Dates: Friday 12th and Saturday 13th May, 2017

Venue: Bankstown Sports Club

8 Greenfield Parade Bankstown NSW 2200

Times: 8.15 – 4.30 pm

The ACHPER NSW Stage 6 Conference is targeted at experienced teachers and is designed to enhance their knowledge and understanding of Stage 6 content and teaching methodologies.

Are you doing something innovative and engaging with your Stage 6 class that you feel would benefit other Stage 6 Teachers?  Expressions of Interest are now open to members/teachers with Stage 6 experience in PDHPE, CAFS, SLR or EEC to develop a workshop to present at our 2017 Stage 6 Conference

Expression of Interest to present

Proposed workshops for ACHPER NSW Stage 6 Conference 
PDHPE Community and Family Studies

HSC Core 1 – Mental Health

HSC Groups in Context – Cat B – Youth

HSC Core 1 – CVD

HSC Groups in Context Cat B – LBGTI

HSC Option 3 Sports Medicine – FQ 2 – Sports Policy and the Sports Environment

HSC Option – Social Impact of Technology
HSC Option 4 Improving Performance FQ 2 – Planning a training year

HSC Option – Individuals and Work

HSC Core 1 FQ3 – Health Care in Australia

HSC CAFS – Exam Technique

HSC Core 2 FQ4 – The Learning Environment

HSC Parenting and Caring – Support for parents and carers

Preliminary Core 1 – Ottawa Charter – Tobacco Use

Examples of different research methodologies across Preliminary and HSC Courses

Preliminary Core 2 – Practical Teaching Ideas

Links between Prelim/HSC CAFS

Preliminary Core 2 – Hands on guide to teaching Biomechanics

Preliminary workshops ideas welcome

General, Sports, Lifestyle and Recreation and Exploring Early Childhood  – workshop ideas welcome.

This year we have provided an outline for potential workshops. This is based on delegate feedback from the 2015 and 2016 Stage 6 Conferences.

The suggested briefs(including workshop synopsis and learn to) for PDHPE and CAFS are below. If you wish to offer a General workshop then please go to the Expression of Interest link and complete the form.

Workshop briefs PDHPE                                         Workshop briefs CAFS