ACHPER NSW and Sporting Schools Plus

Have you received a Sporting Schools Plus grant? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kS4WtEP7Zfw ACHPER NSW is the peak professional association for PDHPE teachers in NSW and is a NESA accredited provider. ACHPER NSW provides Professional Learning to build school and teacher capacity to delivery quality PDHPE and sport programs and build the physical literacy of your students. The Sporting …

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Quality Assessment in CAFS

The workshop will be held in a hybrid format.  Participants can choose to attend the workshop via face to face delivery at Teachers Federation House, Surry Hills or via LIVE video conference (via Zoom). This is a one-day professional learning workshop that focuses on quality assessment in CAFS. Participants will be provided with an overview of the …

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PDHPE HSC Marking Simulation

The workshop will be held in a hybrid format.  Participants can choose to attend the workshop via face to face delivery at Teachers Federation House, Surry Hills or via LIVE video conference (via Zoom). Participants will explore the NESA exam setting and marking process, gain a better understanding of the judging and moderation process, as …

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Programming the K-10 PDHPE Syllabus

The workshop will be held in a hybrid format.  Participants can choose to attend the workshop via face to face delivery at Teachers Federation House, Surry Hills or via LIVE video conference (via Zoom). The Programming the K-10 PDHPE syllabus workshop provides participants with the next steps for developing their  scope and sequences and PDHPE …

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Child Studies

The purpose of the course is to increase participant understanding and knowledge of the structure and content of the updated syllabus, both for teachers’ previously delivering school developed Child Studies courses and those interested in offering the course for the first time. The workshop will be held in a hybrid format.  Participants can choose to …

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Effective Assessment Practices for the Aust Curriculum: HPE (ACT Teachers)

This workshop will be presented by Janice Atkin, Professional Learning Officer for ACHPER NSW. Workshop outcomes Explore and review the current processes and challenges currently being experienced in regard to assessment. Develop participant understanding of the HPE structure to support effective teaching and assessing. Provide practical school-based strategies for quality assessment processes in HPE. Overview …

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Inclusive Practices in PDHPE

Join us for a free webinar to explore embedding inclusive practices in PDHPE. Sarah Humphreys from Inclusive Schools Australia will give you practical and proactive strategies to increase all students learning opportunities. Outcomes: Understand the rights of students with disability and why being included matters Investigate how Universal Design for Learning supports inclusion through intentional, …

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Tips on relaxing and recharging over the holidays

How to . these holidays Teachers regularly have to juggle many competing demands. As a result, they can easily put other people’s mental health and wellbeing needs ahead of their own. However, it’s important that teachers take the time to prioritise their own mental health and wellbeing during the holiday break to make sure the …

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Changes in NESA accreditation of PD providers

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

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