To be inspired inspires us to lead. Recognizing where change can occur and then knowing how to create change is an art form that takes a lifetime to master.
Seattle has taught me to listen, interpret and adapt. Find what matters most to the children I educate and deliver an experience that challenges their ability.
Understand the core element of what being a teacher is and discover the magical skills you possess to share these skills.
At the end of the day any secrets we keep that will better the knowledge of our students is only a disadvantage to their growth and development.
John Medina is one of the most interesting men. His passion in his research and results has demonstrated that aerobic activity followed directly by high level learning results in higher attainment of knowledge. This is not a myth it's a fact. The science behind it stimulates the brain to work at a higher intensity. If we don't at least try this method and interpret the results then we have failed the experiment. 10 minutes is all you need. Check out the snip below.
I am having a ball. Connecting with fellow PE teachers from across the globe will certainly have an impact.
The #1 concept I have learnt throughout this conference is that 'backward gearing' creates a pathway that is clearer for teachers and students.
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The famous flying fish of seattle.