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Return to school from remote learning

18 October 2021 Five tips for teachers returning to school from remote learning. For many schools in NSW the easing of COVID-19 restrictions in their local government area also signals the long-awaited return to schools. School staff will need to support students in the transition back to the classroom, and at the same time manage …

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A ‘crowded curriculum’? Is it that simple?

A ‘crowded curriculum’? Sure, it may be complex, but so is the world kids must engage with Shutterstock Chris Hickey, Deakin University The Australian Curriculum is going through a review process with proposed changes released for public consultation at the end of April. When Australian state education ministers commissioned the review in June 2020, the terms …

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Using Google Forms for instant assessment when teaching remotely – A tutorial by Luke Adams

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 toolkit over coming weeks. Revisit the video now to go through the steps to setting it up for your classes.

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On-demand professional learning for Stage 6 teachers

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 all of the recordings and materials from last year’s Stage 6 virtual conference for just $140. On-demand webinars available as part of the bundle PDHPE …

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Re-imagining physical education to increase engagement for all

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 new ways of presenting learning that reinvigorate their programs and increase levels of engagement from students. The first workshop is planned to be rolled out …

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Join our ACHPER NSW blogging team

Join the ACHPER NSW blogging team We are very excited about providing our audience with content directly from teachers, researchers and other experts in the field. Do you fit this bill? Have you got great ideas, research or resources to share with our audience? Well why not join the team creating content for the ACHPER …

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Stop calling it prac. It’s Physical Education

Stop calling it prac …. It’s physical education! Reflections by Clare Roden, Vice President I had the privilege to spend two days recently with a group of 10 passionate Primary and Secondary PDHPE teachers discussing what they thought encompassed the idea of quality physical education and what the hurdles were to achieving this in every …

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Exciting new partnership with RH Sports

RHSports is the largest wholesale supplier of sports equipment and clothing in Australia and are proud to support your professional development! With an extensive range of products including our own NYDA brand plus all the big brands, RHS has all your school PDHPE and Sports Program requirements covered. Head to the RHSports website to view …

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Changes to NESA accreditation process for teachers and providers

Changes to accreditation processes for ACHPER NSW and teachers In response to an internal review of NESA’s processes for endorsing professional development (PD) providers and feedback from stakeholders, NESA are limiting their accreditation of courses to four priority areas that provide effective professional learning. The priority areas are: delivery and assessment of NSW Curriculum/Early Years Learning Framework (as applicable) …

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Changes in NESA accreditation of PD providers

On Monday 30 November the Minister for Education, Sarah Mitchell announced that endorsement of all currently NESA Endorsed Providers is cancelled and Registered courses are deregistered effective immediately. This is as a result of an internal review by NESA of its process for endorsing professional development (PD) providers and courses announced in July. What is …

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