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Thursday, November 7
 

10:00am CST

PLYOGA Certification-MUST PAY ($99) AND PREREGISTER-see description for link
Become a certified PLYOGA Fitness instructor. $99 registration fee also includes Movement Revolution tools. PLYOGA System Integration, $50 value workout series, unit planning and class builder, conducted by Program Founder Stephanie Lauren. To register and pay: https://www.plyogafitness.com/events/missouri-shape-plyoga-certification
                                   
    

Speakers
Sponsors

Thursday November 7, 2019 10:00am - 5:00pm CST
Granada B/C

10:00am CST

Pre-Convention-Archery in the Schools Certification (must pre-register when you register for the convention)
This workshop will provide certification to conduct Archery in the Schools Programs. Attendance is mandatory to be certified. A box lunch will be available for purchase at beginning of session. It is a free session but you must pre-register when you pay your convention fee.

SIGNING UP ON SCHED DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE REGISTERED. 

Thursday November 7, 2019 10:00am - 6:00pm CST
Campana

1:00pm CST

Committee Chair Meetings-Invite Only
Thursday November 7, 2019 1:00pm - 3:00pm CST
TBA

1:00pm CST

Exhibitor Welcome & Set-Up: Invite only
Thursday November 7, 2019 1:00pm - 6:00pm CST
Campana

7:00pm CST

MOSHAPE Board Meeting-Invite Only
Speakers
DT

Dr. Tom Loughrey

Executive Director, MOSHAPE
Dr. Tom Loughrey is a retired professor from the University of MO - St. Louis and is currently the Executive Director of the Missouri Society of Health and Physical Education (MOSHAPE)


Thursday November 7, 2019 7:00pm - 9:00pm CST
Valencia

9:00pm CST

Presidential Social-Invite only
Thursday November 7, 2019 9:00pm - 11:00pm CST
President's Suite
 
Friday, November 8
 

7:30am CST

Registration
Sponsors

Friday November 8, 2019 7:30am - 5:30pm CST
Lobby

8:30am CST

Pre-Convention: How to Add Action! to Your P.E. Activities
There’s more to Physical Education than the latest and greatest game or activity you found on social media.  This session focuses on how to use ACTION! Team games to improve skills and develop strategy and teamwork in students so that those “latest and greatest” games actually align to standards.

   

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Sponsors

Friday November 8, 2019 8:30am - 11:30am CST
Granada B/C

8:30am CST

Pre-Convention: Processes for District PE Curriculum Revision
How does your school district regularly assess the way the Physical Education Curriculum aligns with standards and achieves appropriate outcomes? Emphasis will be placed on using accepted tools, such as the Physical Education Program Checklist and the revised Physical Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (PECAT) to improve programs. A follow-up regular session is scheduled to prepare materials and processes discussed in this session. Highly suggested for program leaders.
                                   
    

Speakers
avatar for Laura Beckmann

Laura Beckmann

Director of Health, Physical Education and School Wellness, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
DT

Dr. Tom Loughrey

Executive Director, MOSHAPE
Dr. Tom Loughrey is a retired professor from the University of MO - St. Louis and is currently the Executive Director of the Missouri Society of Health and Physical Education (MOSHAPE)
avatar for janet Anderson

janet Anderson

PE K-2, Pleasant Hill Primary School
avatar for Britt Johnson

Britt Johnson

Associate Professor, Missouri Western State University
MOAHPERD President


PECAT pdf

Friday November 8, 2019 8:30am - 11:30am CST
Valencia

8:30am CST

Pre-Convention: PYFP – Phenomenal Presidential Youth Fitness Program
This session is designed to assist in the implementation of the PYFP in your program, and also focus on assessment issues in fitness testing using the Fitnessgram and Brockport Fitness Test for special populations. Conducted by PYFP Trainer Dr. Sheri Beeler, colleagues from MSSU and assisted by Taralyn Garner. FREE


Friday November 8, 2019 8:30am - 11:30am CST
Marbella B

9:30am CST

Pre-Convention: First Aid/CPR/AED
This 2-hour American Red Cross First Aid and CPR/AED training workshop will entail the certification and recertification of Adult, Child, and Infant First Aid Aid/CPR/AED. With the new Missouri law requiring the teaching of CPR to high school students, teaching strategies for how to teach first aid skills will also be included. A certification of completion will be available at the conclusion of the workshop.
                                   
    


Friday November 8, 2019 9:30am - 11:30am CST
Seachase

10:00am CST

Exhibit Hall Open
Friday November 8, 2019 10:00am - 5:00pm CST
Campana

11:45am CST

Association Lunch and Keynote Presentation – Box lunch for members and exhibitors.
Box Lunch provided. Keynotes-Jamie Sparks, SHAPE President and "Meet the Pioneer" Beth Kirkpatrick. Opening Remarks-Sandy Moore, President and Tom Loughrey, Executive Director. President-Elect remarks-Patrick Fine

Speakers
avatar for Jamie Sparks

Jamie Sparks

ETR/HealthSmart, KY SHAPE
DT

Dr. Tom Loughrey

Executive Director, MOSHAPE
Dr. Tom Loughrey is a retired professor from the University of MO - St. Louis and is currently the Executive Director of the Missouri Society of Health and Physical Education (MOSHAPE)
avatar for Patrick Fine

Patrick Fine

K12 PE/Health Content Facilitator, Rockwood School District

Sponsors

Friday November 8, 2019 11:45am - 12:45pm CST
Campana

1:30pm CST

1:30pm CST

Restorative Practices in Health and PE
Using 'Better Than Carrots or Sticks: Restorative Practices for Positive Classroom Management' attendees will explore, discuss, and participate in a variety of restorative practices that can be implemented in Health/PE courses to improve classroom management, strengthen relationships, and promote a more positive and inclusive classroom environment.

Speakers
avatar for Atom Zuniga

Atom Zuniga

Health/PE Teacher, Lindbergh Schools


Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Seachase

1:30pm CST

Using the Four Tendencies to Promote Health Behavior Change

Using the Four Tendencies to Promote Health Behavior Change

Understanding how we respond to expectations can better enable us with skills that help us change or make healthy behavior choices. Based on Gretchen Rubin’s book, The Four Tendencies (2017), we can use the personality profile quiz to examine how inner and outer expectations determines our behavior tendency (upholder, obliger, rebel, questioner). Understanding our tendency can help improve health behavior change outcomes. This presentation will explore the application of using an individual’s tendency in order to understand how each tendency affects health behaviors; how we can use tendency knowledge to promote healthy behavior choices and provide impact; and effective tendency strategies when working with students or clients.

Rubin, G. (2018). The four tendencies. London, United Kingdom. Hodder & Stoughton General Division. 

Please take the four tendencies quiz prior to the presentation at https://quiz.gretchenrubin.com/ 

Speakers
avatar for Kim Kato, Ed.D., MCHES ®, PAPHS

Kim Kato, Ed.D., MCHES ®, PAPHS

PhD & MS Health Education and Promotion, Program Director, Walden University
Kim Kato, Ed.D. MCHES ®, PAPHSDr. Kato is the Program Director for the Ph.D. and MS Health Education and Promotion programs at Walden University (2015 – present). She earned a B.S. in Human Nutrition and Physical Fitness (1997) and an M.Ed. in Curriculum Instruction in Health Education... Read More →



Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Malaga

1:30pm CST

Closing the Development Gap with Mindful Movement
Shirt chewing, wiggles, underdeveloped students, OH MY!  If you have these students, come learn why and how you can help.  This session has in-depth information on brain and motor development and how it relates to SEL, physical, and academic success.  You will leave with new ideas to implement in your classroom, school and district that will help ALL of your students diminish those development gaps, self-regulate and achieve success in and out of the gym.  


Speakers
avatar for Sally Schulte

Sally Schulte

PE/K-12 PE Lead, Green Tree Elementary



Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Marbella B

1:30pm CST

Creating an Outdoor Awareness Program for your school
Come learn how Springfield Public Schools started an Outdoor Awareness program at the Middle School level. We will share how we collaborated with the Missouri Department of Conservation and others to provide resources to start an Outdoor Awareness class. Outdoor Awareness teachers will share how they have worked to create and provide engaging lessons and experiences for our students. Learn what grants are available to get started to provide resources, curriculum, and field trips.

Speakers
avatar for Brad Brummel

Brad Brummel

Coordinator of Health and Physical Education, Springfield Public Schools RXII
Passionate about supporting teachers and providing an engaging, relevant, and personal learning experience for the 25,000 students in Springfield.



Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Eagle's Peak

1:30pm CST

Fitness Principles - Guide Your Teaching, Guide Your Life
Need to set up a new unit or an entire semester? Create your "WHY" first, then use fitness principles to guide your lesson objectives. This presentation will give an overview of basic fitness principles and how one can use them to create effective unit and semester plans. This information will also be extended into how can we use these principles in our everyday lives.

Speakers
avatar for Melanie Zerr

Melanie Zerr

Physical Education and Health, Timberland High School - Wentzville R-IV School District
2018 MO TOY - Secondary and 2019 Central District TOY - Secondary, Follow @THSZerr  Long time attendee and presenter.


Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Lookout

1:30pm CST

How to Teach the Basic Mechanics of the Golf Swing in PE
Golf is a lifelong sport enjoyed by people of all ages, teaching and learning the basic mechanics of the golf swing can be challenging. To be successful golfers, students must learn countless techniques, including an understanding of the basic mechanics of the full swing, proper putting, chipping, and pitching techniques, and how and when to use appropriate irons, woods, and hybrids. This course will teach you how to navigate the difficulties of teaching golfing fundamentals with patience and ease. Beginning with learning how to enhance your students’ skills through proper body positioning, swing form, and club choice. You will also cultivate tools and strategies to correct common errors and teach the vocabulary terms and sporting principles necessary to create successful golfers. By the end of the course, you will have created a plan that supports beginning golfers to master basic mechanics and techniques that are integral to success on the golf course.

Speakers
LM

Laura McCune, MPH, CHES, LPGA Class A

LPGA Class A Professional Golf Instructor, Laura McCune Golf
After a successful college athletic career as a 3 sport athlete, I realized I had a great passion for teaching. I have been teaching the golf swing and the game of golf for almost 30 years now, and I believe golf is a sport people of any shape, size, gender, age, or physical ability... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Driving Range

1:30pm CST

Ninja Warrior Obstacles and More
Ninja warrior obstacle course that focuses on functional fitness, strength, balance, fun, and more! For all ages and fitness levels!

Speakers
avatar for Annie Dudek

Annie Dudek

Elementary Physical Education, Cassell Park Elementary
I have been teaching Physical Education for 13 years. I have taught K-12 and I am currently at an elementary school K-5. I love helping my students find their passion in fitness and health! I try to incorporate new ways to help my students learn and have fun!



Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Granada B/C

1:30pm CST

PE Chat
Dr. Patrick Fine, Rockwood's K12 PE/Health Coordinator will facilitate small group discussions on current and relevant hot topics. Learn from others and share your expertise.  Come and practice the skill of engaging in a professional conversation.  

Speakers
avatar for Patrick Fine

Patrick Fine

K12 PE/Health Content Facilitator, Rockwood School District


Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Valencia

1:30pm CST

Physical Education - Phun and Phit
A collection of fun learning activities which will help enhance your student's physical literacy. Come learn activities that will tap into the interests of your students.


Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Granada A

1:30pm CST

Prevention Education: Leveraging Technology to Inform
Are you prepared to address teen alcohol use, mental health and the prescription drug epidemic within your community? EVERFI’s innovative digital resources are empowering high school students with the knowledge and skills they need to make safe, healthy, and informed decisions about alcohol, prescription medications, and mental wellness. Aligned to the National Health Education Standards, the AlcoholEdu, Prescription Drug Safety, and Mental Wellness basics courses include interactive scenarios and self-guided activities. Students learn the facts about alcohol and drugs and valuable refusal skills. Join us or visit EVERFI.com/k-12 to learn more. All resources are available at no cost to Missouri schools.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Miller

Heather Miller

Director of K12 Implementation, EVERFI
EVERFI's supplemental resources will help prepare our Missouri Gifted Educators to equip students with the critical life skills they need to thrive beyond the classroom.  EVERFI's digital resources focus on these essential skills, including financial literacy, STEM, health and wellness... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm CST
Escollo

2:30pm CST

Vendor Time
Friday November 8, 2019 2:30pm - 3:00pm CST
Campana

3:00pm CST

Advocacy: Time to SPEAK OUT!
Presented by the MOSHAPE President-Elect. This session provides attendees with the opportunity to wrestle with issues related to advocacy. Advocacy suggestions are provided and participants are encourage to create a plan of action for advocacy.

Speakers
avatar for Dennis Docheff

Dennis Docheff

MOSHAPE Past President 2021, Univ. of Central Missouri
Dennis has been an educator for over forty years.  His experiences include teaching, administration, and coaching at the elementary, middle school, high school, and university levels.  Docheff’s areas of expertise include teaching and coaching effectiveness and administration... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Seachase

3:00pm CST

health. moves. minds. - Lessons from a Pilot School
Want to learn about the new Health.Moves.Minds program?  Come meet Yasmeen Taji-Farouki...the guru of this amazing program and have all of your questions answered.

Speakers
avatar for Yasmeen Taji-Farouki

Yasmeen Taji-Farouki

Shape America
avatar for Kristi Bieri

Kristi Bieri

Physical Education Teacher, Odessa R-7 School District
avatar for Kyle Salvo

Kyle Salvo

#2 National Fundraising School, health.moves.minds. Champion
Kyle Salvo is in his 17th year of teaching. A graduate of The University of Central Missouri, Kyle holds a B.S. in Physical Education, an M.S. in Education, and an Ed.S. in School Administration K-8. He holds a Certificate in Health Education. Kyle is currently teaching Physical Education... Read More →



Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Escollo

3:00pm CST

Skills-Based Health
Join a group of middle level teachers from Liberty, Mo to learn about our Skills Based Health and OER journey. We have researched and rewritten our curriculum to be all skills based and do not use a textbook. 2017-18 was our first year of teaching and modifying our curriculum. Come join us for an interactive conversation about strategies used, the challenges, and resources.  Our curriculum is open for anyone to use and we will share how to navigate it during this session, as well as some of our favorite activities.

Speakers
avatar for Gina Lange

Gina Lange

PE/Health Teacher & Middle Level Curriculum Coordinator Health & PE, Liberty Public Schools
avatar for Erica Bruggemann

Erica Bruggemann

PE/Health, Liberty Public Schools



Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Valencia

3:00pm CST

Brain Breaks
Presentation will include Northwest Missouri State University's very own Gina McNeese. How to incorporate brain boosters in the classroom AND in the gym. Learning more about how the brain is enhanced by rhythmic activities, Bal-a-cis-x and cross body movements! Be prepared to have fun, laugh, to be challenged, and to bring back fun things to your school! 

Speakers
KP

Kaisee Perkins

High School PE, Lafayette Co. C-1


Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Granada A

3:00pm CST

Crossing the Midline
This session will share activities and ideas of how to incorporate crossing the mid-line with PK-3 students. There will be demonstrations and some hands on activities. Some of the ideas can be taken back to your school and shared with the classroom teachers.

Speakers
avatar for Tina Moore

Tina Moore

Teacher, Appleton City RII



Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Lookout

3:00pm CST

Heart Zones & PLYoga Presentation
Speakers
Sponsors

Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Marbella B

3:00pm CST

MUFFS (Missouri Urban Fishing for Schools)
Presented by the TN AHPERD President

Speakers
WH

Wayne Hines

TN AHPERD


Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Campana

3:00pm CST

STEAM in PE
STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Activity, & Mathematics. Through this presentation we will share ideas and strategies that will assist you in implementing this 21st century acronym and skills into your health and P.E. classrooms!

Speakers
avatar for Nick Clements

Nick Clements

B.S. Exercise Science - Truman State UniversityM.A. Education - Truman State UniversityEdS in Educational Leadership - University of Missouri DESE Certified Building AdministratorNASM Certified CPT/Sports Nutrition SpecialistFormer Personal Trainer Taught P.E. in Wentzville School... Read More →
avatar for Marc Tiernan

Marc Tiernan

Practical and Fine Arts Coordinator, Wentzville School District
Marc Tiernan is in his 14th year of education having taught all levels of physical education from kindergarten through college. Tiernan served as physical education and health teacher for 11 years, 2 years as an elementary assistant principal, and currently as the Fine and Practical... Read More →


STEAM PE pptx

Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Malaga

3:00pm CST

Taste of Spark - Purposeful Play
Enter the wonderful world of SPARK games. Looking for K-8 games with a purpose? Intrigued to learn some of SPARK’s researched strategies to increase MVPA and support academic achievement? Leave this session ready to “play it” the SPARK way!

Speakers

Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Granada B/C

3:00pm CST

Yoga for Weight Lifters
Decrease in mobility can hinder progress in weight training. Yoga can increase your mobility to enhance weight training. Focus on stretches/poses to open hips, ankles, chest, and other problem areas.

Speakers
avatar for Ami Schulte

Ami Schulte

Physical education- Timberland High
2020 MO TOY - Secondary, 2021 Central District TOY - Secondary, Follow @THSASchulte


Friday November 8, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CST
Marbella A

4:15pm CST

MO PSRS Teacher Retirement

Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Malaga

4:15pm CST

LGBTQ Crash Course
The LGBTQ Crash Course is an opportunity to learn basic terms and concepts surrounding gender and sexuality. Participants will engage in interactive lessons that will lead to a greater understanding of LGBTQ identities and how they impact students. Topics covered include gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation,gender roles, health disparities for LGBTQ people,and how to respond to hard questions about gender and sexuality.

Speakers
avatar for Megan Moore

Megan Moore

Adolescent Health Educator, MODHSS



Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Marbella B

4:15pm CST

Authentic Assessments in Physical Education
This presentation will provide information, and methods to aid the Physical Education instructor measure and assess knowledge and physical performance properly. The major goal of this presentation is to help the physical education instructor with assessment methods that measures intellectual and skill accomplishments that are worthwhile, significant, and meaningful instead of awarding grades based merely on "participation." An assortment of specific assessments, including appropriate standards, benchmarks and/or rubrics will be provided to all attendees.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. John L. Hinsley

Dr. John L. Hinsley

Asst. Professor KInesiology, Southwest Baptist Universiyty


Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Valencia

4:15pm CST

Games for Every Size Group
Come ready to learn and participate in a variety of group games designed for a variety of group sizes and ages. This session will leave you with an abundance of new ideas ready for you to implement Monday morning. You will also obtain FREE resources for you to dig into and find what works best for your class set up. These games work great for brain breaks in the traditional classroom, a quick warm-up, or a fun way to introduce something new to to your class.

Speakers
avatar for Kelsey Stenger

Kelsey Stenger

9-12 Girls PE Teacher, Carthage High School



Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Granada B/C

4:15pm CST

Holiday and Theme Units - Fun and Physical Activity
We will be playing games with various holiday and themes. We will be sharing ideas for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Winter, St. Pats, Fire Safety Week, Spring, Spirit Week and many more. Many games use homemade or low cost items. Come have some holiday fun - We will give away a few sets of games.

Speakers
avatar for Susan Birtley

Susan Birtley

Physical Education Teacher, Beasley Elementary



Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Marbella A

4:15pm CST

MO Chopped
Love the Food Network's CHOPPED TV Show?  Well you have come to right place to combine a TV favorite with your passion to create activities for your students. Bring yourself and a few friends to make a team (teams can be created at the presentation too, if need be) and compete against others to come up with some spicy PE activities.  Each round will have different equipment to create activities with as well as a different theme.  Who will make the most out of the equipment provided?  Do you have what it takes not to get CHOPPED?

Speakers
avatar for Katie Reuss

Katie Reuss

Ridge Meadow Elementary, Rockwood School District



Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Granada A

4:15pm CST

Processes and Resources to Enhance K-12 Physical Education Curriculum
This will be an extension of the Friday morning pre-convention session on Evaluating the Quality and Scope of your district's Physical Education curriculum. Attendees will engage in examining standard's based resources used to complete various processes used to improve the curriculum.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Beckmann

Laura Beckmann

Director of Health, Physical Education and School Wellness, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
DT

Dr. Tom Loughrey

Executive Director, MOSHAPE
Dr. Tom Loughrey is a retired professor from the University of MO - St. Louis and is currently the Executive Director of the Missouri Society of Health and Physical Education (MOSHAPE)


PECAT pdf

Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Escollo

4:15pm CST

USTA Net Generation - The Ball is in Your Court
As a central part of thriving communities, teachers always look for new ways to bring subjects to life for students. With Net Generation, the USTA is committed to helping teachers introduce tennis in PE classes and connect to after-school programs. Lesson plans under Net Generation were co-created by the USTA and SHAPE America, the leading body for setting physical education standards in the U.S.

Speakers
avatar for Susan Riemann

Susan Riemann

Tennis Service Representative, USTA
How to organize a tennis unit in PE classes. How to find appropriate equipment. How to find information on free workshops, grants, curruculum kits..

Sponsors
avatar for USTA

USTA

With Net Generation, the USTA is committed to helping teachers introduce tennis in PE classes and connect to after-school programs.Through Net Generation, schools can be provided with free equipment and curriculum.


Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Campana

4:15pm CST

EZ Scan
The presenter will share experience and knowledge regarding how to conduct a successful Run Club. Administrative steps, organization and motivational information will be provided. This session will also show how to track laps the easy way with current technology. Those initiating Mileage Club® programs will receive valuable information. Attendees who have conducted Mileage Clubs® will learn how to use technology to improve their tracking of laps. Attendees will have opportunity to ask questions in general and for specific situations. EZ Scan® works for all age groups, Elementary – Mileage Clubs, PE classes, Girls on the Run, etc, Middle and High School – keep track of laps during class, timed mile runs, EZ Scan® is applicable to Recreation, Fitness, Personal Fitness, Technology


Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Lookout

4:15pm CST

Showcase Your Program - Collecting Evidence of Learning to Drive Decisions
No more pencils and clipboards! Experience technology in data collection that connects fitness and health, social-emotional learning and academics, empowering students, parents, and schools to easily generate reports and track daily activity, K-12. See the results of districts that have collected data to improve their own program and preview how to instantly collect, store and report any assessment, automate cardio tests, daily grading and effortlessly send reports with the touch of a finger.

Speakers
avatar for Brandon Wolff

Brandon Wolff

Account Manager/Customer Success Manager, IHT
An accomplished teacher, coach and educational leader in Kansas, Brandon was an IHT customer and advisor before joining IHT. As both Account Manager and Customer Success Manager, he works closely with teachers, schools, and districts to maximize and expand their use of IHT. In 2014... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2019 4:15pm - 5:15pm CST
Seachase

5:00pm CST

All Member Social-MOSHAPE Networking
Friday November 8, 2019 5:00pm - 8:00pm CST
Tucker Shuckers

5:30pm CST

Committee Meetings-All Membership Welcome: See description for locations
Initiatives-Jody Leiss; Lookout
Membership Services-Tari Garner; Malaga 
Awards-Britt Johnson; Escollo
Advocacy-Sheri Beeler; Valencia
Future Directions-Matt Symonds; Marbella A
Marketing & Communications-Guy Danhoff; Marbella B

Friday November 8, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm CST
Various Locations

6:30pm CST

Dinner Break
Friday November 8, 2019 6:30pm - 6:45pm CST
Various Locations

8:00pm CST

MOSHAPE has Talent-GAMES, GAMES, GAMES!!
Bring your individual and team talent to game night. yard games with competitive bracket play and recreational play.

Bar, table games will be held in the hall both Friday and Saturday night outside of Granada. Bring your cards and favorite board games to socialize with members from all over the Show Me State.



Friday November 8, 2019 8:00pm - Saturday November 9, 2019 12:00am CST
Granada B/C
 
Saturday, November 9
 

7:00am CST

3K/5K Physical Activity with the Presidents
Meet in the lobby. ALL members are welcome!!

Saturday November 9, 2019 7:00am - 7:45am CST
Lobby

7:00am CST

Bootcamp
Come workout with your peers! Work up a sweat and gain some great activities to take back to your class!

Speakers
avatar for Marc Tiernan

Marc Tiernan

Practical and Fine Arts Coordinator, Wentzville School District
Marc Tiernan is in his 14th year of education having taught all levels of physical education from kindergarten through college. Tiernan served as physical education and health teacher for 11 years, 2 years as an elementary assistant principal, and currently as the Fine and Practical... Read More →
avatar for Nick Clements

Nick Clements

B.S. Exercise Science - Truman State UniversityM.A. Education - Truman State UniversityEdS in Educational Leadership - University of Missouri DESE Certified Building AdministratorNASM Certified CPT/Sports Nutrition SpecialistFormer Personal Trainer Taught P.E. in Wentzville School... Read More →
BG

Becky Grover

PE, Peine Ridge Elementary


Saturday November 9, 2019 7:00am - 7:45am CST
Granada B/C

7:45am CST

Higher Ed Think Tank Breakfast-Invite Only
Saturday November 9, 2019 7:45am - 8:30am CST
Seachase

8:00am CST

Healthy Hip Hop for the Children...for the Culture.
Healthy Hip Hop utilizes technology, dance and the hip hop culture to engage students in active learning. We meet children where they are through a medium they love. Many educators have said we are like GoNoodle but with the sauce! Meaning we are more culturally competent lol!

Speakers
avatar for Roy Scott

Roy Scott

CEO, Healthy Hip Hop Inc.
Roy Scott is CEO of Healthy Hip Hop Inc., the Sesame Street of the 21st Century. Transforming a generation through hip-hop culture, education, and innovative technology. After spending over a decade in the music industry and corporate communications, Roy knows what truly moves people... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CST
Marbella B

8:00am CST

Wake Up to Yoga
Come join your fellow Teachers in an hour Yoga session designed for you. You will be guided through many Yoga posses focusing on relaxation techniques, stress relief and mindfulness. It does not matter if you are a Yoga expert or just coming to your first session, this self-care class will calm your mind and invigorate your body, this class is for you.

Speakers
avatar for Liesa Hartin

Liesa Hartin

Chesterfield Elementary, Rockwood
I am a Physical Education Teacher for the Rockwood School District at Chesterfield Elementary. I also am a Yoga/Pilates Instructor for St. Louis Community College. I want ALL my students to be life-long learners of Physical Fitness.


Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CST
Lookout

8:00am CST

Balance Through Holistic Health and Wellness
How a balance between mind, body and soul brings harmony within the body. Mind, body and soul is balanced through the 6 foundational principles; Proper breathing & how stress/lifestyle factors can affect this, Food & Nutrition and how it is different for each individual student, Proper movement (7 Primal types) & the importance of learning proper technique, Positive thinking of ourselves & our world, Proper hydration (all water is not equal), Sleeping, Active Rest and & Passive Rest (Meditation, Work-ins, Tai-Chi). When we find balance (Yin/Yang) within the 6 Foundational Principles we clear away physical and emotional clutter, relieve ourselves of unhealthy symptoms, improve our digestion, nutrition and eating habits, we learn to let go of worry, stress, anxieties, and depressions, and we take responsibility for our own lives while we learn how to set realistic and obtainable goals.

Speakers
avatar for Kirsti Pratt

Kirsti Pratt

Founder, Next Generations' Fitness
I am a Holistic Practitioner with background knowledge and experience from Obstacle Training, C.H.E.K Certifications (world-renowned institue), Usui Reiki, Empowerment Coaching and hands on experience with clients. I created a functional fitness company that incorporates play as the... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CST
Granada A

8:00am CST

Fun with Dairy
Sally and Amanda Marsh (STL Dairy Council) will put together a presentation on dairy, education resources, and ideas to use in and out of the classroom. 

Speakers
avatar for Sally Schulte

Sally Schulte

PE/K-12 PE Lead, Green Tree Elementary


Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CST
Escollo

8:00am CST

Learn Life Savers
"Learn Life Savers is an online 30 minute lesson plan for teachers to utilize as a tool to educate their students about organ, eye and tissue donation. It's simple.
It's edgy. It starts with one click! "

Speakers
avatar for Kim Harbur

Kim Harbur

Co-Founder & Director of Education, Gift of Life, Inc.
Our infant son received a liver transplant at eleven months old. He is now 24 years old and filled with pure joy. My husband and I founded Gift of Life 21 years ago. The Life Savers program educates high school students about the life value of organ, eye and tissue donation. Learn... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CST
Malaga

8:00am CST

Candy Coated Fitness Activities
Back again with new sneaky and creative ways to incorporate fitness into favorite elementary activities. Springfield Public Schools teachers will share activities they use to increase "MVPA" and engage students.

Speakers
avatar for Brad Brummel

Brad Brummel

Coordinator of Health and Physical Education, Springfield Public Schools RXII
Passionate about supporting teachers and providing an engaging, relevant, and personal learning experience for the 25,000 students in Springfield.



Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CST
Granada B/C

8:00am CST

Drumming for Dummies
Wanted to try DrumFit style lessons with your classes, but felt overwhelmed at where to start or where to find equipment? Want to do cross-curricular acitivites with music, but your music teacher thinks your crazy? With a little creativity, out of the box songs, and some generous businesses you can get your kids drumming in school! Come ready to get sweaty and PLEASE bring something to video all the action to take back to your friends at school!

Link to session. https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1NHHrYeLN7FVjzZrJK53MU5c1rhTpIPHF
Thanks Ryan!

Speakers
avatar for April Pfannenstiel

April Pfannenstiel

K-5 PE Teacher, Raytown Quality Schools, Laurel Hills Elementary



Saturday November 9, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CST
Campana

8:30am CST

Higher Ed Think Tank
Speakers
avatar for Dr. Brandy Lynch

Dr. Brandy Lynch

Associate Professor, University of Central Missouri


Saturday November 9, 2019 8:30am - 10:15am CST
Seachase

9:15am CST

Pound Fitness
Pound Fitness -- a new way of getting fit. A great workout for all ages that can be adapted to each fitness level apfor every age. No balls or drums needed. Can Pound with several different types of sticks that you can make or buy cheap.


Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Granada A

9:15am CST

First-time Job Seekers Information
Do you want to obtain that "Dream Job" as your first position in your professional career?
If so, it is important to Develop your Personal Brand, Prepare Marketable Job Search Documents, Maximize how you Navigate Job Opportunities, and Effectively Prepare for the Interview.
This presentation and the associated materials will help you be successful in the job search process!

Speakers
avatar for Chad Kish

Chad Kish

Associate Professor, Lincoln University
Associate Professor of Education Coordinator of Health, Physical Education & Wellness Department Student Teacher Mentor & University Supervisor Previously: Physical Education Teacher, Coach & Athletic Director



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Valencia A

9:15am CST

Can CBD Help What Ails You?
What is CBD and with what body systems does it interact. What is the Endocannabinoid System? Conditions that CBD may improve based on scientific research CBD and Cancer CBD and Seizure Disorders CBD for Chronic Pain Syndrome CBD and Heart Disease CBD and Mental Health CBD and Diabetes/Insulin Resistance CBD and Weight Management Guidelines for CBD Use


Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Valencia B

9:15am CST

Skills Based Health - The Why and How of Changing Our Curriculum
Last fall, our school district began updating our Health Curriculum. Come hear the why and how we changed our curriculum to follow SHAPE America's National Health Education Standards. Why are so many teachers still teaching content when students can look up the information in 2 minutes? Giving students opportunities to apply the national standards in a safe environment (your classroom) can help them develop the necessary skills to make healthy choices for a lifetime.

Speakers
avatar for Melanie Zerr

Melanie Zerr

Physical Education and Health, Timberland High School - Wentzville R-IV School District
2018 MO TOY - Secondary and 2019 Central District TOY - Secondary, Follow @THSZerr  Long time attendee and presenter.


Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Escollo

9:15am CST

Best Practices and Reporting of Physical Fitness Data
Review the best practices for collecting, interpreting, and reporting results from your physical fitness testing. Additional emphasis will be placed on the use of individual fitness scores for purposes of improving status on each fitness factor. Online and interactive resources will be examined.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Beckmann

Laura Beckmann

Director of Health, Physical Education and School Wellness, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
JG

Jayne Greenberg

Program Manager, US Dept. of HHS



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Lookout

9:15am CST

Cooperative and Project Based Learning in Physical Education
In this session, participants will learn about games and activities that will tie into the core curriculum, create a positive engaging environment or simply just add some fun into the gym!

Speakers
Sponsors

Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Campana

9:15am CST

Hiyaww! Incorporating Martial Arts in PE
Anyone can use martial arts in a variety of ways to warm-up a class or use as a standalone unit. This session pertains to ALL levels (K-20). Martial arts is a great way for your students to demonstrate the application of the physical education standards. Martial arts benefits your students by developing their; balance, posture, decision making skills, fitness level, focusing and listening skills, self control, self discipline, respect and responsibility, self esteem and confidence.

Speakers
avatar for Clayton Ellis

Clayton Ellis

Mrachek Middle School Comprehensive Health & Wellness, Aurora Public Schools
The



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Granada B/C

9:15am CST

Keeping PE Engaging and Fun - Games for All Ages
Different versions of kickball and new ideas for the Kinballs.

Speakers
JM

James McAnarney

Elementary PE, Marshfield R1
I have been an elementary teacher for 24 years in the Marshfield R1 district. I teach 4th, 5th and 6th grades.


Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Marbella B

9:15am CST

Plug and Play - Instant Activities
Learn 50+ ASAP (Activity Soon As Possible) Games that will energize your class! Ice-Breaker, Cooperative/Team-building, Combative, and Just-for-Fun games will be introduced and modeled.



Speakers
avatar for Kirk Jones

Kirk Jones

Jr. High PE/Health, Carthage R-9
This is my 12th year of teaching Physical Education. I spent 6 years teaching at the elementary level; this is my 6th year teaching at the Carthage Jr. High.I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education from Missouri Southern State University in 2010.I coach Jr. High Football... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Marbella A

9:15am CST

Student Centered Personalized Fitness Plan
Want students to take accountability for their fitness & make it measurable? This session will show you how students analyzed FitnessGram data and created a personalized fitness plan, to improve their determined area of growth. This session will also show how students utilized heart rate monitors to assess real time data, and will finish with a nutrition twist! (Project Based Learning) Optional: Bring your own device.

Speakers
avatar for Anna Forcelledo

Anna Forcelledo

President, MOSHAPE



Saturday November 9, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am CST
Malaga

10:30am CST

Funk Fusion Fitness (Move Shake and Drop for Physical Fitness)
Funk Fusion Fitness (Move, Shake & Drop for Physical Fitness): Easy Rhythms & Blues, social dance & fitness activity that can be modified for K-12 Physical Education or Dance Classes in schools  Fusion is a mixture of styles, music, & cultures!  Basically, it is fun & fitness for anyone at any age!

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Lieschen Fink

Dr. Lieschen Fink

UMSL-Adjunct Professor, Teaching. Artist (COCA) Center of Creative Arts, Dance/PE Instructor, McKinley Classical Leader, UMSL, & Bridgeton Recreation Center
*. Doctorate/Ed.D- Educational Leadership/Administration, University of Missouri -St. Louis, MO*.Master of Arts- Administration/Secondary Principal & Humanities/Allied Arts, Truman State University- Kirksville, MO*. Bachelor of Science- Art Education & Physical Education/Health, Missouri... Read More →


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Saturday November 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am CST
Marbella B

10:30am CST

Student Research-Poster Presentations
Saturday November 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am CST
Valencia A

10:30am CST

Finding Your Why
Learn to initiate, build, refine, reinvigorate and SPARK a trend toward comprehensive school improvement in the area of physical fitness and wellbeing.  This session will address action steps to take in creating systemic change in physical education, health and overall wellbeing of our students and staff. Using the WSCC CDC model as a guide, learn to build a health and human services team consisting of health and physical education professionals, nurses, school resource officers, director of safety, counselors and home school liaison to sustain a wrap around approach to health and wellbeing.  This session will discuss ways to adapt your needs to meet availability of health team members by building leadership capacity in existing staff. Connections are made to foundational pieces in character development, social emotional learning and brain development. This session will also create time to discuss making the most of your ESSA Title IX funds and how to advocate for the benefit of all. 


Speakers
avatar for Ashley Krause

Ashley Krause

Associate Superintendent, Farmington R7 School District



Saturday November 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am CST
Marbella A

10:30am CST

health. moves. minds.
Want to learn about the new Health.Moves.Minds program?  Come meet Yasmeen Taji-Farouki...the guru of this amazing program and have all of your questions answered.

Speakers
avatar for Yasmeen Taji-Farouki

Yasmeen Taji-Farouki

Shape America
avatar for Kyle Salvo

Kyle Salvo

#2 National Fundraising School, health.moves.minds. Champion
Kyle Salvo is in his 17th year of teaching. A graduate of The University of Central Missouri, Kyle holds a B.S. in Physical Education, an M.S. in Education, and an Ed.S. in School Administration K-8. He holds a Certificate in Health Education. Kyle is currently teaching Physical Education... Read More →
avatar for Kristi Bieri

Kristi Bieri

Physical Education Teacher, Odessa R-7 School District



Saturday November 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am CST
Lookout

10:30am CST

The Power of Positivity
A positive mindset is one of the most powerful tools you can use within your classrooms and within your buildings. The goal of this collaborative meeting is to offer you a positive perspective on teaching and education. In addition, I will provide tips and strategies to aid in the process of bringing out your inner positivity.

Speakers
avatar for Nick Clements

Nick Clements

B.S. Exercise Science - Truman State UniversityM.A. Education - Truman State UniversityEdS in Educational Leadership - University of Missouri DESE Certified Building AdministratorNASM Certified CPT/Sports Nutrition SpecialistFormer Personal Trainer Taught P.E. in Wentzville School... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am CST
Valencia B

10:30am CST

Want Students to Take Charge of Their Health? We Have the Solution!
Making healthy choices as a high schooler can be difficult for many reasons. And if your students aren’t making healthy choices the results can be life-altering. Healthe Foundations teaches students about preventable health conditions and encourages lifelong personal well-being in an engaging online format. Using real-world experience, students investigate, diagnose and treat their “virtual” patient that has a preventable medical condition. Once diagnosed, students put together a project to educate their patient - setting goals to improve their dietary and fitness levels - then orally presenting their findings. Come learn about this no-cost program!

Speakers
avatar for Amy Merritt

Amy Merritt

Program Manager, Healthe Foundations
As the former H/PE Curriculum Specialist in the Lee's Summit (MO) School District, Amy retired and took her passion for health and wellness to become the Program Manager for the Healthe Foundations project. She manages all aspects of the healthy lifestyle program - from content creation... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am CST
Escollo

10:30am CST

Zero Reasons Why
Nationally suicide rates are at a all time low, except in Kansas and Missouri where the rates are rising. This session we will breakdown the stigmas that plague mental health issues, and give educators resources to help students be healthy physically, mentally, emotionally and socially.


Saturday November 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am CST
Granada A

10:30am CST

Heart Zones Presentation
Speakers
avatar for Marc Tiernan

Marc Tiernan

Practical and Fine Arts Coordinator, Wentzville School District
Marc Tiernan is in his 14th year of education having taught all levels of physical education from kindergarten through college. Tiernan served as physical education and health teacher for 11 years, 2 years as an elementary assistant principal, and currently as the Fine and Practical... Read More →

Sponsors

Saturday November 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am CST
Granada B/C

10:30am CST

How to Become Driver's Ed Certified
Driver Education falls under the Physical Education umbrella at most schools in Missouri. More districts and schools are adding Driver Education as an elective for students and using Physical Education teachers to teach the course. Find out how you can get certified and meet with other Driver Education teachers to learn more. There are only a few colleges in Missouri that have the certification program, so learn where to go and how to teach Driver Education.

Speakers

Saturday November 9, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am CST
Malaga

11:30am CST

Future Professionals Luncheon
Speakers

Saturday November 9, 2019 11:30am - 1:00pm CST
Campana

11:30am CST

Lunch Break & Vendor Time
Saturday November 9, 2019 11:30am - 1:00pm CST
Various Locations

12:00pm CST

Raffle drawings in Vendor area
Fill out your passport to win prizes!!  Passports will be available at the MOSHAPE table. One passport per attendee. 

Saturday November 9, 2019 12:00pm - 12:30pm CST
Campana

1:15pm CST

Sports Officiating in High School
In the state of Missouri and throughout our country, youth sports officials have reached a shortage. With more schools being built, more programs added, and the number of youth athletes, we need officials so these young athletes can have an opportunity to play without canceling games or shortening the season. Sports Officiating in the High School curriculum builds leadership, teamwork, communication skills, knowledge development, an opportunity to earn money, and gives students another option post high school as a supplemental income, career, and continue to be apart of their favorite sports from previous involvement. Build connections, learn how to begin this at your school, ask questions, and return with a new opportunity for your students!

Speakers
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Kaisee Perkins

High School PE, Lafayette Co. C-1


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Escollo

1:15pm CST

Into the Groove: Why Music Make Us Move
Want some ideas for incorporating rhythm, music, wellbeing, and FUN to your PE classes? This session is for you! We’ll show how we created a popular high school elective called Movement to Music, and you’ll walk away with rhythmic activities you can use in any upper grade PE setting.

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Dempsey

Michelle Dempsey

Physical Educator 9-12, Parkway South High
I teach students 9-12 and coach basketball. I’m a certified yoga and Buti yoga instructor. I was involved in writing and developing curriculum for two popular electives in our district: Movement to Music and Yoga for Fitness and Well-Being. I’m passionate about helping students... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Campana

1:15pm CST

Advocacy Skills: Issue Identification and Issue Research for District Wellness Committees
District Wellness Committees can use the health policy research/analysis tools presented to identify priority wellness issues (waivers, online PE...) and use evidence-based research to influence district policy-makers.



Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Lookout

1:15pm CST

Building a Compassionate Student: Teaching Compassion, Character and Self-Awareness
Learn about evidence-based digital resources to educate students on how to cultivate and maintain healthy relationships, covering key concepts around positive character development, social-emotional learning, compassion and building a school community. The Compassion Project elementary curriculum is the first comprehensive, no-cost program designed to help educators facilitate lessons around fundamental SEL skills. Topics include defining empathy and compassion, identifying emotions, performing acts of kindness, and practicing mindfulness and growth mindset. Character Playbook educates middle school students on how to cultivate and maintain healthy relationships during their critical middle school years, covering key concepts around positive character development and building healthy relationships. Honor Code empowers middle school and high school students to use their unique social influence to improve peer relationships and foster a positive school climate where bullying

Speakers
avatar for Heather Miller

Heather Miller

Director of K12 Implementation, EVERFI
EVERFI's supplemental resources will help prepare our Missouri Gifted Educators to equip students with the critical life skills they need to thrive beyond the classroom.  EVERFI's digital resources focus on these essential skills, including financial literacy, STEM, health and wellness... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Valencia

1:15pm CST

I Want to Get in Shape...Tips and Tricks to be a Healthy and Fit Educator
Participants will be able to understand the benefits and utilize cardiovascular exercise techniques.
Participants will be able to understand the benefits and utilize strength training exercise techniques.
Participants will be able to use technology to track fitness goals and progress.


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Seachase

1:15pm CST

The Birds and the Bees for Everyone
Findings from the 2017 National School Climate Survey (NSCS) by GLSEN uncovered devastating realities for Missouri youth and point to the need for advocates to continue to rally behind strategic implementation of LGBTQ+ inclusion in Missouri schools. Only 14% of students across the country reported having LGBTQ inclusive curriculum of any type taught in their schools, a number that has stayed the same since GLSEN’s 2013 NSCS. Additionally, only 3% of Missouri students surveyed reported receiving inclusive sex education. According to the CDC’s reports on Health Risks Among Sexual Minority Youth, LGBTQ+ youth are at higher risk than non-LGTBQ+ students of experiencing dating violence or forced sex, and are more vulnerable to some sexual risk behaviors and unintended pregnancy (CDC, 2019). Despite these disheartening facts, there are reasons to be optimistic about sexual health education moving forward. In March of 2019, Gender Spectrum released the first-ever comprehensive principles for gender-inclusive puberty and health education (PHE). These principles were reviewed by national experts and are designed to affirm and recognize all students in sexual health education classes. They can be used in conjunction with any curriculum to ensure that all students receive the health knowledge and skills they need.
In this session, we will provide an overview of the principles for gender-inclusive puberty and health education along with GLSEN’s recommendations for creating safe and inclusive schools. Resources to support next steps will be introduced followed by a facilitated discussion to incorporate ideas and experiences from the audience.

Speakers
avatar for Meg Boyko

Meg Boyko

Executive Director, Teen Pregnancy & Prevention Partnership
Meg Boyko is Executive Director of the Teen Pregnancy & Prevention Partnership (TPPP), a statewide teen pregnancy prevention organization, with 10 years of experience in nonprofit health programs. Meg holds a Master of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from NYU and a Bachelor... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Malaga

1:15pm CST

Experience Speed Stacks - A Group Activity
This session will feature movement based lessons from our comprehensive curriculum to include our group activity kit Speed Stacks-Skillastics!

Speakers
JG

Jodie Garcia

Field Trainer, Speed Stacks

Sponsors
avatar for Speed Stacks

Speed Stacks

Free Speed Stacks Demonstration!  You may have seen this before, it's true!   Sue Shaw from the St. Louis area, or Jodie Garcia from Kansas City will come to your school, and spend a day with your classes.   We show you how to teach stacking to your students, and demonstrate games... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Marbella A

1:15pm CST

Hold Your Posture
Do you have to tell your students to sit up or straighten up? Do your students carry heavy backpacks, or are they constantly texting on their devices? Poor posture in the teenage years causes muscle strain or abnormal bone growth. Correct posture can increase students self confidence. Come and learn a "Daily Dozen" exercises for improving your students posture.

Speakers
avatar for Clayton Ellis

Clayton Ellis

Mrachek Middle School Comprehensive Health & Wellness, Aurora Public Schools
The



Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Granada B/C

1:15pm CST

How to Teach the Basic Mechanics of the Golf Swing in PE
Golf is a lifelong sport enjoyed by people of all ages, teaching and learning the basic mechanics of the golf swing can be challenging. To be successful golfers, students must learn countless techniques, including an understanding of the basic mechanics of the full swing, proper putting, chipping, and pitching techniques, and how and when to use appropriate irons, woods, and hybrids. This course will teach you how to navigate the difficulties of teaching golfing fundamentals with patience and ease. Beginning with learning how to enhance your students’ skills through proper body positioning, swing form, and club choice. You will also cultivate tools and strategies to correct common errors and teach the vocabulary terms and sporting principles necessary to create successful golfers. By the end of the course, you will have created a plan that supports beginning golfers to master basic mechanics and techniques that are integral to success on the golf course.

Speakers
LM

Laura McCune, MPH, CHES, LPGA Class A

LPGA Class A Professional Golf Instructor, Laura McCune Golf
After a successful college athletic career as a 3 sport athlete, I realized I had a great passion for teaching. I have been teaching the golf swing and the game of golf for almost 30 years now, and I believe golf is a sport people of any shape, size, gender, age, or physical ability... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Driving Range

1:15pm CST

Outstanding Activities and Fabulous Ideas to Engage, Motivate, and Inspire ALL Students

In this fast-paced and high energy activity session attendees will be presented with a wide variety of standards-based activities and strategies to maximize participation, skill development, and success for all. The activities shared are sure to spark student interest and can be easily modified at any level for an active, challenging, and fun learning environment. Attendees will leave with ample activities & ideas that can be implemented right away to inspire lifelong movers.


Speakers
avatar for Ryan Armstrong

Ryan Armstrong

K-5 Physical Education Teacher, Wake County Public Schools (NC)
Ryan Armstrong is an award-winning physical education teacher and a strong advocate for quality physical education. In 2022 Ryan was named SHAPE AMERICA Central District TOY. He is a well-known and admired local, state, and national presenter. Ryan has presented on a wide range of... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Granada A

1:15pm CST

The Ultimate Launching Point: Start Your Year Right
How about we start the year with a sport that has sportsmanship built into the rules? Ultimate. Maybe a sport that develops fine motor skills AND spatial awareness? Ultimate. Self-responsibility & group dynamics? Ultimate. You know what, throw in peaceful conflict resolution and a great cardio workout and I’d say we’re ready for the Ultimate year! In this workshop you will learn a series of Ultimate (Frisbee) lessons that will give you a deeper understanding of the game and how to teach it; including physical, psychological, and communications skills that will set the tone for your students’ entire year.


Saturday November 9, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Marbella B

2:30pm CST

Become An "I Can Do It" School
Register your school to join the "I Can Do It" program designed and promoted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This is a program that is a constumizable and inclusive health promotion model aimed at transforming the lives of youth with disabilities.

Speakers
JG

Jayne Greenberg

Program Manager, US Dept. of HHS
avatar for Laura Beckmann

Laura Beckmann

Director of Health, Physical Education and School Wellness, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education



Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Lookout

2:30pm CST

Athlete Burnout - What it is, How it can be treated, How it can be prevented.
Speakers
avatar for William Russell

William Russell

Missouri Western State University


Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Escollo

2:30pm CST

So You Think You Can Line Dance?
Tired of doing the Cha Cha Slide and the Cupid Shuffle? Learn some new all inclusive line dances for warm ups, activity, and cool downs. Doesn't matter if your old or new, just come on down with your dancing shoes!  

Speakers
avatar for Meghan Bettis

Meghan Bettis

Eudora Elementary PE Teacher
2nd Year teacher at Eudora Elementary. UCM grad class of 2021.


Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Marbella B

2:30pm CST

Finding the Author in You
Have you ever read an article and thought, “I’ve got ideas that are as good as that.” With the addition of a K-12 PRACTITIONER section to the digital MOAHPERD Journal, it might be time to consider contributing to the profession through the written word. Maybe there is an author inside of you, waiting to break out and publish an article. This session provides attendees with a basic step-by-step approach to publishing an article about their ideas and experience. Attendees should come with an idea or two about topics for a potential writing project. This is a “new-writer friendly” session.

Speakers
avatar for Dennis Docheff

Dennis Docheff

MOSHAPE Past President 2021, Univ. of Central Missouri
Dennis has been an educator for over forty years.  His experiences include teaching, administration, and coaching at the elementary, middle school, high school, and university levels.  Docheff’s areas of expertise include teaching and coaching effectiveness and administration... Read More →


Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Seachase

2:30pm CST

MO PSRS Teacher Retirement

Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Malaga

2:30pm CST

Interactive Health Education for Elementary
Come learn how to implement best instructional practices in health education that will actively engage your elementary students.

Speakers

Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Marbella A

2:30pm CST

Wellness from the outside in
Come learn how to be toxic-free from the outside in with organic and natural skincare.  

Come join in on some games and free samples!

Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Valencia

2:30pm CST

Are You a HIIT with the Kids?
This session focuses on how to implement high intensity interval training into the physical education classroom and highlights the benefits that this type of training provides for your students.

Speakers

Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Campana

2:30pm CST

Creating an Active Culture #50MillionStrong
In this session, attendees will learn and discuss ways to create a active culture throughout their schools. This session will share how to get students to lead the charge in creating brain boosts, developing school wide initiatives and other physical activity opportunities for their peers.  Also in this session, I will share how to create a Tough Mudder course for your students that is a incentive through fitness testing scores plus a fundraiser for your PE program! 

Speakers
avatar for Brandon Wolff

Brandon Wolff

Account Manager/Customer Success Manager, IHT
An accomplished teacher, coach and educational leader in Kansas, Brandon was an IHT customer and advisor before joining IHT. As both Account Manager and Customer Success Manager, he works closely with teachers, schools, and districts to maximize and expand their use of IHT. In 2014... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Granada A

2:30pm CST

Running Like a Well Oiled Machine: STEM in the Gym, Tips for Organization and Behavior, and Fresh Activity Ideas
Prize give away of 2 sweet GOPHER scooters and small items at the end. Activities and ideas we plan to present with included links to video, written examples.
  • What does our class organization look like?
  • Instant activity example (Stomp the Yard)
  • STEM in the GYM plus Simple Machine/Science stations
  • Chutes and Ladders with an original variation (student created)
  • Candyland (new game)
  • Steamboat Tag with my favorite GOPHER scooters
  • Soccer Horse 
  • Volleyball challenge in small groups (Bump, Set, Spike)
  • HOT Twitter games
  • Paleontologist Tag
  • All in Sync



Speakers
avatar for Mary Driemeyer

Mary Driemeyer

K-5; MOSHAPE Dir. of Tech; OPEN National Trainer, Lindbergh Schools
Elementary PEMOSHAPE Director of TechnologyOPEN National TrainerNational Board Certified2014 Lindbergh Schools Teacher of the Year2014 Emerson Excellence in Teaching2012 SHAPE America Elementary Central District Teacher of the Year2011 MOSHAPE Elementary Teacher of the Year
avatar for Brooke Hadler

Brooke Hadler

Physical Education Teacher Grades 3-5 Affton School District


Saturday November 9, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST
Granada B/C

3:45pm CST

Nutrition and Supplementation for the Athlete and Coach
Proper nutrition and supplementation is vital to the modern student, athlete, and coach. Knowing how to successfully fuel your body is imperative to experiencing positive results both on the field and in the classroom. In addition, the ever expanding supplement industry can be used to enhance or hinder your athlete's performance. Education is the key to being able to decipher what is fact and what is fiction in the world of proper supplementation. Through this presentation you will learn important nutritional and supplementation information that will greatly benefit your students, athletes, and yourself! This presentation will be both engaging and informative, I look forward to having you join me!

Speakers
avatar for Nick Clements

Nick Clements

B.S. Exercise Science - Truman State UniversityM.A. Education - Truman State UniversityEdS in Educational Leadership - University of Missouri DESE Certified Building AdministratorNASM Certified CPT/Sports Nutrition SpecialistFormer Personal Trainer Taught P.E. in Wentzville School... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm CST
Granada A

3:45pm CST

Asthma: What Coaches and PE Teachers Should Know
It has been estimated that 20% of elite athletes have asthma. Asthma can cause poor performance and is one of the most causes of sudden death in athletes. This presentation will include guidelines for the recognition and management of asthma that lead to improvement in symptoms for athletes with asthma, especially those with exercise-induced asthma.

Speakers
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Peggy Gaddy

State Asthma Program Manager, MO Dept. of Health
I am a registered respiratory therapist and hold a masters in business. I worked in health care initially as a staff therapist but spent the last 16 years of that career in hospital management. I currently work as the state asthma program manager and have worked in public health... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm CST
Valencia

3:45pm CST

Data, Trends, and Tools in Sexual Health Education
You have probably heard the quote attributed to Heraclitus that "there is nothing permanent except change". Nowhere is that more true than the fields of education and health. Standards change; attitudes change; technology and tools change! In this session, we will look at the data and trends in adolescent sexual health and teen pregnancy prevention and explore tools that can be incorporated into sexual health education to support healthy decisions and prevent negative health outcomes.

Speakers
avatar for Meg Boyko

Meg Boyko

Executive Director, Teen Pregnancy & Prevention Partnership
Meg Boyko is Executive Director of the Teen Pregnancy & Prevention Partnership (TPPP), a statewide teen pregnancy prevention organization, with 10 years of experience in nonprofit health programs. Meg holds a Master of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from NYU and a Bachelor... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm CST
Malaga

3:45pm CST

Skills-Based Health Education Round Table
Round table discussion of issues and processes involved in creating and delivering skills-based Health Education, involving Project Based Learning.

Speakers
avatar for Jamie Sparks

Jamie Sparks

ETR/HealthSmart, KY SHAPE


Saturday November 9, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm CST
Seachase

3:45pm CST

Field Day Fun 4
Ever had trouble thinking of ideas for Field Day? This session will help teachers prepare for Field Day by coming up with themes, using time management, creating activities, having incentives, and making it FUN for all students. By using technology and other features in the classroom, Field Day could be an event going on all year long, not just for one day. Go above and beyond for your students for the school year! This could be labeled as a Field Year, not a Field Day. Make sure to bring your phones or tablets for pictures and videos. WARNING: You will have Fun!

Speakers
avatar for Drew Burris

Drew Burris

PK-2nd PE, Warrensburg R-VI School District
In his 12th year of teaching P.E. Drew teaches PK-2nd PE in Warrensburg, MO. He's been published in PE Central/Great Activities/GAMES Gazette, a MOSHAPE presenter, won the 2015 Star of Classroom, won the 2016 EOY for the district he was in, won 2018 & 2021 WC District TOY for MOSHAPE... Read More →



Saturday November 9, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm CST
Marbella A

3:45pm CST

Hall of Shame to Hall of Fame
Come see how we have modified a variety of “hall of shame” activities into developmentally appropriate activities that are sure to make it into your “hall of fame”! This is an active session, so come ready to move!



Saturday November 9, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm CST
Granada B/C

3:45pm CST

PE Rocks!
Reach for your limits. Climbing has become a popular sport across the country especially with the addition of competitive climbing in the 2020 Olympic games. Now is the perfect time to get your students psyched. In the session we will focus on activities based on the climbing wall your district may already have, as well as working with local climbing gyms in your area. Additional discussions will be had relating to summer training opportunities for students and teachers alike.

Speakers

Saturday November 9, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm CST
Lookout

3:45pm CST

Throwing Better
Many cannot specialize in single sport throwing analysis when in the physical education environment. Our focus will be on those generic dimensions of movement that will assist you in assessing, evaluating and synthesizing routines that are generalizable to all skillful throw-like patterns. Levers, moments, and long axis rotations will assist us in our pursuits to become better qualitative observers of skillful patterns. Idea sharing will also prove useful in developing learning opportunities for our students.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Brandy Lynch

Dr. Brandy Lynch

Associate Professor, University of Central Missouri


Saturday November 9, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm CST
Marbella B

3:45pm CST

Teaching with Google Slides
Come to this session to learn how you can use Google Slides on a daily basis to help guide your instruction.  We will walk you through how to set up your slides and you will have them from year to year.

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Miller

Nicole Miller

PE Teacher, Glenridge Elementary School



Saturday November 9, 2019 3:45pm - 4:45pm CST
Escollo

5:00pm CST

Award Photos-Invite Only
Saturday November 9, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm CST
Campana

5:45pm CST

Network Cocktail-Cash Bar
Saturday November 9, 2019 5:45pm - 8:30pm CST
Campana

6:00pm CST

Banquet
Saturday November 9, 2019 6:00pm - 9:00pm CST
Campana

9:00pm CST

MOSHAPE Dance Party and Dance Off w/music and games
Saturday November 9, 2019 9:00pm - Sunday November 10, 2019 12:00am CST
Granada B/C
 
Sunday, November 10
 

7:45am CST

Walking with a Purpose
Sunday November 10, 2019 7:45am - 8:20am CST
Outdoors

7:45am CST

Warrior Workout
Speakers
avatar for Kirsti Pratt

Kirsti Pratt

Founder, Next Generations' Fitness
I am a Holistic Practitioner with background knowledge and experience from Obstacle Training, C.H.E.K Certifications (world-renowned institue), Usui Reiki, Empowerment Coaching and hands on experience with clients. I created a functional fitness company that incorporates play as the... Read More →


Sunday November 10, 2019 7:45am - 8:30am CST
Granada B/C

8:30am CST

MOSHAPE Board Meeting-Invite Only
Sunday November 10, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am CST
Valencia

8:30am CST

Create-A-Game
All MOSHAPE Convention attendees are invited to the Create-a-Game session on Sunday morning at 8:30am in Granada B/C. Come see the five finalists  who will showcase their new game for a chance to win a $250 Gopher PE Equipment package. Help us vote for the best new game of 2019!

Sunday November 10, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am CST
Granada B/C

9:30am CST

TOY Presentation
HUGE RAFFLE ITEMS INCLUDING HEARTZONES

Speakers
avatar for Melanie Zerr

Melanie Zerr

Physical Education and Health, Timberland High School - Wentzville R-IV School District
2018 MO TOY - Secondary and 2019 Central District TOY - Secondary, Follow @THSZerr  Long time attendee and presenter.
avatar for Marc Tiernan

Marc Tiernan

Practical and Fine Arts Coordinator, Wentzville School District
Marc Tiernan is in his 14th year of education having taught all levels of physical education from kindergarten through college. Tiernan served as physical education and health teacher for 11 years, 2 years as an elementary assistant principal, and currently as the Fine and Practical... Read More →
avatar for Sally Schulte

Sally Schulte

PE/K-12 PE Lead, Green Tree Elementary


Sunday November 10, 2019 9:30am - 10:30am CST
Granada B/C
 
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