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This podcast will touch on topics of exercise health, food health, and spiritual health with God. The challenges that we face with change in our physical bodies, are quite similar to the challenges that we face with change in our spirit man. Walk with me on this journey through podcast, to becoming who God desires us to be. Cover art photo provided by Ian Parker on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@evanescentlight
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Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education

Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education

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We discuss research, theory and current issues in the fields of health and physical education in an easy to understand way. Our aim is to make research accessible to educators and university students from all over the globe. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pwrhpe/support
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The SHAPE America Podcast, hosted by Sean Nevills, is here to bring you exclusive content from the world of health and physical education. This one-stop weekly professional development tool features interviews with SHAPE America Teachers of the Year and other physical education champions discussing relevant health and physical education topics. The goals of this podcast are to provide you with tips from leaders in the profession, challenge your thinking, and give you new ideas to try in your ...
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I started with fibromyalgia but this podcast has become more than that! This podcast covers all aspects of holistic health such as physical, emotional, cooking, mindset, nutrition, trauma, and more. It has solo episodes and expert's in their specific field. Along with the series I call Inspiring Stories to show that you are not alone. Hope you enjoy these episodes.
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A podcast that provides helpful tips and skills for you or people you know who have chronic physical and/or mental health issues to get by and thrive in daily living and in rehabilitation. The podcast is provided from the viewpoint and expertise of a rehabilitation counselor of twenty-three plus years who has been recognized with numerous awards and who also has the experience of living with significant physical and mental health issues. After listening to the podcast please click on the fol ...
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The Kiwi Health Detective. The Emotional Intelligence in Physical Symptoms.

Kim Knight - Health and Personal Development Coach

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After 20 years of chronic illness, including 10 years unable to work with chronic fatigue syndrome, leaving her dream job and selling her house and car to live, Kim was about to give up hope. But something told her to keep going. Finally, after 140 therapies and spending her life savings, she found the answers and got herself well. Now she teaches others how to heal themselves from debilitating illnesses which baffle most doctors.
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Naomi Harte from Loughborough University, UK, joins to discuss the article The if, why and how of fitness testingin secondary school physical education in the United Kingdom published with Laura Alfrey, Christopher Spray, and Lorraine Cale. We discuss teachers’ learning intentions, pedagogical practices, and attitudes towards fitnesstesting. Full C…
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Dr. Lauren Wheeler is a physical education teacher with the US Department of Defense, stationed in Germany. She has been a finalist for Minnesota Teacher of the Year due in part to her popular “Physically Healthy At That (PHAT)” program developed in collaboration with military partners to improve fitness outcomes for high school students. Dr. Wheel…
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Dr. Jamie Brunsdon is a third year Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy at the University of Memphis. Prior to moving to the University of Alabama in2018 to complete his doctoral degree, Jamie was a full and part-time physical education in England. His research interests include studying teacher and faculty socialization and…
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This is the audio recording of the 2024 Catherine D. Ennis SIG Scholar Lecture. It is the highest honor awarded in the SIG and is named for a long-time SIG member Cathy Ennis who passed away in 2017. This year's recipient is Dr. Kevin Andrew Richards (University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign) and he is introduced by his mentor and past dissertation…
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In this episode, Dr. Shelby Ison discusses the dissertation titled "Basic Psychological Needs, Affect, and Motivation Among Elementary Students in a Physical Activity-Based Wellness Program." Dr. Shelby Ison is visiting assistantprofessor at Northern Illinois University. Her primary research interests include understanding K-12 students' psychologi…
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In this episode, Dr. Brandon Foye discusses his dissertation titled "Examining Online Learning in K–12 Online Physical Education and Physical Education Teacher Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic". Following an 11-year career as a middle and high school physical education teacher, Dr. Foye enrolled in a doctoral program at Boston University. Aft…
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Dr. Seunghyun Baek is an Assistant Professor in the Physical Education department at SUNY Cortland. Seunghyun completed her Ph.D. in Kinesiology at University of NorthCarolina at Greensboro in 2023 with Dr. Ben Dyson. She taught and worked with diverse student populations in the U.S. and South Korea, especially focused on Social and Emotional Learn…
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In this episode, Dr. Shannon Mulhearn discusses her dissertation titled "Looking Inward: Does Physical Activity Promotion Training Transfer Beyond PETE?" Wellness promotion is the overarching theme that ties together Dr. Mulhearn’s body of work. Her current research focuses on innovative techniques of building resiliency in various areas of educati…
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In this episode, Dr. Stacey Imagbe discusses her dissertation titled "Culturally Relevant Physcial Education for Optimizing Physical Activity Opportunities." Dr. Imagbe serves as a first-year assistant professor on a tenure track at Morehouse College, specifically within the Department of Kinesiology, Sports Studies, and Physical Education. Her pri…
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Today we discuss the article ‘Even with the craziness, it worked’: PE teachers working in and with an ActivistApproach. We discuss the perceptions of physical education teachers learning to work in and with an activist approach in theirclassroom. Full Cite: Shilcutt, J. B., Oliver, K. L., Aranda, R., Mullany, P., Ryan, M., & True, L. (2023). ‘Even …
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Dr. Obi Atkinson is an Assistant Professor in the Physical Education Department at SUNY Cortland. Originally from Ontario, Canada, Dr. Atkinson recently completed his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University in Sport Pedagogy. Hisresearch interests focus on variables and social agents that influence developmental outcomes for youth. Specifically, Dr. A…
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Dr. Margaret Hemstrought is assistant professor of physical education, exercise & wellness studies at Utica University. She completed here Doctorate of Education degree at Northeastern University with a concentration in curriculum, teaching, learning, and leadership. She has an MS degree from SUNY Cortland and a BS degree from Springfield College. …
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Dr. Chris Mellor is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health of Sport Sciences at Adelphi University. He studies teacher socialization and the impact of washout on formal training. He is also passionate about the Spectrum of Teaching Styles, elementary methods, and supporting his students in fieldwork placements. In this episode, Dr. Mell…
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Dr. Shannon Pennington is the Lead Teacher at the DREAM Academy in School District U-46, Elgin, IL. Dr. Pennington's doctoral studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign centered around trauma and its impact on student learning as well as social and emotional learning and support for teachers of marginalized subjects (e.g., art, music, p…
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This episode features the dissertation titled "Meeting Diverse Student Needs: An Examination of a Physical Education Teacher Alumnus’ Culturally Responsive Teaching Beliefs and Their Enactment" by Dr. Craigory Nieman. Dr. Nieman is Visiting Assistant Professor of Instruction in Physical Education at the University of South Florida. He received his …
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Dr. Misti Mueller brings 18 years of public school teaching experience to her associate professor role at the VCU School of Education. She was selected as the Virginia Middle School Physical Educator of the Year in 2004, and more recently, as the state’s College/University Physical Educator of the Year. She has presented at the national, state and …
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On this special podcast version of Unplugged, Stephanie is joined by Dr. Kathleen Ethier, Director, Division of Adolescent and School Health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Kathleen gives an update on the CDC's work and structure, new resources they have released and more! Check out these resources: CDC Adolescent and School Heal…
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Dr. Chris Merica discusses his dissertation titled "Survey Development Examining the Association of Socialization and Physical Educator CSPAP Involvement". Dr. Merica is assistant professor of at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He received his BS and PhD degrees from the University of Idaho and has previously coached several high sc…
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Dr. Tony Q. Cobb, Jr. a native from Macon, GA holds a Doctor of Education degree in Sports and Athletic Management from Northcentral University, and a Master of Science degree in Sports Management from American Military University. As a former collegiate athlete, he also obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from Alabama State…
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January 2024 – #AIESEPConnect #CoffeeWithColleagues Physical literacy interventions across the lifespan. This session is hosted by Alexandre Mouton as well as Joao Martins and includes presentations by Johannes Carl, Lisa Barnett, Jean-Pierre Weerts and Charlie Nezondet. Session Video Recording Show notes: Link to the AIESEP 2024 Conference registr…
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This podcast episode gives you an overview of what to expectwhen you get to Finland. If you’ve read the blog already (AIESEP Finland Blog Part 2: All about Finland) then this may not be for you as it is the audio version of the blog. All the links are in the blog I’ve written for AIESEP https://aiesep.org/aiesep-finland-blog-part-2-all-about-finlan…
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Dr. Sophie Waller from the University of Georgia joins the podcast to discuss her dissertation research, "An Analysis of the Pedagogical Practices in Online Physical Education." We dive into her dissertation journey, highlighting the process and challenges. During this episode, Sophie shares her insights into some of the key learnings, both from he…
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Marina Castro-García joins us to discuss the article deportigualízate: enacting critical intersectional feministpedagogy in Spanish PESTE published withDillon Landi and David Kirk. We discuss the experiences ofuniversity students from a Physical Education-Sport Tertiary Education program engaging with a critical intersectional feminist pedagogy uni…
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Jenna Lorusso from the University of Limerick, Ireland, Hayley Morrison from the University of Alberta, and AshleyJohnson from Queens University join to discuss the article Scholarship and Grant Writing in Physical and Health Education: Top Ten Tips for Graduate Students published with Hayley Morrison and Ashley Johnson. We talk about tips on findi…
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Dr. Michael Hemphill (UNC-Greensboro) has an exciting new series to share. Here is a brief introduction to it. The first episode launches Jan 23rd and a new episode will come out each Tuesday at 7am eastern USA time. Stay tuned! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pwrhpe/support…
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This episode gives you some advice about booking travel to AIESEP 2024 in Jyväskylä. There are two more podcasts coming...the next talks about what to do around Helsinki and Jyväskylä, and the last one talks more about Finland in general, things to try, and places to visit and will give you final updates on the AIESEP conference including what to p…
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Louis Francis-Edge and Annette Stride from Leeds BeckettUniversity join me to discuss the article Basketball shorts, plantation food, and ponytail weaves: Black teachers’ experiences of becoming and being a Physical Education teacher. We talk about the lived experiences of Black teachers becoming physical education teachers. On top of everything th…
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This is the audio from the PETE Collaborative from December2023. It is a monthly meeting to discuss current issues in Physical Education Teacher Education and other topics relevant to health and PE. Title: Establishing Institutional and Inter-Institutional Structures for Research and Outreach Creating and sustaining structures for collaboration – w…
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Dylan Scanlon from Deakin University, Australia, and Jenna Lorusso from the University of Limerick in Ireland join to discuss the article Understanding (and extending) the conceptual boundaries of policy research in physical education published withMelody Viczko. We talk about the policy research in school-based physical education between 2010 and …
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This episode features Kevin Andrew Richards from the University of Illinois who shares about their pedagogy lab full of doctoral and undergraduate researchers. In addition to Univ of Illinois there are other larger groups of doctoral students at specific universities such as: Univ of New Mexico, UNC- Greeley, UNC-Greensboro, and Univ of Alabama. Ma…
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Dr. Brendan SueSee comes on to share the Arnoldian perspective to PE. This shorter podcast stemmed from a recent paper he published with Shane Pill and John Williams. Here is a citation to the paper: SueSee, B., Pill, S., & Williams, J. (2023). Arnold wanted X but we got Y–the Queensland senior physical education syllabus application of the Arnoldi…
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This is the audio from the Nov 2nd 2023 PETE Collaborative Title: Tuning into today’s K-12 learners & teachers: Practical implications for teacher education Description: This session invites you to consider all current learners’ and future teachers’ needs for the promotion and sustainability of health and physical education. Join us as we hear from…
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Kevin Andrew Richards hosts another episode of Going Behind the Research, as recurring segment that seeks to humanize research by discussing the challenges, successes, and lessons learned through the research process. This episode features Carla Luguetti and Juliana Ryan who provide insight into the trust and radical openness required to conduct pa…
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This is the audio from the Thursday October 26th 2023 – #AIESEPConnect #CoffeeWithColleagues Dialogue & solidarity in teacher education: Positionality in advocating for social justice. The session is hosted by Carla Luguetti and the speakers are Ann MacPhail (project leader), two teacher educators involved in the research: Paul McFlynn and Dylan Sc…
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Dr. Kevin Richards host another episode of "going behind the research" this format of podcasts dives deeper into the why, what, and how of research with an individual scholar. This episode interviews Dr. Jamie Brunsdon from the University of Memphis. They discuss a 2023 article that Jamie published in PESP Full Cite: Jamie Jacob Brunsdon (18 Sep 20…
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George Mason University is looking for a PhD student interested in Physical Education. Qualified applicants are eligible for: • 20hr/week Graduate Research Assistantship • Stipend • Health Insurance • Tuition Waiver • Teaching Undergraduate Courses Research Areas of Interest • After-School PA Programs • Curriculum & Instruction • Teacher Developmen…
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Jennifer Agans joins us to discuss the article Self-Determination Through Circus Arts: Exploring Youth Development in a Novel Activity Context. We discuss the basic psychologicalneeds and positive development outcomes of youth who participate in circus arts programs. Full Cite: Agans, J. P., Davis, J. L, Vazou, S., & Jarus, T. (2019). Self-Determin…
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This is the audio from the PETE Collaborative on Thursday, October 5th, 2023 4:00-5:15 PM (Eastern). The collaborative meets the first Thursday of the month during the academic year. You can DM (@theHPEpodcast) to get the link for future events Title: To Use or Not to Use: Artificial Intelligence in PETE/HETE Description: This session will focus on…
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Sean Fullerton joins us to discuss the articles “Resistance Training in Secondary Physical Education: Recommendations to Improve Teacher Content Knowledge” and “Implementing Long-Term Athletic Development Within K–12 Physical Education”. We talk about health-related fitness for each physical education instructional level. Full Cite: Fullerton, S. A…
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This podcast explains the AIESEP PhD Summer School hosted in Finland May 18-20th directly after the AIESEP conference May 13-17th, 2024. You can find all the information and the application here:https://aiesep.org/aiesep-2024-summer-school-for-phd-students/ Timeline: • October 31st: Applications due for PhD Summer School • October 31st: Abstract Pr…
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This podcast is the audio from the SIG 93 AERA seminar held online September 21st 3pm-4:30pm. Title: “A discussion about AI as a disruptive technology in research and PETE.” The seminar is based on a recent open-access article in JTPE about AI (the authors will be the panelists/facilitators). If you have not had much experience with AI in research,…
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Tori Shiver, Michael Hemphill and Erin Centeio join me to discuss a recent article by Dr. Phillip Ward from The Ohio State University titled: An Analysis of Physical Education and Health Education Teacher Education Programs in the United States published with Won Seok Chey, Insook Kim, Emi Tsuda, Bomna Ko, Dena Deglau, and Kyuil Cho. This article w…
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Brian Dauenhauer, Jen Krause, and Jaimie McMullen share some excitingnews about Active Schools. This program, that started as Let’s Move Active Schools under President Obama and spearheaded by Michelle Obama has continued to thrive. There are some brand new resources available that are discusses in the podcast. Links to the documents we discuss are…
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Kevin Richards joins Oscar Nuñez Enriquez to host another episode of "going behind the research" this episode discusses Oscar's work under Kim Oliver and his journey to become more student centered. Oscar Nuñez Enriquez & Kimberly L. Oliver To cite this article: Oscar Nuñez Enriquez & Kimberly L. Oliver (2020): ‘The collision of two worlds’: when a…
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Risto joins a few colleagues to discuss a book that we all have recently read titled “Free to learn: why unleashing the instinct to play will make our children happier more self reliant and better students for life." It is authored by doctor Peter Gray who came on the podcast at the end of spring... you can find that episode under season five episo…
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This article club brings back a group of colleagues for our first article club in quite some time. We are going to be talking about a really interesting paper written by Ben Williams and Mikael Quennerstedt, and the title ofthat paper is dining with Michel Serres: physical education and an ethics ofthe parasite. The link to the paper is in the show…
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On this episode of the podcast, host John Strong welcomes Dr. Jason Rawls back from Ohio. They discuss how youth culture influenced entertainment and education including the history of hip-hop, how to connect with your students via their interests, how the first few weeks of the school year are important and more! Dr. Rawls is not only a scholar an…
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Dr. Phillip Ward from The Ohio State University joins to discuss the article An Analysis of Physical Education and Health Education Teacher Education Programs in the United States published with Won Seok Chey, Insook Kim, Emi Tsuda, Bomna Ko, Dena Deglau, and Kyuil Cho.We discuss the curriculum of physical education and health education teacher edu…
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This episode is a re-run of a previous podcast. Thissummer I am teaching a research reading seminar class at George Mason. It’s anonline master’s class for practicing health and physical educators as a part ofour 100% online masters program. This summer, I am launching episodes that Iassign in that class. So part of theclass is reading articles, an…
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This episode is a re-run of a previous podcast. Thissummer I am teaching a research reading seminar class at George Mason. It’s anonline master’s class for practicing health and physical educators as a part ofour 100% online masters program. This summer, I am launching episodes that Iassign in that class. So part of theclass is reading articles, an…
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