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Please consider joining more than 1,000 of your #NCAAHPERDSM18 Friends in Winston-Salem! Start your school year off with excitement, learning and fun! To learn more, please visit NCAAHPERD-SM or contact Artie Kamiya; artie@ncaahperd-sm.org or (919) 818-6486.

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Wednesday, October 31
 

8:30pm

Scott Williams, Chip Candy & Artie Kamiya's "Meet & Greet Halloween Square Dance and Line Dance Mixer!"
Join your hosts - Chip Candy, Scott Williams & Artie Kamiya - for a fun-filled time of non-stop square dancing, line dances, assorted mixers, and a chance to show-off your creative Halloween costume (or just come as you are!)  Artie Kamiya is the new Executive Director for NCAAHPERD-SM and is well-known across the state.  Scott Williams is an elementary physical education teacher from Virginia. Scott was Virginia's Dance Education Teacher of the Year and SHAPE America's Southern District Dance Teacher of the Year as well! Chip Candy is a former National Middle School Teacher of the Year from New Jersey!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Williams

Scott Williams

Meriwether Lewis Elementary, Albemarle County Schools
Scott Williams graduated from Fairmont State University in West Virginia in 2001with a BA in Physical Education (K-12) and Health Education (5-12). He receivedhis MS in Athletic Coaching from West Virginia University in 2003. Scott hasbeen teaching elementary physical education at... Read More →



Wednesday October 31, 2018 8:30pm - 10:00pm
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)
 
Thursday, November 1
 

7:15am

Thursday Morning Registration (Winston Ballroom 1-A)
Registration for the 2018 NCAAHPERD-SM State Convention will take place in Winston Ballroom I-A. This is the first ballroom to your left as your enter the Benton Convention Center.  Please look for our NCAAHPERD-SM green runway carpet with our amazing team of Friendly Greeters that will welcome you to the Registration Area!

* Please note that our Registration Area will be open all day!


Thursday November 1, 2018 7:15am - 8:30am
Winston Ballroom I-A

8:00am

EXHIBITS OPEN! > 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Thursday November 1, 2018 8:00am - 3:30pm
Exihibits' Hall

8:30am

Scott William's "Thursday Morning PEP Rally" (Winston Ballroom II)
Please come to our Thursday Morning "NCAAHPERD-SM PEP Rally" that takes places in Winston Ballroom II.  This 15-minute energizer will be led by Scott "The Dancing Man" Williams, the Southern District Dance Teacher of the Year!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Williams

Scott Williams

Meriwether Lewis Elementary, Albemarle County Schools
Scott Williams graduated from Fairmont State University in West Virginia in 2001with a BA in Physical Education (K-12) and Health Education (5-12). He receivedhis MS in Athletic Coaching from West Virginia University in 2003. Scott hasbeen teaching elementary physical education at... Read More →



Thursday November 1, 2018 8:30am - 8:45am
Winston Ballroom II

8:45am

Thursday Morning General Session with Ultra Talented Beth Kirkpatrick
Keynoter Beth Kirkpatrick is one of the funniest people on the planet! She has been featured on CNN, NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, Life Magazine, countless magazine and newspaper stories nationwide. Additionally, Beth’s reach extends far beyond the borders of the USA. Beth has keynoted over 1500 conferences in all fifty states as well as international keynotes in Malaysia, South Africa, Germany, Brazil, China, and Canada.

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Thursday November 1, 2018 8:45am - 9:45am
Winston Ballroom II

10:00am

Anne Sluder's "Minds in Motion: Intentional Sensory Challenges to Prime the Brain!" (Piedmont Hall 2)
Overview: Participants will engage in sensory motor activities and progressions for use in the gym, small group "pull-outs" or "pushed-in" to general education classrooms.

Details: We are believers in promoting kinesthetic classrooms where incorporating academic content with movement is a common occurrence.  The more ways students see and experience content and making neural connections, the better they will be able to recall what they have learned.  We want to offer practical steps and strategies for Physical Educators to use and pass along to their general education peers.



Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Piedmont Hall 2

10:00am

Barbara Meleney's "All Things APE in NC!" (Winston Ballroom 1-BC)
APE in NC is on the MOVE!  Come find out the latest "State of Adapted Physical Education" in North Carolina plus get those burning questions answered!  This informative and interactive session will provide a quick, down and dirty, overview of how things in the world of APE are progressing across North Carolina and how NC-AAHPERD-SM members can help the movement to provide exceptional activities for students of all ability levels.  The session will also include an activity piece and a "break out"  of round table topics so attendees can get their individual questions answered.

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Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Winston Ballroom I-BC

10:00am

Chip Candy's "Awesome Fast Moving Adventure Activities" (Winston Ballroom III)
This session will focus on Adventure Activities that will “move” your students’ feet, and “move” their minds towards cooperation, communication and connections. We’ll play hard, play fair, play safe and have fun while building a mindset of inclusion…the “WE” instead of the “ME”! Come play!

Join Chip Candy for a terrific and fun collection of cool secondary #physed games, activities, and fitness ideas. Chip is a former National Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year!

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Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Winston Ballroom III

10:00am

Derek Mohr's "Channeling Your Middle School & High School Inner Coach… Sport Ed + TGFU = Game Day 101" (Grand Pavillion A)
Overview: It's Game On!  What to know more about why the #PhysEd World is all abuzz about Sport Education and Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU)?  Learn about the many advantages in combining the Sport Ed Model and TGFU to create a versatile game-play lesson format for any content or level!

Detailed DescriptionThe purpose of the presentation is to showcase a Game Day  lesson format for PE that: * showcases how to combine sport education and teaching games for understanding * fosters student skill, tactical and fitness development * promotes authentic responsibility through cooperation, shared effort, and communication.

Game Day Lessons follow a "Game-Practice-Game" format to maximize engagement and to allow for team and individual development.  In this format, learning-teams play small-sided, inclusive and differentiated games designed to help students develop skill and tactical awareness while displaying desired character traits. In addition, students assume leadership roles, such as coaches, officials, score/time keepers, etc. and use resources such as practice plans to guide team practice sessions in preparation for daily games.  The combination of Sport Ed and TGFU provides a developmentally appropriate, highly engaging, authentic learning environment where students can experience success in all learning domains!

Critical Questions that will guide this presentation will include: 1. What is Sport Education and TGFU and how can they be combined? 2. What is a Game Day lesson format? 3. Why use Game Days? (Standards Alignment, Rationale and Benefits) 4. What are the best practices for implementing and modifying Game Days? 5. How will I (the audience member) use Game Days in my own PE program? Ultimately, the intent of the presentation is to showcase how SE and TGFU can be combined to provide a versatile lesson format for use in a variety of content, which challenges students to develop skills and tactical awareness while cooperating and competing fairly in a supportive physical activity setting. Specific strategies will be included showcasing the flexibility of this methodology.

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Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Grand Pavillion A

10:00am

Gabe Ervin's "Not Ordinary, But Extraordinary Elementary Physical Education Activities!" (Grand Pavillion B)
Background: Join Elementary PE Teacher of the Year, Gabe Ervin, for a fun-filled session of unique, innovative, and exciting activities geared for your elementary-aged students. While some of these activities may be considered “off the wall” or strange,  each has been teacher-tested and kid-approved!  Additionally, the presented activities all align to State & National  Physical Education Standards.  On a limited budget?  Many of the activities presented during this session will utilize homemade equipment that’s easy-to-make!




Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Grand Pavillion B

10:00am

Robert Hogewood's "Net Generation Tennis and School, the Perfect Match!" (Piedmont 1)
Overview: With a brand new comprehensive curriculum written by SHAPE America and the USTA, teaching tennis in school has never been so easy. Come and see how you can introduce "the sport of a lifetime" to your students - no experience needed! Over 5,000 teachers have already taken advantage of our free curriculum and resources, what are you waiting for? Get a racquet in your hand and join Net Generation today!
Note: Teachers that register with Net Generation (free) are eligible to receive a free equipment pack.
With: Amy Franklin and Hope Tolley

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Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Piedmont Hall 1

10:00am

Scott William's "Engage in Play, then Dance the Day Away!" (Gaines Ballroom)
Trouble getting your students to buy into dance? This session will provide entertaining games, competitions and strategies to get your boys and girls loving dance! This session is being led by the "Pied Piper of Dance Fun," Scott Williams!  After attending this session you will not be disappointed in Scott's ability to work with all levels of students (and teachers) to create "Dance Magic" and a "Fun for All" classroom!!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Williams

Scott Williams

Meriwether Lewis Elementary, Albemarle County Schools
Scott Williams graduated from Fairmont State University in West Virginia in 2001with a BA in Physical Education (K-12) and Health Education (5-12). He receivedhis MS in Athletic Coaching from West Virginia University in 2003. Scott hasbeen teaching elementary physical education at... Read More →



Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)

10:00am

Amanda Browning and Friends' "What the Health Should I Be Teaching?" (Terrace 2)
Overview: Attendees will take a critical look at the NC Essential Standards for middle school and 9th grade Health and gain a deeper understanding of the knowledge and skills students should develop each year.  They will collaborate with colleagues to create a practical pacing guide and leave with several new ideas for projects, review games, and critical thinking activities to implement immediately in their health classroom. This will be a great session for those new to teaching health or veteran teachers looking to spice up their instruction.  The literacy component will be met through the demonstration of practical graphic organizers, foldables, and grouping strategies.  The technology component will be met through the use of the online review game Kahoot! as well as projects that include technology such as Canva, Windows Movie Maker, and Google Docs.
With: Becki Haislip, K-12 Health and Physical Education Supervisor, Guilford County Schools; Jennifer Black, Southwest High School, Guilford County Schools

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Browning

Amanda Browning

Health/PE Teacher, Weaver Academy
Follow me on Twitter @ABPhysEd
avatar for Becki Haislip

Becki Haislip

Health and Physical Education Supervisor, Guilford County Schools


Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Terrace 2

10:00am

Brian Bosman's "Implementing an Age Appropriate Strength and Conditioning Program" (Conference 2)
Background: How to design and implement a strength and conditioning program designed to increase the long term athletic development of student-athletes with considerations for training and biological age.

Speakers


Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Conference 2

10:00am

Kat Sisler's "CATCH My Breath Youth E-Cigarette Prevention Program" (Terrace 1)
Description: CATCH My Breath Youth E-Cigarette Prevention Program includes a best-practices based curriculum consisting of 4 versions depending on grade level, 6th, 7th, or 8th grade and one 9th thru 12th grades. Created by researchers at the University of Texas School of Public Health, CMB is based on a Social Cognitive Theory model of prevention and aligns with the National Health Education Standards.  The 4-lesson curriculum uses peer facilitators to guide classroom activities that increase students’ knowledge and motivations to abstain from e-cigarettes and build skills for resisting peer and media influences. The program also includes education for teachers and parents to increase their own knowledge of e-cigarettes, online resources, school signage, and take-home materials for parents. During a 26-school pilot study, 86% of students agreed that they were less likely to use e-cigarettes as a result of the program. The CATCH My Breath Program is being offered for free thanks to our funders with CVS Health as part of their Be The First Campaign. For more information on the CATCH My Breath Program please email catchmybreath.org or visit us at catch.org
With: Kat Sisler, Program Assistant

Speakers

Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Terrace 1

10:00am

 [Digital Learning] Thomas Trendowski's "Integrating Phone Apps into PE" (Terrace 3)
Overview: Participants will learn about strategies and utilization of free apps in a PE setting.


Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Terrace 3

10:00am

[Literacy] Amelia Huelskamp's "How Physical Educators Meet the Academic Language Demands of edTPA" (Piedmont Hall 3)
Background: This session demonstrates ways PE teacher interns can integrate vocabulary, language functions, and syntax to improve physical literacy in kids and pass the edTPA.

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Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

10:00am

Sport Management's "Two Places at the Same Time: The Role of the Sport “Pracademician” & "The Use of Outside Consultants in College Athletics" (Conference 1)
Description:  This is a two session block with the following sessions:
(1)  "Two Places at the Same Time: The Role of the Sport 'Pracademician.'"
Presenters include:
  • BerNadette Lawson-Williams, Johnson C. Smith University
  • Rennae Williams Stowe- Winston-Salem State University
  • Karla Jones- Johnson C. Smith University
  • Robert Lyons- Queens University of Charlotte
(2) " The Use of Outside Consultants in College Athletics"
Presenter: Tom Collins, Chowan University
(3) "Student-Athlete Welfare in the Carolinas"
Presenter: Duane Aagaard, Catawba College

Speakers

Thursday November 1, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Conference 1

11:00am

Charla Krahnke's "Sport Education Model 101" (Grand Pavillion B)
Join National High School Teacher of the Year Charla Kranke's innovative session where participants will learn how to implement the research-based Sport Education model for middle and high school students.  Experience how to "let go of the reigns" using this student-centered model that places control for your students' learning where it ultimately belongs - with your students!  

Take the leap and learn how to implement one of the most exciting units you'll ever teach!  Let the National High School PE Teacher of the Year guide you through a Sport Education season from start to finish!

Speakers
avatar for Charla Krahnke

Charla Krahnke

North Carolina, National High School PE Teacher of the Year; Two Time State Championship Coach
Charla Krahnke was the 2013 National High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and the 2012 Fuquay-Varina High School Teacher of the Year.  She has presented at numerous state, district and national conventions and conducted a variety of NASPE Pipeline workshops from 2009-2012.  Charla... Read More →



Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Grand Pavillion B

11:00am

Curt Hinson's "Play-4-Fit: Games & Activities for Improving Fitness!" (Grand Pavillion A)
Overview: Join motivational physical education presenter Curt Hinson as he provides non-stop games and activities to develop both health-related and skill-related fitness components. Also, motivational techniques and strategies for increasing student participation and activity levels.
Details:  This action-packed session will includes games and activities to develop muscular strength & endurance; aerobic endurance; flexibility; speed; power; agility; and quickness. Also, includes strategies for increasing intrinsic motivation and self-responsibility in regards to staying physically active.

Speakers


Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Grand Pavillion A

11:00am

Duke Conrad's "Omnikin: Fitness Fun, Team Building, Cooperative Games, and Skill Development." (Winston Ballroom III)
Background: Experience all of the components of a quality physical education program by using Onmikin's 14" to 48" durable, light-weight balls.  Omnikin products and activities support the number one instructional best practice for physical educators... all students actively engaged in learning!

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Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Winston Ballroom III

11:00am

Freddie Lee Heath's "Dancing in the Streets to the Gym!" (Gaines Ballroom)
Freddie Lee Health is one of the most dynamic presenters on the planet! A former National Dance Teacher of the Year, he has presented at over 50 State Conventions across the United States.  While a dance educator by trade, this high-energy session was designed to demonstrate how physical education teachers can easily add dance into their curriculum in a fun and upbeat manner.  This session will empower you to bring relevance & rigor to your dance units!! Freddie Lee will be using dance moves that everyone can grasp, easily learn, and teach.  In addition, he will be providing copies of his dance DVDs free for every participant!  PS:  And they are great!!

Speakers
avatar for Freddie Lee Heath

Freddie Lee Heath

Senior Administrator, Wake County Public Schools
I was president of NCAAHPERD 2010 and National TOY/Dance 2010


Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)

11:00am

Luke Gramith's "Experience Speed Stacks-Skillastics – A Movement Based Group Activity!" (Winston Ballroom 1-BC)
Background: Two renowned educational brands have joined forces for 2018, Speed Stacks and Skillastics! This activity session will feature Speed Stacks NEW group based activity Speed Stacks-Skillastics!

Details:  1) Participants will gain knowledge of Sport Stacking and how to incorporate the sport year round.   2) Participants will experience how Sport Stacking encourages students to set goals and establish personal records and reinforces perseverance and practice as the way to improve those records. 3) Participants will experience how Sport Stacking reinforces the value of teamwork and the importance of never giving up.


Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Winston Ballroom I-BC

11:00am

 Ashlie Beavers' " Functional Fitness! It's for EVERY BODY!" (Piedmont Hall 1)
Background: Check out fitness activities focusing on functional movements involving real-world biomechanics and core musculature.  Each activity incorporates functional body movements with modifications for all students.
With: Courtney Field and Kelli Bisdee

Speakers
avatar for Ashlie Beavers

Ashlie Beavers

Adapted Physical Education, Guilford County Schools



Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Piedmont Hall 1

11:00am

 Kevin Moennich's "Effective Golf Instruction from University Physical Education" (Piedmont Hall 3)
Background: This hands-on session will introduce simple and effective drills and strategies that improve the knowledge and performance of golfers across a broad range of ability levels.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Moennich

Kevin Moennich

Lecturer / USGTF, NC State University



Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

11:00am

Jim Hammond's "Coaching Theories for Today's Athlete" (Conference 2)
What do we learn every year for successful coaching?  This presentation focuses on different philosophies, coaching absolutes, and experiences that are applicable for today's coach.

Speakers


Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Conference 2

11:00am

Jim Rich and Friends' "First Timers & Future Professionals Town Hall Meeting" (Piedmont Hall 2)
Background:  Prepare to be warmly greeted! Is this your first NCAAHPERD-SM State Convention as a teacher or college student? Would it be helpful for you to have the opportunity to ask questions?, meet "Old Timers" who are still enthusiastic?, get to know the "Movers & Shakers" within our organization?  If your answer is "Yes!," then this is a session custom-made for you!!
With: Mary Rich, Zana Whitmire, Larry "Mac" McDonald, Ron & Mel Champion, and others!
Special Guest: Jerry "You Should Have Been at My Table" Price!


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Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Piedmont Hall 2

11:00am

Kevin Wellman's "PE Draft Style -Let the Kids Pick What They Want" (Terrace 2)
Overview:  "PE Draft Style" is a middle school/high school "selectives" model where students are able to pick a sport with a teacher on Day 1 for a 2 or 3 week period.   Students stay the designated teacher for that time period. Rosters can be easily printed. After the 2/3 weeks, we will draft again.   The easy to follow spreadsheet document that we created can easily be shared with front office and other teachers  and can easily track the students location.

Students names will be color coded for next draft if they fail to follow rules or  participation.  This will help with picking next sport.   Our principal has been approved many times from other principals asking what we have done at our school with our department.  We have dropped the number of calls to the office for discipline which frees them up to be in other areas of the school.

Speakers

Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Terrace 2

11:00am

Kim Cooke's "Choice Led Health Classroom" (Terrace 1)
Focus: Learn how Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools developed, trained, and implemented a “Choice led health” curriculum for grades 6-12.  Through the use of choice boards, playlists, and health menu’s, teachers are able to personalize instruction for all learners. A choice led health classroom provides numerous solutions to increase student attention, recall information, and practice health related skills to use for a lifetime.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Kim Cooke

Dr. Kim Cooke

Health and PE curriculum specialist, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
Over 24 years advocating for quality physical education, physical activity, and health education programs.


Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Terrace 1

11:00am

[Digital Learning] Peter Kelpin's "Blending Technology into the Health Classroom EVERFI" (Terrace 3)
Overview: Health-Educators deserve 21st-Century solutions. Gain access to EVERFI, a digital platform empowering educators with free courses addressing today’s health crises: mental health, character and addiction.

Speakers
avatar for EverFi

EverFi

Director, K-12 Programs, EverFi
At EVERFI, we’re committed to giving everyone access to the knowledge and tools they need to make informed decisions, to go through life more confidently, and to be better versions of themselves. Our community engagement operating system and the partnerships that support it help... Read More →


Thursday November 1, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Terrace 3

12:00pm

LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
Thursday November 1, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Downtown Winston-Salem

12:00pm

(By Invitation Only) FRIENDS/Past Presidents/Retirees' Luncheon
This is an invitation only event to celebrate the work of the FRIENDS of NCAAHPERD-SM, our Past Presidents and Retirees!

Thursday November 1, 2018 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Hearn Ballroom, Marriott Hotel

12:00pm

"Sport Management Professional Lunch" > Location: TBA
Information: Please consider joining us for a free lunch for first time Sport Management faculty members at NCAAHPERD-SM Convention. Location is TBA.

Thursday November 1, 2018 12:00pm - 1:15pm
TBA

1:00pm

Judy Fowler and Shonna Snyder's "EdTPA Panel Discussion" (Piedmont Hall 1)
Background: Higher Education panel discussion to address edTPA implementation in health and physical education programs.
With: Shonna Snyder and Others


Thursday November 1, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Piedmont Hall 1

1:00pm

Paula Hudson Hildebrand and Linda Harrill Rudisill Present "The Thrill of Teaching, Puberty, Growth and Development" (Terrace 3)
Background: Sponsored by The NC School Health Training Center, join nationally-recognized health education experts Paula Hudson-Hildebrand and Linda Harrill Rudisill for this one-of-a-kind interactive and fun experience!  This unique double session provides instructional and assessment strategies and activities that  focus on teaching social, emotional and physical development of puberty. This will be essential for educators teaching middle school health education this year!

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Thursday November 1, 2018 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Terrace 3

1:15pm

Frances Clarke's "Physical Literacy in Dance Education" (Gaines Ballroom)
Overview: This presentation will unpack “Physical Literacy” as it applies to middle and high school, suggesting how to use Physical Literacy to enhance your teaching units.
Details: This presentation will have three objectives to explore: 1.     Physical Literacy has been around since 1987, when Margaret Whitehead defined it as “range of physical capacities that would enable individual persons to . . . .  help them to become richer persons both in themselves and in respect of that which they know about the world”.   Globally, physical literacy has been utilized to target “educating the whole child”, not just the mind.  This presentation show how this can be translated to NC classrooms, specifically middle and high schools where the need is greatest. 2.    Simply put, Physical Literacy means the ability to use your body in time, space and range to its fullest capability in order to be the best person you can be”.  Dance educators focus on this every day.  This presentation will discuss how do we apply the concepts of Bloom’s Taxonomy in our unit plans to illustrate what we already do? 3.    It is easy to see how this ties right back in to the Laban Elements of Dance:  Body, Action, Time, Space and Energy.  We often base our dance units around exposing how these elements work in dance.  This presentation will also show how these elements work in Physical Literacy.

Speakers
avatar for Frances Clarke

Frances Clarke

Doctoral Student, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Fran Clarke is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the Cato School of Education of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She is an experienced dance educator with over thirty years invested as a performer and educator with a Master’s Degree in... Read More →



Thursday November 1, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)

1:15pm

Kim Cooke & Friends' "B3: Brain, Body, Behavior for Elementary School Children" (Piedmont Hall 3)
Overview: Do you know children who fidget, wiggle, and chew their shirts?  If so, "B3" can satisfy a student’s need for movement and prepare their brains for learning.  Please consider attending this team-taught session with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' "Brain, Body & Behavior" Specialists - Kim Cooke, Andrew Romberger and Keith Kraemer!  We're presenting in the biggest space available at #NCAAHPERDSM18, so it's gonna be great!!

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Kim Cooke

Dr. Kim Cooke

Health and PE curriculum specialist, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
Over 24 years advocating for quality physical education, physical activity, and health education programs.


Thursday November 1, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Piedmont Hall 3

1:15pm

Lara Brickhouse's "APE Ideas and Resources Every Teacher Will Love!" (Grand Pavillion A)
Overview: Explore simplistic ways to include literacy, technology, and FUN through innovative, thought-provoking lessons. Learn strategies that decrease anxiety and encourage success of all parties involved!
Details: Session will focus on simple, creative ways to incorporate literacy and technology into Adapted PE lessons and activities.  Decrease stress, increase student growth.


Thursday November 1, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Grand Pavillion A

1:15pm

Mark Strazzer's "Teaching Self-Officiating and Conflict Resolution through Ultimate Frisbee" (Winston Ballroom 1-BC)
Background: Ultimate Frisbee is a self-officiated sport guided by the spirit of the game. Athletes learn conflict resolution skills as they play and hold themselves accountable for their actions and problem solve with players as they play.

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Thursday November 1, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston Ballroom I-BC

1:15pm

Bryan Hedrick's "A Can't Miss Introductory Activity for the Health Classroom" (Terrace 1)
Focus: This interactive session will provide participants with a powerful introductory activity that connects students to different dimensions of wellness and creates a positive classroom environment.

Speakers
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Bryan Hedrick

Professor, Elon University


Thursday November 1, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Terrace 1

1:15pm

Chip Gill's "What Every Coach and Athletic Director Needs to Know" (Conference 2)
Running an organized and safe program to be successful.

Speakers


Thursday November 1, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Conference 2

1:15pm

Jihoun An's "Developing Healthy Behaviors of Students with Disabilities: Needs and Implications" (Piedmont Hall 2)
Overview: To discuss health/physical education programs and services for K-12 students with disabilities in schools by evaluating NC Policies and implemented programs in Pitt County schools.
Details: Studies have reported that children and adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities have a higher prevalence of being overweight and obese due to the nature of disabling conditions, medication intake, poor diet, and physical inactivity. More importantly, they lack awareness and comprehension to prevent weight problems and to develop healthy behaviors. The purpose of this session is to discuss the needs of health-promoting programs (e.g., healthy eating, physical activity) in the curriculum of health and PE for students with disabilities by addressing the continuum of services in health and PE, program opportunities, and the roles of educational professionals.
With: Jim Decker, Jeff Pizzutilla, Mike Dawson, Michele Mazey, Jonathan Wells and Chandler Elliot-Wint.

Speakers

Thursday November 1, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Piedmont Hall 2

1:15pm

Victor Romano's " The Evolution of the Physical Education Undergraduate Degree" (Terrace 2)
Background: This presentation proposes a curriculum change to the physical education degree to an exercise science degree foundation, with physical education courses as a concentration/track.

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Thursday November 1, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Terrace 2

1:15pm

[Digital Learning] Joe Gooden's "Blue, Yellow, Red Zones: Effort Based-Physical Education Activities" (Winston Ballroom III)
Background: Participants will learn to use live data from heart rate sensors for movement data, to self-direct/self-regulate the effort of their activity.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Gooden

Joe Gooden

Director of Physical Education, Heart Zones
Joe Gooden has over two decades of experience working with physical educators, district administrators and IT Coordinators in a sales and IT support capacity, He is a committed to making the transition into successfully employing digital devices for Physical Education teachers to... Read More →



Thursday November 1, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston Ballroom III

1:30pm

Sport Management's "A Strategy for Educating Students about the Active Shooter" & "What Motivates Our Youth When Purchasing Athletic Apparel and Goods?" (Conference 1)
 This is a double blocked session with the following two presentations:
(1) "A Strategy for Educating Students about the Active Shooter"
 Presenters: Cara McFadden and James Dibiasi, Elon University

(2) "What Motivates Our Youth When Purchasing Athletic Apparel and Goods?"
Presenters: 
  • Minyong Lee, North Carolina A&T State University
  • Meg Sumner, North Carolina A&T State University
  • Alonzo Winfield, North Carolina A&T State University

Thursday November 1, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Conference 1

2:30pm

Charla Krahnke and Friends' "Mixing It Up With TOYS!" (Grand Pavillion B)
Background: Join some of our National and  NC Teacher of The Years for their favorite activity or dance.  A session you do not want to miss!
With: Lara Brickhouse, National Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year; Gabe Ervin, North Carolina Elementary PE Teacher of the Year; Melanie Champion, National Middle School PE Teacher of the Year; Freddie Lee Heath, National Dance Education Teacher of the Year



Speakers
avatar for Charla Krahnke

Charla Krahnke

North Carolina, National High School PE Teacher of the Year; Two Time State Championship Coach
Charla Krahnke was the 2013 National High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and the 2012 Fuquay-Varina High School Teacher of the Year.  She has presented at numerous state, district and national conventions and conducted a variety of NASPE Pipeline workshops from 2009-2012.  Charla... Read More →



Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Grand Pavillion B

2:30pm

Don Puckett's "Cooperative and Problem Solving Activities" (Winston Ballroom III)
Background: Participants will take part in a variety of fun K-12 problem solving and cooperative activities using various physical skills that enhance  overall critical thinking and improves total group participation!

Speakers


Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Winston Ballroom III

2:30pm

Frances Clarke's "How to Use Physical Literacy in your Advocacy Toolbox" (Gaines Ballroom)
Overview: This presentation will unpack Physical Literacy for dance educators, and suggest ways to use its’ strong points to advocate for your dance program.
Focus: As dedicated dance educators, we have had to be strong, focused, organized, and able to think quickly on our feet.  This presentation is designed to be another tool in a dance teacher’s academic toolbox, in order to facilitate the fine balance between preserving the artistic element of teaching dance, and justifying what we do in a language accessible to principals and parents alike.

Speakers
avatar for Frances Clarke

Frances Clarke

Doctoral Student, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Fran Clarke is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the Cato School of Education of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She is an experienced dance educator with over thirty years invested as a performer and educator with a Master’s Degree in... Read More →



Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)

2:30pm

Jeff Pizzutilla and Friends' "Teaching Games for Understanding" (Winston Ballroom 1-BC)
Background: A practical approach to integrating skill development through games.  An activity based session demonstrating the Teaching Games for Understanding model.
With: Mike Dawson, Christian Stupienski, Casey Goodwin, Asia Henry and Mason Pyper

Speakers
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Jeff Pizzutilla

Physical Education Program Director, East Carolina University



Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Winston Ballroom I-BC

2:30pm

Sarah Watson & Friends' "Functional Knowledge in Middle School Health: Strategies for Maximizing Effectiveness" (Piedmont Hall 1)
Background: This session focuses on how to use student-led centers to develop health-related fitness knowledge for middle school health education. Effective sample strategies will be shared.
With: Macy Brinson and Charley Cox (Meredith College)

Speakers

Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Piedmont Hall 1

2:30pm

Chavis Gash's "Teammates Not "Terror-mates" Bullying in Sports!" (Conference 2)
Background: This session will address’s the epidemic of bullying on our fields, courts and locker rooms. Whether it’s team hazing, name-calling during a game or direct intimidation by teammates these tactics simply cannot be tolerated. "Be a Bull Against Bullying" program speakers outline different strategies and techniques that help identify, manage and suppress bullying with team structure.

Speakers
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Chavis Gash

Lead Presneter, Vision Seekers



Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Conference 2

2:30pm

Debbie Bryant's "Getting Stakeholder Support When Teaching Reproductive Health and Safety" (Piedmont Hall 3)
Overview: Learn about Buncombe County School's district-wide Reproductive Health and Safety program with a focus on consistency and transparency, allowing us to reach/maintain a  99% participation rate.
With: Amanda Gladys, Health Educator; Jim Taylor, Health Educator; Kathy Marlowe, Health Educator

Speakers
avatar for Debbie Bryant

Debbie Bryant

Healthful Living Curriculum Specialist, Buncombe County Schools


Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Piedmont Hall 3

2:30pm

Mary McCarley's "10 Strategies to Create a Fun and Motivating Health Classroom" (Terrace 1)
Background: Join Shape America’s 2016 Southern District Health Teacher of the Year, Mary McCarley, as she shares motivating standard-based strategies and assessments. Teachers will leave with 10 new ideas and assessments.

Speakers
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Mary McCarley

Mary McCarley is the National Content Specialist for Health Education with Goodheart-Willcox and co-author of their middle school health education textbook. She is a former health and physical education teacher in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools. Mary has 15 years of teaching experience... Read More →


Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Terrace 1

2:30pm

 Morgan Wittman Gramann's "Advocacy 101: How to Advocate for Your School!" (Terrace 2)
Background:  Learn to be an advocate for your physical education program! This is an advocacy presentation that will teach you how to become a better advocate for important issues that matter to you and your students. The presentation will also discuss the importance of advocacy for school resources and outline organizations that have campaigns centered around improving school wellness.  


Speakers
avatar for Morgan Gramann

Morgan Gramann

Executive Director, North Carolina Alliance for Health
The North Carolina Alliance for Health (NCAH) is an independent, statewide coalition of individuals and organizations with a commitment to educating the public by disseminating research, data, and evidence-based solutions to reduce obesity and tobacco use in the state. We convene... Read More →


Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Terrace 2

2:30pm

[Digital Learning] Scott Townsend's " Flipping the Script in HPE: A Flipped Learning Approach" (Piedmont Hall 2)
Background: Come learn an innovative way to use online and face-to-face instruction in your physical education classes to enhance students physical literacy without compromising activity time and skill and fitness outcomes.

Speakers
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J Scott Townsend

Professor, Appalachian State University


Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Piedmont Hall 2

2:30pm

[Literacy] Carol Cranford's AIM4PIE: USING PHYSICAL INTENSITY TO LEARN ON THE MOVE! (Grand Pavillion A)
The AIM4PIE® presentation will be a hands-on session which will give participants a comprehension look at the value this patented game kit will bring to any elementary PE program.  AIM 4 PIE, (Academics In Motion 4 Physical Intensity Everyday), is based on 200 individually lettered balls where students, working in teams, quickly find letters to build words and then perform physical objectives with the balls.  The collaborative concept is very naturally learned… words are just letters on a team! Any health concept may be delivered by playing AIM4PIE.  

We will be playing the Healthy Heart PIE Picks activity during this demonstration. Students decide as a team which is the healthier choice and spell the word (see sample task cards below-complete set includes task cards for making healthy choices focusing on: Health- Exercise-Nutrition content).                                        
I will also share my adjusted version of Dr Hellison’s levels of behavior for K-2nd grade students. (“If it works for you—it works.”)   And boy did it ever work! To witness very young students respond to the freedom of personal behavior self evaluation was one of the most powerful and effective class management tools I have ever used.

Speakers
CC

Carol Cranford

Founder/Owner, AIM 4 PIE LLC
Carol Cranford has taught Physical Education for 27 years. Her first two years teaching were in the science classroom so the combination of academics paired with movement is a natural fit. With her out of the box P.E. program she was voted teacher of the year in 1997 at Arab Primary... Read More →



Thursday November 1, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Grand Pavillion A

3:30pm

3:45pm

Thursday's "2018 NCAAHPERD-SM Awards General Session" with Paula Hildebrand; #PhysEd Talk by John Smith (Winston Ballroom II)
Please join us for the 2018 NCAAHPERD-SM Awards Ceremony, followed by John Smith's #PhysEd Talk!


Speakers
avatar for John Smith

John Smith

New Jersey, National Elementary PE Teacher of the Year; National High School Basketball Coach of the Year
John Smith is the Flaghouse Educational Consultant and has taught for over 40 years. An outstanding national presenter, he was the 1989 NASPE National Teacher of the Year and the 2005 National High School Basketball Coach of the Year. He is responsible for building stronger connections... Read More →


Thursday November 1, 2018 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Winston Ballroom II

5:00pm

NCAAHPERD-SM Association Business Meetings
Please consider learning more about your State Associations, hear the plans for the upcoming year, vote for new Association Vice Presidents, etc.

Thursday November 1, 2018 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Winston Ballroom II

6:00pm

Sport Management Coalition Social (To Be Announced)
Thursday November 1, 2018 6:00pm - 7:30pm
TBA

8:30pm

John Smith's Thursday Night "Minute-to-Win It Game Social" (Gaines Ballroom)
TBD

Speakers
avatar for John Smith

John Smith

New Jersey, National Elementary PE Teacher of the Year; National High School Basketball Coach of the Year
John Smith is the Flaghouse Educational Consultant and has taught for over 40 years. An outstanding national presenter, he was the 1989 NASPE National Teacher of the Year and the 2005 National High School Basketball Coach of the Year. He is responsible for building stronger connections... Read More →



Thursday November 1, 2018 8:30pm - 10:00pm
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)

10:30pm

Student Majors Association's "Everything But the Kitchen Sink" Social!
This will be an "All Out" Social for College & University Students. An NCAAHPERD-SM State Convention first!

Thursday November 1, 2018 10:30pm - 11:59pm
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)
 
Friday, November 2
 

7:15am

Friday Morning Registration (Winston Ballroom 1-A)
Registration for the 2018 NCAAHPERD-SM State Convention will take place in Winston Ballroom I-A. This is the first ballroom to your left as your enter the Benton Convention Center.  Please look for our NCAAHPERD-SM green runway carpet with our amazing team of Friendly Greeters that will welcome you to the Registration Area!

* Please note that our Registration Area will be open all day!


Friday November 2, 2018 7:15am - 8:30am
Winston Ballroom I-A

7:30am

** Scott William's "S.I.C.K. Beats to Move Your Feet!" (Winston Ballroom III)
Background:  Dance phobic?  Born with "two right feet?"  If so, please consider bring your feet to Scott William's "come as you are" session that will get your feet tapping and then joyfully moving!  Please join this fun and upbeat session for dances that are sure to be Simple, In-the-Grove, and Catchy for Kids of all ages!

* Please note that this session will stop immediately at 8:15 am so that Scott will have enough time to begin our #NCAAHPERDSM18 "PEP Rally" in Winston Ballroom II at 8:30 AM!!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Williams

Scott Williams

Meriwether Lewis Elementary, Albemarle County Schools
Scott Williams graduated from Fairmont State University in West Virginia in 2001with a BA in Physical Education (K-12) and Health Education (5-12). He receivedhis MS in Athletic Coaching from West Virginia University in 2003. Scott hasbeen teaching elementary physical education at... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 7:30am - 8:15am
Winston Ballroom III

7:30am

** Mike Morris' "EXTREME Creativity: #Physed Activities that will BLOW your Mind!" (Winston Ballroom 1-BC)
Background: Please consider joining in on the fun!  Mike Morris is known for his energetic and motivational presentation - just what you'll need to start your day off on the right foot!! This highly active session will provide teachers with purposeful, and EXTREMELY innovative activities that are guaranteed to spark student interest, and make learning fun.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Morris

Mike Morris

Physical Education Teacher, Nash Rocky Mount Public Schools
Mike Morris is an energetic and dynamic elementary physical education teacher in Rocky Mount, North Carolina where he currently teaches at Baskerville Elementary and Red Oak Elementary Schools. His passion includes sharing ideas with others, creating new and innovative physical education... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 7:30am - 8:20am
Winston Ballroom I-BC

8:00am

EXHIBITS OPEN! > 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Friday November 2, 2018 8:00am - 3:30pm
Exihibits' Hall

8:30am

Scott William's "Friday Morning PEP Rally" (Winston Ballroom II)
Please come to our Thursday Morning "NCAAHPERD-SM PEP Rally" that takes places in Winston Ballroom II.  This 15-minute energizer will be led by Scott "The Dancing Man" Williams, the Southern District Dance Teacher of the Year!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Williams

Scott Williams

Meriwether Lewis Elementary, Albemarle County Schools
Scott Williams graduated from Fairmont State University in West Virginia in 2001with a BA in Physical Education (K-12) and Health Education (5-12). He receivedhis MS in Athletic Coaching from West Virginia University in 2003. Scott hasbeen teaching elementary physical education at... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 8:30am - 8:45am
Winston Ballroom II

8:45am

Friday Morning General Session with Keynoter Jim DeLine (Texas) [Winston Ballroom II]
Jim DeLine is one of America's premier physical education experts!  Please join us as he delivers an uplifting and motivational keynote based on his 25+ year journey as a teacher, curriculum writer, and platform speaker!

Speakers
avatar for Jim DeLine

Jim DeLine

C.E.O. Chief Encouraging Officer, Texas
My name is Jim DeLine and I am a physical education teacher at Highland Park Elementary in Austin, Texas. Here's a bit more about me: CEO (Chief Encouragement Officer), God, Family, Blessed Husband, Proud Dad, National Presenter, Crazy Mad Minor League Baseball Fan!  If I can be... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 8:45am - 9:45am
Winston Ballroom II

10:00am

Anne Sluder's "Balance Bikes: Getting Kids Biking in Kindergarten Physical Education" (Piedmont Hall 2)
Overview: Experience using glider bikes to assist students toward mastering a pedal bike.  We will talk techniques, get hands on experience, see curriculum and grant applications!



Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Piedmont Hall 2

10:00am

Debbie Bryant's "Groovin' Around the Globe" (Gaines Ballroom)
Overview: Join in on the fun as we take a virtual trip around the world while incorporating drumming and dance.
With: Mandy Gladys, John Gibson, and Tammy Gregg

Speakers
avatar for Debbie Bryant

Debbie Bryant

Healthful Living Curriculum Specialist, Buncombe County Schools



Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)

10:00am

Duke Conrad's "KIN-Ball: A Non-Traditional Action-Packed Game!" (Winston Ballroom 1-BC)
Background: The sport of KIN-BALL requires skills & strategies not found in any traditional athletic competition.  No physical contact, no intimidation, no interference, and no one left out.  Every member of the team is involved in the continuous action.  Promotes cooperation, speed, agility,aerobic activity, coordination, flexibility, and sportsmanship. The only equipment needed is the official 48" kin-Ball.  Play inside or out.  Have a ball!

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Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Winston Ballroom I-BC

10:00am

Gabe Ervin and Charla Krahnke's " Physical Education Activities in a Snap!" (Grand Pavillion B)
Background: Physical educators know and understand the need to get students active and engaged as soon as they enter PE. This collection of instant activities will help teachers get students moving quickly, while also providing meaningful learning tasks designed to work toward grade-level outcomes.
Presenter: Gabe Ervin is a former North Carolina Elementary PE Teacher of the Year.

Speakers
avatar for Charla Krahnke

Charla Krahnke

North Carolina, National High School PE Teacher of the Year; Two Time State Championship Coach
Charla Krahnke was the 2013 National High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and the 2012 Fuquay-Varina High School Teacher of the Year.  She has presented at numerous state, district and national conventions and conducted a variety of NASPE Pipeline workshops from 2009-2012.  Charla... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Grand Pavillion B

10:00am

Jordan Weber's "Train Us Forward Fitness (TUFF): Empowering Opportunities in Fitness for Individuals with Disabilities" (Piedmont Hall 3)
Background: We created a nonprofit organization that specializes in adapted personal training and community fitness classes for individuals with disabilities and taught by individuals with disabilities in Wilmington, North Carolina.  Train Us Forward Fitness or (TUFF) utilizes a structured approach to modifying and adapting physical exercises using a dance, fitness and yoga routine.  Students can take this program home and attempt to carry out the program during the week or summer months when TUFF is not in operation.  We will bring a print out of the script of the class as well as the take-home assessment guide for parents to sign off on.
With: Sue Combs, Steve Elliott and Amelia Huelskamp

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Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

10:00am

 Randy Kempke's "Foam Coated Balls are Not for Dodgeball" (Winston Ballroom III)
Overview:  Led by Randy Kempke, a well-travelled presenter with a love of teaching! This fun and interactive session will cover a variety of fitness and game activities using foam coated balls which align to SHAPE National Standards for all grade levels.

Speakers
avatar for Randy Kempke

Randy Kempke

National Presenter, ADA Sports and Rackets
Randy Kempke, National PresenterBSE Physical Education, Emporia State University - 1984Former College Tennis PlayerFormer Tennis Teaching ProFormer USTA/Missouri Valley CoordinatorOver 30 years in the businessState AHPERD/SHAPE Presenter in over 25 states and in CanadaProfessional... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Winston Ballroom III

10:00am

Eungsoo Oh's "Introduction of New Sport Development: Fhun-EBall" (Terrace 3)
Background: The purpose of this proposal is to introduce a new sport, Fhun-Eball  and discuss the new sport development process.
With: Jiho Kim, Daniel McLaughlin

Speakers
avatar for EungSoo Oh

EungSoo Oh

Professor, DongA univ. in Korea
I am a professor from S. Korea and invented two new sports which are very useful for teachers to teach children more actively participate in PE activity.Those new sports are called 'Fhun-E ball,' and 'abC funEball'


Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Terrace 3

10:00am

John Acquaviva's "Comparing Nutrition Knowledge of College Athletes and Their Coaches" (Conference 2)
Overview: It is accepted that sound nutrition impacts sports performance, thus this session will discuss original research comparing nutritional knowledge of Division II athletes and their coaches.
With:  LeAnn Demitrovits

Speakers


Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Conference 2

10:00am

Judy Fowler's " I Earned My Degree...Now What?" (Piedmont Hall 1)
Description: Are you a student major who is about to graduate?  Come learn some tips and secrets to successfully transition into the professional world.
With: Austin Elmore

Speakers


Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Piedmont Hall 1

10:00am

Lisa Queen and Shana Whitley's "Innovatiave Strategies for Teaching Reproductive Health and Safety" (Terrace 1)
Overview: Strategies and resources to effectively teach reproductive health and safety.  The session will allow time to navigate online resources and other technology tools.
Details: Ideas for Bringing Technology in the Health Classroom Turning paper and pencil activities into Kahoots or Quizlet.live Using Socrative as warm up, exit tickets and quizzes From posters to Piktochart and Thinglink

Speakers
SW

Shana Whitley

Health/PE Teacher


Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Terrace 1

10:00am

Shonna Snyder's "Jumping Into Skills Based Health Education" (Terrace 2)
Overview: This session will provide the veteran and the rookie an overview of health education skills and some tips and resources for implementing skills-based curricula.

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Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Terrace 2

10:00am

 [Literacy] Stephanie Mitchell's " PE Plus...Physical Activities with Intergration!" (Grand Pavillion A)
Overview: Great physical education activities for upper elementary/early middle school students PLUS integration of other subject areas.



Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Grand Pavillion A

10:00am

Sport Management's "2018 NC Sport Management Coalition Case Study Competition" and "Awards" (Conference 1)
Background: This is a double block session with the following agenda items - 
  • Special Guest Speaker: Kim Pate, Athletic Director at Lenoir Rhyne
  • 2018 NC Sport Management Coalition Case Study Competition (TBA)
    • Case Study (1st, 2nd, 3rd): Topics Ideas - Consider Differences in Marketing and Promotion at D-II Schools.
  • 2018 NC Sport Management Awards
    • Sport Management Student of the Year
    • Sport Management Educator of the Year

Friday November 2, 2018 10:00am - 12:00pm
Conference 1

11:00am

Cindy Clodfelter's " Pickleball and Physical Education" (Piedmont Hall 2)
Background: Recreational and competitive benefits of pickleball as an low cost activity for Middle and High School students.
With: Cara Langston, Albert Noda and Others

Speakers
CC

Cindy Clodfelter

Ambassador, USAPA
I currently serve as a USAPA ambassador for the great sport of Pickleball. It is a Big Dill-sharing my passion for the game and meeting new friends. It is fast, fun, and competitive. Step on the court and it will be clear why this sweet game with a sour name is so popular. Pickleball... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Piedmont Hall 2

11:00am

Doug Smith's " Treasure Island: An Inclusive Invasion Game Unit for Elementary School Students" (Grand Pavillion B)
Background: See how to begin to implement a Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) Model via an innovative invasion game of "Treasure Island."  By attending this session, you will begin to appreciate basic Invasion Game concepts, part of the Teaching Games for Understanding Model.  Games are leveled so that students understand basic concepts of invasion games such as soccer, basketball, field hockey, etc.

Speakers


Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Grand Pavillion B

11:00am

Jesse Stapp's "ACTION! Team Activities for Everyone!" (Winston Ballroom III)
Overview: Participants will learn new ice breakers, lead-ups/small-sided activities and several new large group games. We will focus on maximizing MVPA, team-building and national/state PE standards.

Speakers
avatar for Jesse Stapp

Jesse Stapp

Regional Sales Manager, Gopher Sport
Regional Sales Manager for Gopher Sport- East Coast, Husband, Father, Firefighter, Golden Gopher, Hot dog eating champion


Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Winston Ballroom III

11:00am

Jim DeLine's Session (Piedmont Hall 3)
In this fun-based activity session, Jim DeLine will be sharing gobs and gobs of his favorite non-stop activities to the delight and pleasure of all who attend!

Speakers
avatar for Jim DeLine

Jim DeLine

C.E.O. Chief Encouraging Officer, Texas
My name is Jim DeLine and I am a physical education teacher at Highland Park Elementary in Austin, Texas. Here's a bit more about me: CEO (Chief Encouragement Officer), God, Family, Blessed Husband, Proud Dad, National Presenter, Crazy Mad Minor League Baseball Fan!  If I can be... Read More →


Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

11:00am

Luke Gramith's " Step Up Your Sport Stacking Program - An Advanced Lesson of Sport Stacking!" (Grand Pavillion A)
Description: This fun activity session will showcase the ‘Sport’ of Sport Stacking. This session will teach the cycle pattern and how to implement healthy competition with your Sport Stacking program.

Speakers
avatar for Matt Burk

Matt Burk

Director of Physical Education and Sports Programs, Speed Stacks, Inc.
My passion for youth development has been shared through 10 plus years of coaching kids of all ages in multiple sports. As the Director of Physical Education and Sports Programs at Speed Stacks, I am able to share my passion for sports and physical Education activities with today's... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Grand Pavillion A

11:00am

Scott William's "Mix Master MADNESS! Using Music Mixes to Enhance Your Dance" (Gaines Ballroom)
Overview: You'll have a blast when you join into the fun! It's halftime shows, flash mobs, talent shows, oh my! These routines and music mixes will take your dance performances to the next level!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Williams

Scott Williams

Meriwether Lewis Elementary, Albemarle County Schools
Scott Williams graduated from Fairmont State University in West Virginia in 2001with a BA in Physical Education (K-12) and Health Education (5-12). He receivedhis MS in Athletic Coaching from West Virginia University in 2003. Scott hasbeen teaching elementary physical education at... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)

11:00am

Teri Schlosser's "No More Herding Cats with these Classroom Management Strategies!" (Winston Ballroom I-BC)
Teaching strategies in PE,  lesson planning and classroom managment, promote MVPA and learning. Organizing students and equipment more effectively keeps students on task and learning.

Speakers


Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Winston Ballroom I-BC

11:00am

Dan Grube's "A Professional Development Model for Service, Management, Assessment and Leadership" (Terrace 3)
Background: The Catamount School (WCU Lab School) provides experiential learning opportunities for HPE teacher candidates in service learning, classroom/behavior management, standards-based assessment, and leadership. In 2016, the NC legislature mandated laboratory schools for 8 UNC System universities. The first year of the new legislation, two new lab schools opened. The Catamount School for grades 6, 7, and 8 provided opportunities for students in under-performing schools to enroll in a new, innovative environment for teaching and learning in cooperation with the Jackson County Schools and WCU. WCU's health and physical education program provided daily health and physical education to all students for the entire school year. The program was based on a professional development model centered on the major tenets of service, leadership, assessment and management. Teacher candidates learned through experience and reflection how to work with students in middle grades under the supervision of an embedded faculty member serving as clinical site coordinator and instructor.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Grube

Dan Grube

Director, School of Teaching and Learning, Western Carolina University
Adventure-Based Learning, International/Global Education, Experiential Learning, Physical Education Pedagogy, Educator Preparation in NC, UNC Lab School Initiative


Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Terrace 3

11:00am

Dennis Johnson and Dan McLaughlin's "Healthy Competition in Youth Sport" (Conference 2)
Description: This session will  provide strategies for promoting healthy competition in youth sport.
With: Dan McLaughlin

Speakers
DJ

dennis johnson

President, Hem-View Consultants
Retired from Wingate University...President of Hem-View Consultants specializing in sport leadership. Currently working for NWCA delivering CEO Leadership training for high school and college wrestling coaches.
avatar for Dan McLaughlin

Dan McLaughlin

HPE Coordinator, Wingate University



Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Conference 2

11:00am

Judy Fowler and Shonna Snyder's "Tips and Tricks to Pass the edTPA" (Piedmont Hall 1)
Background: Participants will learn information and helpful tips and tricks to help them be successful in passing the state required edTPA.  Resources will be provided.


Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Piedmont Hall 1

11:00am

Stephanie Little's " Why Should Practitioners Care: Applying Research to Real Teaching" (Terrace 1)
Background: This session focuses on how to take the latest research findings in HPE and apply to improve teaching. Motor and health skill development as well as physical activity will be highlighted.

Speakers

Friday November 2, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Terrace 1

12:00pm

LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
Friday November 2, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Downtown Winston-Salem

1:00pm

2018 POSTER Sessions (Exhibits' Area)
Our 2018 Poster Sessions include work by:
  • Kendall Hihn's Impact of Self-Recorded Personal Progress Cards on Student Growth in High School Female Weight Lifting Classes" (East Carolina University)
  • Dr. Amy Linder's "Physical Activity Behaviors among Traditional and Non-Traditional College Students" (North Carolina Central University)
  • Hannah Sobieski's "Effective Assessment in Health Education" ( East Carolina University)
  • Carrie Bruce's " Identifying Differences in Behavioral Observations between Teachers and Autistic Students in the General Education Classroom" ( East Carolina University)
  • Dr. Gloria Elliott's "Research in APE: Children Books and Service Learning" (North Carolina A&T State University)



Friday November 2, 2018 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Exhibits' Hall

1:15pm

Sport Management's "Ignite Student Competition"
Theme: TBA

Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Conference 1

1:15pm

Amanda Motsinger's "MVPA Matters - Let’s Get Your Kids Moving" (Piedmont Hall 2)
Overview: Marathon Kids is on mission to get kids moving.   Come learn how we   increase MVPA, improve children's self-confidence, and develop healthy habits.
Details: This will be Marathon Kids first time attending the NCAAHPERD and we are excited to be here!  We are mission to combat the sedentary epidemic that's occurring by providing the tools, resources, and training to willing adults who are ready to be the change agent in their community.  We would love the opportunity for a breakout session.

Speakers

Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Piedmont Hall 2

1:15pm

Jesse Stapp's "ACTION! Team Activities" (Grand Pavillion A)
Description: Participants will learn new ice breakers, lead-ups/small-sided activities and several new large group games. We will focus on maximizing MVPA, team-building and national/state PE standards.

Speakers
avatar for Jesse Stapp

Jesse Stapp

Regional Sales Manager, Gopher Sport
Regional Sales Manager for Gopher Sport- East Coast, Husband, Father, Firefighter, Golden Gopher, Hot dog eating champion


Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston Ballroom I-BC

1:15pm

Jordan Weber's "Adapted Hockey Progression Skills" (Winston Balroom 3)
Overview: This activity-based seminar will include ways to implement adapted hockey strategies for all individuals.
Description: We will break down the fundamental hockey skills during this session and teach individuals how to carryout an effective task progression in hockey related skill learning.
With: Sue Combs, Steve Elliott and Amelia Huelskamp

Speakers

Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Winston Ballroom III

1:15pm

Lara Brickhouse's "Make-It Take-It - Sensory Friendly Fun!" (Piedmont Hall 3)
Overview:  Your presenter is Lara Brickhouse, a National Adapted PE Teacher of the Year! This activity session will provide hands-on opportunities to create simple gadgets, activities, and visual supports that encourage student success and functional skill development of students with various sensory integration needs.
Details: This session will enable attendees to make an item - small toy/activity or visual support (picture schedule, first then board, etc) and take it with them!  Make it Take it with a cool twist.



Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Piedmont Hall 3

1:15pm

Tammy Hanna's "Dances Your Students Will Beg You To Do!" (Gaines Ballroom)
Description: Join Tammy Hanna, Virginia AHPERD's two-time State Dance Education Teacher of the Year! All new, exciting dances for all ages to the hottest songs.  Walk away with everything you need to recreate your experience: music, written notation, video resources, technology tips, and connections to academic content.  No previous experience necessary, come one and all for a dance party with great teaching value.

Speakers
avatar for Tammy Hanna

Tammy Hanna

HPE Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools
Tammy is a veteran teacher of over 20 years. By day, she works as a HPE teacher for Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS) in the Richmond, Virginia area, but her commitment to the profession doesn’t stop there. She is a host to student teachers and practicum students, mentors new... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)

1:15pm

 Ami Gibson's " bRING It! to Physical Education!" (Grand Pavillion A)
Overview:  "bRING It" is an interactive session that focuses on activities using different types of rings (hoops, deck rings, etc...) in a physical education class. The rings are a great tool for cooperative activities, fitness, and tossing or catching.

Speakers

Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Grand Pavillion A

1:15pm

Deirdre Moyer's "Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child: Passion, Purpose, and Driven" (Conference 2)
Background: A public health educator's college experience lead to a life full of being passionate, purposeful, and driven to an overall lifestyle change that is present in her day to day work with the WSCC Model.

Speakers
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Deirdre Moyer

Student and Family Health Education and Engagement Coordinator, Rockingham County Schools
NCAAHPERD and National PE Institute


Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Conference 2

1:15pm

Lance Pickeral's "Successful EdTPA portfolio? Tips for Cooperating Teacher's and Student Teacher's" (Terrace 3)
Overview: Planning, instruction, and assessment tasks will be explained to provide a better understanding for submitting a successful EdTPA portfolio.

Speakers
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Lance Pickeral

Program Coordinator of HLPE, Greensboro College


Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Terrace 3

1:15pm

Mary McCarley's "10 Ways to Create a Skills-Based Health Classroom" (Terrace 1)
Overview: Join Shape America’s 2016 Southern District Health Teacher of the Year, Mary McCarley, as she shares skills-based health assessments and activities. Teachers will leave with 8 new skills-based activities and assessments.

Speakers
avatar for Mary McCarley

Mary McCarley

Mary McCarley is the National Content Specialist for Health Education with Goodheart-Willcox and co-author of their middle school health education textbook. She is a former health and physical education teacher in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools. Mary has 15 years of teaching experience... Read More →


Friday November 2, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Terrace 1

2:15pm

Sport Management's "Student Presentations" (Conference 1)
Student Presentations:
(1) "Perception of Gambling among African American
College Student Athletes"
Presenters: Robert Lindsey & Tyree Bailey- Johnson C. Smith University
2) "Perception of Coaching Competency among African
American College Student Athletes"
Presenters: Robert Lindsey & Christian Kirchman- Johnson C. Smith University

Friday November 2, 2018 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Conference 1

2:30pm

Cenyu Yang's "Camouflage Fitness Activities for All Ages" (Grand Pavillion B)
Overview: There are so many ways to move that do not have to feel like exercise!   Join us for this fun filled session of ideas for fitness disguised as FUN! We will open this session up to other attendees  at the end and allow them to share their camo ideas as well.  We have used this format the past several years with GREAT SUCCESS!!!!
With: MacKenzie Seagle and HPE Majors from WCU

Speakers


Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Grand Pavillion B

2:30pm

Charla Krahnke's "Sport Education: Empowering Your Students To Success" (Grand Pavillion A)
Background: Participants will engage in a Badminton sport education season that promotes physical literacy, while maximizing student participation, engagement, empowerment, and leadership . Sport Education in action!
Your Presenter: Charla Krahnke has travelled extensively across the United States as SHAPE America's National High School Physical Education Teacher-of-the-Year!  Please join her to learn more about how the Sport Education Model works!

Speakers
avatar for Charla Krahnke

Charla Krahnke

North Carolina, National High School PE Teacher of the Year; Two Time State Championship Coach
Charla Krahnke was the 2013 National High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and the 2012 Fuquay-Varina High School Teacher of the Year.  She has presented at numerous state, district and national conventions and conducted a variety of NASPE Pipeline workshops from 2009-2012.  Charla... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Grand Pavillion A

2:30pm

John Smith's "Let It Form, Let It Foam, Let It Foam!" (Winston Ballroom III)
Background: Join National Elementary PE Teacher of the Year, John Smith, is this non-stop breakout session!  There are so many products made of foam and many creative ways of using foam. There are long noodles, short noodles, sliced noodles, foam balls, foam fruits and veggies, foam beams and foam hands and feet. Foam is everywhere! In this active participation session we will be involved in activities and games with a “foamy” theme that are creative, fun and educational. Join us for a little foamy fun!

Speakers
avatar for John Smith

John Smith

New Jersey, National Elementary PE Teacher of the Year; National High School Basketball Coach of the Year
John Smith is the Flaghouse Educational Consultant and has taught for over 40 years. An outstanding national presenter, he was the 1989 NASPE National Teacher of the Year and the 2005 National High School Basketball Coach of the Year. He is responsible for building stronger connections... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Winston Ballroom III

2:30pm

Julie Gregory's "Ez Scan! The New Way to Track Laps" (Piedmont Hall 1)
Background: EZ-to-use technology into your class, run club or assessment. Kids scan QR cards and the data syncs to your computer.

Speakers

Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Piedmont Hall 1

2:30pm

Tammy Hanna's " Hit To Fit! - Cardio Drumming Made Easy" (Gaines Ballroom)
Overview: Jump-start your program with Cardio Drumming done on a dime. No expensive courses or certifications, just fun!  Inspire your students through creative routines with equipment you may already have in your closet.  Free videos, lesson plans, music and more.  A BIG HIT with all ages, K-adult (pun intended.)

Speakers
avatar for Tammy Hanna

Tammy Hanna

HPE Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools
Tammy is a veteran teacher of over 20 years. By day, she works as a HPE teacher for Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS) in the Richmond, Virginia area, but her commitment to the profession doesn’t stop there. She is a host to student teachers and practicum students, mentors new... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)

2:30pm

Ben Sibley's "Fitness and Nutrition Myths Debunked" (Piedmont Hall 2)
Overview: We will examine some of the most common misconceptions regarding fitness and nutrition, look at the underlying science, and identify best teaching and coaching practices.

Speakers


Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Piedmont Hall 2

2:30pm

Dan Grube's "Speak Out! Day: Teacher Candidates Leading the Way on Capitol Hill" (Piedmont Hall 1)
"Speak Out Day" is SHAPE America's annual member advocacy event in Washington, DC. More than 150 health and physical education advocates from 42 states were represented and met with members of Congress to “speak out” in support of school health and physical education. Learn more about how Western Carolina University has used this event to assist Young Professionals to become more aware of the political process.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Grube

Dan Grube

Director, School of Teaching and Learning, Western Carolina University
Adventure-Based Learning, International/Global Education, Experiential Learning, Physical Education Pedagogy, Educator Preparation in NC, UNC Lab School Initiative


Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Piedmont Hall 1

2:30pm

Deanna Morris' "In Your Care! Providing a Safe and Positive Experience for Your Student Athletes" (Conference 2)
Overview:  Middle school and High school coaches evaluating their coaching practices to assure the safety of their student athletes.

Speakers


Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Conference 2

2:30pm

Jim Hammond's " "What Every Cooperating Teacher and PETE Student Teacher Should Know" (Piedmont Hall 3)
Background:  The group will present effective pedagogical methodologies to enhance the experience, assessment, and evaluation of the student teaching process. Interactive discussion is part of the session.

Speakers

Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Piedmont Hall 3

2:30pm

Mary McCarley's "Health: 10 Ways to Motivate and Activate Learning" (Terrace 1)
Overview: Join Shape America’s 2016 Southern District Health Teacher of the Year, Mary McCarley, as she shares standard-based  activities, assessments, and strategies that introduce a lesson and motivate students.

Speakers
avatar for Mary McCarley

Mary McCarley

Mary McCarley is the National Content Specialist for Health Education with Goodheart-Willcox and co-author of their middle school health education textbook. She is a former health and physical education teacher in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools. Mary has 15 years of teaching experience... Read More →



Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Terrace 1

2:30pm

Robert Lindsey's "Evaluation of the 2018 JCSU Health Extravaganza" (Terrace 3)
Background: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the 2018 JCSU Health Extravaganza. Results indicate that the event was a tremendous success in increasing health awareness to the JCSU and Charlotte community.
Details: Health fairs have been growing in prevalence the past few decades, and more than 2 million people are estimated to annually participate in US community health fairs (Seo, 2011).  Community-based interventions for racial/ethnic minorities (e.g, blacks and Hispanics), such as health fairs, help identify and assess the health needs of these minority populations who have limited access to preventive and basic health care compared to whites (Seo, 2011).  Vendors have the opportunity to offer health education and have an avenue to showcase community programs to meet the health care needs of the population (Dulin et al., 2006). Few studies have evaluated Health Fairs at Division II HBCU Institutions.   Therefore, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the 2017 JCSU Health Extravaganza. A convenient sample of Health Fair participants at a small southeastern private historically black college and university was utilized in the study.  Data was collected using the Modified Health Fair Evaluation Form (Dulin, 2006).  Data was also collected on the Modified Vendor Evaluation Form. Responses ranged from 1 = Poor to 5 = Excellent. Descriptive Statistics were utilized to determine the effectiveness of the Health Fair.  Sixty participants (85%) responded Excellent to Question #1, How would you rate the Health Fair in General. Sixty five participants (87.5%) responded Yes to Question #2,   Do you plan on making changes in the things you normally do as a result of anything you learned or participated at the Health Extravaganza, such as taking a class or stopped smoking? Forty participants (55%) responded Yes to Question #7, If you had an abnormality detected through screening, do you plan on getting a follow-up examination? Sixty seven participants (97.1%) responded Yes to Question #8, I would like to attend the Johnson C Smith University Health Extravaganza next year. Vendors reported Means above 4.00 to the following questions: Given Adequate Notice(4.84), Given enough Information prior to the Health Extravaganza (4.86), Set up as requested (4.95), Good Flow of Attendees (4.82), Good Hospitality(5.00), Worthwhile investment of your time (4.96), and Overall Evaluation (4.95). All of the vendors (N = 45) responded that they would participate in the Health Extravaganza again. Results indicate that the event was a tremendous success in increasing health awareness to the JCSU and Charlotte community.  Recommendations are made to further evaluate health fairs at among African American college students

Speakers
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Robert Lindsey

Coaching Leadership among HBCU Student Athletes, Associate Professor of Health Education, Johnson C Smith University
Leadership is an important element when it comes to collegiate sports. Leadership is one of the most significant components in human resource management in corporations as well as in sport teams. Leadership in athletics refers to the process of inspiring of influencing athletes of... Read More →


Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Terrace 3

2:30pm

(Digital Learning] Daniel Servi's "Creating Teacher Youtube Shows for Health Content" (Terrace 2)
Overview: Frustrated you can't cover all the current event content you want to cover in health? Teacher Youtube shows might be the answer!
Details: This session is on creating content that you can use for your health class. Students are always wanting to talk about current events and how it relates to their lives. Health class is a great time to discuss these things. The problem is, sometimes you do not have time in the class to discuss these things. We will discuss how we made youtube videos for school and our PE/Health classes. We were able to discuss various topics that we would be unable to do in class Fear of missing out (FOMO) Phone addiction Procrastination Dealing with Stress Being Thankful (Thanksgiving) Fear (Halloween) New Years Resolutions Memes TMI (Too Much Information) Fitness and Exercise Charity Check out our examples at: Youtube: Servi Jenkins Show Twitter: @ServiJenkins
With: James Jenkins

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Servi

Daniel Servi

Physical Education and Health Teacher, GRACE Christian School
My name is Daniel Servi and I teach and coach at GRACE Christian School in Raleigh, NC. My co-worker (James Jenkins) and I created a youtube channel "The Servi Jenkins Show" for our school and PE/Health classes. The Servi & Jenkins Show is an current event/education show that hits... Read More →


Friday November 2, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Terrace 2

3:30pm

Ray Frederick's "Bouncing Bulldogs & Friends" Afternoon NCAAHPERD-SM PEP Rally (Winston Ballroom II)
Ray Frederick, coach of the legendary "Bouncing Bulldogs" Jump Rope Team, will be bringing 20 of the top jump rope performers in the world to the 2018 NCAAHPERD-SM State Convention. This includes the "World's Best" Jumpers from Paris, France; Tokyo, Japan, Frankfort, Germany, Ohio, Texas and North Carolina's own World Champions!  Or as Ray said it:"These folks represent the world's elite jumpers that typically perform at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, NY.  They will be with us at our Friday afternoon NCAAHPERD-SM Pep Rally just prior to our Closing General Session. You will not want to miss this!!

Friday November 2, 2018 3:30pm - 3:45pm
Winston Ballroom II

3:45pm

Friday Afternoon General Session: Kymm Ballard & Burt Jenkin's "What Every Educator Needs to Know about ESSA" and Chip Candy's #PhysEdTalk!
Speakers
avatar for Dr. Kymm Ballard

Dr. Kymm Ballard

HETE/PETE Coordinator, Campbell University
Dr. Kymm Ballard is an Assistant Professor at Campbell University in North Carolina. A nationally-recognized leader, her past experiences are hard to match: Physical Education Consultant with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Executive Director for SPARK, President... Read More →


Friday November 2, 2018 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Winston Ballroom II

8:30pm

DJ Darryl McMullen & Crew's Friday Night "Dance to You Drop Extravanza" (Gaines Ballroom)
Overview: Please join DJ Darryl McMullen and his Dancing Fools (Scott Williams, Chris Walker, Ami Gibson, Mike Morris, John LeBar, L-H Rudisill, Jim and Mary Rich, Ron and Mel Champion, Zana and Melvin Whitmire, and many, many others for a terrific time of dancing magic!
Special Guest Appearances: Jerry Price, Kymm Ballard, Larry "Mac" MacDonald, and others!


Friday November 2, 2018 8:30pm - 11:59pm
Gaines Ballroom (Embassy Suites - Bottom Level)
 
Saturday, November 3
 

8:00am

[Digital Learning] Amanda Browning's "Technology in the Health Classroom- Beginner" (Piedmont 3) * This session will be repeated at 9:00 AM
Description: Explore easy, user friendly technology resources that can be used in the health classroom. Perfect for those who aren’t quite tech savvy but want to learn!


Speakers
avatar for Amanda Browning

Amanda Browning

Health/PE Teacher, Weaver Academy
Follow me on Twitter @ABPhysEd


Saturday November 3, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

8:00am

[Digital Learning] Burt Jenkin's "Ready Made Tech" (Piedmont 3) * This session will be repeated at 9:00 AM
Description: Please join Health & Physical Education Consultant Burt Jenkins for this informative tech session!
Details: This session will explore apps and programs that have been created to be used by teachers in the classroom to facilitate both learning and instruction.

Speakers

Saturday November 3, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

8:00am

[Digital Learning] Judy Fowler, Vicky Fowler and Becki Haislip's "Plickers for Beginners" (Conference 2) * Repeat Session at 9:00 AM
Description: Participants will receive hands on experience of using plickers. Participants will be given information, online resources, and benefits using Plickers assessment in PE.

Speakers
avatar for Becki Haislip

Becki Haislip

Health and Physical Education Supervisor, Guilford County Schools


Saturday November 3, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Conference 2

8:00am

[Digital Learning] Kymm Ballard's "Using Technology for Professional Development" (Conference 1) * Repeat Session at 9:00 AM
Description: Please join Dr. Kymm Ballard for this informative technology session!
Details: This session shares several ways professional development through technology can help us learn & grow as professional from others around the world.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Kymm Ballard

Dr. Kymm Ballard

HETE/PETE Coordinator, Campbell University
Dr. Kymm Ballard is an Assistant Professor at Campbell University in North Carolina. A nationally-recognized leader, her past experiences are hard to match: Physical Education Consultant with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Executive Director for SPARK, President... Read More →



Saturday November 3, 2018 8:00am - 8:50am
Conference 1

8:00am

Charla Krahnke, Gabe Ervin & Lara Brickhouse's Physical Education K-12 OPEN Workshop #1 (Piedmont Hall 2)
Background: Please join the talented US Games' OPEN Trainers for a non-stop 4-hour block of K-12 sessions guaranteed to add excitement and learning for your students!
Details: Participants will be in this session for a 2-hour block and then switch to Piedmont Hall 3 for a second set of National Trainers and new K-12 PE activities!

Speakers

Saturday November 3, 2018 8:00am - 9:50am
Piedmont Hall 2

8:00am

Chris Walker, Ami Gibson & Joe Weaver's "Physical Education K-12 OPEN Workshop #2" (Piedmont Hall 1)
Background: Please join the talented US Games' OPEN Trainers for a non-stop 4-hour block of K-12 sessions guaranteed to add excitement and learning for your students!
Details: Participants will be in this session for a 2-hour block and then switch to Piedmont Hall 3 for a second set of National Trainers and new K-12 PE activities!


Saturday November 3, 2018 8:00am - 9:50am
Piedmont Hall 1

9:00am

[Digital Learning] Amanda Browning's "Technology in the Health Classroom- Beginner" (Piedmont Hall 3)
Description: Explore easy, user friendly technology resources that can be used in the health classroom. Perfect for those who aren’t quite tech savvy but want to learn!


Speakers
avatar for Amanda Browning

Amanda Browning

Health/PE Teacher, Weaver Academy
Follow me on Twitter @ABPhysEd


Saturday November 3, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

9:00am

[Digital Learning] Burt Jenkin's "Ready Made Tech" (Piedmont Hall 3)
Description: Please join Health & Physical Education Consultant Burt Jenkins for this informative tech session!
Details: This session will explore apps and programs that have been created to be used by teachers in the classroom to facilitate both learning and instruction.

Speakers

Saturday November 3, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

9:00am

[Digital Learning] Judy Fowler, Vicky Fowler and Becki Haislip's "Plickers for Beginners" (Conference 2)
Description: Participants will receive hands on experience of using plickers. Participants will be given information, online resources, and benefits using Plickers assessment in PE.

Speakers
avatar for Becki Haislip

Becki Haislip

Health and Physical Education Supervisor, Guilford County Schools


Saturday November 3, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Conference 2

9:00am

[Digital Learning] Kymm Ballard's "Using Technology for Professional Development" (Conference 1)
Description: Please join Dr. Kymm Ballard for this informative technology session!
Details: This session shares several ways professional development through technology can help us learn & grow as professional from others around the world.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Kymm Ballard

Dr. Kymm Ballard

HETE/PETE Coordinator, Campbell University
Dr. Kymm Ballard is an Assistant Professor at Campbell University in North Carolina. A nationally-recognized leader, her past experiences are hard to match: Physical Education Consultant with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Executive Director for SPARK, President... Read More →



Saturday November 3, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Conference 1

10:00am

[Digital Learning] Amanda Browning's "Technology in the Health Classroom- Advanced" (Piedmont Hall 3) * This session will be repeated at 11:00 AM
Description: Explore easy, user friendly technology resources that can be used in the health classroom. Perfect for those who aren’t quite tech savvy but want to learn!


Speakers
avatar for Amanda Browning

Amanda Browning

Health/PE Teacher, Weaver Academy
Follow me on Twitter @ABPhysEd


Saturday November 3, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

10:00am

[Digital Learning] Burt Jenkin's "GIFS/QR Codes, Like Having Another Teacher in the Classroom" (Piedmont 3) * This session will be repeated at 11:00 AM
Description: Please join Health & Physical Education Consultant Burt Jenkins for this informative tech session!
Details: This session will explore apps and programs that have been created to be used by teachers in the classroom to facilitate both learning and instruction.

Speakers

Saturday November 3, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

10:00am

[Digital Learning] Judy Fowler, Vicky Fowler and Becki Haislip's "Prepare Plickers for use in Physical Education" (Conference 2) * Repeat Session at 11:00 AM
Description: Participates will have time to prepare Plickers for their own classroom. Laptop, digital excel class rosters are required. Plus a chance to win Plicker cards!
 

Speakers
avatar for Becki Haislip

Becki Haislip

Health and Physical Education Supervisor, Guilford County Schools


Saturday November 3, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Conference 2

10:00am

[Digital Learning] Kymm Ballard's "Twitter as a Professional Development and Advocacy Tool" (Conference 1) * Repeat Session at 11:00 AM
Description: Please join Dr. Kymm Ballard for this informative technology session!
Details: Twitter is one of the most popular ways to learn from others, find resources and use as an advocacy tool to connect to your Congress members.
 

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Kymm Ballard

Dr. Kymm Ballard

HETE/PETE Coordinator, Campbell University
Dr. Kymm Ballard is an Assistant Professor at Campbell University in North Carolina. A nationally-recognized leader, her past experiences are hard to match: Physical Education Consultant with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Executive Director for SPARK, President... Read More →



Saturday November 3, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Conference 1

10:00am

Charla Krahnke, Gabe Ervin & Lara Brickhouse's "Physical Education K-12 OPEN Workshop #2" (Piedmont Hall 2)
Background: Please join the talented US Games' OPEN Trainers for a non-stop 4-hour block of K-12 sessions guaranteed to add excitement and learning for your students!
Details: Participants will be in this session for a 2-hour block and then switch to Piedmont Hall 2 for a second set of National Trainers and new K-12 PE activities!

Speakers
avatar for Charla Krahnke

Charla Krahnke

North Carolina, National High School PE Teacher of the Year; Two Time State Championship Coach
Charla Krahnke was the 2013 National High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and the 2012 Fuquay-Varina High School Teacher of the Year.  She has presented at numerous state, district and national conventions and conducted a variety of NASPE Pipeline workshops from 2009-2012.  Charla... Read More →


Saturday November 3, 2018 10:00am - 12:00pm
Piedmont Hall 2

10:00am

Chris Walker, Ami Gibson & Joe Weaver's "Physical Education K-12 OPEN Workshop #2" (Piedmont Hall 1)
Background: Please join the talented US Games' OPEN Trainers for a non-stop 4-hour block of K-12 sessions guaranteed to add excitement and learning for your students!
Details: Participants will be in this session for a 2-hour block and then switch to Piedmont Hall 2 for a second set of National Trainers and new K-12 PE activities!

Speakers

Saturday November 3, 2018 10:00am - 12:00pm
Piedmont Hall 1

11:00am

[Digital Learning] Amanda Browning's "Technology in the Health Classroom- Advanced" (Piedmont 3)
Description: Explore easy, user friendly technology resources that can be used in the health classroom. Perfect for those who aren’t quite tech savvy but want to learn!


Speakers
avatar for Amanda Browning

Amanda Browning

Health/PE Teacher, Weaver Academy
Follow me on Twitter @ABPhysEd


Saturday November 3, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

11:00am

[Digital Learning] Burt Jenkin's "GIFS/QR Codes, Like Having Another Teacher in the Classroom" (Piedmont 3)
Description: Please join Health & Physical Education Consultant Burt Jenkins for this informative tech session!
Details: This session will explore apps and programs that have been created to be used by teachers in the classroom to facilitate both learning and instruction.

Speakers

Saturday November 3, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Piedmont Hall 3

11:00am

[Digital Learning] Kymm Ballard's "Twitter as a Professional Development and Advocacy Tool" (Conference 1)
Description: Please join Dr. Kymm Ballard for this informative technology session!
Details: Twitter is one of the most popular ways to learn from others, find resources and use as an advocacy tool to connect to your Congress members.
 

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Kymm Ballard

Dr. Kymm Ballard

HETE/PETE Coordinator, Campbell University
Dr. Kymm Ballard is an Assistant Professor at Campbell University in North Carolina. A nationally-recognized leader, her past experiences are hard to match: Physical Education Consultant with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Executive Director for SPARK, President... Read More →



Saturday November 3, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am
Conference 1

11:00am

[Digital Learning] Judy Fowler, Vicky Fowler and Becki Haislip's "Prepare Plickers for use in Physical Education" (Conference 2)
Description: Participates will have time to prepare Plickers for their own classroom. Laptop, digital excel class rosters are required. Plus a chance to win Plicker cards!
 

Speakers
avatar for Becki Haislip

Becki Haislip

Health and Physical Education Supervisor, Guilford County Schools


Saturday November 3, 2018 11:00am - 11:50pm
Conference 2