Stage 6 Conference Workshop EOI
Stage 6 conference 2020
ACHPER NSW is calling for Expressions of Interest from teachers to present at our upcoming Stage 6 conference on 8th and 9th May 2020. The theme for this year's conference is Preparing future focused learners so a focus in all workshops on how future-focused 21st century skills can be embedded in the teaching of CAFS and PDHPE is strongly encouraged.
Presenters will receive free conference registration for the day/s they present as well as complimentary ACHPER membership.
Format of the workshop sessions
Workshop duration 60- 70 minutes
We encourage you to submit ideas for presentations that are engaging, interactive and with practical strategies based on sound pedagogical practice which delegates can implement in their schools.
Each workshop can have up to TWO presenters. Please provide contact details below for the presenter who will be the main contact if TWO presenters are nominated.
Current school / organisation / employer
If you are interested in developing and presenting any of the proposed workshops, please select them from the following list
HSC Core 2 - Applying energy systems to sports performance
HSC Core 1 - Exploring the principles of social justice
Core 1 and Health of young people - an integrated approach to teaching
Core 2 - Learning environment and stages of skill acquisition
Core 1 - Health care in Australia
Teaching for deeper understanding of content knowledge in Preliminary and HSC PDHPE
Making time for practical experiences in Stage 6 PDHPE - where are the opportunities?
Parenting and caring - Social parenting
Investigating groups in context - Inequity and government policy and legislation
Resource management (Prelim) - Needs and Wants and Maslow's Hierarchy
Individuals and work - Rights, responsibilities, entitlements and gender
Social Impact of Technology - Impact of emerging technologies on families and community wellbeing
Innovative ways of teaching Research Methodology and the IRP
Teaching Creativity in Stage 6
Building opportunities for collaboration into your teaching
Critical thinking for deeper understanding and inquiry
Purposeful assessment: What can it look like?
NESA Exam setting and standard setting
Teacher Wellbeing: Looking after yourself and making sure you still get the job done!
Your own workshop proposal: If you have an idea that is not reflected above, please provide a brief outline of your workshop idea and we will be in contact to discuss it further.
Please outline your experiences that make you suitable to present this workshop.
250 words or as concisely as possible
Please provide an outline of your ideas for this workshop, including key stimulus material/content and activities.
Please include where the opportunities for interaction and sharing amongst participants will be provided.
I have permission from my Principal / employer to present at the conference
Please select the days you are willing to present at the conference.
Friday and Saturday
Please identify the resources you will require to present your workshop.
Projector and screen
Photocopying of resources
The ACHPER NSW Board would like to thank you for your time, commitment and willingness to sharing your expertise across our teaching profession.
A confirmation will be sent to those teachers whose workshop EOIs are successful.
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