Looking to introduce some new ideas to uplift and re-energise your Gymnastics’ lessons? Would you like to be able to break Gymnastics skills down into bite size activities to make them easier or harder to achieve based on the competency levels of your gymnasts? Need to challenge your pupils, but are unsure of the technical teaching points?
Gymnastics Skills challenge our pupils to do things that they wouldn’t ordinarily do! These lead to improving their strength, flexibility, speed, balance, coordination, endurance and power. These skills however may appear extremely daunting to teach. Throughout this workshop we will share hints and tips to enable you to confidently teach a wide variety of Gymnastics Skills.
The Fundamental Gymnastics Shapes are the essential core skills for all Gymnastics lessons. In this hour long workshop we will run through an extensive list of floor shapes demonstrating how they can be incorporated into both Pair and Trio Balances.
As building a culture of support and acceptance is our responsibility as educators, in this presentation I will examine some of the biases inherent in physical education and identify strategies that can promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This active workshop will give attendees the chance to broaden their knowledge in this area and allow them to participate in a range of practical and fun activities which the presenter has used in a variety of settings to enhance students' core strength and stability (as well as their own).
In this session, I will take you through an entire dance unit. I will show you fun dance games like the beat challenge, dance tag, and follow-the leader that help students learn about rhythm, levels, pathways and force in dance.
You will learn the foundation vaults of parkour and how to combine them to create 'flows' of movement over a string of obstacles, which is one of the most exhilarating and enjoyable movement activities for young people - and for you!
In this session you will learn the fundamentals of low gait movement, including how to fall safely and roll, and how to deliver a range of activities to young people to develop and challenge their movement capacities.
Evidence demonstrates the enormous benefits for mental and physical health that come from being active outdoors and from engaging with one's surroundings. Our programmes teach you how to identify what movement and exercises possibilities are afforded to us by the environment, built structures and natural architecture.
During this workshop, we’ll explore the latest in resources to help you address topics such as consent, sexting, and the influence of pornography in an authentic way to help meet your students where they’re at.
This presentation will introduce you to Sensory Processing Disorder, what the signs and symptoms may be and how to provide practical strategies in the classroom to support the children to perform at their best.
This presentation will provide numerous examples of how the Spectrum of Teaching Styles (SOTS) can assist educators and coaches create specific learning episodes to meet specific objectives and outcomes.
In this session, we will explore why listening to students is a key part of working towards the provision of meaningful and relatable physical activity experiences and how, if used correctly, this can become a powerful source of information for teachers to more effectively work towards your curriculum goals and wider purposes.
In our session, we will walk through how the REP platform can be utilized for self-assessment among students to comprehend their improvement over time and produce fitness outcome goals that are realistic and attainable.
Find out how we plan to battle the decline in education by fixing the core problem. By fixing the hard wiring in our brains we can bring back results like the 1980. This unique invention will create new neuro pathways and change the way we think.
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.
Embodied affectivity in physical education is a brief explanation of my research on the affective domain of learning in PE (in my case in the Early Years but potentially relevant to other age groups). I would discuss what is observable and meaningful to both the students and teacher, and offer pedagogical strategies to support student learning.
The presentation will focus on analyzing the educational implications of sports seasons for children focusing on two main ideas:
-A learning process of 2-3 months does not allow for an enriching and effective experience.
-As an educational community we have come to the agreement that student choice and agency is capital for student engagement and success in the classroom.
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?
A focused, high energy presentation on WHY Schools, Programs, Teams, and Departments consistently "WIN." We first define what Winning is (Not just winning on the scoreboard) and how to develop and nurture these traits in your students, staff, coaches and parents.
Nearly 64% of girls miss school because of their periods (not just PE classes) 41% of 14-16 year old girls say that their periods stop them form participating in sport 80% of teachers feel they don't have the knowledge or confidence to teach this topic.
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
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.
“I just needed more time for that lesson.” “My students just aren’t connecting.” “I wonder how I can get them to work together more during that lesson.” Do any of these quotes sound familiar as you reflect on your lessons. This session is for you.
This session aims to provide teachers (both classroom and specialist) with fun & engaging ideas, games and strategies that you can implement into your classroom in order to build positive connections from Day 1.
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...
We will explore how to define what is important, create a system to help us be more productive and efficient, and look internally to convince yourself that you are worthy of self-care. What we do matters.
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21st Century Learning International is run by highly experienced educators and delivers world class conferences and events aligning with our mission of “Building Communities of Learners”. 21CLI also provides consultancy services for schools and school groups with a special emphasis on the use of technology for administration, learning and teaching. PHASE is one of 6 annual conferences in the 21CLI portfolio.