2022 K-12 PDHPE CONFERENCE
Friday 25 and Saturday 26 November 2022, Sydney

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The ACHPER NSW Annual K-12 PDHPE Conference is a chance to come together to learn, share and network.

The Conference will showcase the latest innovative pedagogies, strategies, research and evidence informing PDHPE. Expert presenters will translate evidence into practical ideas you can implement in the classroom the next day.

Our 2022 theme, Together We Inspire, recognises the value of connecting in-person and the vital role PDHPE has in inspiring healthy and active young Australians.

About the Conference

Date: Friday 25 and Sat 26 November 2022
Time: 8am-3.30pm daily ?
Venue: Australian Catholic University

Key dates:
Early bird closes: XXXX
Registrations close: 11 Nov 2022

Cost
1 day only – early bird rate
Member: $XXX; Non-member: $XXX
1 day only – standard rate
Member: $XXX; Non-member: $XXX
2 days – early bird rate
Member: $XXX; Non-member: $XXX
2 days – standard rate
Member: $XXX; Non-member: $XXX
Find out about joining ACHPER NSW.

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Conference program

** Full program coming soon**
We’re putting together a  conference program that will explore the latest, innovative pedagogies, strategies, research and evidence informing our learning area.  You’ll hear from leading experts on what is working in schools to support improved student learning outcomes and higher engagement and motivation levels.

Format
Each workshop session will offer a choice from 3 streams:
– Primary
– Secondary 
– Stage 6

Friday 25 November 2022

8.30-9.30: Keynote session #1
9.30-10.30: Workshop session 1 
10.30-11:30: Morning Tea
11.30-12.30: Workshop session 2
12.30-1.00: Lunch
1.00-2.00: Workshop session 3
2:00-3.00: Workshop session 4

Saturday 26 November 2022

8.30-9.30: Keynote session #2
9.30-10.30: Workshop session 5
10.30-11:30: Morning Tea
11.30-12.30: Workshop session 6
12.30-1.00: Lunch
1.00-2.00: Workshop session 7
2:00-3.00: Workshop session 8

Primary: K-6 stream

Conference workshops will be confirmed soon. They will explore:

  • Movement skills sessions
  • Teaching ideas for games and sports
  • Practical strategies and resources to support teaching health including respectful relationships, child protection education and alcohol and drug education.

Secondary: 7-10 stream

Conference workshops will be confirmed soon. They will explore:

  • Formative assessment processes 
  • Practical strategies and resources to support teaching health including respectful relationships and consent education, mental health and wellbeing and vaping.
  • Practical ideas for engaging students who have switched off from PE
  • PASS and Child Studies.

Stage 6 stream

Conference workshops will be confirmed soon. They will explore:

  • Improving student performance in CAFS and PDHPE
  • Quality assessment practices.

Conference presenters

Janice Atkin

Presenter bios

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