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  • SHAPE Washington Annual Conference Oct. 13-14, 2017

    Emerald Ridge High School, Puyallup Washington

    FRIDAY

    7:45- Seattle Public Schools pre-K12 Physical Education Specialists meeting in Cafeteria area

    8:00-8:50 Presenter: Mike Tindal Title: Action Team Games Room: Gym 1 Description: I will be presenting two Action team games from Gopher Sport. Presenter: Kirsten French Title: Northwest Association for Blind Athletes Sports Adaptations Room: Gym 2 Description: This interactive and informative session will give an in-depth overview of sports adaptations available to individuals with visual impairments and their families through the Northwest Association for Blind Athletes' Equipment Lending Library. Physical education classes are frequently inaccessible to our students with visual impairments due to a lack of accessible equipment and educator knowledge. We provide teachers, families, and individuals with visual impairments the adaptive equipment and materials, including videos and adaptations manuals, that they need to have full access to physical activity programs in their schools and communities. Consultations with educational teams regarding adaptations for their students with visual impairments are also available. This presentation will provide teachers and other professionals working with students with visual impairments the tools to make physical education and activity accessible to their students. Presenter: Mag Hughes Title: Circus Arts Fun For Everyone Room: Upper Gym Description: Workshop focus will be on the following Circus Arts: juggling, flower sticks, diabolo, object balance, lariat, etc. Individual and cooperative skills will be taught. Presenter: Brie Davis Title: The YMCA - Your Partner in Health Room: BAND Description: Attendees will learn how the YMCA is supporting youth development through Healthy Eating and Physical Activity standards, summer meals programs/hunger initiatives, youth obesity prevention and policy change/advocacy. Attendees will learn about collaboration opportunities between the YMCA, local schools and other community based organizations. Presenter: Renee Colleran Title: Connecting Northshore School Teacher PE/health teachers Room: Choir Description: North shore School District teachers are invited to attend this session. the purpose of the session is to connect PE and health educators k-12.Talk about our curriculum map and form a bridge of communication. Let's continue to do great things for our students. Gathering and working towards common goals will make our efforts even more successful.

  • SHAPE Washington Annual Conference Oct. 13-14, 2017

    Emerald Ridge High School, Puyallup Washington

  • SHAPE Washington Annual Conference Oct. 13-14, 2017

    Emerald Ridge High School, Puyallup Washington

    Presenter: John Rowbotham Title: From PE to Athletics, You Decide How You Want to Run the Program Room: 1 Description: Our BFS Total Program is geared toward athletic development for all sports and all athletes, boys and girls. For 40 years this system has been easy to run on our Set Rep Log Books. Athletes drive their own progress by setting and keeping records of lifts, reps, weight and performance records such a 20 and 40 yard

    sprint. Many coaches however are looking for a system that runs itself so BFS has developed our Beat The Computer software. This works on a steadily increasing percentage based system that encourages young

    athletes to beat the computer by exceeding the weekly, computer generated, workouts.This year we have

    introduced two new platforms for an internet connected weight room. The Set Rep Log App is our cloud based program the works across almost any device. This App captures all the records and criteria that the Log Books do and then displays these results in the app for the PE teacher or coach. Whether for a class or team, keeping track

    of your students progress keeps your goals on track.We have introduced a partnership with TrainHeroic to bring a fitness/introductory workout to PE teachers looking for a simple class to expose their physical education students to the weight room. This 4 week, beginning level, workout unit will expose students to a wide variety of weight room exercises and equipment paving the way for lifelong fitness opportunities. With built in recording

    this app makes grading a breeze.BFS will cover these various methods of recording progress and help you find the right solution for class or team. Presenter: Rae lamp Title: Keeping Our Kids Safe: Brain Injury is More than Sports Concussion Room: 2 Description: Traumatic Brain Injury is the #1 cause of death and disability among children and youth! According to Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2012, an estimated 329,290 children (age 19 or younger) were treated in U.S. EDs for sports and recreation-related injuries that included a diagnosis of concussion or TBI. From 2001 to 2012, the rate of ED visits for sports and recreation-related injuries with a diagnosis of concussion or TBI, alone or in combination with other injuries, more than doubled among children (age 19 or younger). Learn how to prevent, recognize and work with any Brain Injury, ranging from sports concussions to automobile accidents, infections to strokes. After hearing this presentation, participants will better understand Brain Injury and will be better prepared to recognize it and care for those who experience it. Participants will also gain knowledge of the free services offered through the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA) which are not only of great value to families but also the professionals who interact with these families.

    -9:00-10:00- Keynote Michelle Hillier

    Opening Remarks

    Auditorium

  • SHAPE Washington Annual Conference Oct. 13-14, 2017

    Emerald Ridge High School, Puyallup Washington

    10:10-11:00 Presenter: Carri Kreider Title: Teaching Games for Understanding- Focus on Tactics Room: Gym 1 Description: Using the "Teaching Games for Understanding" model to teach tactics that carry over to multiple sports. Great for upper elementary through high school physical education. Presenter: Patty Lanier Title: Maximizing MVPA in your PE Class Room: Gym 2 Description: MVPA (Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity) is an essential component of quality physical education and physical activity programs. This session will share strategies and activity ideas to increase MVPA during PE classes and in other environments. Activities and strategies will be presented through 4 themes and represent a compilation of more than 25 years of lessons learned from benchmark studies; Instructional Strategies, Management Strategies, Activity Modifications and Technology. Attendees will leave ready to increase student MVPA and have the tools and resources to begin using tomorrow. Presenter: John Rowbotham Title: Elementary & Middle School Introduction to Functional Strength Room: Upper Gym Description: Activity based session, focusing on proper technique and movement skills for Elementary & Middle School students. Body weight exercises that develop functional strength and balance. Presenter: Lon Seiger Title: Using Musical Rhythms for Teambuilding Activities Room: Band Description: In this exciting and engaging session, participants will learn creative and powerful teambuilding ideas to use in the classroom, with their athletes, and with colleagues. Percussion-related instruments (shakers, tambourines, woods, bells, and small drums) will be given out and played by the participants to get a real "hands-on-experience." Come join us in our session to find out innovative teambuilding activities to bring the "community together!" Presenter: Charlie Katica and Rebecca Hultman Title: Resistance Training Considerations for the Adapted Athlete Room: Choir Description: This session will focus on different strategies for planning a resistance training program for individuals with an array of disabilities. The session will cover different topics, such as; accessibility, injury prevention, safety, inclusivity and lesson plan strategies. We hope this session will help teachers feel comfortable designing a resistance training program for individuals with a disability, integrating students into the class community and promoting a lifetime of healthy living.

  • SHAPE Washington Annual Conference Oct. 13-14, 2017

    Emerald Ridge High School, Puyallup Washington

    Presenter: Terri Farrar and Charene Stovall Title: Creating an Inclusive Classroom Environment for Our LGBTQ Students Room: 1 Description: Participants will gain information on how to create an inclusive classroom environment they can begin using immediately. They will be given lesson ideas on how to incorporate and constructively manage LGBTQ topics, how to be intentional in the language and examples they and their students use, and will be given opportunities to engage and brainstorm with their peers to generate innovative ideas to develop an inclusive classroom. Presenter: Paul Clinton, Krista Winn, Judy Beard Title: One Million Strong Success Stories Room: 2 Description: There are one million students in the state of Washington and as Health and Physical Educators we are committed to ensuring ALL have the skills and knowledge to live active and healthy lifestyles. This session will highlight many of the PE and Health success stories that are helping us reach One Million Strong. We will also show you how quick and easy it is to create your own success story and show you where to find it on the SHAPE Washington website.

    1:10-2:00 Presenter: Ryan Wiser and Melanie Flink Title: Creating a Positive Learning Environment through Cooperative Games Room: Gym 1 Description: Participants in this session

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