Teachers tell us more and more students are disengaged in PE lessons. Our Reimagining PE workshop will help you re-focus on the educative purpose of PE and explore new and practical ways to engage those “switched-off” students.
Ideal for teachers and faculties looking to review current practices, you’ll discover innovative ways to present learning and increase engagement for all students. Co-designed by practicing PDHPE teachers and experts in physical education pedagogy, the workshop is evidence-based and informed by real-school experience.
The workshop covers:
Who should attend?
This workshop will suit both new and experienced primary RFF or secondary PDHPE teachers.
Date: 27 May 2022
Venue: Melba Copland Secondary College
This is a face-to-face interactive workshop that will proceed under Covid safe plans.
Janice Atkin, ACHPER NSW Professional Learning Officer
Janice has worked as a PDHPE teacher, head teacher, and curriculum consultant for 30 years. She has extensive experience with curriculum development in NSW, Australia and internationally, and is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education. Janice provides professional development, support, and resources for departments, schools, and teachers across Australia.
What teachers say is beneficial about the workshop
“The realisation of how flexible the syllabus and outcomes are to meet all student needs and the variety of ways this can be achieved.”
“Engaging students, challenging thinking, thinking differently.”
“The practical component – looking at ways to make lessons more.”
“The breakdown of the outcomes into different ways of thinking about delivering and program”.
“Practical ideas for engagement.”
“The practical session and design lab challenges.”
“Being able to collaborate with other peers.”
“Ways to cater for all students.”
“Having experts available to questions.”
From the Reimagining PE workshop – Sydney and Wollongong November 2021