Indiana AHPERD State Conference

November 2 - 3, 2017

Wyndham Indianapolis West Hotel
2544 Executive Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46241

Why You Should Attend

Well, it's a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Association.   There is that!   And so much more.
Not sure how to get approval from your principal to attend the conference? Download this Justification Letter template.

Professional Development

Specifically designed for Indiana's health and physical education community.

Networking

Indiana's largest network of health / physical education professionals.

Advocacy

Your voice in Indiana supporting quality health and physical education policies.

Now accepting purchase orders!   Send your school's PO to Indiana AHPERD and an invoice will be issued to your school (district).

Conference Schedule

Subject to Change

Wednesday, November 1st

11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.American Heart Association Regional Youth Director's MeetingDirectors Row 2
1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.Exhibitor Set-upPreconvene
5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.Executive Committee MeetingDirectors Row 4

Thursday, November 2nd

7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.Registration / Information DeskFoyer
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Educational Technology Information CenterDirectors Row 1
8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.A Century of Indiana AHPERD - Historical Artifacts Directors Row 3
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Exposition Hall OpenPreconvene

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.   Physical Literacy: The Gateway to Active Participation

Golden Ballrooms 1-5
KEYNOTE:     Dean Kriellaars, Professor, University of Manitoba in Winnipeg

The physical literacy movement is in its early years, but research findings show many benefits in the physical, social and psychological well-being of children, as well as in achievement of curricular objectives. Dr. Kriellaars will share recent developments and implementation of physical literacy in education, recreation and sport. Key research findings will be shared with knowledge translation for integration into health and physical education lesson planning, as well as creating a physical literacy-enriched school.

9:40 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.Breakout Session #1Presenters
PE: Middle/ Secondary

Hall of Champions 1

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Drumming Out Your Physical Activity And Education Classes: How To Incorporate Fitness Activities Utilizing Drum Sticks Into Your Program.   -   UIndy students present how to integrate activities utilizing drum sticks and movement into your physical activity and physical education settings for a motivating and rhythmic experience for middle and high school students.Lisa Hicks
Jill Dempsey
Darby Culp
Teresia Mutur
Karley Woodson
PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 1-5

Host: Donna Hazelett

Instant Activities That Work 1   -   Do you want some new instant activity ideas? Would you like to know how to seamlessly integrate them into your curriculum and use them appropriately? This session is designed for you. Come experience a dynamic session filled with great instant activities, ideas, and strategies designed for grades K-12.Daniel Tennessen


Dance

Hall of Champions 2

Host: Rachel Swinford

Easy And Fun Dances From The Dance Council   -   Come learn a variety of dances that can be implemented in any PE setting. Rachel Swinford
Dance Council

Fitness/Sports

Hall of Champions 3

Host: Eric Klosterman

Making High School Athletes More Mobile   -   Lecture/demonstration on ways to improve movement mobility in high school athletics. This will include demonstration of assessments to analyze movement patterns, and exercises to improve dynamic ankle, hip, and shoulder mobility. Nate Brown


Jump Rope/Hoops for Heart

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

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Jump Rope And Hoops For Heart In Action   -   This is an interactive Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart session. Participants will hear a brief overview of both programs followed by an opportunity to experience several stations that will demonstrate activities that can be used in your own Jump Rope or Hoops for Heart program. This session is perfect for anyone seeking new ideas for their current program, first time coordinators and/or students who want to get a "jump start" by learning how the American Heart Association is valuable resource. Doug Atkinson
Emily Nichols

Health Education

Fortune Square A

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All Hands In For Health!   -   If you are looking for hands on activities for the Health classroom, this presentation is for you! Stop by for hands on lesson ideas, PBL lessons, and for a chance to take home some prizes!Marci Royalty


Advocacy

Fortune Square B

Host: Deborah Torrance

That Is Not My Job....Or Is It? - Teaching Classroom Expectations To Students   -   Learn a simple, effective, and logical way to deal with 80% of your pesky behaviors. Participants will learn strategies that change behaviors such as diffusers, self-control (for the teacher!), prompting techniques, teach - to's and refocus. The best part? You will learn techniques and strategies that work and don't cause extra work for the teacher! Teachers will find themselves with more time to teach, parents will hear more "good" things (and less "bad") about their children, guaranteed! Marsailles Dortch


General

Fortune Square C

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Q&A With Dr. Kriellaars   -   Keynote follow-on session where you can engage in a more personal discussion with Dr. Kriellaars.Dean Kriellaars


10:40 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.Breakout Session #2Presenters
PE: Middle/ Secondary

Hall of Champions 1

Host: Jill Berry

Do It Daily: Fun Filled Fitness Activities For All Grade Levels Utilizing Heart Zones Technology!   -   Motivate and Move your physical education classes while learning effective techniques and innovative ideas in this hands on standard based, activity session. Smart assessment of student learning will also be used.Carole DeHaven
Chris Berg
Jacqueline Ellison
Tyler Gray
Fitness/Sports

Golden Ballroom 1-5

Host: Sign up

Pickleball Challenge!   -   Calling ALL Pickleball players, beginners & veterans. Join the fun and compete for the Top Three Longest Pickleball Rallies at the 2017 Conference! Maximum participation! Unlimited entries! Multiple sessions Thursday and Friday! Bring a partner or we can pair you. We can provide paddles & Pickleballs. Mega Challenge: compete against a local Tennis and Pickleball teaching professional. Open practice is also available. Super Prizes! Top Three partners announced before Friday lunch. Join the fun! Mindy Welch
Art Furman
Lisa Farley
PE: Adapted

Hall of Champions 2

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Practical Solutions For Providing High Quality And Individual Physical Education To Students On The Spectrum   -   This adaptive session will focus on working with students with Autism all across the spectrum. The first part of the session will give teachers practical and manageable solutions for alternatives to assessment and participation ideas needed to meet the student's IEP needs. We will cover a variety of strategies for varying needs including both technology friendly and low tech solutions. The second part of session we will be for questions, peer sharing and brain storming. |Bethany Clegg


Fitness/Sports

Hall of Champions 3

Host: Nate Brown

High School Officials - Our Perception, Our Mindset, And How We Communicate With Coaches/Players   -   To inform/engage (potentially new) referees and current/future coaches - specifically basketball/soccer - on the mindset/protocol we have for games/matches, in addition to how we effectively communicate with coaches/players. This will require understanding of a few common rules that are generally misinterpreted. Communication strategies will provide insight on how we explain/interpret the "play," and how we apply the rules. Learning subtle tactics to defuse emotional coaches/players.Eric Klosterman


PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

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You Heard Right... Free Curriculum Open To All!   -   Attend this session ready to be actively engaged in activities aligned with SHAPE America's National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes. Discover fun and easy methods to promote high quality physical education utilizing a free curriculum resource (OPENphysed.org). OPEN lessons incorporate content language, depth of knowledge questioning, and strategies for academic rigor. Participants will be able to find and access free, high-quality physical education curriculum resources. K-8 Focus.Tom Strenger
Ryan Macy

Health Education

Fortune Square A

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Connecting Learning And Health: Classroom Strategies For Sexual Education   -   Participants will be engaged in activities they can use when teaching sexuality education to middle school and high school students.Brian Lucas, MS, MCHES
Diana Ruschhaupt

Advocacy

Fortune Square C

Host: Lindsay Carl

What State Legislators Think about PE and What We Can Do About It   -   The purpose of this session is to share evidence from an ongoing research study to help attendees understand how state legislators perceive physical education and how those perceptions can impact school wellness and physical education policy. The components of "adequate learning opportunities" will be outlined and a framework for targeted advocacy will be provided. General and specific strategies for effective advocacy will also be highlighted and discussed.|Chad Killian


Higher Education/Research

Fortune Square D

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Using Guided Reflections In The Gym For Teacher Preparation   -   Ever had students think they don't NEED a class? We will provide insight and examples to help students connect to content and increase critical thinking skills by using guided reflections.Amy Bultinck
Dr. Lisa Farley

11:30 a.m. - 12:50 p.m.Reunion ReceptionDirectors Row 3

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.     Visit the Exposition Hall

12:00 p.m. - 12:50 p.m.Breakout Session #3Presenters
Ticketed Event

Hall of Champions 1

Jump Rope Hoops for Heart Luncheon   -   Recognition lunch for top performers in Jump Rope/Hoops for Heart. Please contact your Regional Youth Director if you are interested in attending. (Special Guest Speaker: Fran Cleland, SHAPE America President)Doug Atkinson


Fitness/Sports

Golden Ballroom 1-5

Pickleball Challenge!   -   Calling ALL Pickleball players, beginners & veterans. Join the fun and compete for the Top Three Longest Pickleball Rallies at the 2017 Conference! Maximum participation! Unlimited entries! Multiple sessions Thursday and Friday! Bring a partner or we can pair you. We can provide paddles & Pickleballs. Mega Challenge: compete against a local Tennis and Pickleball teaching professional. Open practice is also available. Super Prizes! Top Three partners announced before Friday lunch. Join the fun! Mindy Welch
Art Furman
Lisa Farley
Ticketed Event

Hall of Champions 2

Council for Future Professionals Luncheon   -   Calling all pre-service teachers attending Indiana colleges and universities. This is your opportunity to meet like-minded young professionals. (Special Guest Speaker: Dr. Dean Kriellaars)Andrea McMurtry


Ticketed Event

Hall of Champions 3

PE: Elementary Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like-minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Andrea Bornino


Ticketed Event

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

Dance Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like-minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Rachel Swinford


Ticketed Event

Fortune Square A

Health Education Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like-minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Jenny Berju


Ticketed Event

Fortune Square B

PE: Adapted Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like-minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Amy Oliver


Ticketed Event

Fortune Square C

Fitness/Sports Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like-minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Eric Klosterman


Ticketed Event

Directors Row 1

Technology Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like-minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Maria Hallman


1:00 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.Breakout Session #4Presenters
PE: Middle/ Secondary

Hall of Champions 1

Host: Sign up

Problem-Solving Activities For The Next 100 Years   -   Challenge your students to cooperatively work through interesting, challenging, and fun Problem-Solving Activities that will pique their interest. Activities require little to no equipment and can be used from elementary up to secondary level students.Roberta Sipe


Fitness/Sports

Golden Ballroom 1-5

Host: Sign up

Pickleball Challenge!   -   Calling ALL Pickleball players, beginners & veterans. Join the fun and compete for the Top Three Longest Pickleball Rallies at the 2017 Conference! Maximum participation! Unlimited entries! Multiple sessions Thursday and Friday! Bring a partner or we can pair you. We can provide paddles & Pickleballs. Mega Challenge: compete against a local Tennis and Pickleball teaching professional. Open practice is also available. Super Prizes! Top Three partners announced before Friday lunch. Join the fun! Mindy Welch
Art Furman
Lisa Farley
Dance

Hall of Champions 2

Host: Rachel Swinford

The Brain On Movement - Bring It On!!!   -   LeAnn Haggard, National Dance TOY, and Indiana Physical Education TOY has traveled the country sharing her love of movement. In a session that will be packed with all kinds of ideas for incorporating rhythmic movement, disguised by meeting great objectives and following SHAPE standards for Dance and Physical Education, she will get you excited to share this particular unit. It is interdisciplinary, maximizes participation for all kids and taps into creativity, critical thinking and problem solving.LeAnn Haggard


Fitness/Sports

Hall of Champions 3

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The Carmel Physical Conditioning Program: Ideas To Improve High School Physical Conditioning Programs.   -   This presentation is presented by the 2016 Teacher of the year. This presentation will give Physical education teachers ideas for their strength and conditioning program. It will also explain how the Carmel physical conditioning program was developed.Adam Havice
Aaron Bosket

PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

Host: Laurie Wanser

Scooter Madness   -   Scooters have been around for years!!! It's time to bring this versatile exercise tool back into your program in new and exciting ways. The 2016 IAHPERD Elementary Teacher of the Year will demonstrate and teach several fitness, problem solving, and cooperative activities that incorporate scooters. These activities will have 100% student engagement and have your students begging for more! Zach Kelley


Health Education

Fortune Square A

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More Health Ideas Than You Can Handle   -   Are you seeking new Health lessons? Looking for info on how to improve some health units? Look no further! Walk away with lessons, classroom ideas and how to get your kids motivated to be their best every day!Maria Hallman


Technology

Fortune Square B

Host: Margaret Lion

Get Yours Students Engaged With Fuel Up To Play 60   -   Explanation of the nation's number one in-school health and wellness program along with one school's many successes in getting students happy to be active.Mary Nicholson
Chris Berg
Brooke Williams
Grants

Fortune Square C

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Grant Writing -Showcase Of Grants From 2015-2016   -   IAHPERD has provided funding for $16,000 worth of grants over the last two years. Join our round table discussion as these award winners share objectives and outcomes and how these efforts have impacted their students. IAHPERD Mini grants and Jump/Hoops for Heart guidelines are on the IAHPERD website.Carole DeHaven
Shannon Powers
Sheli Plummer
Katy McClure
Aquatics/Recreation

Fortune Square D

Host: LeAnn Haggard

Using Recreation To Discuss Core Values   -   This session will give attendees ideas of how to incorporate their organizations core values into a recreation activity.Jordan McIntire
Chad Simmons
Tommy Means
2:00 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.Breakout Session #5Presenters
PE: Middle/ Secondary

Hall of Champions 1

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No Excuses For Fitness: Making Fitness A Priority   -   Little or No equipment? Not enough time? Fitness isn't fun? No more excuses. This interactive session will help you make fitness a priority for your secondary students. Creative, standards-based, fitness focused activities will be presented which tie into the Fitnessgram, your needs for assessment, and developing the total student. Ann Huntoon
IU PhysEd Majors
Sarah Dilts
PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 1-5

Host: Rachel Swinford

Beat, Stomp, and Clap to Fitness - Cultural Dance Rhythms   -   Integrating dance into the physical education curriculum enhances children's awareness of other cultures and develops both skill-related and health-related fitness. Participants will engage in African, Samoan, and Maori dances. Standards based lessons and aligned assessments will be provided.Fran Cleland


Ticketed Event

Hall of Champions 2

Host: LeAnn Haggard

Intro To Hip Hop Workout   -   In this session, physical educators will actively participate while learning how to teach fun hip hop dances!Rachel Swinford


Fitness/Sports

Hall of Champions 3

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Feeling Fine And Fabulous About Fitness   -   Are you in need of some new fitness activities and ideas? During this session, we will present a variety of fitness/wellness activities appropriate for various age levels. Come join us as we "feel fine and fabulous about fitness"!Diana Jones


PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

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Greatest Hits: Our Favorite Activities   -   Join the fun as we unveil our students' favorite Elementary Physical Education games. Be reenergized as you collect new "greatest Hits" for your classes. Andrea Bornino
Kyle Jolly

Advocacy

Fortune Square A

Host: Deborah Torrance

Put The 'Pro' In Professional   -   If you don't speak up for quality health and physical education, who will? Speaking up means knowing what you stand for, why it is important, and how to get your message across. This session covers the ABC's of how to advocate like a pro within your school district. Find out what resources are available to promote the importance of what you do. Gary Lemke


Technology

Fortune Square B

Host: Diane Hearn

Making the Most of MVPA- Student Assessment and Teacher Evaluation   -   Utilizing Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity as ONE criterion in student assessment and teacher evaluation, this session will provide a demonstration of the use of heart rate monitors during physical activity. Key components of the system such as the individualization of heart rate zones and reports will be presented. A discussion of the data gathered and uses as a grading and motivation tool for student and teacher evaluation strategies will be included. Debra Berkey
Beth Kirkpatrick

Fitness/Sports

Fortune Square C

Host: Eric Klosterman

Current Trends In Coaching   -   We will be exploring the current trends in coaching as well as best practices. Looking at past experiences, the hope is to work together to learn how to handle certain situations before and after those situations occur. In presenting those experiences, the knowledge of experienced coaches can aid those with coaches at the novice level. Carl Sanders


3:00 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.Breakout Session #6Presenters
PE: Middle/ Secondary

Hall of Champions 1

Host: Jill Berry

No Time-Outs! Think On Your Feet And Not Your Seat   -   Does your school insist that you teach sports? Today's the day that sports drills become fitness oriented for your program. This session will provide you with sports lead up skills through fun drills. All students will be actively engaged while maximizing time on task.Donna Hazelett
Bert McLaughlin

General

Hall of Champions 2

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Indiana's New Academic Standards: An Introduction and Overview   -   In 2017, a team of educators and community partners collaborated with the IDOE to develop the latest editions of the Indiana Academic Standards for Health and Physical Education. Through their hard work, research, and expertise these documents have become a dynamic resource to address and promote the health, wellness and physical literacy of students in Indiana. In this session, an overview of the new standards and resources will be provided by the IDOE and members of the writing teams. Sue Henry
Diana Ruschhaupt
Tammy Brant
Fitness/Sports

Hall of Champions 3

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Neural-Integrated Teaching - Using Taekwondo Body Exercises To Enhance Student Success   -   Throughout Eastern cultures the connection between a healthy body and healthy mind is well understood and well documented. This program teaches you how to use traditional Korean movement drills to enhance student understanding and success by tapping into the neural integration inherent in all humans. These engaging exercises enhance midline-crossing integration and the development of cross-brain learning. Dr. Friedmann is an exercise scientist and Head Coach for the US Martial Arts Team.Alberto Friedmann


PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

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Drumming Up New Ideas With Your Music Colleagues: Infusing Percussion For Interdisciplinary And Movement Success   -   Participants will learn how to integrate percussion and physical activity, similar to latest fitness movement of POUND®, to facilitate sequencing movement and interdisciplinary success for elementary-age students as presented by UIndy Kinesiology and Music students.Lisa Hicks
Jill Dempsey
Roberta Sipe
Brenda Clark
Julie Brunnemer
Cassidy Bruner
Anna Miller
Brynn Stebbe
Jacqueline Wiernicki

Technology

Fortune Square A

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Hyperdoc - Digital Lesson Design Using Google Apps   -   I am not claiming to be an expert, but I will give you ideas and steps on how to make your own HyperDoc! This ain't your mamma's web search. "The HyperDoc Handbook" is authored by Lisa Highfill, Kelly Hilton, and Sarah Landis. All ideas in this session were probably lifted from someone else...well, most of them. Diane Hearn


Health Education

Fortune Square B

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Teach Like A Superhero!   -   The world might see you as a teacher, but to your students you are a hero! Come join these 2 middle school health educators as they share their "SUPER" ideas for the health classroom to keep your students excited and engaged. This session will cover everything from technology and activities in the classroom to bell ringers and formative assessments. Handouts as well as electronic resources will be available to all who attend this session! Jenny Berju
Beth Crowe

PE: Adapted

Fortune Square C

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Undergraduate Service Learning Experiences through Adapted Physical Activity Clinics at IUPUI   -   Undergraduate Service Learning Assistants in the School of PETM at IUPUI will discuss their experiences and in working at the Adapted Physical Activity Clinics offered at IUPUI. Amy Oliver


Health Education

Fortune Square D

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Hispanics Student-Athletes In Intercollegiate Athletics   -   This qualitative study explores the academic, athletic, and social experiences of Hispanic males in American intercollegiate athletics at the NCAA Division I level.Allison K Manwell
James E Johnson
Lindsey Blom

4:00 p.m - 6:00 p.m.     Centennial Celebration - It's Our 100th Birthday!

Celebrity Guest Appearance by Gary Brackett,
Former Indianapolis Colts, Super Bowl Champion

Golden Ballrooms 1-5
Live DJ   -   Dancing   -   Food, drink, and desserts   -   Prizes and giveaways

  Grand Prize:   Free 2018 SHAPE America Conference Registration (Nashville, TN) - Other prizes/giveaways

6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.     Awards Banquet  

(ticketed event - purchase deadline: 10/15)     - Brickyard

Educators of the Year:   Health Educator, Dance Educator, Recreation/Leisure
Physical Education Teachers of the Year:   Adapted, Elementary, Middle School, Secondary
Association Awards:   Honor, Leadership, Young Professional, Special Contribution, Pathfinder
Presidential Citations
Legacy Award

Friday, November 3rd

7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Registration / Information DeskFoyer
7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Educational Technology Information CenterDirectors Row 1
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.A Century of Indiana AHPERD - Historical Artifacts Directors Row 3
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Exposition Hall OpenPreconvene

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.   Keynote: Moral Courage - The Time Has Come!

Judy LoBianco, Supervisor of Health, Physical Education and Nursing - South Orange-Maplewood School District; President-Elect, SHAPE America

Moral Courage means doing the right thing when faced with difficult choices and consequences. Our profession needs champions with moral courage to advance our mission as advocates for children and the benefits of health and physical education. Join the journey to acquire moral courage.

Golden Ballrooms 1-5

9:40 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.Breakout Session #7Presenters
Health Education

Hall of Champions 1

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Random Rhythms: Measuring Instructional Effectiveness Using Mvpa   -   Measuring moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) is one of the most critical elements of an effective physical education program. The Heart Zones System incorporates the use of individualized MVPA zones, non-intrusive blink armband HRM, Ipads and big board displays to facilitate the achievement of National Standards 1,3,and 4. Session content includes a demonstration of the Heart Zone System during the instruction of selected dance activities and the use of the data collectedDeb Berkey


PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 1-5

Host: Meg Hite

Instant Activities That Work 2   -   Do you want some new instant activity ideas? Would you like to know how to seamlessly integrate them into your curriculum and use them appropriately? This session is designed for you. Come experience a dynamic session filled with even more great instant activities, ideas, and strategies designed for grades K-12.Daniel Tennessen


PE: Adapted

Hall of Champions 2

Host: Dolores Wilson

I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for PE!   -   Want all of your students screaming for PE because they are successful, not because they are afraid of the ball? This session will provide teachers with variations for teaching skills and fitness activities to students using their natural ability at any skill level. Come join us for an interactive session full of activities sure to provide your students with opportunities for success and growth! Mandy Stout
Donna Hazelett

Fitness/Sports

Hall of Champions 3

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Yoga 101: A Fun Way To Improve Physical Fitness   -   Yoga is a more than 5000 years old Indian body of knowledge that helps to harmonize the body and mind through various yoga poses and dynamic movement sequences. Research has shown that yoga has great health benefits while improving physical fitness. In this session, we will introduce popular yoga poses and how to build up yoga sequences in progression that are easy to teach and learn. Teaching ideas and strategies regarding how to integrate fitness topics into yoga practice will be shared too.Myung-Ah Lee
Molly Hare
PhysEd Majors, ISU
PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

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Hand Grip Correlates On Fine Motor Skills In Elementary School Students   -   Purpose 1: To describe preliminary data from children 5-12 years old. Specifically, if hand grip and muscular strength activities impact fine motor skills used in kindergarten through fifth grade. Furthermore, to compare: the quality of daily physical education compared to a standard, 30-minute, one day/week class. Purpose 2: To describe preliminary pre-test data determining whether muscle strength during childhood predicts old age functional ability by comparing score to adult normative data.Shannon Powers
Xinye Wu
Dr. Crissy Suits
Health Education

Fortune Square A

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Dr. Health's Prescription for Engaging Students   -   Do you teach like your hair is on fire? Have you ever dressed up in different costumes to engage your students in their learning? Do you want to learn the prescription to engage all of your students in your classes? If you want to know the answers to these questions this session is for you. You will walk away with techniques you can use on your first day of class to have your students knocking down your door for more! Crystal Gorwitz


Advocacy

Fortune Square B

Host: Cassie Brooks

Who Is Teaching The Children?!   -   Becoming a licensed PE teacher doesn't seem to be attractive. Share thoughts like "How do we attract Professionals?" and "How can we demonstrate the need for more licensed professionals?" Lisa Farley
Mindy Welch

PE: Middle/ Secondary

Fortune Square C

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Let's Go FishIN at School!   -   Learn how to bring Aquatic Resources Ed and Sport Fishing Ed to your school by doing some fun fishing-related activities that can be done inside or outside. And find out how you can borrow fishing equipment and receive educational materials from the DNR for free.Clint Kowalik


Higher Education/Research

Fortune Square D

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Roles, Management, And Message Dissemination Of Collegiate Sport Team Captains   -   Research examining collegiate sport team captains has primarily studied leadership (e.g., Granzol, Perlis, & Draina, 2010). This study examined management of collegiate sport team captains including roles, management, and communication from the coaches perspective. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with full and part-time collegiate sport coaches regarding their perspectives and experiences with team captains. Implications include understanding the managerial role and use of captains.Taylor Hutton
Leeann Lower

10:40 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.Breakout Session #8Presenters
PE: Middle/ Secondary

Hall of Champions 1

Host: Jill Berry

You Heard Right... Free Curriculum Open To All! (Secondary Version)   -   Be ready to be actively engaged in activities aligned with SHAPE America's National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes. Discover easy methods to promote high quality PE utilizing a free curriculum resource (OPENphysed.org). OPEN lessons incorporate content language, depth of knowledge questioning, and strategies for academic rigor. This is a working session designed to prepare you to try new & creative ways to explore fitness concepts, & engineer deliberate movement in your MS/HS PE classroom. Tom Strenger
Crystal Gorwitz

Fitness/Sports

Golden Ballroom 1-5

Host: Sign up

Pickleball Challenge!   -   Calling ALL Pickleball players, beginners & veterans. Join the fun and compete for the Top Three Longest Pickleball Rallies at the 2017 Conference! Maximum participation! Unlimited entries! Multiple sessions Thursday and Friday! Bring a partner or we can pair you. We can provide paddles & Pickleballs. Mega Challenge: compete against a local Tennis and Pickleball teaching professional. Open practice is also available. Super Prizes! Top Three partners announced before Friday lunch. Join the fun! Mindy Welch
Art Furman
Lisa Farley
Dance

Hall of Champions 2

Host: Rachel Swinford

Dr. Sander's Greatest Dance Hits!   -   This exciting movement and dance session will cruise across a variety of mixers, line and fun dances. Here is a sample of popular dances to be taught: Mr. Sandman, The Muscle Dance and Shut Up and Dance. Come join us!Dr. Gary Sanders


Fitness/Sports

Hall of Champions 3

Host: Molly & Aaron Crawn

Shadow Dodging!   -   Join this interactive session to see how to make a PowerPoint presentation for your Physical Education class! Jump in on the fun and see if you can use your shadow to dodge the moving objects. Molly Crawn
Aaron Crawn

PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

Host: Meg Hite

"Corner" Fitness Activities And Games   -   The 2016 IAHPERD Elementary TOY will teach you have to set-up your gym or activity area into corners to develop an infinite amount of fitness activities and games! This simple set-up will allow you to improve classroom management, engage all students at all times, and maximize activity time with quicker transitions. You will walk away with an endless supply of games and fitness activities! Zach Kelley


Health Education

Fortune Square A

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Ditch The Textbook: Health Education In The Flipped Classroom   -   Say 'health textbook' and most people think of words like boring, dated, ineffective, and expensive. How unfortunate because no other school subject deals with more topics considered important to students - feelings, challenges, relationships, decisions, etc. It's time to ditch the textbook in favor of a peer-driven, (yet teacher facilitated) environment where students embrace healthy behaviors, not simply health information. Gary Lemke


PE: Elementary

Fortune Square B

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Modernizing The P.A.C.E.R. Test Using Blink Armbands   -   The Heart Zones System, featuring the blink armband and a "SMART AP", allows teachers to set individualized moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) zones, set realistic student goals, communicate with parents and collect authentic teacher performance data. Session includes a demo of the system and a discussion of the value of its use during the administration of the P.A.A.C.E.R. Beth Kirkpatrick


Aquatics/Recreation

Fortune Square C

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Where Does Recreation Meet Physical Education?   -   This session, through a recreational therapy lens, will present tools utilized in recreation such as assessment and leisure education and demonstrate how they may translate to physical education. Tommy Means
Chad Simmons
Jordan McIntire

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.     Visit the Exposition Hall

12:00 p.m. - 12:50 p.m.Breakout Session #9Presenters
Ticketed Event

Hall of Champions 1

SHAPE America Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet with District/National leaders to learn more about SHAPE America programs and benefits.Deb Berkey


Fitness/Sports

Golden Ballroom 1-5

Pickleball Challenge!   -   Calling ALL Pickleball players, beginners & veterans. Join the fun and compete for the Top Three Longest Pickleball Rallies at the 2017 Conference! Maximum participation! Unlimited entries! Multiple sessions Thursday and Friday! Bring a partner or we can pair you. We can provide paddles & Pickleballs. Mega Challenge: compete against a local Tennis and Pickleball teaching professional. Open practice is also available. Super Prizes! Top Three partners announced before Friday lunch. Join the fun! Mindy Welch
Art Furman
Lisa Farley
Ticketed Event

Hall of Champions 2

Council for Future Professionals   -   Calling all pre-service teachers attending Indiana colleges and universities. This is your opportunity to meet like-minded young professionals. Keynote Judy LoBianco will attend to answer questions about the transition to a first-year teacher.Andrea McMurtry


Ticketed Event

Hall of Champions 3

PE: Elementary Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like-minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Andrea Bornino


Ticketed Event

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

PE: Middle/ Secondary Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Jill Berry


Ticketed Event

Fortune Square A

Grants Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Carole DeHaven


Ticketed Event

Fortune Square B

Aquatics/Recreation Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Ann Huntoon


Ticketed Event

Fortune Square D

Higher Education Networking/Round Table Lunch   -   Meet like minded educators, share best practices, discuss issues and opportunities.Andrew Eberline


1:00 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.Breakout Session #10Presenters
PE: Middle/ Secondary

Hall of Champions 1

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10 Minute Games   -   Looking for some 10 minutes games to use for warm-ups or at the end of class? Come to this fast paced session where we will show you as many activities as we can in the time allotted. Some games will be new and some you may have seen before. Come for a chance to win equipment door prizes.|Clint Borntrager
Nicole Swanson
Jodie Steele
Advocacy

Golden Ballroom 1-5

Host: Deborah Torrance

Achieving 50 Million Strong   -   50 Million Strong is SHAPE America's commitment to empowering all youth to lead active lives and make healthy choices through effective health education and physical education programs. SHAPE America President, Dr. Fran Cleland, will showcase how teachers are key to achieving 50 Million Strong and feature Indiana AHPERD's health and physical education teachers who are leading the way toward achieving 50 Million Strong. Fran Cleland


Dance

Hall of Champions 2

Host: Rachel Swinford

Let's Dance with Words   -   Come join the fun as we explore ways to create dances with words! See how in this hour long session words such as bird, double clap, disco, shake the salt, and frankenstein can be used to develop creative dances to music students at your level love. |The purpose of this presentation is to provide the audience with motivational dances, music and ideas on how to incorporate dance in the curriculum. Participants will learn high-energy, simple-step dances that will allow them to feel confident in tShannon Maly


Fitness/Sports

Hall of Champions 3

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Weighted Hula Hoops   -   (I already submitted all of this but received no confirmation...)||This session will introduce attendees to the practice of weighted hooping and allow for practice hooping for fitness. Hoops provided.Kelly Helm
Dana Handley
Karen Holmquist
Serena Badgely
PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

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Kindergarten Survival Tips   -   "How do I teach KDG, I am afraid!" Attend this session and take away ideas and activities that will help you teach your KDG students during the 1st days of school and throughout the school year. Kyle Yoder


Health Education

Fortune Square A

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Coping Creatively With Stress For Children And Adults   -   Because we all experience stress, we will discuss and practice tools to assist with the trials and tribulations of every day life for children and adults.Patty Marcum
Renee Frimming

General

Fortune Square B

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Indiana's New Academic Standards: An Introduction and Overview   -   In 2017, a team of educators and community partners collaborated with the IDOE to develop the latest editions of the Indiana Academic Standards for Health and Physical Education. Through their hard work, research, and expertise these documents have become a dynamic resource to address and promote the health, wellness and physical literacy of students in Indiana. In this session, an overview of the new standards and resources will be provided by the IDOE and members of the writing teams. Sue Henry
Diana Ruschhaupt
Tammy Brant
Aquatics/Recreation

Fortune Square D

Host: LeAnn Haggard

Help! I Have To Teach Swimming!!   -   Are you currently teaching swimming, are you a college student about to graduate and look for a PE/Health/Swimming job at a high school, or are you teaching PE and want to get your WSI so that you can teach swimming? Well, this session is for you!!!! Learn how to teach swimming to high school students. This session will cover how to group students, teach the basics with ease, and games to play in the water. Julie Grissom
Ann Huntoon
Allison Lopper
2:00 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.Breakout Session #11Presenters
Fitness/Sports

Hall of Champions 1

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Bringing Tennis To Your Gym, No Courts Required!   -   Quick & easy on-court, interactive demo of specific games, drills, challenges, and competition pieces a PE teacher(elementary, MS, or HS teacher) could use in class to run a tennis unit. We will be using portable pop-up nets, tennis tape, foam balls, and other inexpensive props to help and show just how easy this can be!Cameron Benjamin
Greg Boyd

PE: Elementary

Golden Ballroom 1-5

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Make-It Take-It Fitness Games   -   Are you looking for something new to spark your students' enjoyment of fitness activities? Are you on a lean budget? Learn how to make easy and inexpensive do-it-yourself fitness activities for your physical education classes. These integrated activities include both math and language arts and can easily be shared with elementary classroom teachers as well. (The "MAKE-IT TAKE-IT" work book published by The Great Activities Publishing Company will be available for purchase)Suzie Harness
Connie Bensen

PE: Elementary

Hall of Champions 2

Host: Amy Brown

Let's Play Soccer!   -   Partner with your community to bring the love and knowledge of soccer to your school through fun games and activities! IPSC can come to local area schools and teach soccer progression units. Amy Brown
Nathan Waplington

Advocacy

Golden Ballroom 6, 7

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Moving 50 M Strong From Vision Into Practice   -   The session will illustrate way to connect cognitive concepts for 50 M Vision with a practical example of the presenter's 'Stronger Together' project involving multi aged students. Participants will see a power point and then be offered opportunity to 'get up & move' to enhance learning. As a MW TOY, SHAPE Joy of Effort winner; North Am. Society inductee, the presenter understands that we as Physical Educators are the ones who will 'make 50 M Strong 2029 happen'. The future 'Starts with Us'. Kristine (Kris) Fritz


Health Education

Fortune Square A

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Teaching Middle School Sexual Abstinence With Confidence   -   Veteran teacher shares her philosophy, written curriculum (not a purchased package), and methods for teaching sexual abstinence to middle school students. Paper and electronic copies of teaching resources will be provided to all who attend and are interested. Come learn how this teacher feels confident with this content and considers it her FAVORITE unit with middle school kids!Cassie Brooks


Advocacy

Fortune Square B

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500 Festival Youth Programs   -   Overview of the 500 Festival youth fitness initiatives and how the nonprofit programs have been implemented into schools and the community.Bob Bryant


3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.Board of Directors MeetingOpen to all members
3:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Extended ConferenceIndiana
Convention Center

Indiana Convention
Center - Hall A
305 W Maryland St

3:30 p.m.   ​-   ​Terry Brahm   Indiana Native & Olympian   -   was a member of the 1988 U.S. Olympic Team as a competitor in the 5000m as well as the 1986 NCAA Champion in that event. He retired from competitive running in 1992 and has resided in Indianapolis, IN ever since. For the past 28 years, Brahm has taught and coached in various capacities at Indianapolis’ Ben Davis High School. He is a member of the Indiana University Hall of Fame Monumental Marathon


Indiana Convention
Center - Hall A
305 W Maryland St

4:30 P.M. - Lee Troop   Head Coach of Boulder Track Club High Performance Team & 3x Olympian His career accolades include an Australian Record in the 5000m in 1999 (13:14.82) and multiple World XC and World Championships. In March 2003, Troop ran 2:09:49 at the Lake Biwa Marathon, which is his personal best and he has run sub 2:10 twice. He was a member of the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Australian Olympic Teams. Today, Troop is the head coach of the Boulder Track Club High Performance Team in Boulder, CO as well as the owner of Fleet Feet Sports Boulder. Monumental Marathon


Indiana Convention
Center - Hall A
305 W Maryland St

5:30 P.M. - Krista Duchene   Olympian, Canada's Marathon Mom A Registered Dietitian and well-known as Canada’s Marathon Mom. Her personal best of 2:28:32 is the second fastest women’s marathon time in Canadian history. In April 2014, Krista fractured her femur while defending her title at the Canadian Half Marathon Championships in Montreal. She finished the race, hopping on her other leg, still earning a bronze medal but requiring emergency surgery later that day. Merely 11.5 months later she raced in Rotterdam, Netherlands in which she became the first Canadian in 20 years to qualify for the Olympics in the Women’s Marathon. Monumental Marathon


6:30 p.m.Conference AdjournsSee you next year
Meals are not included in the cost of conference registration.