Health & PE Leadership Seminar 2013
On Friday 9 August the 2013 Health & PE Leadership Seminar was held at Adelaide Arena with 35 delegates who spent the day exploring the challenges of the Australian Curriculum for Health & PE lead by Dr Shane Pill, Flinders University. With a Keynote Address from Michael Bell, Flinders University, on Enacting Servant Leadership as a model of change. Other sessions included practical sessions and group discussions with Rick Baldock, ACHPER (SA), Nick Warren, DECD and Mike George, Parafield Gardens High School.
To access the delegate handout area please click here.
Topics covered will included:
- Leading and managing change and models of change processes
- Auditing your current Health & PE programs
- Advocating for Health & PE - current issues and challenges
- Issues and solutions - time to discuss ideas, thoughts and strategies
- Inquiry into current practice
- A practical session including Australian Curriculum cross curriculum priorities (specific primary and secondary sessions)
- A group discussion on the implications and transition for programming and planning for the new Australian Curriculum (specific primary and secondary sessions)
Please click here to download the Health & PE Leadership Seminar Flyer.
Keynote Speaker: Dr Michael Bell, Coordinator Educational Leadership and Management, Flinders University
Topic: Enacting Servant Leadership as a model of change
While the primary question in some forms of leadership is "How do I get my team to follow my lead?", servant leaders ask first, "How can we grow?". Through this central concern, we can explore how the unique strengths within and between us might stretch our experiences of healthiness, wellbeing and performance: indeed lead to new definitions of success. In this way, servant leadership draws us toward change as a source of sustainability and even flourishing.
Click here to download a copy of the program outline.
|Funded by: the Council of Education Associations
of South Australia Inc. (CEASA)
Cancellation Policy: Notice of cancellation received more than 48 hours before the event will incur a standard $40 administration processing fee, any registration fees received in addition to this amount will be refunded. For cancellation notice received less than 48 hours before the event, registration fees unfortunately cannot be refunded.