Monday 21 November, 8.30am - 3pm
The ACHPER QLD Masterclass series has been designed to offer Health teachers a deep dive into the content areas covered in the senior Health syllabus.
ACHPER QLD is pleased to advise that the 2022 Health Masterclass will focus on using Diffusion of innovations model (DOI) and RE-AIM in the Health General syllabus
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Session one: Overview of effective practices and practices to strengthen in using Diffusion of innovations model (DOI) and RE-AIM in the Health General syllabus
Presenter: Carolyn Jones QCAA
Using the Health inquiry model accurately and effectively for specific purposes is crucial to high-level responses in the Health General syllabus. This session will focus on common issues seen through Endorsement, Confirmation and External assessment.
Session 2: Using DOI and RE-AIM in Middle school HPE
Presenter: Dr Louise McCuaig — Matthew Flinders Anglican College
Drawing on a recent Year 10 curriculum and assessment design challenge, this presentation will first review the components of the Diffusion of Innovation (DOI) and RE-AIM frameworks to identify the role that available data and sources plays in determining their use in middle years HPE. Participants will then explore an authentic unit of work to propose how and why DOI and RE-AIM can be incorporated into middle school units of HPE. In conclusion, participants will reflect on their own Health Education units to consider their effectiveness in preparing students for the Senior health course.
Session 3: Classroom application
Presenter: Carly Valente (Moreton Bay College)
Session 4: Using DOI and RE-AIM in the Health General syllabus
Presenter: Associate Professor Nicola Burton — Griffith University
This presentation will commence with a description situating the DoI framework in the context of the RE AIM model. The DoI framework will be demonstrated as a planning tool for innovation adoption. Participants will work in small groups on a hypothetical innovation to analyse real world examples of the DoI framework components. This information will be used to appraise specific enablers and barriers to the adoption of the innovation, and to formulate a plan to promote adoption. The implications for an evaluation of innovation adoption will be examined briefly.
Session 5: Classroom application
Presenter: Carly Valente (Moreton Bay College)
About our Presenters
Associate Professor Nicola Burton is a clinical and health psychologist with a PhD in public health. At Griffith University, she designed and leads teaching on behaviour change skills and contributes to the Interprofessional and Simulation Based Learning program. Her research focuses on adult physical activity; she has over $6million in funding and 150+ research outputs. Nicola led research for Local Government to inform their physical activity strategy and implementation plans, and was one of four consultants to Federal Government to develop Australia’s Physical Activity & Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Adults. Nicola was an invited consultant to the QCAA for the Senior Health syllabus and a key contributor to the development of the Health Inquiry model, and continues to be a critical friend for the Health General syllabus resources.
Carolyn Jones is a Principal Education Officer at the QCAA in the Health, Physical Education (HPE)/Technologies learning area. Carolyn led an Expert Writing Team in the development of the QCE 2019 Health General Syllabus, Syllabus Implementation Workshops and resources to support implementation. Carolyn has previously written HPE curriculum in Tasmania K-10 and 11/12. Other roles included Chief Marking and Setting Examiner for the Tasmanian Health Studies external assessment. Carolyn has taught in Queensland since 2004 and wrote the Health Education work program at Helensvale SHS before modifying and implementing it in the United Arab Emirates in a three year stint at the Australian International School.
Dr Louise McCuaig currently serves as Head of Pastoral Programs at Matthew Flinders Anglican College. For over 30 years, she has been an educator in Queensland schools and universities. Louise’s research on health literacy and salutogenesis underpinned the development of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education and Queensland Senior Health Syllabus.
Carly Valente is a highly experienced HPE teacher with a passion for health. Carly has presented at numerous ACHPER QLD State Conferences and has undertaken various Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) Senior Health specific roles including Health Syllabus Writer.
Member / Non-member: $250 / $280
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