Oregon SHAPE Monthly
Society of Health and Physical Educators
A Few Words From The President...
Happy New Year! The start of a new year brings a revived passion to continue with previously set goals, along with plans to undertake new endeavors. We, at Oregon SHAPE, are committed to helping make 2016 a productive and rewarding year for you all. We look forward to hearing from you, and providing information and opportunities that will benefit you and your communities. I am excited and passionate about being the President of such a special organization. Best wishes for a wonderful year!
The council for children's expanded physical education presents...
35th Annual Northwest Conference for Children's Physical Education
Friday, Feb. 26th 2016 at 9pm
12250 Southwest Conestoga Drive
Important Update on ESSA
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) - Information from SHAPE America
Speak Out! Day - March 1 & 2, 2016
How to Present to Your School Board
Professional Development Opportunities!
Each month there are great professional development opportunities available to you at the click of a mouse! Amazing webinars are put on by many different associations across North America for you to access for FREE. We have listed a few upcoming webinars for the month of February for you to check out along with links to archived webinars.
- Get on Exchange to view SHAPE America's webinars-on-demand. Click here to access.
- If you are a SHAPE America member the webinars are free for you!
- 60 Minutes a Day! The Connection between Physical Activity and Academic Achievement - January 20th at 5:00 PM PDT featuring Pam Powers
- Click here to register for this webinar
- FREE Archived webinars (you will need to sign up for SPARKecademy to access - free sign up)
Thompson Huddle Connect
Building Blocks of Athleticism: Starts in Physical Education - January 19, 2016 at 5:30pm - 6:30pm PDT featuring Dr. Stuart McGill
Link to register for webinar
- FREE archived webinars (you will need to sign up for HuddleConnect to access - free sign up)
SHAPE America Podcast
The SHAPE America Podcast, hosted by members Collin Brooks and Matt Pomeroy, offers a great opportunity for professional development! Each monthly episode of the podcast will feature discussions on a variety of topics relevant to health and physical educators, including interviews with SHAPE America Teachers of the Year and other leaders in the field. You'll also hear the latest about SHAPE America's initiative, "50 Million Strong by 2029."
Listen to this podcast about #PhysEd teachers having conversations about all things PE with educators from around the world. The best part about this podcast is that they used the voxer app to interview their guest speakers!
The #PhysEd Podcast
In 2013, Nathan Horne and Joey Feith got together to shoot the breeze about #physed, health, and technology. The result was The #PhysEd Podcast. Subscribe to hear why thousands of teachers enjoy listening in on Nathan and Joey's conversation.
The #PEGeek Podcast
This podcast is an audio version of the PEPRN blog. The PEPRN blog's aim is to bring together physical education teachers, coaches, physical activity leaders, volunteers and university practitioners from around the world to talk about practice, young peoples’ experiences of physical activity, and research.
Jump Ropes for Heart & Hoops for Heart
SHAPE America and the American Heart Association. They promote physical education and provide children with knowledge of heart disease and stroke while raising funds for cardiovascular disease research, stroke research, and health education.
When you complete a Jump Ropes for Heart or Hoops for Heart event, you provide future generations with the knowledge and tools they need to stay healthy for a lifetime. Click here to access the registration page.
50 Million Strong by 2029
"Approximately 50 million students are currently enrolled in America's elementary and secondary schools (grades pre-K to 12). SHAPE America wants to ensure that by the time today's preschoolers graduate from high school in 2029, all of America's students are benefiting from the skills, knowledge and confidence to enjoy healthy, meaningful physical activity."
Find out how you can get more involved by clicking here.