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Get the 3-disk DVD set of the 2012 National PE Institute keynoters. These DVD’s feature Physical Education’s greatest advocates!
Dr. Bob Pangrazi is a professor emeritus at Arizona State University and the noted author of several books, including – Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children and Dynamic Physical Education for Secondary School Students. A motivational presenter and teacher, Dr. Pangrazi is a highly sought expert speaker in the area of managing and disciplining students in a positive and caring manner.
Dr. George Graham is a professor emeritus at Penn State University and the noted author of several books, including – Children Moving and Teaching Children Physical Education: Becoming a Master Teacher. Dr. Graham accomplishments include the creation of PE Central and the United States Physical Education Association. Dr. Graham’s “Design-Down” assessment process as been widely-used across the United States.
Artie Kamiya has been called the “nation’s leading expert for K-12 physical education.” Always in demand for his exciting presentations, Artie has conducted about 500 workshops in over 40 different states. He is the co-owner of a well-known publishing/consulting firm and has successfully written over $45 million in grants for schools. A former National Physical Education Administrator of the Year (2004), he was recognized by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education as the 2007 “Joy of Effort” Award winner.
Dr. Stevie Chepko is the Chair of the Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) program at Winthrop University and a well-known expert on K-12 physical education pedagogy. A masterful authority in sport skill development, Dr. Chepko’s insightful teaching and assessment strategies continue to find a growing audience.
Dr. Dolly Lambdin is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Texas and the noted author of several books, including – Fitness for Life: Middle School and Putting Research to Work in Elementary Physical Education. As a researcher, her work has a focus on the importance of quality physical education, teacher development, and how physical educators’ lives and careers interact.
Dr. Marybell Avery is the District Curriculum Specialist for Health, Physical Education and Character Education for Lincoln Public Schools and a Past President of National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). A well-known grassroots educator, Dr. Avery served on NASPE’s Assessment Task Force, a writer of Nebraska’s Physical Education State Standards, and a trainer for CDC’s PECAT assessment tool.
Judy LoBianco is the District Supervisor of Health, Physical Education and Nursing Services for South Orange-Maplewood Schools and a Past President of New Jersey AHPERD. An energetic and dynamic educator, Ms. LoBianco’s outstanding community-wide leadership was key in her district’s winning of a Carol M. White PEP Grant for over $1.25 million.
Ginny Popiolek is a District Supervisor for Physical Education for Harford County Public Schools and a Past President of Maryland AHPERD. As a former adapted physical education teacher, Ginny is an avid supporter of the need to collect and justify student progress with supporting data. The American Heart Association recently recognized Ginny as their National “Jump Rope for Heart” Administrator of the Year recipient.
Shellie Pfohl is the Executive Director of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition (PCFSN) and a founding director of Be Active America, a national non-profit advocacy organization. A long-time advocate for physical education, Shellie leads the Council’s efforts to support First Lady Michelle Obama’s national Let’s Move! Initiative aimed at solving the childhood obesity epidemic within one generation.