One of the cool ‘new’ (okay, okay, it’s not really that new…) ways to share research and ideas is through podcasts. I’ve really enjoyed listening to a variety of podcasts while working out, walking my dog or riding my bike home from work (although I once got a little too focused and hit a tree. Note to self, don’t ride complicated single track and listen to thought-provoking podcasts…). The PhysEd and Health world has really jumped on the podcast wagon and there are quite a few excellent iterations out there. Here’s a few of the episodes that I’ve been on to present research and/ or writing. Happy listening!
Teaching Remotely Podcast: The impact of “emergency” online teaching for courses that centre on a physically interactive environment: physical education. (December 9, 2020) https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/teachingplus/episodes/2020-12-09T14_33_17-08_00
Global PhysEd Voxcast. Meaningful Physical Education – Part 2 (April 20, 2019). https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/voxcast/episodes/2019-04-20T06_43_16-07_00
Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education. Joey: Social media as a form of professional development (January 15, 2019).
iPhys-Ed with Nathan Horne. Unnatural consequences (August 22, 2018).
The Athlete Development Show with Craig Harrison. Episode 53: Doug Gleddie and Lauren Sulz – Play, School Sport and Finding Joy in Movement (June 7, 2018).
Connected PE with Jarrod Robinson. Episode 29: Physical literacy praxis with Dr. Doug Gleddie. (January 15, 2018).
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