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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

$240.00 – $290.00

Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

 Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

$240.00 – $290.00

Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking
Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking
Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking
Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking
Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking
Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking
Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts
New ideas
Networking
Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member: Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member: Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Details
Date: 
Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre
University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre
University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre
University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre
University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre
University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference.
For primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre
University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference. Ideal for primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre
University of Canberra, ACT

Cost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference. Ideal for primary and secondary HPE educators and university students.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre
University of Canberra, ACTCost
ACHPER member
Early bird $240; Standard $290
Non-ACHPER member
Early bird $290; Standard $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost
ACHPER member
Early bird price $240; Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290; Standard price $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University studentsCost
ACHPER member
Early bird price $240; Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290; Standard price $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost
ACHPER member
Early bird price $240; Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290; Standard price $340

Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.
Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University studentsCost
ACHPER member
Early bird price $240; Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290; Standard price $340Key dates
Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost
ACHPER member
Early bird price $240; Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290; Standard price $340

Key dates

Early bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost
ACHPER member
Early bird price $240; Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290; Standard price $340

Key datesEarly bird registrations close: 20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations: 21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Key dates

Early bird registrations close:
20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations :
21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

CostACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340Key datesEarly bird registrations close:
20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations :
21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Key dates

Early bird registrations close:
20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations :
21 Feb 2022

8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Key dates

Early bird registrations close:
20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations :
21 Feb 2022

8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

CostACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340Key datesEarly bird registrations close:
20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations :
21 Feb 2022

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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Key dates

Early bird registrations close:
20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations :
21 Feb 2022

8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
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2022 ACT Symposium

March 11, 2022

Free




Leading experts, new ideas and networking.

Join us for the 2022 ACHPER ACT Symposium, a health and physical education conference for primary and secondary educators.

Conference themes:

  • Curriculum changes and considerations to practice
  • Indigenising the health and physical education curriculum
  • Sexuality and respectful relationships education
  • Reimagining physical education.

Details

Date: Friday 11 March 2022
Time: 8.30am-3.30pm (8am registration)
Venue: The Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra, ACT
Who should attend?
HPE educators, primary or secondary
University students

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Cost

ACHPER member
Early bird price $240
Standard price $290
Non-ACHPER members
Early bird price $290
Standard price $340

Key dates

Early bird registrations close:
20 Nov 2021
Standard registrations :
21 Feb 2022

8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


+ Google Calendar+ iCal Export

Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


+ Google Calendar+ iCal Export

Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


+ Google Calendar+ iCal Export

Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


+ Google Calendar+ iCal Export

Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


+ Google Calendar+ iCal Export

Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


+ Google Calendar+ iCal Export

Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


+ Google Calendar+ iCal Export

Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

On the day, you will attend 4 workshops. When booking, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be then allocated a final 4.

Workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers unless indicated.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes  -for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

Each attendee will take part in 4 workshops. When registering for the symposium, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be allocated a final 4.

Unless indicated, all workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes – for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

Each attendee will take part in 4 workshops. When registering for the symposium, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be allocated a final 4.

Unless indicated, all workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes – for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
View Organiser Website





8.30am
Keynote presentation: Curriculum changes
Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer, ACHPER NSW
Leading curriculum consultant Janice Atkin will outline the key changes to the revised curriculum and considerations to practice. 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. Janice is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education, with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.

Workshops

Each attendee will take part in 4 workshops. When registering for the symposium, you’ll be asked to select 8 workshop preferences. Based on demand, you’ll be allocated a final 4.

Unless indicated, all workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers.

Workshop choices:

Workshop 1: Curriculum changes – for primary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the primary achievement standards.

Workshop 2: Curriculum changes – for secondary
Put curriculum changes under the microscope and unpack the secondary achievement standards.

Workshop 3: Effective curriculum assessment
Enhance student learning and curriculum alignment through contemporary and engaging assessment approaches.

Workshop 4: Aboriginal pedagogy
Advancing games and sport teaching in physical education to move towards a culturally responsive curriculum and pedagogy.

Workshop 5: Indigenous games
Reinvigorating sensory experiences using Indigenous games tailored for all students.

Workshop 6: Everyone Everyday Program
Supporting schools to create inclusive environments for people with a disability via professional learning opportunities and comprehensive teaching resources.

Workshop 7: Building respectful relationships – for primary only
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 8: Building respectful relationships – for secondary
Responsive curriculum and pedagogy for sexuality and consent education, and the importance of student voice.

Workshop 9: Teaching respectful relationships through movement and dance – for secondary
Rhythmic movement and social dance as practical pedagogy for respectful relationship and consent education.

Workshop 10: Fashioning formidable females – strength training and social change
From consent and setting boundaries to barbells and box jumps. Dr Sally Bromley and Faith Bentley dive into diversity of body and mind, discussing puberty, sex positivity and ways students can build and maintain respectful relationships – all while lifting barbells and practicing self-defence.

Workshop 11: ACT Safe and Inclusion Schools
Building the capacity of school staff to support individual student needs, celebrate community and family diversity, and create positive school culture.

Workshop 12: Re-engaging unmotivated students
Responsive pedagogy to reinvigorate physical education for all students.

Workshop 13: PE for students with blindness and low vision
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with blindness and low vision.

Workshop 14: PE for students with physical disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with physical disability.

Workshop 15: PE for students with intellectual disability
Developing inclusive games and sports tailored for all students including those with intellectual disability.


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Details

Date:
March 11, 2022
Cost:
Free

Venue

University of Canberra
NSW
Australia
Phone:
02 9787 5141

Organiser

ACHPER NSW
Phone:
02 9787 5141
Email:
achpernsw@achper.com.au
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