I'm thankful that Mike Graham took me up on my invitation to write a Good Teaching is L.I.F.E reflection for my blog. Mike is a respected teacher within our physical education network and has loads of experience that he brings to the table. Although I have never met Mike personally, I know that he is a hard worker and is extremely dedicated to pushing our subject area forward.
In his reflection he shares his personal thoughts related to the 4 cornerstones of my Good Teaching is L.I.F.E model. I'd like to thank Mike for taking the time to write up his reflection and share it with me. I meant to get it up sooner! Enjoy this guest post, I think that you will find a lot of take away value.
A Bit About Mike Graham
Mike Graham is a passionate physical education teacher from Geneva, Illinois. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sport & Wellness Management from Trinity International University and has his Physical Education K-12 teaching certification. He also holds two Master’s degrees from Aurora University - one in Teaching & Education and the other in Educational Administration. Mike has been teaching since 1996 and currently serves on his state’s (IAHPERD) social media committee.
You can connect with Mike and find out more about his physical education program on his website: www.pe4everykid.weebly.com or on social media via Twitter: @pe4everykid or on Voxer at: mikegraham
Mike's Good Teaching is L.I.F.E Reflection
KAUST Faculty, Pedagogical Coach. Presenter & Workshop Leader.IB Educator. #RunYourLife podcast host.