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Senior Physical Education Workshop


The outline for the Senior PE Workshop is available here now. 


Tuesday 9 April, Toowong Brisbane

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Gathering, analysing and synthesising data in Unit Two – Sport Psychology and physical activity

In this initial session, data gathering processes in Sport Psychology will be modelled, using a range of different strategies, including the identification of personal strengths. Questionnaires and reflective journals will assist participants to capture primary data. This primary data will be used to carry out the processes of analysis and synthesis to inform the design of a strategy to optimise performance. Subsequently, evaluation of the strategy will be demonstrated, using a logic model. Following this session, participants will explore assessment item and instrument construction as well as making judgements about item responses using syllabus reporting standards in the context of a formative examination assessment technique.


Dan Michael

Dan Michael is the Principal Education Officer for Physical Education at the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority. In this role, he oversaw the final approval of the Physical Education 2019 general syllabus and delivered Syllabus Implementation Workshops and resources to support implementation. Dan also led the trial of external assessment in Physical Education in 2017, in preparation for the new QCE system. He has taught Health and Physical Education in Queensland for 16 years. Other roles include 6 years as a Head of Department for HPE at Browns Plains State High School, 4 years as the district review panel chair for Physical Education in Brisbane South and 3 years as district secretary for Karawatha Secondary School Sport District.


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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