The GAME EXCHANGE
What is the Game Exchange Network?
The GE Network is an annual gathering of Physical Education teachers and camp personnel who collaborate together to share new games. Since 1995, area PE teachers from both private and public schools, as well as summer camp personnel have been getting together to share their most successful games. The GE Network team has led workshops for the Southeastern District of PAAHPERD, MACSA and has led a session at the PA/DE AHPERD state convention.
he cost for this fun full-day funshop event is only $40! Cost includes a games folder, lunch in the Cairn University cafeteria and a free T-shirt if you’re one of the first 60 to register. This event is possible through the generous sponsorship of Cairn University and Greenhouse Graphics. Greenhouse Graphics is locally owned and operated and perfect for all your athletic, camp, or school printing needs.
1722 Old Trenton Rd
West Windsor, NJ 08550
This workshop is ACT 48 approved. Please email Greg Fanus if you are interested in receiving ACT 48 credits for this event: GFanus@Cairn.edu
Game Exchange Network, FRIDAY, April 26, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Who should attend?
This workshop is for anyone who teaches games to kids of any age. Whether you are a Physical Educator (all grade levels), camp administrator, camp employee or extended daycare worker, as long as you teach kids this workshop will be worthwhile.
Want to attend?
If you are planning to attend the event this year, please follow these simple steps.
1. RSVP: Please fill out our online registration form or mail, take a picture or email your Game Exchange RSVP_Form so we know you are coming. If you are a returning attendee, simply respond by email with your full name, school or business, email address and phone number. The $40 workshop fee is due prior to the event ($45 at the door) Please make checks payable to Camp Concepts and mail to Camp Concepts, P.O. Box 304, Jamison, PA. 18929.
2. Game Exchange Network Game Form: Print out a copy of the Game Exchange Network Game Form with explanations to each of the two games that you want to contribute. Bring 60 copies of each game you are going to share. Each person will receive a folder in which to collect all of the games that will be shared at the event.
Use this Word version of the Game Form if you would like to type your game information in Word and then print it out.
Use this PDF version of the Game Form if you’d rather print out the form and handwrite your instructions.
3. Show up ready to have fun! Each teacher will take 10-15 minutes teaching/presenting to those in attendance on how to play your game. This allows everyone to play a few minutes of each game. (We will have a large collection of equipment on site for you to use. View the list of what equipment will be available. Feel free to contact us if there is additional equipment that is needed and we will try to provide it for you.)
Seeking Administrative Approval to Attend?
Provide your school or department administrator with an explanation of this workshop gathering.