As we kick start another amazing year at The PE Geek Blog, we look back on the top 10 posts from 2016 based on most visits. This gives you an opportunity to rediscover a post you enjoyed or find one you may have missed from our extensive array of content from 2016.
This webinar completed by thousands of teachers over the course of the year dived into how you can leverage freely available technologies to take your Sports Education unit to a completely new level.
Do you conduct vertical jump testing in your PE/Sports Science classes? This free website allows you to easily record a persons jump height using a webcam or uploaded video. So cool.
Podcasting continues to mature as a powerful medium for learning & entertainment. In this post I shared 5 podcasts that PE Teachers should tune into.
Do you forget your passwords? If so then you want to check out the LastPass website/app which is truly game changing. In this post we also discuss the exercise app Obstacle Workout.
Over the years, I’ve worked with thousands of teachers in workshops across 30+ countries giving me a great insight into the challenges PhysEd teachers face and the common situations that lead to purposeful use of technology in PE. During this post we shared our template that we use when consulting with schools around their programs. It explores the various items which should be considered. We combined this post with a webinar focusing on using the template, which you can access here
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. With many brilliant apps sharing the same starting letter, it required me to carefully weigh up the pro’s & con’s of each & decide.
Google Chrome is a complete game changer & if you’re still not using it as your default web browser you need to rectify that. In this post I shared 6 FREE chrome apps & extensions that PE Teachers can leverage in their practical & theoretical classrooms.
In this special 50th episode of The PE Geek Podcast we hear from 50 amazing tech & PE ideas from PhysEd teachers from around the globe. If you’re looking for amazing ideas to kick start 2017, then this is for you.