Masterclass: Teaching personal and social responsibility through PDHPE
November 28 @ 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm AEDT$30.00
Our Masterclass series explores the latest health and physical education research. We offer 8 Masterclasses each year.
Masterclass #8 2024:
Respectful relationships and social responsibility are key issues. How can we develop students’ skills in these areas through our PE programs?
The Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility (TPSR) Model was developed by Don Hellison (2011) to ‘teach’ rather than ‘tell’ students how to be respectful, care for others, participate and put effort into tasks, be effective leaders and transfer this learning to their lives outside of school. The model promotes self and social responsibility by empowering students to take more ownership for their actions and lives, and by teaching them to be concerned about the rights, feelings, and needs of others.
Dr John Williams will share two research studies that use the TPSR model to teach personal and social skills and responsibility. Learn practical ways to translate study findings into your PE lessons.
Dr John Williams, University of Canberra
Associate Professor Dr John Williams is a PE teacher educator at the University of Canberra. John uses contemporary evidence-based pedagogy and assessment approaches, utilising up-to-date knowledge acquired through being an active scholar and through his role as an ACHPER National Board Director. John has received numerous UC teaching awards as well as an Australian Awards for University Teaching Team Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning.
Date: 28 November 2024
Time: 3.45-5.15pm – 60min presentation & 30min Q&A
Format: Live online video conference
Free for ACHPER NSW/ACT members (login to receive the discount)
– $30 non-members. You can join ACHPER NSW. Teacher Membership is only $140 p.a which includes 8 free masterclasses each year.
Attending an ACHPER NSW Masterclass will contribute 1.5 hours of NESA elective PD in the priority area of delivery and assessment of NSW curriculum – addressing standard descriptor 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.