This session will provide attendees with best practice and the latest research on curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment. It has been created with the hope that you and/or your PE department can reflect on your current school's PE context and make any necessary changes to curriculum, pedagogy, and/or assessment to improve learning experiences for your students.
May 10, 2023 - 10:00
Put some of your P.E. classes on autopilot using proven games with pool noodles. We use lots of animal stories in the games to keep your students engaged, have fun and optimize their learning
April 20, 2023 - 16:00
This presentation demonstrates why and how to use literature as a pedagogical frame for encouraging children to move with purpose.
April 5, 2023 - 09:00
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?
Risk Management; Certifications; Prioritized Aquatic Curriculum; Pool Capabilities; Types of Aquatic Activities, Staffing; Grading System/Policy; Careers in Aquatics.
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.
There are a growing number of transgender and gender diverse (TGD) students in schools. Many schools are receiving whole-school training to support TGD students.
New British and Australian Guidance recommends that young women, aged 12-17, should be taught about pelvic floor anatomy, pelvic floor exercises and how to prevent dysfunction in later life.
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 thinking
Nick will dig deeper into sections of his brand new book, "A Global Playbook" that directly relate to coaches and what coaches can do to improve the athletic program at their school.