Some Simple GPS Ideas

As an Outdoor enthusiast I have always enjoyed the challenge of getting outside and exploring the natural environment. This enjoyment is what made me seek a career within the Physical and Outdoor Education fields. Flash forward to today’s students and…

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With my recent fixation on mobile applications, I thought it would be worthwhile refocusing some attention to sharing the web2.0 tools I have used in classes recently. Here is my 20/20 presentation. 20 tools, 20 slides, 20 seconds a slide…

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Measuring Vital Signs

In recent months, this blog has been captivated by mobile applications, however its impossible not to be given the mind blowing capacity they are delivering to the classroom. The Vital Signs App by Phillips (only for iPad), allows for remote…

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My 2011 Edublog Award Nominations

Although no one sets out writing a blog for personal gain or recognition, I think it is important to highlight the amazing work done by educators in the world of blogging. Find my 2011 Edublog award nominations below. Best Individual…

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Earlier this year an app came out called ‘SprintTimer’ and it dramatically improved the recording of sprint times to near olympic level accuracy, allowing anyone to produce an accurate photo finish. Given the enormous impact this app had, I was excited…

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iPads & Android in Physical Education Workshop
Join me for an action packed one day workshop focussed on integrating emerging technologies into the PE & Sport Science classrooms. The day will explore current technologies and emerging pedagogies which are being used in innovative Physical Education classrooms around world

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Bendigo, Tuesday May 17th (Register Now)

Melbourne, Friday 22nd of July (Register Now)