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Sandy Hagenbach
Sandy Hagenbach
Location: De Pere, WI (Heritage Elem)
Grade Levels: K-5
Teaching Experience: 26+ years, K-5 physical education.
Presentation Experience: 10+ Years.
Willing to present locally and throughout the USA. Can present throughout the year including the summer. Prefers to do half day (3 hour) sessions. Presentation Topics and Descriptions
Sandy is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin La Crosse, received her masters from Marian University, is certified in adapted physical education and has over 30 years of experience teaching elementary physical education. She is the author of "Teaching Children Responsible Behavior, A Complete Toolkit". The book is based on Dr. Don Hellison's work with TPSR, teaching children personal and social responsibility. Sandy has received the WHPE Recognition award for her contributions to our profession, named the WHPE Elementary Teacher of the Year in 2009 and was on the state standards team. She has been awarded the Kohl Fellowship award in 2010 for inspiring the love of learning, showing leadership and service both in and out of the classroom along with the Green Bay Area Golden Apple in 1997 for her innovative use of literature in physical education. As a Wisconsin Fuel Up To Play 60 MVP she has contributed many of her success stories at workshops and state conventions. Sandy has presented at technology and wellness conferences in Wisconsin and both at the national and state level for physical education.

Presentation Highlights:
I have presented TPSR Elementary Style both nationally and at the state level along with Apps In Motion in 2016. Apps In Motion is a presentation that shows how non traditional and traditional apps can be used in elementary PE. I have done multiple presentations on integrating literature into PE and activities that support literacy at the state level.

Presentation Topics Presentation Descriptions:

  • TPSR (Teaching Personal & Social Responsibility) Elementary Style.
  • Integrating iPads into Elementary PE
  • Integrating literature based lessons into PE
  • Nutrition integration

Ben Landers
Ben Landers
Location: Irmo, SC (River Springs Elementary)
Grade Levels: K-5 PE and college PE Teaching Experience: 5+ Years Public School teaching Presentation Experience: 5+ Years
Willing to present locally, in the USA and Internationally. Can present throughout the year.
Ben is a K-12 certified Physical Education teacher and has been teaching K-5 Phys Ed since 2007. He has completed National Board Certification in Phys Ed and also has a Masters in Education from Southern Wesleyan University and a Masters in Educational Leadership from University of South Carolina. Ben also serves as a Clinical Model Teacher for the University of South Carolina, helping to mentor future Physical Education teachers as part of their graduation requirement. He is the also founder of a resource site helping Physical Educators take their teaching game to the next level.
Presentation Highlights:

  • Plickers in PE - Local District PD 2015
  • Large Class Hacks - The PhysEd Summit 3.0 - 2016
  • PhysEd Hacks - The National PE Institute Ashville - 2016

Presentation Topics (Presenter Profile):

  • Technology Tools in Phys Ed
  • Phys Ed Hacks: Management Tips and Tricks
  • Teambuilding and Adventure Games
  • Gamification in PE
  • Using Social Media to Up Your Game
  • How to Plan your Phys Ed Curriculum
  • Easy and Fun Instant Activities and Warmups
  • My Favorite Phys Ed Games
  • And More...!

Justin Schleider
Justin Schleider
Location: Trenton, NJ (Springfield Elem.)
Grade Levels: K-12 PE Teaching Experience: 10 Years Public School teaching Presentation Experience: 3+ Years
Willing to present locally, in the USA and Internationally. Can present throughout the year and is willing to do Keynote presentations.
Justin Currently teaches physical education, health, and technology in Springfield Elementary School grades prek-6th in NJ. He has taught there for 5 years. He previously taught for 5 years at Mercer County Special Services and Lambertville Public School. He is the brain behind #slowchatpe and which is the impetus for the slow chat (question a day) which is a question a day on Twitter and Voxer. He is also the co-creator of and the voxer physical education chat which has 500 physical education teachers from all over the world.
Presentation Highlights:

  • Keynoting CUE Nevada 9/2016
  • Eastern District SHAPE AMERICA 2015
  • NJEA conference 2016

Keynote Topics:

  • Social justice
  • Lifelong learning
  • Technology
  • movement

Presentation Topics:

  • Technology
  • Class management
  • Social justice
  • Inclusion of all students
  • Differentiation
  • And More...!

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