Reimagining Assessment in PE – Liverpool
June 30 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm AEST$363.00
Assessment is a vital part of the teaching process in PE, far more than a report grade.
Through assessment, we learn how students are progressing with skill development and movement understandings, and adjust PE programs accordingly.
But assessment can be difficult and teachers often ask:
- How do I fit assessment into lessons?
- How can I assess all students fairly?
- Are grades allocated to students truly reflective of their capabilities?
Our Reimagining Assessment in PE workshop will help you review your assessment processes, refocus the purpose of assessment and explore new approaches that provide quality feedback for teachers and students.
Co-designed by practicing PDHPE teachers and experts in physical education pedagogy, the workshop is evidence-based and informed by real-school experience.
We’ll examine the power of pedagogy in delivering and assessing engaging PE programs. Specifically, the pedagogical tools teachers can use to:
- facilitate greater levels of learning, engagement and development for students
- support consistent assessment of students’ achievement in PE across schools
- identify authentic opportunities for formative assessment of movement-based outcomes as part of the teaching and learning sequence
- efficiently collect evidence of learning that can be easily translated for reporting processes.
Who should attend?
This workshop will suit primary RFF or secondary PDHPE teachers.
Date: 30 June 2022
Venue: Liverpool Catholic Club
This is a face-to-face interactive workshop that will proceed under Covid safe plans.
Janice Atkin, ACHPER NSW Professional Learning Officer
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, and is currently managing the review of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education. Janice provides professional development, support and resources for departments, schools and teachers across Australia.
Clare Roden, ACHPER NSW Learning Support
Clare has been a secondary PDHPE for 15 years, including head teacher for 11 years. She has sat on multiple curriculum and HSC advisory groups, and was a HSC marker for 8 years. Clare has been part of ACHPER NSW team for more than a decade as a presenter, vice president and board member. Clare is currently a sessional lecturer at the University of Wollongong and has presented widely on K-12 PDHPE and CAFS to teachers and schools across NSW.
You are required to be fully vaccinated to attend ACHPER NSW in-person events. This event will be run to the Covid safe requirements of the venue. You may be asked to produce your vaccination certificate by the venue. We ask you to comply with the venue’s request or you may be refused entry.