Using a virtual escape room to increase engagement An escape room is traditionally a room where people (usually in teams) work together to solve puzzles. The use of clues assists
Paralympics – a great opportunity to have a conversation about disability and social inclusion “I think most people aren’t aware that their communities aren’t even accessible to the 15 per cent
Thinking of choosing a health or PE subject in years 11 and 12? Here’s what you need to know Shutterstock Brendon Hyndman, Charles Sturt University and Vaughan Cruickshank, University of Tasmania
Teaching respect – Olympics reflection Teaching respect in the classroom is a task that teachers must do almost daily. In PDHPE, it is core learning in both the way we
More than gold medals – sharing the right messages to influence our students The Olympic spirit of Pierre de Coubertin was originally described as the notion of taking part, rather than only
PDHPE Head teacher Angus Glynne discusses in-depth the explicit teaching of PE to maximise the value of movement.
The Tokyo Olympic Games are here. The Games are one the best sporting spectacles in the world, and many of us will be watching day and night. The Games embody
Clare Roden discusses how she keeps Stage 6 students engaged as the year goes on and provides a handy padlet of ideas.
Luke Adams presented a video tutorial workshop on how to use Google Forms to provide instant feedback to students. This tool could be a valuable addition to your remote learning
First year teacher Brooke Garland from Wellington High School reflects on the experience and what she’s learning.
Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education review – How will it impact on NSW PDHPE teachers? In conversations I have had with teachers over recent weeks about the Australian Curriculum
On-demand professional learning for Stage teachers Stage 6 conference recordings – on sale now for a limited time Stage 6 virtual conference 2020 – All session recordings Purchase access to
Workshop series: Re-imagining physical education to increase engagement for all This series of workshops will support teachers and faculties to review current practices related to physical education and explore innovative
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Masculinities in schooling researcher Hannah Hays gives some practical advice on how to promote positive masculinity in your classroom.