Differentiating assessment for learning in health and physical education

Event Details

This is a past event.
Topic
Differentiating assessment for learning in health and physical education
Date:
Time:
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Venue:
Monash University
Moorooduc Hwy, Frankston VIC 3199

Peninsula Campus (View on google maps)
Cost:
Free

Description

Assessment in the movement and physical activity strand of the HPE curriculum has traditionally captured how talented the participant already is and not what they have learned as a result of their efforts in class. Traditionally it has focused on the motor domain and only superficially evaluated knowledge, attitudes and behaviour, whilst largely ignoring other key learning outcomes.

This seminar will include a practical workshop providing a range of ideas teachers can use in their own class and to assess growth in a range of social, physical and knowledge-based areas. Many of these ideas have been trialled within an actual school health and physical education context and will provide examples for how students can negotiate their assessment to showcase growth across time.

Attendees will be provided with online resources to access in the seminar therefore please bring your own personal device such as an iPad, laptop or phone.

This seminar is supported by ACHPER Victoria.

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Presenters

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Jess Wade
Domain Leader HPE, Elisabeth Murdoch College

Event Schedule

5:30pm
Light refreshments and networking
6:00pm
Seminar commences

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