Sport and Rec Community In Practice – Assessment Instruments

This event will be conducted in both a face-to-face and online environment.

The implementation of the revised Sport and Rec syllabus in 2024 provides the perfect opportunity for teachers right across Queensland, regardless of whether you can attend face-to-face, to engage with your peers in navigating the early stages of the implementation, particularly the assessment phase in the lead up to the completion of Semester 1. 

We'll focus on the assessment instruments in this workshop and follow-up on the work of QCAA in establishing a Community in Practice to ensure better consistency in assessments across Queensland teachers.

PROGRAM

Friday 17 May 2024

REGISTRATIONS OPEN: 8.30 am – 9.00 am

 

Registration

 

SESSION 1: 9.00 am to 9.30 am

 

Introduction

Glenn Amezdroz, Moving Learning

SESSION 2: 9.30 am to 10.30am

 

Developing quality assessment instruments

 
Carolyn Jones, QCAA

 

Break 10.30am to 11.00am

 

SESSION 3: 11.00am to 12.00pm

 

Community Recreation

Rowan Johnson and Richard Dyer, Mansfield State High School.

Alex Machin, Clontarf Beach State High School

SESSION 4: 12.00pm to 12.45pm

 

Challenge in the outdoors. Project assessment technique.

Dan Michael, Browns Plains State High School

Carmel Prince, Browns Plains State High School

 

Lunch 12.45pm to 1.30pm
Collaboration, networking, sharing

 

SESSION 5: 1.30pm to 2.15pm

 

Project Assessment: Fitness for Sport and Recreation

Brad Weaver, Emmaus College, Rockhampton

SESSION 7: 2.15pm to 3.00pm

 

Panel discussion: Question and answer, Sharing practice, Evaluation.

Glenn Amezdroz, Moving Learning.

Dan Michael, Browns Plains State High School

Kirsten Veeren, Browns Plains State High School

Rowan Johnson, Mansfield State High School
Richard Dyer, Mansfield State High School

Alex Machin, Clontarf Beach State High School

 

Carolyn Jones, QCAA.
Carolyn Jones is a Principal Education Officer at the QCAA in the HPE/Technologies learning area responsible for the Health general syllabus and Sport & Recreation applied syllabus. Carolyn co-led an Expert Writing Team in the development of the 2024 Sport & Recreation applied Syllabus, syllabus implementation workshops and resources to support implementation. She has previously written HPE curriculum in Tasmania K-12 and taught TCE subjects Athlete Development, Community Sport & Recreation, Certificate II in Sport & Recreation and Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation. Carolyn taught in Queensland from 2004 – 2015 at Helensvale SHS and had a three-year stint in the UAE at the Australian International School 2009–2012 as the first senior HPE teacher and CAS/TOK coordinator of the International Baccalaureate program. Carolyn has been a PEO at the QCAA since 2016 initially leading the development and implementation of the Health general syllabus.

Dan Michael, Browns Plains SHS.

Dan is an experienced educator in the Health and Physical Education (HPE) learning area with more than two decades of experience in the classroom. He has also been a Head of Department in HPE since 2010. Dan has experience as a Deputy Principal and has also worked in schools as a Head of Department in both Senior Schooling and Teaching and Learning.

During the development of the new QCE system, Dan spent 4 years working at the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) as the Principal Education Officer for Physical Education. This role included trials in external assessment and the release of version 1 of the Physical Education (PE) General Syllabus (2019). In 2018, Dan conducted over 35 workshops across Queensland, equipping teachers with the knowledge and skills to implement the new PE syllabus.

More recently, Dan has worked on teacher reference groups with both QCAA and ACARA, advising on the development of version 9.0 of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education. Dan is passionate about supporting health, wellbeing and physical activity opportunities in schools for every young person.

Glenn Amezdroz, Moving Learning.
Glenn (DipPhysEd, BEd, MEd, FACHPER) is Director at Moving Learning, a consultancy specialising in curriculum and resource development. He currently teaches at Queensland University of Technology and University of Queensland as a sessional academic. He was previously Principal Education Officer in Physical Education at QCAA and was a member of the Expert Writing Teams for Physical Education (2019) and Sport and Recreation (2024). Glenn’s experience in teaching Health and Physical Education has been extensive, working in the Independent and Catholic sectors in Victoria and Queensland. Glenn is also the Immediate Past Vice-President of ACHPER, serving on the National Board of ACHPER Australia. He was made a Fellow of ACHPER in 2022.

Carmel Prince, Browns Plains SHS
Carmel is an early career teacher who is passionate about student engagement and relationships of all students. Inclusion is a key part of her work and values accessibility for all in the curriculum and through her pedagogy.


When
17/05/2024 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
E. Australia Standard Time
Where
Kedron Wavell Services Club 21 Kittyhawk Drive Chermside 4032

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