PRESENTED AT: EARCOS Teacher Conference, ISB Bangkok (March, 2019)
DESCRIPTION: This workshop will explore how the principles of CrossFit can be integrated into physical education classes. Attendees will leave with examples and resources of how these principles can be applied to create more meaningful fitness appraisals and optimally challenging fitness activities.
PRESENTED AT: Asia-Pacific Physical Education Conference, Hong Kong (Nov., 2017)
DESCRIPTION: Wouldn't it be great if you could provide instant feedback to your students, without interrupting the flow of lessons? Imagine your students being able to privately receive details on next steps in learning while having access to this data for later reporting. In this presentation, attendees will learn how Google Forms and Sheets Add-Ons can be used to improve workflow for more timely feedback and tracking of progress towards standards. Attendees should bring their laptops and tablets.
PRESENTED AT: Asia-Pacific Physical Education Conference, Hong Kong (Nov., 2016)
DESCRIPTION: While the Go Pro is a popular video recording device, when worn by students, it provides a unique perspective to teach and evaluate decision making from a first person perspective. This presentation will include practical examples of how Go Pro has been used in conjunction with the Game Sense model of game performance.
PRESENTED AT: 7th Annual 21st Century Learning Conference, Hong Kong (Dec, 2014)
DESCRIPTION: Motivation may be considered the key to learning , but how do we motivate students to learn when they are too busy playing video games? In short, we learn from the video games, in this presentation I discuss how we can take video game components and apply them to education settings to drive student motivation as well as my successes and failures doing so.
PRESENTED AT: 6th Annual 21st Century Learning Conference, Hong Kong (Dec., 2013)
DESCRIPTION: Providing timely and specific is essential for student growth. As technology continues to advance in our connected world so does our ability to provide such feedback. In this presentation I discuss how the use of mobile and cloud based technologies such as Google Drive give teachers the opportunity to provide students with relevant feedback, anywhere, any time. Attendees will gain hands on experience commenting with Google Docs as well as with more advanced scripts such as Doctopus and Goobric.