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Empowering Physical Education: Unlocking Funding Opportunities for Dedicated Teachers

About the Webinar:

Speakers: Dr. Robert Pangrazi, Amy Hancock, and Mike Chamberlain
 Thursday, February 22, 2023
Time: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm CT

About the Webinar:

Join Mike and Amy in a PE Huddle focusing on how to secure funding for your program. They will take a positive approach to applying for grants and share their insights on how to make applications more successful. Everything is fair game from fundraisers to grants, partnerships with local businesses, and community organizations. In addition, using a crowdfunding platform for teachers, Donors Choose, will be discussed. Register and send in your questions for Mike and Amy when you register. 

About the Speakers:


Amy Hancock

Amy Hancock lives in Lubbock, Texas and has been an elementary physical education teacher at Honey Elementary School in the Lubbock Independent School District since 2005. She takes a proactive approach to getting physical education resources through grant writing and Donors Choose projects.


Mike Chamberlain

Mike Chamberlain is an Elementary Physical Educator and current Coordinator of Elementary Education for ISD 196 Rosemount, Apple Valley, and Eagan school district in Minnesota. Mike has received several partially to fully guaranteed grants. He has also planned, directed and facilitated Kids Heart Challenge, Health.Moves.Minds, and School Fun Run events.


Dr. Robert Pangrazi

Dr. Robert Pangrazi is a Professor Emeritus at Arizona State University and an Educational Consultant for Gopher Sport. Dr. Pangrazi has been in the education field over 50 years. He began his career as a 5th grade teacher and was an ASU professor of physical education for 32 years. Pangrazi has published over 60 textbooks and 100 research and professional articles. He has been an invited speaker at nearly 500 national and international conferences.

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All registered users will receive a free recording of the webinar. All who watch the webinar will receive one hour of CEUs/CECs.

View Previous Episodes of the PE Huddle


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The PE Huddle: A New School Year – A Game Plan for a Successful Start

Kick off the school year by tuning in to the August PE Huddle with a focus on “A New School Year: A Game Plan for a Successful Start”. Join our guests Shannon Irwin, Bill Jones, and Richard Edgar as they discuss preparing for the start of school. The start of the school year has a large impact on how you feel about your classes and teaching in general throughout the school year. This month’s speakers have differing amounts of teaching and leadership experience so there will be something for everyone regardless of grade level and experience. This will be a “nuts and bolts” discussion as we discuss faculty issues, working with staff and administrators, and effectively meeting, managing, and teaching your students.

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Promoting Lifetime Activities in Secondary Schools

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