2024 PDHPE Conference Presenter EOI

Pam Williams

May 2024

ACHPER NSW is calling for Expressions of Interest from experienced teachers and academics to present at our 2024 PDHPE K-12 Conference on Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 November 2024 in Sydney.

Conference program and workshops

  • A draft list of planned conference workshops is below
    • Review the list and indicate the workshops you’d be interested to present
    • The workshop title indicates the broad session we’d like delivered – presenters will co-design the workshop presentation with our staff
    • Other ideas for workshops are welcome – provide an outline of your idea on the EOI form 
  • Workshops will be 70 minutes duration – 65-minute presentation and 5 minutes questions. 
  • There can be up to two presenters per workshop.

ACHPER NSW will provide a 2-day conference registration for all presenters selected.* Other costs will need to be met by presenters.

How to submit an EOI

  • Complete the online EOI form
    • You will need to provide a short bio, photo and indicate workshop preferences
  • All EOIs will be considered by our conference committee
  • EOI close: 21 June 2024 (end of Week 8, Term 2)
  • If you have any queries, contact achpernsw@achper.com.au 


Below are our draft conference workshops. When completing the online EOI form select the workshop(s) you are interested in presenting.


  • Teaching AFL in primary schools
  • Supporting positive body image in primary schools
  • Teaching emotional awareness and regulation
  • How do I control my students outside?
  • Get them moving: Ideas for maximum participation and learning in PE
  • Teaching relationships and sexuality education in primary schools
  • Beyond FMS: developing physical literacy through PE


  • Vaping and e-cigarettes
  • Teaching consent and respectful relationships through a critical inquiry approach
  • Investigating identity and diversity – Embedding collaboration and research skills in 7-10
  • Teaching about risk using a strengths-based approach
  • Embedding nature based learning into your PE program
  • Setting up communities of exercise through your PDHPE program
  • Embedding analysis and creative thinking skills in games-based learning

Pedagogy and assessment STREAM

  • Embedding collaboration processes into your classroom
  • Teaching ethical and effective use of AI in PDHPE
  • Effective formative assessment practices in the PDHPE classroom
  • Using questioning and observation for formative assessment in PE
  • Developing deep understanding in PDHPE concepts using the Understanding by Design framework
  • Harnessing high-impact teaching strategies to enhance learning outcomes in PDHPE
  • Differentiation and adjustments to support all learners in PDHPE


  • Training for improved performance: incorporating a Depth study in your Year 12 HMS program
  • Creating a community of learners to enhance performance in HMS
  • Investigating the health status of First Nations young people – a case study
  • Biomechanics for HMS – practical experiments
  • Comparisons of health status across populations
  • Personalising exercise assessment and prescription – a case study
  • Impact of tech and data on Australian health care system


  • Using RAP data to inform your CAFS program
  • Using case studies and scenarios to elevate learning in CAFS
  • Cognitive load and memory retention strategies for CAFS
  • Innovative assessment ideas for CAFS
  • Teaching rural and remote families in Groups in context
  • Innovative ways to deliver the IRP in CAFS
  • Using AI to support students with extended response questions in CAFS

*Non-commercial presenters only.

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