2015 ACHPER (SA) Secondary Conference
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Date: 30 November - 1 December 2015
Venue: Australian Science and Maths School / Flinders University
The Conference was held on November 30 and December 1, 2015 at Flinders University and the Australian Science and Maths School. The engaging conference offered a range of innovative sessions, best practice strategies and workshops to effectively engage students in Health & Physical Education.
Over 24 Workshop sessions were on offer including: Game sense based approach to teaching various sports including touch football, basketball, handball, soccer and net and wall games, Australian Curriculum updates to implement in 2016, Updates in Health and Wellbeing, Technology in PE, Assessment in PE and many more practical updates. Keynote presentors are Tracy Zilm, ACARA 'Fitting it all in - How can you make decisions about what to teach when there is limited time?' and Shane Pill, Flinders Univeristy 'Skill Accquisition and Physical Education'. 100% delegate satisfaction over the last 5 years - we strongly encourage your attendance and look forward to seeing you there. Please promote this to your colleagues.
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2014 ACHPER (SA) Secondary Conference
Click here to download a copy of the 2014 program
Click here to complete the online evaluation (certificates will be sent via email the week beginning 15 December)
Sessions Included: A range of Australian Curriculum sessions, performance Standards for Year 12 Physical Education, Team Handball, Skill Acquisition, Tech in PE, Volleyball, Touch Football, Badminton, Sharing best practice, Dance, Stage 2 Health, Yoga, programs available to secondary schools and much more!
Keynote Presentation | Monday 1 December
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Dr Ian Renshaw, Queensland University of Technology - More than a feeling: The role of emotions in learning
Keynote Presentation | Tuesday 2 December
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Associate Professor Cliff Mallett, The University of Queensland - The potential of sport to contribute to positive youth development