Presentations for PE Teachers

Pedagogy & Curriculum

Animal Paths – The Parkour-Based System for Physical Literacy and Personal Development

Our physical literacy system for kids, the Parkour Animal Paths, is designed specifically to capture the natural abilities of young people and expand upon them to help every child achieve their full potential, both in body and mind.

Dan Edwardes

Pedagogy & Curriculum

Purposeful Games for Early Childhood

During this session, participants will have the chance to unpack some research-based concepts that should govern what we do in Early Childhood HPE. The session will focus on essentials for students at the age of three, four, and five years old, as indicated by current research.

Andrei Ghicu

Pedagogy & Curriculum

Spectrum of Teaching Styles in PE

Shane Pill

Brendan SueSee


If It Takes a Village to Support a Child’s Physical Activity Needs, What Does It Take To Support the Village?

Research into the physical inactivity pandemic underscores the importance of a system-wide approach to promoting and increasing physical activity behavior at the population level. The familiar adage in reference to this evidence base is “it takes a village to get a child to be physically active.” But what does it take to bring a village together and build the school wide support essential to ensuring each student meets physical activity guidelines and benefits from quality physical education?

Collin Webster

Specialist Content Areas Wellness

Physical Education Professionals (P.E.P.) Talk

How can a community of physical educators inspire greatness through education?

Ronald Robinson

Sports & Coaching

Meeting the needs of Aspiring Athletes in Senior Secondary Education

In 1993 Erindale College introduced the Talented Sports Program to support the growing needs of aspiring student athletes. The initial intake of 33 students has grown to 300 students and forms the cornerstone of enrollment in this Government College of 600 students in total.

Mark Armstrong