Andy Hair is an Australian educator affectionally known for is high energy and dynamic personality. With over 25 years of experience in teaching children and mentoring adults, he is a highly creative and playful educator. His passion for Physical Education combined with his single-child approach to teaching has driven him to implement his philosophies all over the world. Throughout the past 5 years he has conducted workshops and keynotes in 10 countries as well as extensively throughout Australia. His knowledge and appreciation of educators and leaders that have inspired him from the past and those that continue to inspire him in the future leave audiences with motivation and energy to be the best version of themselves.
Beyond the Basics: Teaching for Physical Literacy and Lifelong Health
This practical session on Meaningful Physical Education will explore how to create a comprehensive, student-centered PE curriculum that emphasizes physical literacy and lifelong health. Participants will learn about the key elements of a meaningful PE program, including the development of movement competence, physical fitness, and social-emotional learning.
Finding Your Rhythm: Movement as Medicine for Mind and Body
Are you ready to move your body, connect with others, and have some fun? Join us for a practical session focused on "Finding Your Rhythm: Movement as Medicine for Mind and Body"
Forging Connections through Adventure Education: The Importance of Relationships in Outdoor Learning
Participants will learn practical strategies for building connections in adventure education, including techniques for facilitating team building and communication, as well as methods for encouraging reflection and personal growth. Additionally, we will examine how to adapt adventure education activities to meet the unique needs of elementary school students.
The PhysEd Lotus- Planting the Seeds of Breadth and Depth
The PhysEd LOTus program is a differentiated program that grows the development of skills in each student at ‘their’ level of learning.
Planning for a Physical Literate school environment- Beyond the PE classroom
Schools today have more to offer in Physical Activity and Wellness than just Physical Education.