The #PhysEdSummit 2017 - RSVP Form
The #PhysEdSummit is a FREE online conference put on by health and physical education professionals for health and physical education professionals. It is a virtual conference featuring 24 hours of back-to-back, 50-minute #HealthEd and #PhysEd webcasts.

It starts at 8am Eastern Time (New York City) on August 26, 2017. This FREE PD event will provide the global #HealthEd and #PhysEd communities access to presentations about best practices, teaching strategies, top tips, and cutting-edge resources.

Use this form to RSVP to The #PhysEdSummit 2017. RSVPing gives you an exclusive first-look at the conference program (once it is published) and information about how to participate and view sessions.

Questions? Please contact The #PhysEdSummit Team on Twitter @PHYSEDagogy or email us at physedagogy@gmail.com.

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Country Where You Teach *
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Which type of educator are you? (Check all that apply.) *
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Did someone recommend you to RSVP for the #PhysEdSummit? If so, then please add their name here:
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The badges are back! You can earn a variety of NEW badges for participating in the The #PhysEdSummit 2017. If you know the email address of the person that connected you to the #PhysEdSummit please enter it here. This will allow our team to send them their digital "Connector Badge."
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What do you hope to learn about during the #PhysEdSummit? *
In the past, we have had sessions about health education, standards-based assessment, technology integration, instructional models (TGfU, TDfU, and Sport Ed), and physical literacy. You can view past #PhysEdSummit sessions on the PHYSEDagogy YouTube channel.
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