We are excited to announce that the Call for Proposals for the Oregon SHAPE 2017 Conference is LIVE! Submit a session today on any of the following topics.
Please fill out the form below to submit your session proposal(s) for the conference on October 13 & 14, 2017. Closing date to submit your session proposal(s) will be June 30th at 11:59pm PST. Make sure to submit as soon as you can as we have limited spots available!
Half day pre-conference workshops will be held on October 13. There will be a workshop on physical literacy presented by Dr. Dean Kriellaars, and workshops on the new health and physical education standards. October 14 will hold the full conference day with our keynote and all accepted sessions.
If you have any questions please contact Collin Brooks, Conference Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The annual Oregon SHAPE Conference took place on Saturday October 1st at Pacific University. The conference was a great success and we were very fortunate to have some of the most innovative featured guests from around the country.
Want to know more about the conference and find out how you can register? Go to the Conference Information Tab or email us at email@example.com.
In the past being a member of Oregon SHAPE was ambiguous. If you attended the conference, you were considered a member. If you didn’t, you were not. As your professional organization, we have taken steps to clearly define the benefits of becoming a member of Oregon SHAPE. You can now become a member of Oregon SHAPE in the following ways:
To learn more about the power of an Oregon SHAPE membership read about the Benefits of Membership here.
The Oregon SHAPE 2016 Conference will feature back to back cutting edge sessions from elite presenters across the country!
Go to the Conference Information page to get all the details about the conference, the program and registration!
Don’t forget to check out our amazing line-up of featured presenters! Did you know that 7 out of 21 presenters are National and/or District Teachers of the Year?!
We hope to see you all there!
The 2016 Oregon SHAPE conference committee is working hard to make the conference this year the best yet! We are looking forward to hosting the conference at Pacific University in Forest Grove on Saturday, October 1st. We have an exciting keynote and amazing line up of featured speakers who will be announced very soon. So stay tuned!
Do you want to share your ideas and knowledge with attendees at the conference? The call for proposals is now open! If you are interested in submitting a session proposal please do not wait! We have limited spots available. Check out our form below to submit your proposal today! The closing date to get your proposals in is July 30th, 2016.
For more information on the conference, check out our conference page here, or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We wanted to share an informational video with you that was created by Eastern Washington University and SHAPE Washington. Recently Tracy Krause, Sara Russell, and Gayle See visited Eastern Washington University student major class. During this visit they had some great discussions around ESSA, state work, and how to look for a job. They also shared their state website and shape of the nation report. This would be a great video to share with student leaders across our state.
Take some time to watch the video here to learn more!
Want more information on ESSA? Check out the Oregon Education Association website as they are providing two webinars on the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). You can register for a webinar on May 17th or 25th.
You can check out the website here and access the registration links for the webinars at this link http://www.oregoned.org/whats-new/essa-informational-webinars.
Hey everyone! Every region in our state is hosting a forum on the new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). ESSA is replacing No Child Left Behind and the term “Well Round Education” is replacing Core Subjects. Health and physical education is part of Well Rounded Eduction! This is an amazing step in the right direction for health and physical education, however, there is still plenty of advocacy needed. This forum is a great opportunity for the health and physical educator voices to be heard regarding ESSA. Click here to learn more about ESSA, see a detailed agenda and dates of when a forum will be in you area. Again, I highly encourage you to attend and advocate for health and physical education in our state!
*Please note that the dates in the above picture have been changed on the ODE website. Please click on this link to double check where the forum closest to you will be.