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BRISBANE HPE CONFERENCE WRAP UP AND PRESENTATIONS

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The 2018 Brisbane HPE conference was again, a highly successful event, aimed at meeting the current needs of the profession. This was our largest conference ever with over 380 delegates, held at beautiful Iona College in Wynnum. This year’s program included key presentations around identifying our core purpose as H&PE educators and understanding resilience and promoting wellbeing through the PERMA+ model. There was a focus on the new QCE Health and Physical Education syllabuses as well as many workshops and practical sessions for both primary and secondary teachers. Presentations are available for download below.

If the  presentation you are after is not available please check back in coming days. ACHPER QLD is not authorised to publish the QCAA presentations. A contact list for the relevant presentations can be found here

 

 

Session One

Re-imagining practice in Health and Physical Education – what’s our purpose? Lecture

Re-imagining practice in Health and Physical Education – what’s our purpose? Slides

Session Two

Changing the Conversation - Physical Literacy and its impact in schools

Session Three

Motor learning theory for Senior Physical Education

Feedback – quick methods beneficial for students and teachers

Evaluating Strategies in Senior Health: The RE-AIM framework

Evaluating Strategies in Senior Health: The RE-AIM framework evaluation exercise

Revisiting the Spectrum of Teaching Styles

Session Four

PERMA+ Resilience and wellbeing in action

PERMA+ Summary

Primary Quick Bites:

How to develop a Sport Aerobics Program for your school

Outdoor education: A pedagogy for the future

How primary PE supports literacy and numeracy in the early years

How can I use that Pool Noodle in a Primary PE class

Sport Psychology in QCE Physical Education (2019)

Gathering, analysing and synthesising data for success in QCE Physical Education (2019) - slides

Gathering, analysing and synthesising data for success in QCE Physical Education (2019) - data booklet

Biomechanics - integration and implementation 2019 syllabus

Session Five

Physical Education 2019 moving forward to implementation (Please contact Dan Michael at the QCAA for more information about this presentation) 

Health and fitness centres in schools: A practical guide for the HPE secondary teacher

Applying the determinants of health

Managing risk in school camp, sport and recreation activities

VET in Schools Sector – What’s NEW?

Session Seven

Brain health and exercise – Implications for the school curriculum

Session Eight

Physical performance assessment in Physical Education 2019 (Please contact Dan Michael at the QCAA for more information about this presentation)

Understanding your leadership strengths to build credibility and influence as a leader

Senior health workshop: Effective data skills are vital for student achievement

How to maximise feedback in your HPE class using Reciprocal Style - C

Session Nine

Sharing Ideas for Teaching Health Education in Year 10 – Teacher Panel

Access and equity – Implementation and integration of the 2019 Syllabus - slides

Access and equity – Implementation and integration of the 2019 Syllabus - notes

Functional Anatomy in QCE Physical Education (2019)

Respectful relationships: in the school and beyond

Ready-Steady-Go! What does physical readiness look like for children starting Prep?

Session Ten

Health 2019 v1.2: Moving forwards to implementation (Please contact Carolyn Jones at the QCAA for more information about this presentation)

The new sport and recreation syllabus (Please contact Caroline Schmidt at the QCAA for more information about this presentation)

Empowering Educators with Device Based Capturing for Assessment Purposes

What guides our assessment decisions?

Physical Activity in Physical Education, is it that difficult to achieve?

School camps: Linking your camp experience to curriculum

Dryland Biathlon

FINAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM RELEASED

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The final program for the Brisbane HPE Conference is now available. The conference is being held on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 August at Iona College, Wynnum. There is a great mixture of classroom presentations, workshops and practical sessions, many delivered by practicing HPE teachers. Every session offers something for primary and secondary teachers, with a particular emphasis on the new Senior Health and Senior Physical Education Syllabuses.

CONFERENCE GUESTS SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED

Please see below some of the great presentations we have booked in

Michelle-Anne Bradford - QUT - What guides our assessment decisions?

Robert Sweeper - St Joseph's College Gregory Terrace - Access and Equity - Implementation and Integration of the 2019 Syllabus

Brendan Moy - QUT - Motor Learning Theory for Senior Physical Education

Glenn Amezdroz - Moving Learning - Functional anatomy in QPE Physical Education (2019)

Carolyn Jones - QCAA - Health 2019 v1.2 - Moving forwards to implementation

Margaret-Mary Opstelten - Gladstone West State School - Feedback - Quick Methods Beneficial for Students and Teachers

Caroline Schmidt - QCAA - Sport and Recreation

KEYNOTE SPEAKER ANNOUNCED

Maria Ruberto - Brain Health and Exercise: Implications for School Curriculum

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Maria Ruberto is a psychologist, with over 22 years of clinical and industry experience. Her application of psychology is anchored by research in neuroscience and brain function - and framed by the science of wellbeing. Maria is currently working with beyondblue to support educational resources for school communities.

Her keynote address will outline the consistent evidence that shows that exercise significantly improves mood, but most importantly, cognition. She will explore the triune brain model and the interplay of certain neurotransmitters in relation to learning. Very new and preliminary research suggests that, not only a lack of exercise has negative impact on attention and memory, but a further and more serious variable of sitting for extensive periods of time. Teachers will obtain an overview to the main areas of the brain highly aligned to resilience, and how various exercise paradigms impact the form and health of neurons and therefore cognitive function.

CUDDIHY-TOMSON LECTURE PRESENTER ANNOUNCED

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We are pleased to announce Glenn Amezdroz as our guest presenter for the annual Cuddihy-Tomson Lecture at this year's Brisbane Conference. Glenn will be presenting the topic "Re-imagining practice in Health and Physical Education – what’s our purpose?"

Glenn will also be presenting a workshop during the conference on"Functional Anatomy in QCE Physical Education (2019)".

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