TOY Talk Tuesday

TOY Talk Tuesday episodes feature tips and resources for health and physical educators from SHAPE America’s National and District Teachers of the Year. This biweekly series is brought to you by SHAPE America’s Teacher of the Year Partner Network.


Season 1

S1, Episode 19
In this TOY Talk Tuesday, Julie Frank talks with 2020 National and District Dance Teachers of the Year, about tips for teaching dance while physical distancing onsite and within a virtual setting as well as their reflections and lessons learned since the start of the school year.
On this TOY Talk Tuesday, Julie Frank talks with 2020 Midwest District High School PE Teachers of the Year, Reese about the lessons she’s learned teaching health and physical education virtually so far this school year.
In this episode, Michelle Carter talks with the 2020 District Adapted Physical Education Teachers of the Year as they revisit the topic of Adapted Physical Education and School Reentry — sharing the ideas and tools that have worked for them so far this school year.
In this follow-up conversation from Episode 2 earlier this school year, SPARK Executive Director Julie Frank speaks with SHAPE America Teachers of the Year Will Potter, Megaera Regan and Adam Metcalf about what has been working and what they’ve learned about hybrid/remote learning since the school year began.
Maureen speaks with Allisha Blanchette a 2020 SHAPE America District Teachers of the Year for Health Education from DC Everest Senior High, Weston, WI and Jessica Napier, the SHAPE America 2020 National Health Education Teachers of the Year from Lee County Middle High School, Beattyville, KY about Social-Emotional Learning and what they have learned since school has started.

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