Justice Pedagogy & Revisiting Race In Adapted Physical Education

Welcome to the blog portion of the What's New in APE podcast platform! In this episode we discuss justice pedagogy and the need for diversity and representation within the field of PE/APE. This podcast features three panelists from The Ohio State University, which included Dr. Samuel Hodge who is a full professor of physical education and adapted physical education, and two of his PhD candidates: Thomas Wilson and Ross Jordan. Specifically within this podcast the panelists discuss their experiences of living as Black Americans and how this experience constantly shapes their perceptions and lived experiences. In addition, we define and discuss the importance of justice pedagogy, as well as the need to have continued discussions about race and intersectional identities within a variety of spaces within the field of PE/APE. 

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