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September 9, 2016

Episode 66 - Saving Time Using Technology with Pat Coleman

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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast I speak with Pat Coleman, a Physical Education teacher from Launceston in Tasmania, Australia. Throughout the episode, we discuss how technologies can enable us to become more efficient ultimately saving us time.

Topics touched on this episode include;

Microsoft vs Google Platforms Accountability & Collaboration in the digital age Microsoft Sway QR Codes & Augmented Reality Webinar

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September 3, 2016

Episode 65 - How I Got Started Using Tech in PE with Kari Bullis

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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast we speak with Kari Bullis from Iowa about how she got started with technology in her Physical Education classroom. Throughout the episode we touch on becoming more efficient and effective can be a massive buy in for technology usage. We also discuss how apps such as Yoga Studio enable us to bring experts into the classroom for our students.

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August 23, 2016

Episode 64 - Drones & Robotics in PE

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In episode 64 of The PE Geek Podcast I discuss one of the most disruptive emerging technologies we're likely to see in the coming years. Robotics and in particular Drones have been exploding recently with their use becoming possible in industries and situations we could of only dreamt about in the past. During the episode I explore the opportunities that these technologies will provide to schools and in particular the PhysEd classroom.

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August 6, 2016

Episode 63 - Lifelong Learners & Movers with Naomi Hartl

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n this episode of The PE Geek Podcast we talk with the amazing Naomi Hartl. Naomi shares how a mere QR Code took her on a journey of tech in PhysEd discovery leading her to the current role as PE development and technology specialist with SPARK. Naomi's shares her experiences working with teachers and lessons learned along the way.

Resources for this episode include

Follow Naomi on Twitter QR Code Skill Posters AirServer, Reflector 2 Bam Video Delay & Hudl Technique Plickers

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July 23, 2016

Episode 62 - The Power of Creation with Ryan Ellis

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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast I speak with the founder of The PE Umbrella Podcast 'Ryan Ellis'. We discuss how an older brother influenced his journey to the classroom and how he eventually ended up in Physical Education. Ryan also shares how to foster intrinsic motivation and how technology can play a role in this process. Finally we discuss the power of creation and why our activities should foster this important characteristic in our students.

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July 10, 2016

Episode 61 - It’s All About Gymnastics with Gemma Coles

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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast, we talk with the Amazing Gemma Coles of Head Over Heels about Gymnastics. Throughout the episode we discuss the importance of gymnastics in the development of physical literacy in our students and also touch on the role that Technology can play when teaching gymnastic skills. Gemma is such an advocate for teaching these important skills that she's pieced together an incredible mobile app resource to help all teachers introduce these skills into their programs.

Resources for this episode include

Gemmas Website Head Over Heels About Gymnastics App

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June 27, 2016

Episode 60 - The Global Education Digital Disruption

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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast, we take a look at the emerging technologies which WILL impact education as we know it. This includes technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality & 3D printing and how they're exponentially evolving and converging to disrupt entire industries. Education & therefore Physical Education will be NO different.

We back this up by what Peter Diamandis refers to as the 3 D's, namely 'Digitisation, Deception & Disruption', and how many emerging technologies that will impact education are still in the deceptive phase resulting in them being widely ignored by teachers & schools.

Finally we talk about how the technologies will make our role as educators more meaningful, allowing us to focus on what we do best and ensure that the world gets equal access to high quality education. The future is bright.

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June 15, 2016

Episode 59 - The 4C’s with Nathan Horne

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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast, we chat with none other than Nathan Horne of www.iphys-ed.com, as he shares his journey using Technology in his PhysED practice. Nathan also discusses his brilliant framework, the 4c's which help him categorise the tech tools he uses into more meaningful buckets.

Resources shared throughout the episode include

Nathan's Website Follow Nathan on Twitter Doctopus & Google Drive

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May 30, 2016

Episode 58 - ConnectedPE

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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast, I introduce you to ConnectedPE. We explore the upcoming online conference, the ConnectedPE Community, the ConnectedPE Conference in Dubai & the new ConnectedPE Podcast.

Websites mentioned in this episode

1. ConnectedPE - Details surrounding the upcoming physical education conference in Dubai. This game changing conference is not to be missed.

2. The ConnectedPE Online Conference - Register for the FREE online physical education conference starting June 6th, 2016. Missed the conference? get access to the recap and replays via the website

3. The ConnectedPE Community - Join the ConnectedPE Physical Education Community for ongoing professional development.

4. The ConnectedPE Podcast - Subscribe to the new podcast for bite sized professional development perfect for Physical Educators on the Move.

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May 22, 2016

Episode 57 - The A-Z of PE Apps

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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast, I set myself a challenge to come up with a list of apps that follow alphabetical order, selecting only one app from each letter. The process of compiling the list proved to be difficult, as many share the same starting letters, ultimately resulting in a need to select one between many favourites.

So what criteria did I use?

They needed to be Apps that I personally have used and found value with. They could be either teacher use/efficiency tools They could be tools to help you achieve something you couldn't do without it They could be student/teacher resource based tools They could be student focused and help students create or reconstruct meaning in different forms They could be teacher professional learning aides

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