Betty Ann Fish: Physical Education Department Chair

Mobile devices are being used to teach math, science, reading… and PE!? This months edTech Innovator, Betty Ann Fish, is using a mobile technology in a very unique way. In the community’s June webinar, Betty Ann discussed how she adapted the popular classroom tool to meet the the digital dexterity of her students in Physical Education classes. She also shared how she uses technology such as iPads, pedometers, and QR codes to encourage her students to be active after their time in school. She also touched on the relationship between physical education and 21st century skills. Watch the webinar to find out more!

Quotes from the session:

“Way to think outside the box, Betty Ann–great work proving that even the little things go a long way towards well-rounded learning.”

“Great info.. Thank you!”

08-19-2013

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Presented by Betty Ann Fish, Physical Education Chair, SCH Academy in Philadelphia PA. Betty Ann is the Chair of the Physical Education Department at SCH Academy in Philadelphia PA, an independent PK – 12 school. With 26 years of teaching and coaching experience she has been transforming her physical education practice to meet the digital skills of her students.  She has presented locally and nationally on technology and physical education to educators and administrators to share the benefits of using technology and making academic connections in physical education.

To take the CE Quiz and access the resources for this session visit the professional learning community EdTech Innovators

EdTech Innovators presents a series of webinars with educators who are exceptional in their use of technology to support teaching and learning. The presenters have been selected by the editors of THE Journal as part of their Innovator of the Month profile.  You’ll hear from teachers, librarians, and administrators about all the creative ways they are integrating technology into education.  The variety of tools and applications is stunning, and the applications touch every aspect of the life of a school community. THE Journal is dedicated to helping K-12 senior-level district and school administrators, technologists, and tech-savvy educators within districts, schools, and classrooms improve and advance teaching, learning, and school administration through the use of technology.

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