the residency, various structures of the residency, and a movement experience.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Ballroom 4

3:00pm

CANCELLED Blended Learning in the Health Education Setting Why?
Blended learning combines technology and in-person teacher interaction in the classroom. There are many kinds of blends, BUT there is agreement on one vital piece. Technology is part of the 21st century classroom experience. In this session you will see how Blended Learning works in school health education class, the importance of technology and tips to get started with Blended Learning and implementing the learning strategy in your own classroom.

Presenters
PL

Patricia Larsen

Past President, VAHPERD


Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Lee

3:00pm

ACTION! Team Games
Action packed non-traditional activities are sure to keep your students constantly moving, strategizing, and working together.  These games are teacher friendly and all-inclusive with the best Only from Gopher equipment.  Join us for these one of a kind activity ideas

Presenters
avatar for Scott Roy

Scott Roy

Senior Sales Representative, Gopher Sport


Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Madison

3:00pm

Elementary APE Modified Written Cognitive Assessment Bank
In this presentation educators will explore the Elementary APE Modified Written Assessment Bank. This resource includes a variety of examples to guide you in the development of assessments for students who may need modified materials in order to demonstrate their knowledge. Tools consist of modified written assessments created and edited by a committee of elementary PE and itinerant APE teachers in FCPS. Modified written assessments have been divided by grade level and include cognitive standards for each grade level taken from current FCPS curriculum resources and documents. The Tier 2 assessments provided are more rigorous than the Tier 3 assessments provided.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Mason

3:00pm

Fast & Furious Fitness: Instant activities to get everyone moving
In this session participants will learn hands-on warm-up and fitness activities for teaching various fitness components such as: aerobic endurance; flexibility; and muscular strength & endurance. Participants learn how to intrinsically motivate students to move and participate, as well as how to develop self-responsibility toward fitness. Most of the activities presented can be done in small or large groups and involve students in social/emotional skills such as cooperation, communication, and problem-solving.

Presenters


Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Ballroom 1

3:00pm

Implementing Technology in the Gym
"Implementing Technology in the Gym" is an informational presentation where educators will be introduced to effective ideas and resources to using technology to complete assignments while in the gym.  

In my Physical education classes, I use technology to complete every assignment outside of physical activity.  Some of the benefits of using technology in the classroom include: quicker way to check for understanding from lesson being taught, assignments are graded immediately which means instant feedback to the learners, students can make up assignments when they are absent and students can make corrections and complete unfinished assignments at home or in their free time.  

I firmly beleive if you use technology the right way in the gym, your teaching life will become easier and student learning will increase across the floor.  Come and check out "Implementing Technology in the Gym" and take away some valuable ideas for using technology in your Health and Physical Education class.  

Presenters
RR

Roderick Ray

Teacher, Heritage High School


Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Harrison

3:00pm

Tactical Approach in Physical Education
The aim of this session is to provide activities regarding tactical approach in physical education. Attendees will participate and experience regarding several key components of tactical approach. This approach allows learners to learn through several steps; (1) modified games (Game 1), (2) problem-solving skills and performance (Q & A), (3) practice conditions, and (4) next level games (Game 2; to see student's improvement). Additionally, this presentation will discuss regarding the effectiveness of a tactical game approach and how teachers or practitioners use this model appropriately in physical education or activity settings.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Franklin

3:00pm

Teacher-Leader Cohort Panel Discussion
This panel discussion is intended to develop a teacher-leader cohort of professionals who can share their skills statewide. There currently is a great deal of sharing on Twitter and through google drive but no time for face-to-face collaboration. Teachers who are interested in sharing their skills and content knowledge can meet to begin organizing ways to share their expertise in a more organized fashion. This would benefit teachers and school divisions of all sizes and will allow those with specialized training to help teachers whose division may not provide adequate curriculum and/or professional development opportunities.

Presenters
avatar for Tom Warren

Tom Warren

Physical Education Specialist, VBCPS Centerville Elementary
avatar for Eric Turrill

Eric Turrill

Physical Educator, Round Hill Elementary
Mr. Eric Turrill is the Round Hill Elementary Physical Education Specialist // 2008 VAHPERD Elem. TOY // Twitter: @RHEPE1 //YouTube: bit.ly/RHEPEYouTube // #ESPEchat #PhysEd #pegeeks ‪#STEMintheGym


Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Thomas Jefferson

3:00pm

Utilizing the Voices of Individuals with Disabilities to Inform Teaching Practices
This presentation in intended to stimulate in-service and pre-service teachers' thought processes when teaching students with disabilities in integrated contexts. The presenter will begin by discussing the difference between an integrated context and inclusive philosophy. Following, the presenter will display quotes from individuals with disabilities about their physical education experiences, and challenge participants to consider their practices and how common teaching behavior may inform the experiences of those with disabilities.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Henry

3:00pm

4:00pm

Before the Boogie
Health and Physical Educators know that DANCE involves physical activity and consequently provides health benefits for lifelong well-being.  The students who love to dance are ready, willing and able to step up to center stage and reap those fitness benefits… but what about our wallflowers who are glued to the back?  Join Stevie Gray (Henrico County Health and Physical Educator K-5) as he breaks down activities, strategies, tricks and techniques to help students gain confidence in moving to rhythms and expressions of bodily movement BEFORE the dancing begins.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Ballroom 4

4:00pm

"Nite, Nite... Say Your Prayers...I'm Okay!"
Stress can have significant physical, mental and emotional health consequences. While stress is unavoidable, there are ways that it can be managed. This presentation will provide participants with strategies to help them manage stress.

Presenters
LC

Leslie Crocker

Department Chair, Virginia State University


Friday November 8, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Mason

4:00pm

Brain Game: Integrating Brain Regions into PE
The human brain has the consistency of mashed potatoes in a bowl of Jello. Despite its apparent fragility, It is a complex organ that controls almost all physical and mental thoughts and actions. In the Physical Education classroom, students grades 3 and up have the opportunity to literally light it up! Through a series of active learning stations, students will travel through the different lobes and regions of the brain, participating in a variety of activities that bring the brain to life.

Presenters
MM

Maria McKeown

Physical Educator, Roanoke County Public Schools
I love teaching PE and making wellness relevant and accessible. I bring in a great deal of cross curricular lessons, incorporate sensory activities and strive to bring unique experiences to my students. Being involved in VAHPERD has made me a better professional and introduced me... Read More →



Friday November 8, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Franklin

4:00pm

Heart Day- How to have a fun filled day all about the cardio-respiratory system
This presentation will provide a guide on how to implement a Heart Day into your program. This includes ways to set up your gym like the cardio-respiratory system using the equipment you already have and different hands on activities to supplement the heart day course. We will also discuss different ways to collaborate with other specialist in your building

Presenters
JP

Joshua Panko

HPE Teacher, Virginia Beach City Public Schools


Friday November 8, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Thomas Jefferson

4:00pm

Helping students be successful by giving the RIGHT feedback
One goal when teaching a movement is to help our students be successful when performing the movement. Knowing what and how to observe skills can be a daunting task. This presentation will focus on object control skills (throwing, catching, kicking, dribbling, etc.) and learning what to observe to differentiate feedback to students.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Harrison

4:00pm

How to Utilize GIFs and Visuals in Physical Education
In this session you will experience how to utilize visuals in your Physical Education class to maximize your teaching effectiveness, time and the students understanding of the lessons material. We will explore PowerPoint, DMD vClone, PhotoGrid, Loopideo, Video Delay Instant Replay, & Plickers.
When you leave this session, you will walk away with an exercise visual that you will have created that you will be able to use during your next Physical Education class.

Go to http://bit.ly/2Sae22E, to access the Google Drive with all of this sessions materials. In this drive, you will see templates of all our visuals that you can edit/alter to fit the needs of your students or you can use the videos we use with our students. These videos are also located in the drive, plus you can access them on our YouTube Channel: RHEPE.


Presenters
avatar for Eric Turrill

Eric Turrill

Physical Educator, Round Hill Elementary
Mr. Eric Turrill is the Round Hill Elementary Physical Education Specialist // 2008 VAHPERD Elem. TOY // Twitter: @RHEPE1 //YouTube: bit.ly/RHEPEYouTube // #ESPEchat #PhysEd #pegeeks ‪#STEMintheGym


Friday November 8, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Henry

4:00pm

Integrating Social and Emotional Learning into Physical Education
Physical education is a natural environment for teaching and reinforcing social emotional learning (SEL) skills. You'll walk away from this session with strategies for integrating SEL concepts into your lesson plans as well as activities that provide opportunities for students to learn and practice using these skills. We'll explore the components of SEL and help you align SEL standards with your curriculum. Come learn how to create a positive learning environment in your class!

Presenters
avatar for Mike Smith

Mike Smith

Mike Smith is currently the SME (Subject Matter Expert) for School Specialty. His past experiences include being part of the Physical Education CADRE for the Colorado Department of Education and Wellrain, as well as, an OPEN National Trainer for US Games. He has presented over 120... Read More →



Friday November 8, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Madison

4:00pm

Define Your Play 2
As physical educators, we are accustomed to touting the benefits to students about benefits from activity that is physical in nature. Play is good and fun. We need to spread this word beyond the schools and out into the communities we live and serve. Research has shown that in children, play allows neural- somatic connections to further develop and allow child-adolescent-adult development of movement patterns to more fully utilize physical movements that have become successful. This successful movement is interpreted as pleasurable due to repetitious practice honing the capacity to move well in producing the expected outcome. The implication, we do what we have success with and can replicate reliably. Our growth and survivorship depend on a vast array of movement capabilities. Shouldn't our declining years also demand our efforts to maintain our movement capabilities with a return to play to produce a similar success for life?

Presenters
HG

H. George Philippi, Jr

Assistant Professor, Radford University


Friday November 8, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Lee

4:00pm

Superstars
Colleges/University students compete in Minute-To-Win-It games to become the superstar champions.

Presenters

Friday November 8, 2019 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Ballroom 3

5:00pm

Dinner on Your Own
Friday November 8, 2019 5:00pm - 7:30pm

6:45pm

TOP Golf
Come join the Recreation, Sport and Leisure Division at TopGolf in Virginia Beach.  We will be playing games and networking.  There will be lots of food an fun included with the $30 fee (over $50 value). This is event is limited to 42 participants. Dont miss out on this wonderful opportunity.  For more information on TopGolf visit https://topgolf.com/us/play/games/


Presenters
avatar for Mark Brandenburger

Mark Brandenburger

Specialist, Henrico County Public Schools


Friday November 8, 2019 6:45pm - 9:00pm
 
Saturday, November 9
 

8:00am

Integrating Dance into other Curriculum Areas
The concept of integrating dance, and the other arts, into the broader school curriculum is not new. However, a new cycle is emerging as more data and clearer understanding are available. Learn about fun ways to engage students at any level.

VAHPERD sessions are co-sponsored with the National Dance Society


Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am
Ballroom 4

8:00am

"Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable in Teaching and Coaching"
A presentation for teachers and coaches from elementary to collegiate. The mental preparation and flexibility required for consistent performance in teaching today's millennials and Generation Z will be discussed.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am
Henry

8:00am

CANCELLED Lifelong Fitness Formula = PBL + HPE
Project-based learning is the most authentic educational experience fostering the empowerment of students to guide their exploration of content, based on their interests. In the area of Health & Physical Education, we are fortunate to already, by nature, simulate real-life situations. Many educational institutions are embracing project-based learning, however, not all teachers are convinced of the benefits. Understanding PBL is the first step. This presentation is an opportunity for educators to fully understand, discuss misconceptions, peruse examples, and plan their implementation of PBL in their Health & Physical Education classrooms. The VDOE is supporting the movement toward integration of PBL methodology into all classrooms so Health and Physical Education should be ahead of the game.

Presenters
avatar for Tara Gable

Tara Gable

HPE Teacher & PBL Facilitator, Eagle Tech @ Franklin County High School
Tara is excited to be starting her 17th year teaching Health & Physical Education. She is privileged to work with a school family that supports its staffulty and embraces HPE as an integral part of educating the whole child. Tara has been Franklin County High School Teacher of the... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am
Hunt

8:00am

Ending Childhood Hunger in Virginia
Health, physical education, recreation, and dance instructors are natural champions for combating food insecurity and increasing meal access in schools and communities. Without complete nutrition, students cannot make choices toward healthy and fulfilling lives. Access to and availability of quality, nutritious meals are as important as any other school supplies. You can end childhood hunger by supporting your school cafeteria and nutrition program.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am
Mason

8:00am

Health: 10 Ways to Motivate and Activate Learning
Join SHAPE America's 2016 Southern District Health Teacher of the Year and G-W Health Education Content Specialist, Mary McCarley, as she shares skills-based activities, assessments, and strategies that introduce a lesson and motivate students. Teachers will leave with 10 new activities, an up-to-date skills-based health textbook, and online health education resources.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am
Thomas Jefferson

8:00am

Camouflaging Academics into PE: Move their Bodies, Grow their Brains!
This highly interactive session will provide teachers with great activities that are designed to incorporate movement, physical skill development, and academic content into your physical education classroom. Attendees will leave with ample movement activities and ideas that can be implemented right away to engage students as well as support academics.

Presenters
avatar for Mike Morris

Mike Morris

Elementary Physical Education, Baskerville Elementary School & Red Oak Elementary School
Mike Morris is an energetic, elementary physical education teacher from Rocky Mount, North Carolina. He currently teaches at Baskerville Elementary School and Red Oak Elementary School. His passion includes sharing ideas with others, creating new and innovative physical education... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am
Ballroom 1

8:00am

Foam Coated Ball Skills and Modified Game Play (K-12)
ATTENDEES WILL PARTICIPATE AND LEARN SKILLS/MODIFIED GAMES THAT CAN BE PLAYED INDOOR/OUTDOOR WITH LITTLE SPACE/EQUIPMENT.  All attendees will be offered a free equipment sample

Presenters
avatar for Jerry Honeycutt, BS

Jerry Honeycutt, BS

South Carolina, South Carolina Middle School PE TOY; South Carolina High School PE TOY; State Champion Coach
Jerry Honeycutt has 24 years of teaching experience. He was the 2016 South Carolina Middle School PE TOY and 2012 SC High School PE TOY. Jerry excels as a teacher and coach: 4A state champs in football (2004/2002) and in wrestling (2000).



Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am
Franklin

8:00am

Hoops, Hoops, and More Hoops!
Looking for alternative uses for the hula-hoops? This presentation will overview hula-hoop activities focused on; agility, strength, balance, hand-eye coordination, reaction time, isometric force, communication, timing and coordination. Additionally, discrete hoop tasks will be introduced. Session attendees will have opportunities to participate in a variety of hula-hoop tasks focused on providing creative, nonstop action and fun.



Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am
Madison

8:00am

ROCKS: An invasion game for secondary physical education.
Cooperation and competition meet in this invasion game that comes from capture the flag and can be played in several different ways with many variations. These variations will be explained and demonstrated by Longwood University undergraduate HPEP majors. ROCKS is an excellent game to maximize MVPA as well as teach skills and tactics for use in other invasion games. ROCKS can be used with small and large classes. Students will present a lead-up game, a running version, passing version, a multiple-team version, and a scoring version.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:50am
Harrison

8:00am

8:00am

Exhibits
Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 3:00pm
Ballroom 2

9:00am

WHAT IS GAME ON!
We deliver AWESOME through Fitness, Friendship and Fun.  Our Motto is Work Hard, Play Harder! We inspire and motivate students to use their Awesomeness to help their school as we provide American Ninja Warrior Equipment to your Physical Education Department.  Our team will do 90% of the work and your PE department will keep 40% of the funds raised.  Come to our session to learn how your school can earn a check for $2000 when we show up for your Game On kickoff assembly.

Presenters
DS

Dave Strauss

Founding Partner, Step It Up Kids


Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Nelson

9:00am

How to Fund an Arts in Education African Diaspora Dance Experience for k-12 Teachers and Students
This session will discuss how an Arts-in-Education dance residency through the Virginia Commission for the Arts can provide k-12 teachers and students with an African Diaspora Dance Experience that meets several standards of learning. Participants will be provided with examples of how the residency addresses several standards of learning, the requirements to apply for the residency, components of the residency, various structures of the residency, and a movement experience.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Ballroom 4

9:00am

CANCELLED Mindfulness Matters
Presenters
PK

Patti Keefe

Teacher, Charles City County
Passionate about health, family life, adapted and physical education!!!


Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Thomas Jefferson

9:00am

Educational Technology Tools for 21st Century Learners
This presentation will highlight innovative technology tools and resources that can help educate 21st century learners. The tools highlighted will help build creative, collaborative, critical thinkers who can communicate with their teachers and peers. The tools shared will help teachers make lessons interesting and engaging, while helping your students build memorable projects.

Presenters
avatar for Megan McCollom

Megan McCollom

DAPE, MNSHAPE
Megan taught DAPE full-time for four years in the Robbinsdale Area Schools.  Megan graduated with two Bachelor's Degrees from St. Cloud State where she had the opportunity to complete field experience hours in Health, Physical Education, and DAPE in numerous settings at all different... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Mason

9:00am

10 Ways to Create a Skills-Based Health Classroom
Join SHAPE America’s 2016 Southern District Health Teacher of the Year and Health Education Content Specialist with Goodheart-Willcox, Mary McCarley, as she shares skills-based health education assessments and activities. Teachers will leave with 10 or more new skills-based activities and assessments for their teacher toolbox, an up-to-date skills-based textbook, and online access to more skills-based resources.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Henry

9:00am

ARE YOU READY FOR A MISSION IMPOSSIBLE COOPERATIVE GAME?
ATTENDEES WILL PARTICIPATE IN TEAMS, WHILE CROSSING A MINE FIELD AND COMPLETING 5 LEVELS.

Presenters
avatar for Jerry Honeycutt, BS

Jerry Honeycutt, BS

South Carolina, South Carolina Middle School PE TOY; South Carolina High School PE TOY; State Champion Coach
Jerry Honeycutt has 24 years of teaching experience. He was the 2016 South Carolina Middle School PE TOY and 2012 SC High School PE TOY. Jerry excels as a teacher and coach: 4A state champs in football (2004/2002) and in wrestling (2000).



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Ballroom 1

9:00am

Climb On! How to Bring Rock Climbing to Your School
Learn about the many benefits of rock climbing, including how climbing can improve physical fitness levels while also developing cognitive and social-emotional skills. Discover the many different wall options available and the step-by-step process of securing a climbing wall. Safety and risk management protocols and fun climbing wall activities are also discussed. Participants will leave inspired and equipped with resources that will inform and support a planning process for acquiring a climbing wall.

Presenters
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Kevin Sudeith

Everlast Climbing


Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Blair

9:00am

Health is WELLth- Data Makes Cents
Do you want your students to take their fitness and wellness data to another level? Students go on a webquest to explore what "adulting" is like by using data from their health logs to fitness tracking devices, such as pedometers , and earn virtual money. They rent an apartment, pay utilities, buy a car, plan a trip etc.with the money they have earned with their collected data.This gives students an introduction into personal finance.



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Hunt

9:00am

I Can Play: Adaptations to Promote Students with Disabilities Engagement and Inclusion in Large and Small Group Games and Activities
Learn how to organize large group activities to promote the inclusion and successful participation of students with disabilities. Learn how to modify and differentiate large group activities and modified games to meet the diverse needs of students with and without disabilities and create meaningful learning opportunities. During this session, attendees will participate in several large group and small group activities and learn how make these activities more accessible and inclusive to students with a diverse range of abilities.

Presenters
RM

Robert Mages

APE Teacher, VBCPS



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Harrison

9:00am

Instant Activities and Fitness Fun
In this session, teachers will learn how to get students moving from the minute they walk in the door till the moment they leave! High intensity purposeful movement for the elementary physical education class.

Presenters
avatar for Lynn Hefele

Lynn Hefele

SCAPES Highlighted Speaker, LEPEinc.
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. Lynn is retired from teaching in the Huntington Union Free School District in Huntington, New York. A graduate of Springfield... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Franklin

9:00am

STEM in Physical Education
Physical Education is an ideal platform to compliment STEM education. This presentation will provide participants hands on experience with STEM in Physical Education and SPORT specific technologies and lessons that are cross-curricular, standards, based, and exciting for both students and teachers. An overview of two STEM in physical education initiatives will be provided. This session will allow participants to explore ways their current practice already includes STEM content and the importance of highlighting our strengths as physical education teachers within the schools.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Madison

9:00am

Ultimate Disc: Tools for Learning
Come join the 2013 National High School TOY for a fun standards-based Ultimate Disc Session, including the Middle School OPEN Ultimate Disc Module. This session will include fitness, assessments, Social Emotional Learning and practice with a purpose drills. Fitness and fun combined in one! Ready to use activities for large groups and assessments. Participants will take away information, which can be put into action immediately as well as to be offered ongoing assistance after the session.

Presenters
avatar for Charla Krahnke, MS

Charla Krahnke, MS

SCAPES Highlighted Speaker, National High School PE Teacher of the Year; Two Time State Championship Coach
Charla is the 2013 SHAPE America National High School Physical Education TOY, 2013 Southern District TOY and 2013 NCAAHPERD TOY. She is a National Board Certified Teacher with a BS in Health/Physical Education from East Carolina University and a Masters in Education/Exercise Science... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Ballroom 3

10:00am

WHAT IS GAME ON!
We deliver AWESOME through Fitness, Friendship and Fun.  Our Motto is Work Hard, Play Harder! We inspire and motivate students to use their Awesomeness to help their school as we provide American Ninja Warrior Equipment to your Physical Education Department.  Our team will do 90% of the work and your PE department will keep 40% of the funds raised.  Come to our session to learn how your school can earn a check for $2000 when we show up for your Game On kickoff assembly.

Presenters
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Dave Strauss

Founding Partner, Step It Up Kids


Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Nelson

10:00am

Dancing Classrooms - Hand in Hand Humanity
Dancing Classrooms is a social and cultural development program for 5th and 8th graders. Utilizing Teaching Artists trained in the internationally recognized, evidence-based Dancing Classrooms curriculum, students learn essential life skills through the practice of ballroom dancing. Dancing Classrooms envisions “schools and communities where every child is connected, respected and provided a safe environment in which to thrive.” Our proprietary program develops the best of what academics call Social Emotional Learning or SEL, life skills like motivation, grit, connection and listening that help us relate, interact and advance as respectful, empathetic human beings in a coarsening world.

Presenters
avatar for Mariya Vysotskaya

Mariya Vysotskaya

Executive Director, Dancing Classrooms Greater Richmond
Mariya Vysotskaya is a champion professional ballroom dancer, instructor, coach and social entrepreneur. She is the founder and Executive Director of Dancing Classrooms Greater Richmond, which has taught thousands of young people the value of teamwork and discipline as they learn... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Ballroom 4

10:00am

CANCELLED Put The T In My Activities
Technology is here to stay. Using electronic devices that are great and fun in the physical education classes and for those who are looking to incorporate exercise into a daily routine.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Franklin

10:00am

From Tennis Shoes to Ties: Professional Development and Preparation for College Students
Students from Virginia State University will discuss their professional preparation for field placement and practicum experiences with major corporations such as NASCAR, the Richmond Flying Squirrels, recreation and health agencies, school divisions, businesses, and professional sport organizations. Further, they will discuss the Annual Sport Management Symposium and how networking has helped current students and alumni to secure internships, jobs, and other opportunities in diverse professional and collegiate sport environments.


Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Blair

10:00am

CANCELLED - Getting Your Game On: How Physical Education Teachers Can Step Into Leadership to Create Successful School Wellness Programs
As learning communities move toward creating healthy and active schools through the WSCC model and the Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program (CSPAP), a more unified and collaborative approach is critical for sustainable, systems level change. Attend this workshop to learn how physical education teachers can utilize AFHK's Game On program to expand opportunities for leadership and advocacy around school wellness, and walk away with best practice strategies to implement in your own school or district.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Mason

10:00am

VDOE Health SOL Review
Session is designed to share the work of the Health SOL Review Committee and collect feedback on the proposed changes for 2020. SOL revision goals included scaffolding the learning of health content in a more consistent manner and taking a closer look at mental health instruction, while adding topics to address new requirements mandated by the Virginia General Assembly. Review committee leaders will provide an overview of each topic and highlight the proposed changes and rationales. Participants will have the opportunity to provide relevant feedback for consideration.

Presenters
avatar for Sheila Jones

Sheila Jones

Coordinator, K-12 Health & PE, Virginia Beach City Public Schools
Follow me on Twitter @SheilaVBHPE


Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Thomas Jefferson

10:00am

Building Unity into your Classroom
Ever find it challenging trying to get your students to work together in your gymnasium? Come work with your colleagues on some classic, high-yield strategies that build cooperation and unity among your students starting with the first day of school! These tried and true activities are guaranteed to push your students to communicate, problem-solve, and use critical thinking skills while being active and having some fun!

Presenters
avatar for Ron Trainum

Ron Trainum

HPE teacher, Toano Middle School



Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Ballroom 1

10:00am

Learning Diversity through Traditional Games
This practical session is to provide hands-on experience for conference attendees with respect to traditional games in the U.S and Korea. In this session, there will be several activity stations, which consists of various traditional games in the U.S and Korea. Based on culturally-responsive curriculum, teachers and practitioners will have an important role in providing learning opportunities of cultural differences for their diverse learners. It is expected that audiences could have a meaningful experience and get some ideas for teaching diversity for their students in school and community settings.

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Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Harrison

10:00am

PE for ALL: Strategies to Create an Inclusive Environment
Would you like to learn how to create lessons that benefit ALL students? Join this session to learn how to create an inclusive environment with general and activity specific adaptations for skills, equipment and lead-up games, and how to actively engage all students in a general physical education setting. You will leave this session with a set of strategies that you can implement tomorrow.

Presenters
avatar for Mike Smith

Mike Smith

Mike Smith is currently the SME (Subject Matter Expert) for School Specialty. His past experiences include being part of the Physical Education CADRE for the Colorado Department of Education and Wellrain, as well as, an OPEN National Trainer for US Games. He has presented over 120... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Ballroom 3

10:00am

Self-Determination as a means for leadership and motivation of the athlete and coach
This presentation will utilize theory to provide a method of leadership to use in the classroom and in any athletic environment.

Presenters
avatar for Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith

Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, University of Lynchburg



Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Henry

10:00am

The PE Tackle Box: Fishing Activities to Improve Health
Get ready to hook into some great new ideas for your PE program! This session is meant to give elementary teachers activities in order to add fishing to their curriculum tackle box. Learn how to use common PE equipment to give students opportunities to land knowledge in the gym.  In addition to fishing, students will also learn ways to take care of their physical health.  Give your students some fresh activities about the components of fitness, nutrition, energy balance, and body systems.      

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Madison

10:00am

Massage
Chair massage will be available Saturday from 10a-1230p, then again from 2-4p.  Hands of Remedy Mobile Massage is excited to see each of you once again!

Presenters
avatar for Kim Hieber

Kim Hieber

Hands of Remedy
Kim has been practicing massage therapy since 2001. After completing massage school, she went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion from Lynchburg College and received my Masters in Public Health from Liberty University. In addition, she is board certified through... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 10:00am - 12:30pm
Lobby

11:00am

Yoga Power
The American Lung Association is proud to present Yoga Power, a school-based fundraising initiative that will help bring awareness to the importance of lung health to your school.

Yoga Power is a fun way for your children to show support for the fight against lung disease and to help promote healthy lungs. By practicing yoga, children can learn how to exercise, discover the power of their breath, develop confidence and strengthen the mind-body connection. Children enjoy amazing benefits from yoga both physically and mentally. Yoga Power includes education around the importance of proper lung health and will teach healthy breathing practices to every child.

Additionally, the Yoga Power program teaches the value of community service—by collecting donations, your child can raise awareness and vital funding to help those who are suffering from lung diseases such as asthma, lung cancer and emphysema.

Presenters
avatar for Dina Gordon

Dina Gordon

America Lung Association


Saturday November 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Nelson

11:00am

OPENPhysed K-12 Dance Party!
Setting the tone of your Physical Education class is important, getting your students mentally and physically ready for your lesson is crucial and making it an immense amount of fun is key! Join me in a session full of learning, sweat trophies and tons of dancing that everyone can do. All of the activities, academic language cards and assessments used in this session can be accessed through OPENPhysed.org for FREE! Get ready for a high energy dance party!

Presenters
avatar for Brandon Herwick

Brandon Herwick

OPEN National Trainer, OPENPhysed.org
Brandon Herwick started his career teaching at a charter school in Brooklyn and now teaches near his hometown in upstate NY.  He is an OPEN National Trainer and co-author of the OPENPhysed.org K-2, 3-5 and Middle School Dance Modules.  Brandon loves to share his passion for dance... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Ballroom 4

11:00am

College/University Quiz Bowl
The College/University Quiz Bowl returns for its 5th year. Students work in teams of two (a college may have no more than two teams) to answer health and physical education questions in a Kahoot format; 30 in health, 30 in physical educaiton. This is great preparation for the PRAXIS II.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Thomas Jefferson

11:00am

Health Project Based Learning
This presentation will demonstrate various project based learning activities for secondary school students.

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Courtney Dziagwa

HS HPE, Princess Anne HS


Saturday November 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Mason

11:00am

Just for 2: Partner Games for Any Size Group
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.

Presenters


Saturday November 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Ballroom 1

11:00am

RampShot- A Fun and Active Twist on Corn Hole!
RampShot is an exciting new yard game where players toss and/or catch for points, keeping all students active and engaged throughout the game! Participants will learn how to play and have a chance to compete against other PE teachers in this fun and active session. RampShot involves tossing, catching, hand-eye coordination and teamwork making it the perfect yard game for any PE program. With various ways to play, RampShot can be used for Middle School and High School students as well as in the Elementary Schools. Watch our “how to play” video and learn more at RampShot.com!

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Franklin

11:00am

Using Video Modeling to Provide Structure and Promote Independence in Adapted P.E.
At Forestdale Elementary in Fairfax County, we use video models to provide structure in our enhanced autism small group class, using them consistently has really worked wonders in our class. Students who once required a full physical prompt to perform the warm up exercises are now independently doing the whole routine. Link to the routine we use (we are also working on improving these videos over the summer: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVT2lhqLoAsKjyTIflZK40YW8tXzB50DC

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Madison

11:00am

WHAT DOES A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PE PROGRAM LOOK LIKE?
ATTENDEES WILL VIEW POWER POINTS AND VIDEOS OF LIVE CLASSES THAT DEMONSTRATE A TOP TIER PROGRAM.

Presenters
avatar for Jerry Honeycutt, BS

Jerry Honeycutt, BS

South Carolina, South Carolina Middle School PE TOY; South Carolina High School PE TOY; State Champion Coach
Jerry Honeycutt has 24 years of teaching experience. He was the 2016 South Carolina Middle School PE TOY and 2012 SC High School PE TOY. Jerry excels as a teacher and coach: 4A state champs in football (2004/2002) and in wrestling (2000).



Saturday November 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Blair

11:00am

Experience Speed Stacks - Skillastics: A Group Activity!
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

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Harrison

11:00am

11:45am

Lunch
Grab lunch and go to a Division Meeting

Saturday November 9, 2019 11:45am - 12:00pm
Lobby

12:00pm

Dance Division Meeting
Presenters
avatar for Jason Runk

Jason Runk

HPE Teacher, Kaechele Elementary


Saturday November 9, 2019 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Ballroom 4

12:00pm

General Division Meeting
Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Blair

12:00pm

Health Division Meeting
Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Mason

12:00pm

12:00pm

1:00pm

Yoga Power
The American Lung Association is proud to present Yoga Power, a school-based fundraising initiative that will help bring awareness to the importance of lung health to your school.

Yoga Power is a fun way for your children to show support for the fight against lung disease and to help promote healthy lungs. By practicing yoga, children can learn how to exercise, discover the power of their breath, develop confidence and strengthen the mind-body connection. Children enjoy amazing benefits from yoga both physically and mentally. Yoga Power includes education around the importance of proper lung health and will teach healthy breathing practices to every child.

Additionally, the Yoga Power program teaches the value of community service—by collecting donations, your child can raise awareness and vital funding to help those who are suffering from lung diseases such as asthma, lung cancer and emphysema.

Presenters
avatar for Dina Gordon

Dina Gordon

America Lung Association


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Nelson

1:00pm

OPENPhysed Dance Around the World!
As physical educators, one of our main objectives is to encourage students to use physical activities as vehicles for self-expression. The Hopi Indians tell us that “to watch us dance is to hear our hearts speak.” Although most of our students will never become performance artists, they will most certainly have the opportunity to dance during celebrations and social gatherings. This session is designed to help teachers plant seeds of expression and enjoyment, so students will have the skills and confidence to dance whenever a dance party presents itself.

Presenters
avatar for Brandon Herwick

Brandon Herwick

OPEN National Trainer, OPENPhysed.org
Brandon Herwick started his career teaching at a charter school in Brooklyn and now teaches near his hometown in upstate NY.  He is an OPEN National Trainer and co-author of the OPENPhysed.org K-2, 3-5 and Middle School Dance Modules.  Brandon loves to share his passion for dance... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Ballroom 4

1:00pm

How Do You Fuel Up to Play 60?
Come see and learn about Fuel Up to Play 60, America's largest in-school wellness program from a Fuel up To Play 60 Hall of Fame member and long time program advisor. Gain practical ways to implement this free program at your school. Find ways to allow your students to lead the way and provide healthy eating and physical activity opportunities for everyone at your school. Attendees will walk way excited and inspired to begin this program or deepen their engagement. This program takes on a life of its own once you begin including your students in the implementation process.

Presenters
avatar for Hugh Brockway

Hugh Brockway

PE Teacher



Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Henry

1:00pm

HEEAL IT Up: Student Health Advocate Program
The Health Equity Education and Leadership Program (HEEAL) IT Up was implemented in a Norfolk community to train students 12 - 18 years old to become the next generation of leaders in the neighborhood. Students were trained using the Project Share curriculum aims to build middle and high school students' skills to reduce health disparities at the personal, family and community level. The curriculum aligns with national health education standards and is used in diverse settings nationwide and consists of six modules. The curriculum consists of modules containing up to five lessons and is accompanied by experiential learning activities.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Mason

1:00pm

Implementing Technology in the Gym
"Implementing Technology in the Gym" is an informational presentation where educators will be introduced to effective ideas and resources to using technology to complete assignments while in the gym.  

In my Physical education classes, I use technology to complete every assignment outside of physical activity.  Some of the benefits of using technology in the classroom include: quicker way to check for understanding from lesson being taught, assignments are graded immediately which means instant feedback to the learners, students can make up assignments when they are absent and students can make corrections and complete unfinished assignments at home or in their free time.  

I firmly beleive if you use technology the right way in the gym, your teaching life will become easier and student learning will increase across the floor. Come and check out "Implementing Technology in the Gym" and take away some valuable ideas for using technology in your Health and Physical Education class.

Presenters
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Roderick Ray

Teacher, Heritage High School


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Franklin

1:00pm

Let's Go on an Adventure! Incorporate Technology with GooseChase
Experience a fun, new, and exciting take on classroom scavenger hunts using tech-based GooseChase! This mobile app is great for students, teachers, & administrators in experiential learning, PE & Health classes, or even PD. Briefly learn how to use the app and then PLAY! If time permits, we'll also go over how to create a hunt on the web platform and the cost of the service. Great for educators in grades 5-12 and higher education. A smart phone with the GooseChase app pre-downloaded (free on the app store) is highly recommend for this session.

Presenters
avatar for Jessica Bayliss

Jessica Bayliss

Health & Physical Education Teacher, Chesterfield County Public Schools
I'm a proud 2012 graduate of Radford University (Go Highlanders) and an avid sports enthusiast. I love football and soccer, but especially all things related to the Green Bay Packers. This will be my seventh year teaching health and physical education at the middle school level and... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Blair

1:00pm

OPEN The Possibilities to Secondary PE
OPEN The Possibilities to Secondary PE Attend this session ready to be actively engaged in activities aligned with SHAPE America’s National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes. Discover fun and easy methods to promote best practices and high quality physical education utilizing a free curriculum resource (OPENphysed.org). OPEN lessons incorporate content language, depth of knowledge questioning, and strategies for academic rigor.

Presenters
avatar for Charla Krahnke, MS

Charla Krahnke, MS

SCAPES Highlighted Speaker, National High School PE Teacher of the Year; Two Time State Championship Coach
Charla is the 2013 SHAPE America National High School Physical Education TOY, 2013 Southern District TOY and 2013 NCAAHPERD TOY. She is a National Board Certified Teacher with a BS in Health/Physical Education from East Carolina University and a Masters in Education/Exercise Science... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Ballroom 1

1:00pm

STEM integration in HPE
Learn different activities and methods for easy integration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) into an HPE program. See and try real activities, methods, games, and practical applications for adding STEM to your HPE program through daily lessons, stations, recess, and events.

Presenters
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Joshua Panko

HPE Teacher, Virginia Beach City Public Schools


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Madison

1:00pm

Take the LEPE
Reinvent how you teach PE by taking the LEPE into Literature Enhanced Physical Education. Learn how to motivate and educate your students through their imagination with fictional stories to introduce elementary PE units, physical activities that accompany the stories, assessments and cross-curricular connections.

Presenters
avatar for Lynn Hefele

Lynn Hefele

SCAPES Highlighted Speaker, LEPEinc.
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. Lynn is retired from teaching in the Huntington Union Free School District in Huntington, New York. A graduate of Springfield... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Harrison

1:00pm

1:00pm

Poster Presenations
Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 1:00pm - 2:50pm
Atrium

2:00pm

Move To The Beat!
What can you do to boost the morale of your students? That's easy, it is dancing with your students. Come join us as we learn dance steps and different ways to teach dance in your school. No prior dance experience needed. We will start with basic steps and groove into more intermediate and challenge yourself dance moves.

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Victor Spadaro

HPE Teacher, Arlington Public Schools


Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Ballroom 4

2:00pm

ARMY ROTC CADET RANKING DOES NOT IMPACT THEIR FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT PATTERN
Introduction: The Army Reserve Officer's Training Corps (AROTC) develops students to become effective leaders in both careers in the military and civilian sector. Cadets are classified based on college academic year. Year(s) 1=MS1; 2=MS2; 3=MS3. Functional Movement Screening (FMS) is used to identify imbalances in mobility and stability during seven fundamental movement patterns. Methods: 16 AROTC cadets (7 females; age 22 ± 3) volunteered for FMS. Screenings were performed by three trained individuals. A total score for each cadet was computed and derived from the 7 individual tests (ranges 1-3). A one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to determine differences between sex and cadet level. Alpha level was set a priori at p

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Henry

2:00pm

Delivering Tennis in any School Setting - Net Generation!
Our comprehensive curricula help teachers shape the game to meet individual student’s interest and skill levels so that they can advance at their own pace. All offerings meet Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) standards and grade-level outcomes and are broken down into lesson plans to easily deliver tennis in any and all school settings. In addition, the Net Generation equipment packs that are used by the instructor that will teach this course is available to all teachers for free when they sign up for a Net Generation account!

Presenters
avatar for Lindsey Keeler

Lindsey Keeler

Sr. Director, USTA Programs & Services, USTA Mid-Atlantic Section, Inc.
I work daily to keep his physically active through the sport of tennis. Our focus is on athletic and character development to ensure our organization's prime focus is on the kid's experience and progression. If you're interested in learning about how to incorporate tennis into your... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Harrison

2:00pm

Escape Room + Avengers + P.E.
This session will review, showcase, and practice the process of creating and implementing an Escape Room during Physical Education class!

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Franklin

2:00pm

Racket/Paddle Skills and Modified Game Play
ATTENDEES WILL PARTICIPATE AND LEARN SKILLS/MODIFIED GAMES THAT CAN BE PLAYED INDOOR/OUTDOOR WITH LITTLE SPACE/EQUIPMENT.

Presenters
avatar for Jerry Honeycutt, BS

Jerry Honeycutt, BS

South Carolina, South Carolina Middle School PE TOY; South Carolina High School PE TOY; State Champion Coach
Jerry Honeycutt has 24 years of teaching experience. He was the 2016 South Carolina Middle School PE TOY and 2012 SC High School PE TOY. Jerry excels as a teacher and coach: 4A state champs in football (2004/2002) and in wrestling (2000).



Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Madison

2:00pm

Tchoukball: A Team Sport for All Levels
Tchoukball is a totally different team sport. Each rule is carefully adapted to enhance challenging play within a totally non-contact framework. Teachers will learn how students from various skill levels and abilities can interact in a competitive team sport in a injury free, physically active environment

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Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Ballroom 3

2:00pm

Toolkit4pe - Make and Take Special Education Resources for the PE Classroom
Toolkit4pe.com was created to help connect with physical educators by sharing ideas, experiences, and special education strategies to support teaching students with varying abilities and to foster positive behavior in the physical education classroom. We unveiled our website at the 2019 International Symposium on Adapted Physical Activity in conjunction with a make and take visual support created by using a select few tools from the website resources. We would like to do the same at the vahperd state conference to reach more teachers and share the resources we so strongly believe in! Please check out our website and explore the number of resources we have!

Presenters
avatar for Alexandra  Levine

Alexandra Levine

PE/Adapted PE Teachers, Fairfax County Public Schools


Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Mason

2:00pm

Advanced Lesson into Sport Stacking: Let's Get Moving!
Activity session showcasing the ‘Sport’ of Sport Stacking. 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!

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Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Ballroom 1

2:00pm

Movement Makes Magic!
In this presentation I will go over the latest research, dangers and statistics children growing up in todays digital world face. We will then examine the benefits of Physical Activity as well as go over CDC and other recommendations and guidelines and close with a call to action for educators. High level overview of some benefits we will explore: Reduces health risks both in childhood and adulthood Improves ADHD Improves self-esteem Create healthier habits for a lifetime childhood to adulthood

Presenters
avatar for Sophia Wastler

Sophia Wastler

Founder/CEO, The Starz Program
I taught middle school Health and Physical Education for VBCPS for a number of years. I enjoyed it very much but realized we needed to teach children fundamental athletic skills at a much younger age so that by time they reached middle school they already had a base understand. These... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Blair

2:00pm

Representative Assembly
Presenters
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Kari Hampton

President, VAHPERD


Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 3:50pm
Thomas Jefferson

2:00pm

Masasge
Massage will be available in the lobby for a chair massage.

Presenters
avatar for Kim Hieber

Kim Hieber

Hands of Remedy
Kim has been practicing massage therapy since 2001. After completing massage school, she went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion from Lynchburg College and received my Masters in Public Health from Liberty University. In addition, she is board certified through... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Lobby

3:00pm

Chief Movement Officer Meet & Greet
This presentation is for those interested in joining the Virginia Chief Movement Officer Cadre. We will discuss next steps and procedures to get your school up and moving!! If you attended HPAI and registered your interest in our program please plan to attend. This session is open to ALL who are INTERESTED.

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RM

Ron Malm

COO, Focused Fitness
Ron is the implementation arm of Focused Fitness. An Elementary and Middle School Physical Education Teacher for over 10 years , Ron understood the need for quality physical education and co-wrote the Five for Life Program and designed WELNET. As skilled as he is at understanding... Read More →
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Jason Runk

HPE Teacher, Kaechele Elementary
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Amy Riggio

Health & Physical Education Teacher
2018 VAHPERD Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year2017-2019 Chief Movement Officer Cadre Trainer: Working within VA schools to create movement opportunities for students


Saturday November 9, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Mason

3:00pm

Teaching Babysitting/Childcare Skills during or after school.
Many of your students are currently babysitting for younger siblings or neighbors. Many of these babysitters have no formal training. With a babysitting class, you can provide your students with necessary basic child care information and skills and help them become responsible babysitters. You can also help prepare them for many situations that may arise wile caring for children. (American Academy of Pediatrics, 2016). Through this session you will learn about some Babysitting curriculums, some ways to teach the topics included in babysitting/child care curriculums using active learning, sample lesson plans, and information on how to start teaching babysitting as part of class, club, or after school activity at your school or in your community. Topics included in babysitting courses and ways to teach these to adolescents may include; Things to think about before you babysit, Ages and stages of children, Answering the phone while babysitting, Safety in the home, skills (diapering, discipline, preparing for bed, feeding, etc).

Presenters
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Anna Devito

Associate Professor HHP, Radford University


Saturday November 9, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Harrison

3:00pm

Applying Contact Theory Through Community-Based Experiences
This presentation will describe the impact of college student engagement in a physical activity program including students with identified disabilities. This session will describe the preliminary data regarding attitudes of college-age students toward judgment of their peers with disabilities.


Saturday November 9, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Henry

3:00pm

Sport Education Seasons - An Example for Novice Practitioners Interested in the Sport Education Model
During the last four years, the presenter of this session has continuously revised her undergraduate course that focuses on Siedentop’s Sport Education Model (SEM). After attending sessions and workshops on Gen-Z SEM, she replaced a lecture format with experiential learning that encompassed three modified SEM seasons. The health and physical education undergraduate students were assigned to teams, chose a team role, learned to officiate, enhanced their conflict resolution skills, and developed their playing skills in three different sports. At the end of the semester, students created their own 18-day SEM season. While exam grades remained constant under the new teaching methodology, students were more knowledgeable with regards to SEM implementation when presenting their final project to the class. Therefore, the purpose of this session is to share three different SEM curricular designs as a guide for individuals new to SEM who are interested in implementing the model in various settings.

Presenters

Saturday November 9, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Ballroom 1

3:00pm

What to do with bottle caps other than reduce and recycle.....
Learn how to utilize bottle caps to improve student learning in many different types of curriculum including health, fitness, and nutrition along with cross- curricular subjects, like math. Be prepared to move and participate in a variety of the activities in the motor skill development strand, while using bottle caps.

Presenters
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Jimmy Grassano

HPE Teacher
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Tom Warren

Physical Education Specialist, VBCPS Centerville Elementary


Saturday November 9, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Madison

3:00pm

CANCELLED - Self-Determination as a means for leadership and motivation of the athlete and coach
This presentation will utilize self-determination theory as a basis for improving leadership characteristics for coaches and providing a framework for improving motivation in both athletes and coaches in a positive and beneficial way.

Presenters
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Stephen Smith

Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, University of Lynchburg


Saturday November 9, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Franklin

3:00pm

Rehearse and Setup for Kaleidoscope
Presenters
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Jason Runk

HPE Teacher, Kaechele Elementary


Saturday November 9, 2019 3:00pm - 6:15pm
Ballroom 4

4:00pm

Awards Session
Presenters
KH

Kari Hampton

President, VAHPERD


Saturday November 9, 2019 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Ballroom 3

4:00pm

Children's Changing Room for Kaleidoscope
Saturday November 9, 2019 4:00pm - 7:45pm
Madison

4:00pm

Mens Changing Room for Kaleidoscope
Saturday November 9, 2019 4:00pm - 7:45pm
Franklin

4:00pm

Women's Changing Room for Kaleidoscope
Saturday November 9, 2019 4:00pm - 7:45pm
Thomas Jefferson

5:30pm

Awards Reception
Presenters
KH

Kari Hampton

President, VAHPERD


Saturday November 9, 2019 5:30pm - 6:15pm
Ballroom 1

6:15pm

Kaleidoscope
The Kaleidoscope Performance is intended to showcase local and regional middle school, high school, college and university, and community dance groups. The dance performance offers a wide range of dance genres and ages of performers. It is also a great way for potential college students to see types of dance offered by universities. Kaleidoscope is a fun-filled, free evening of dance that is enjoyed by all VAHPERD conference attendees. Come out and see the Kaleidoscope Performance on Saturday, 11/9/19 12:00 AM at 6:15 PM. The performance will be hosted by Mary Ann Laverty.

Presenters
avatar for Jason Runk

Jason Runk

HPE Teacher, Kaechele Elementary


Saturday November 9, 2019 6:15pm - 7:45pm
Ballroom 4
 
Sunday, November 10
 

7:30am

Coffee and Tea Station
Sunday November 10, 2019 7:30am - 8:50am
Lobby

9:00am

New Board Orientation
Presenters
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Henry Castelvecchi

Executive Director, Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance


Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Lee

9:00am

OPENPhysed K-12 Dance Party!
Setting the tone of your Physical Education class is important, getting your students mentally and physically ready for your lesson is crucial and making it an immense amount of fun is key! Join me in a session full of learning, sweat trophies and tons of dancing that everyone can do. All of the activities, academic language cards and assessments used in this session can be accessed through OPENPhysed.org for FREE! Get ready for a high energy dance party!

Presenters
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Brandon Herwick

OPEN National Trainer, OPENPhysed.org
Brandon Herwick started his career teaching at a charter school in Brooklyn and now teaches near his hometown in upstate NY.  He is an OPEN National Trainer and co-author of the OPENPhysed.org K-2, 3-5 and Middle School Dance Modules.  Brandon loves to share his passion for dance... Read More →


Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Ballroom 4

9:00am

A Panel discussion on diversity in the classroom and schools
Questions to be discussed. How can racially diverse schools and classrooms benefit students and schools? Should the conversation of sexual orientation be restricted just like religion and politics in the workplace?

Presenters

Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Henry

9:00am

Gamification: The Basics
Gamification is a simple way to motivate your learners, engage your learners, and help your learners better retain information by implementing gaming terms and techniques. In this session, you will learn how simple changes can make a big impact on your learners. You do not need to be familiar with video games in order to make gamification work for you.

Presenters
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Megan McCollom

DAPE, MNSHAPE
Megan taught DAPE full-time for four years in the Robbinsdale Area Schools.  Megan graduated with two Bachelor's Degrees from St. Cloud State where she had the opportunity to complete field experience hours in Health, Physical Education, and DAPE in numerous settings at all different... Read More →



Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Mason

9:00am

What's a Quizizz?
In this session, participants will learn all about Quizizz, an online quiz site that puts others to shame (we're talking to you Kahoot!). All attendees will begin the session by playing a Quizizz. Afterwards, we'll break down the valuable data and information the site provides and go over some of the key features it offers. Towards the end of the session, we'll give each attendee the opportunity to build and create their own Quizizz to take back to their classroom! A laptop is strongly recommended for attending this session.

Presenters
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Jessica Bayliss

Health & Physical Education Teacher, Chesterfield County Public Schools
I'm a proud 2012 graduate of Radford University (Go Highlanders) and an avid sports enthusiast. I love football and soccer, but especially all things related to the Green Bay Packers. This will be my seventh year teaching health and physical education at the middle school level and... Read More →


Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Blair

9:00am

EXTREME Creativity: #Physed Activities that will BLOW your Mind!
This highly active session will provide teachers with purposeful, and EXTREMELY innovative activities that are guaranteed to spark student interest, incorporate academics, get them moving, develop skills, and make learning fun!

Presenters
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Mike Morris

Elementary Physical Education, Baskerville Elementary School & Red Oak Elementary School
Mike Morris is an energetic, elementary physical education teacher from Rocky Mount, North Carolina. He currently teaches at Baskerville Elementary School and Red Oak Elementary School. His passion includes sharing ideas with others, creating new and innovative physical education... Read More →


Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Ballroom 1

9:00am

If the Bum is numb…
This presentation is for those interested in joining the Virginia Chief Movement Officer Cadre. We will demonstrate and share COUNTLESS ways to get your classrooms active! If you attended HPAI and registered your interest in our program, please plan to attend. This session is open to ALL who are INTERESTED.

Presenters
RM

Ron Malm

COO, Focused Fitness
Ron is the implementation arm of Focused Fitness. An Elementary and Middle School Physical Education Teacher for over 10 years , Ron understood the need for quality physical education and co-wrote the Five for Life Program and designed WELNET. As skilled as he is at understanding... Read More →
avatar for Amy Riggio

Amy Riggio

Health & Physical Education Teacher
2018 VAHPERD Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year2017-2019 Chief Movement Officer Cadre Trainer: Working within VA schools to create movement opportunities for students
avatar for Jason Runk

Jason Runk

HPE Teacher, Kaechele Elementary


Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Harrison

9:00am

Lighting Up Student Engagement in Physical Education
Come and join in the fun as we explore ways to engage students in learning. Add some relationship building activities that create a positive working environment with your students. Enhance you library of activities that will increase student MVPA time. Explore ways to measure MVPA using pedometers and heart rate monitors. Find activities that will ignite a fire in your students and be part of the 50 Million Strong Movement.

Presenters
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Ron Trainum

HPE teacher, Toano Middle School



Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Ballroom 2

9:00am

Omnikin: Fun with big balls
Learn a variety of fun filled cooperative (and other) games using oversized, inflatable balls covered in fun colors that gets kids of all ages excited to move.

Presenters


Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Ballroom 3

9:00am

Teaching Quality Physical Education in Smaller Settings
The Teaching Quality Physical Education in Smaller Settings presentation for VAHPERD will help show physical education teachers and others how to teach a quality physical education lesson in a smaller room or space. This has become prevalent in our school system as we try to give our students the best physical education possible while utilizing the space that we have. The co-presenter and myself have taught in classrooms, stages, blacktop, cafeteria and out in the field. We have had to create activities that are age appropriate and effective with the space and equipment given. These activities go along with the SHAPE America and Virginia standards as well. We would like to show some of the activities that get the students heart rates up, teach about health SOLs in these lessons and have the teachers come away with options for when their gymnasium is not available. Get the students moving no matter the place!



Sunday November 10, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am
Madison

10:00am

CANCELLED - Connections of the Elements of Movement with Dance
The Elements of Movement are the foundational concepts for all physical activity. These foundational concepts and vocabulary will help students develop physical skills and understand their uses in aesthetic activities (dance).

VAHPERD sessions are co-sponsored with the National Dance Society


Presenters
BS

BJ Santos

Albemarle County Laboratory Schools
I'm a high school PE, Health, Driver Education, and dance teacher. I was awarded the VAHPERD and Southern District Teacher of the Year in 2016-17 and the National Dance Society P12 Master Dance Educator of the Year in Physical Education.



Sunday November 10, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Ballroom 4

10:00am

"A Basketball Olympics" Teaching Basketball Fundamentals Begins with FUN !
This presentation focuses on organizing and conducting a Basketball Olympics for elementary, middle, and secondary physical education classes. Fundamental basketball concepts are taught through a cpmpetition-based approach in which everyone participates in Olympic-style events centered around a chosen theme. Learn about lesson plans, teaching methodologies, drills, and awards.

Presenters


Sunday November 10, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Harrison

10:00am

Funtastic PE and Health Activities
Get ready to play! Have striking fun with Thunder Noodle. Make disc golf easy to set up and play with Disc Golf Challenge. Learn how to make a Zinger Noodle Tag stick and add some new tag games to your health lessons! See how gamification can be easily used in Ninjago Chinese Jump Rope Challenge! These activities promote cooperative learning, critical thinking, and having fun!!!

Presenters

Sunday November 10, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Ballroom 2

10:00am

Get Students Moving ASAP!
In this active session you will experience activities that use little or no equipment, needing very few instructions or rules, are fun and challenging, and promote health-related fitness for all students. You will leave this session energized and ready to teach with new warm-ups activities, management strategies, and resources to keep students engaged from the moment class begins!

Presenters
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Mike Smith

Mike Smith is currently the SME (Subject Matter Expert) for School Specialty. His past experiences include being part of the Physical Education CADRE for the Colorado Department of Education and Wellrain, as well as, an OPEN National Trainer for US Games. He has presented over 120... Read More →


Sunday November 10, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Ballroom 3

10:00am

Motivating Middle School Girls to Participate in Physical Education
This presentation will present an overview of the implementation of an Alternative Physical Education Program aimed at increasing participation in physical activity during physical education class for middle school girls. The curriculum and results of the study presented will showcase the positive impact of providing activities that provide choice, fun, cooperation, and teambuilding had on motivating students to participate in physical education.

Presenters

Sunday November 10, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Henry

10:00am

Walking with Purpose: Creating a Fitness Walking Program for Self-contained Physical Education Classes
Studies show that obesity rates among children with disabilities are significantly higher than children without disabilities. Walking, one of the most natural forms of movement is one activity that can promote physical activity and help decrease obesity rates. Schools, specifically physical education classes, provide an ideal setting for activity promotion among youth. The purpose of this session is to provide a framework for a year-long walking program for self-contained PE classes that is informed by the self-regulation construct of the social cognitive theory in an effort to increase physical activity levels for students with disabilities and their families.

Presenters

Sunday November 10, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Mason

10:00am

Minute 2 Win It!
Minute 2 Win It! is a fast-paced, high-energy set of games and activities. Learn how to bring some humor into the classroom/gym by doing activities such as “Face the Cookie,” “Junk in the Trunk,” “Hanky Panky” and “Elephant March.” Come ready to Win and laugh so hard it hurts!

Presenters

Sunday November 10, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Madison

11:00am

Newton’s Laws of Physics as a Foundation for Dance
Come learn about exciting ways that dance can help learn about Newton’s physical laws of motion. The session will demonstrate the relationship between the body and forces acting upon it and the body’s motion in response to the forces.

VAHPERD sessions are co-sponsored with the National Dance Society



Sunday November 10, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Ballroom 4

11:00am

CANCELLED ABA in APE
This presentation was developed by a team of adapted PE teachers and ABA coaches for the International Symposium for Adapted Physical Activity, held in Charlottesville June 2019. ABA in APE looks to teach APE and PE teachers evidence based strategies to use in their classes, the aim is to either teach new strategies or put a name to strategies they are already using. Using a series of videos participants can see real life examples of the strategies utilized in real classrooms.

Presenters

Sunday November 10, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Blair

11:00am

Fuel Up to play 60 - How it can turn your students into Wellness Leaders at your school
Fuel Up to Play 60 is a free nationwide, in-school wellness program that will help you turn your students into wellness leaders in your school. It also is the perfect health related Project Based Learning (PBL) opportunity for you and your students to make a difference at your school and in your community. Learn how to successfully start the FUTP60 program and/or deepen your engagement. Take away some easy, yet practical ways to implement healthy eating and physical activity "plays". Free give-aways for attendees too!

Presenters
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Hugh Brockway

PE Teacher



Sunday November 10, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Mason

11:00am

GenZ P.E.
This unique approach to the classic Sport Education Model offers an instructional method that goes beyond traditional sports roles to incorporate workplace competencies and foster a community dynamic within the class. This variation puts our Generation Z students in roles that intentionally highlight 21st century career-readiness skills. The leadership of each individual promotes the success for the whole team. Jobs within each team include a manager, wellness director, personal trainer, coach, human resources, and marketing.



Sunday November 10, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Ballroom 2

11:00am

Teaching and Assessing Elementary Physical Education in the Cognitive Domain
In this professional development, teachers will learn how to use technology, websites, google classroom, bulletin boards, contests, initiatives and other techniques to teach and assess student learning in elementary physical education. Techniques discussed will focus on promoting student learning without reducing physical activity.

Presenters
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Lynn Hefele

SCAPES Highlighted Speaker, LEPEinc.
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. Lynn is retired from teaching in the Huntington Union Free School District in Huntington, New York. A graduate of Springfield... Read More →


Sunday November 10, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Ballroom 1

12:00pm

Closing Session
Presenters
LM

Leslie Meadows

President Elect, VAHPERD


Sunday November 10, 2019 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Ballroom 3

1:00pm

VAHPERD Board Meeting
Presenters
LM

Leslie Meadows

President Elect, VAHPERD


Sunday November 10, 2019 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Madison
 


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