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DEBBIE LINDGREN is an award-winning PE teacher who has been honored as her state's Physical Education Teacher of the Year. A Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America subject matter expert and national PE presenter, Debbie strives to make learning fun and engaging for every student in her own PE program. Debbie has presented at the district, state, and national levels and is also a consultant for school districts on leading practices and designing and implementing quality, inclusive physical education programs.

ANN THOMPSON-HAGUE is an experienced PE teacher and outstanding trainer/mentor. Passionate about the importance of quality school PE programs, Ann has long been active at the district, state and national levels in efforts to help strengthen elementary and secondary level PE instruction. Physical educators in Ann's training sessions enjoy her strong passion for the positive impact of quality physical education programs, her engaging manner and her focus on sharing a wide variety of activities that can be used immediately in your PE program.

CARRIE FLINT is a highly experienced, award-winning physical education teacher, adapted physical education specialist, and national PE presenter. She has taught in numerous K-8 schools, has trained PE teachers across the country and has served on her own state's committee for the Physical Education Curriculum Framework. Carrie is known for her passion for physical fitness and helping all students see themselves as winners. She has dozens of ideas for getting students engaged, managing the class and materials, using positive play, and cooperative activities to promote full inclusion for all students. You will find Carrie's sessions fast moving and filled with practical ideas that can be immediately incorporated into your own physical education program.