Get the multi-disk DVD set of all 10 outstanding keynoters of the 2013 National PE Institute. See what many of the greatest minds in Physical Education are doing! Featuring:
Dr. Helena Baert, SUNY Cortland, NY
Dr. Baert is a passionate pedagogy professor within the physical education department at SUNY Cortland. Helena has degrees from Belgium, Canada and the United States with knowledge and experience in physical education, educational technology, health, elementary PE, outdoor education, and recreation. Currently, Helena advocates for quality developmental lessons infused with technology to enhance learning, movement, and effective teaching.
Judy LoBianco, South Orange-Maplewood, NJ
Judy LoBianco is the Supervisor for Health & PE for South Orange-Maplewood Schools, the President-Elect of EDA-AAHPERD, and a Past President of New Jersey AHPERD. An energetic and dynamic educator, Judy’s outstanding community-wide leadership was key in her district’s winning of a Carol M. White PEP Grant. Her recognitions include the New Jersey State PE Supervisor of the Year (2010) and National PE Administrator of the Year (2013).
Joey Feith, ThePhysicalEducator.com
Joey Feith is a PE teacher from Montreal, Canada. In 2010, he founded ThePhysicalEducator.com, an online resource that aims to provide teachers with quality resources, as well as to promote innovative teaching practices. Joey has presented throughout Canada at the local, provincial and national levels. Through his work with ThePhysical- Educator.com, Joey is now focused on creating a global, online community in which physical educators can connect, share, and collaborate.
Dr. Stevie Chepko, South Carolina
Dr. Stevie Chepko is the former Chair of the Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) program at Winthrop University and a well-known expert on K-12 PE pedagogy. A masterful authority in sport skill development, Dr. Chepko’s insightful teaching and assessment strategies continue to find a growing audience. A hallmark of Stevie’s professional service has been the development of resources that reflect “Best Practices” in the field.
Jean Blaydes, Action Based Learning, TX
Jean Blaydes is the founder of Action Based Learning and a leading expert on brain research. Jean’s work has been featured on Good Morning America, NBC, CBS, and other media outlets. She has presented workshops internationally in nine foreign countries and nationally in all 50 states. She is well known for combining high-level presentations with ground-breaking content to create workshops that are truly top notch.
Brian Dauenhauer, University of Northern Colorado
Brian Dauenhauer is a doctoral candidate at the University of Texas at Austin and a new faculty member at the University of Northern Colorado. He taught PE at UT Elementary School and was the Founding Director for the Healthy Families Initiative. His research includes data-driven decision making and the expanded role of PE in addressing childhood obesity.
Michele Rusnak, Austin ISD, TX
Michele Rusnak is the K-12 Physical Education Supervisor for the Austin Independent School District. From this position, Michele super- vises a staff responsible for Coordinated School Health, K-12 Health and PE, Adapted PE, and an assortment of cutting-edge initiatives. A dedicated and mission-working leader, Michele’s efforts have brought about a renewed sense of student accountability and focus on curriculum alignment.
Larry Satchwell, Newton County Schools, GA
Larry Satchwell is the Elementary PEP Grant Coordinator for Newton County Schools. A former National Elementary PE Teacher of the Year, he has taught for 31 years. An affable and humble educator, Larry’s areas of expertise include preschool, gymnastics, classroom management, and innovative physical education equipment.
Dr. Missy Parker, University of Limerick, Ireland
Dr. Missy Parker is a Physical Education Professor at the University of Limerick, Ireland. She is a co-author of the highly recognized text- book, Children Moving, along with Dr. George Graham and Dr. Shirley Holt-Hale. Missy is a national expert on curriculum development, a respected researcher, and a strong advocate for colleges and universities to better meet the needs of grass roots K-12 physical educators.
Dr. Joanne Owens-Nauslar, GeoMotion Group, FL
Dr. Owens-Nauslar is the Vice President of Partnerships for GeoMotion. A nationally-known advocate for K-12 physical education, she has held a wide variety of positions including State Director of Health and PE (Nebraska), Director of Professional Development (American School Health Association), NASPE President (1996), and AAHPERD President (2002). Her resume has over 50 publications as well as over 2,500 presentations.