Our Reimagining Physical Education workshop series will support teachers and faculties to:

  • Review current practices
  • Explore innovative ways of presenting learning
  • Reinvigorate programs and increase engagement for all students.

Co-designed by practicing PDHPE teachers and experts in physical education pedagogy, the workshops are evidence-based and informed by real-school experience.

There will be two workshops in the Reimagining Physical Education series:

  • Workshop 1 (this session) – Innovating in PE
  • Workshop 2 – The power of questioning and observation in delivering and assessing quality PE programs. Available in mid-2022.

About Workshop 1: Innovating in PE
This full-day workshop will guide you through translating the syllabus requirements for physical education into innovative programs. The workshop covers:

  • unpacking and interpreting the movement-based outcomes
  • exploring what student achievement can look like in each Stage
  • translating movement content into engaging lessons that challenge all students
  • exploring the propositions and how they can inform our PE programs
  • collaborative review of current scope and sequences
  • content mapping and auditing units of work to identify any gaps in coverage
  • modelling a process for critiquing current practices

Who should attend?
This workshop will suit both new and experienced primary or secondary teachers.

Date: 21 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm
Venue: Goulburn Soliders Club, 15 Market Street, Goulburn
This is a face-to-face interactive workshop that will proceed under Covid safe plans.

Covid safety
Vaccination: you are required to be fully vaccinated to attend ACHPER NSW in-person events. You may be asked to produce your vaccination certificate by the venue. We ask you to comply with the venue’s request or you may be refused entry.
Venue: this event will be run to the Covid safe requirements of the venue.

Clare Roden, ACHPER NSW Learning Support
Clare has been a secondary PDHPE for 15 years, including head teacher for 11 years. She has sat on multiple curriculum and HSC advisory groups, and was a HSC marker for 8 years. Clare has been part of ACHPER NSW team for more than a decade as a presenter, vice president and board member. Clare is currently a sessional lecturer at the University of Wollongong and has presented widely on K-12 PDHPE and CAFS to teachers and schools across NSW.

Completing Reimagining PE Workshop 1: Innovating in PE after 4 February 2022 under NESA’s interim arrangements will contribute 5 hours of NESA elective PD in the priority area of delivery and assessment of NSW curriculum – addressing standard descriptors 1.5.2, 3.1.2, 3.3.2, 5.1.2, 5.2.2, 5.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

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