Presentations for Game Sense

Pedagogy & Curriculum

Happiness Factories – Why Success Drives Everything

Expanding on the work contained within the book, Phil will inspire you to think beyond the physical, to embrace every opportunity for success and look around you for the inspiration you need to do more, better for more, always...

Phil Mathe

Pedagogy & Curriculum

Implementing a Sport Education Unit within the Primary Setting

This session aims to share the potential benefits, and desired learning outcomes, of the Sport Education approach, while also sharing practical tips on how to implement this pedagogical approach within your upper Primary classroom.

Joshua Simpson

Pedagogy & Curriculum

The PhysEd Lotus- Planting the Seeds of Bredth and Depth

The PhysEd LOTus program is a differentiated program that grows the development of skills in each student at ‘their’ level of learning.

Andy Hair

Sports & Coaching

Visible Thinking in Physical Education and Sports Coaching

This session begins with the premise that 'thinking is the engine of learning' and explores how we can support game-based practical approaches with an environment, intentional questions, and purposeful interactional routines to enhance thin

Christopher Pahl

Pedagogy & Curriculum

The Journey to Develop a quality Physical Education (and Sport) Program incorporating the SEPEP Curriculum Model and Game Sense Pedagogy

In this presentation I will explore my experiences and the journey that led to the development of a Physical Education (and Sport) program incorporating the SEPEP Curriculum Model and Game Sense pedagogy at St John's Grammar.

Craig Johncock

Pedagogy & Curriculum

The Transfer of Fundamental Movement Skills & Strategic Thinking in Primary PE.

This workshop will review the planning and teaching of Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS), looking at how many and which FMS are best learnt using a Game Based Approach.

Rachel Ford

Rick Baldock