Curriculum innovation in HPE: The five propositions, what they mean and how they work

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Event Details

Date:
30 May 2018 at 5:30 pm – 30 May 2018 at 7:30 pm
Venue:
Monash University, 19 Ancora Imparo Way, Clayton
Campus:
Clayton campus
Open to:
Public
Cost:
$0
Categories:
Alumni; Education; Other events; Public lectures; Seminars & Workshops; Sports; Student matters; General

Description

The Monash Health and Physical Education team are pleased to bring you this informative, interactive and highly accessible seminar about the five interrelated propositions that underpin the Victorian curriculum, health and physical education (HPE).

The seminar provides background on the propositions to help you begin to contextualise where they came from and why they offer important new ways of teaching HPE. You will have the opportunity to consider your own school contexts while unpacking the possibilities of the five propositions in your HPE programming, planning, teaching and assessment.

The seminar provides background on the propositions to help you begin to contextualise where they came from and why they offer important new ways of teaching HPE. You will have the opportunity to consider your own school contexts while unpacking the possibilities of the five propositions in your HPE programming, planning, teaching and assessment.

A highly relevant seminar to enhance your professional practices or to strategically embed HPE into the future lives of young people.


Name
Monash Education
E-Mail
edu-events@monash.edu
Phone
0399044273
Organisation
Monash Education, Monash University