Google Form Link to sign up for #PEPLC: http://bit.ly/10FVwwc
There has been a very positive response from #physed teachers around the world wanting to be involved in setting up a #PEPLC, a professional learning community for our PE network. What is even better and will take our learning to a deeper level is that there is representation from across the physical education spectrum. There are university professors, administrators, department heads, and PE teachers from across different grade levels that want to be involved in learning theme discussion groups. This type of representation will create a learning environment in which multiple perspectives on our profession are being shared with regularity ensuring that quality PD is in place for all of us.
I'd like to thank Nathan Horne, from i-Phys-ed.com, for creating the #PEPLC hashtag link, as well as coming up for the image design for this project. I appreciate your involvement Nathan. As well, I want to thank @kellyannparry, @jonesytheteachr, @DrAshCasey, @movelivelearn(Amanda Stanec), and @joeyfeith for the extremely valuable feedback and support in this project. Although they all have very busy schedules, I appreciate any level of involvement that they can have in this #PEPLC project.
In order to move the #PEPLC project forward, it is critical that all teachers who have signed up, click on the following link (http://bit.ly/10FVwwc) to complete the google form survey that I have set up. You will be asked for basic contact information and to select a learning theme in which you would like to take part. There are 5 choices at the moment, but there is an option box to suggest a theme that may not already be included. The choices are as follows:
I would like everyone to have the google form completed no later than Wednesday, May 22nd. so that we can begin the process of grouping together teachers with like learning goals. There is still time to pass this message on to any #physed teachers that you know would be interested in joining. Please pass on this link. I look very forward to what the #PEPLC projec