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Testimonial from 2018 Workshop

"...  thank-you for the workshop you ran on Monday for assessing and planning the Australian Curriculum. It simplified and made clear the links in designing appropriate units and the expected outcomes of the curriculum. I now have much greater confidence in designing and implementing units of work."


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2019 Planning & Assessing the Australian Curriculum (7-10)

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The 2019 Planning and Assessing the Australian Curriculum (7-10) Workshop will run on Wednesday 10 April in Brisbane

Across Queensland from 2019, Health and Physical Education shares a common curriculum, guiding students and teachers from P-12.

The Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education (AC:HPE), written by ACARA, prescribes teaching and learning in Years P-10, whilst Health (2019) and Physical Education (2019), written by QCAA, specifies opportunities for learning and teaching in Years 11 and 12. Both documents share tangible links, using similar language and features. The learning and teaching associated with AC:HPE seamlessly links with subject matter and pedagogical approaches used in Years 11 and 12.  

This P-10 workshop provides guidance for teachers to use the AC:HPE as a valuable resource for informing and supporting practice. It enables teachers to explore in detail, the various features and opportunities for learning provided by the AC:HPE.

 This workshop assists to develop supportive strategies for implementation of the AC:HPE. It enables participants to gain and build confidence in using the AC:HPE. Sessions will also enable teachers to develop strategies to gather evidence of student achievement

Please see below for an introduction to our presenter and an overview of last year's workshop.


Glenn Amezdroz

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Glenn Amezdroz (MEd BEd DipPhys Ed) was the Principal Education Officer-Physical Education at the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA). He has extensive experience in curriculum writing and development of assessment. Previously Glenn was Head of Department, HPE and Home Economics at All Hallows’ School in Brisbane, giving him a full understanding of the daily pressure facing HPE Teachers. He was also a member of the Australian Curriculum-Health and Physical Education Advisory Committee with ACARA during the Shaping Paper phase of the project. Glenn is the vice-president of ACHPER Australia. Glenn has published in middle and senior school in HPE and is now consulting in curriculum.

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