Welcome to episode 196 of The PE Umbrella podcast, the ONLY dedicated Primary PE Podcast in the world!
This week we return for part two of an incredible conversation with Greg Dryer, the director of the centre for PE, Sport & Activity at Kingston University and founder of the Mi Move app. Before you go any further, at this point I feel it is essential for you to go back and listen to part 1 of my conversation with Greg in episode 195 of the podcast to warm yourself up for the continuation of the conversation here for part 2!
I alluded to the fact that speaking with Greg was just an amazing learning experience for me as it opened my eyes to looking at things through entirely different lenses that I simply hadn’t even considered. In this second instalment, we learn about what Greg considers to be his ideal lesson recipe and what we need to be considering, he talks us through his worst ever lesson and shares his vision for MiMove and how it can help change the perceptions of movement culture in your school! You can also rest assured that the conversation leads down many rabbit holes of awesome insight that can positively impact your teaching and the way that you think about things.
So what are you waiting for? Grab your note pad(s) and a pen, then come and join us Under the PE Umbrella.
Twitter – @greg_dryer
Website – www.mimoveapp.com
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