Using a theme-based curriculum structure in health and physical education

Event Details

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Topic
Using a theme-based curriculum structure in health and physical education
Date:
Time:
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Venue:
Monash University
19 Ancora Imparo Way, Clayton VIC 3800
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Cost:
Free

Description

Health and Physical Education programs often consist of a variety of units that focus on one sport at a time. This can constrain student learning and engagement in a range of ways.

This seminar will demonstrate how Primary and Secondary Health and Physical Education teachers can structure their program using themes or categories, as a means of advancing student learning and engagement. The session will illustrate, with examples from the ACHPER Victoria Movement and Physical Activity Resources, how a themed approach meets relevant aspects of the Victorian Curriculum.

After attending the seminar, teachers will have the capacity to address the 'Active Play and Minor Games' (F-6), Fundamental Movement Skills (F-6), and 'Games and Sports' (3-10) Focus Areas with a fresh and evidence-based approach.

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Presenters

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Dr Bernie Holland
Professional Learning Manager, ACHPER

Event Schedule

5:30pm
Light refreshments upon arrival
6:00pm
Lecture starts

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