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NORTH QUEENSLAND HPE CONFERENCE 30 MAY 2014

Rydges Esplanade Resort 209 – 217 Abbott Street, Cairns


ACHPER QLD NQ HPE Conference 2014

Making a Difference by Learning from Others


ACHPER QLD NQ HPE Conference 2014

Making a Difference by Learning from Others


ACHPER QLD NQ HPE Conference 2014

Making a Difference by Learning from Others

Welcome to the 2014 North Queensland Health and Physical Education (HPE) Conference. This conference is part of a schedule of professional development events provided by ACHPER QLD. As the peak body, ACHPER QLD is committed to supporting HPE teachers through local events, conferences and networking and is pleased to return to Cairns in 2014. Our capacity to provide this conference is in no small part due to our 2014 Gold Sponsor, RHSports and conference sponsors MyCo Sports, Queensland Oztag, Remserve, Binnacle Training and Queensland Teachers Mutual Bank.

This year’s program was developed in consultation with local HPE teachers. It is designed to support the complex professional needs of HPE teachers, with a specific focus on teaching in regional Queensland. With the theme Making a Difference by Learning from Others, the focus of the conference is on creating and planning Prep to Year 12 HPE units of work. Local teachers have generously agreed to share practices that have worked for them. Their presentations are designed to stimulate ideas about how you can make a difference, promote healthy and active lifestyles and provide high quality HPE programs for your students, regardless of resourcing. You will be challenged to consider how your school, your students and the curriculum informs your planning, pedagogy and assessment. As always the conference will offer challenging and diverse presentations suitable for primary, middle and senior phases of schooling. ACHPER QLD is delighted Professor Dawn Penney of Monash University has agreed to present at the conference. Dawn’s session on ‘Making the Australian Curriculum HPE Meaningful: Translation, enactment and experiences in individual school contexts’, will provide some key insights into the Australian Curriculum and its potential application in your school setting. ACHPER QLD has been able to keep costs of the conference down due to the support of our Gold sponsor, RHSports and conference sponsors MyCo Sports, Queensland Oztag, Getaway Trekking, Remserve, Binnacle Training, Queensland Teachers Mutual Bank, and advertisers Cengage, HART Sport and the Runaway Bay Sport & Leadership Excellence Centre. Delegates will gain maximum value from the conference through their active participation and engagement with our presenters, sponsors and trade exhibitors. I congratulate you on your attendance. Queensland students need enthusiastic educators who embrace new curriculum, fresh ideas and useful technology in their daily teaching. Ongoing changes to curriculum and technology, along with increasing demands for accountability in schools are a fact of life. ACHPER QLD hopes this conference will assist you to face these challenges and make a difference for your students.

Kim Lavin President, ACHPER QLD

Thanks to our supporters:

RHSports MyCo Sports | Queensland Oztag | QTMB Remserve | Binnacle Training | Getaway Trekking HART Sport | Runaway Bay Sport & Leadership Excellence Centre | Cengage 1


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NORTH QUEENSLAND HPE CONFERENCE PROGRAM FRIDAY 30 MAY 2014 Rydges Esplanade Resort 209 -217 Abbott Street, Cairns 7:45am 8:15am 8:30am

4:00pm

Registration Opens and Trade Exhibition Welcome and Housekeeping Keynote: Making the Australian Curriculum HPE Meaningful Dawn Penney, Monash University Challenges & Realities of the Australian Curriculum: Latest Developments, Core Elements and Question & Answer Maree Dinan Thompson, James Cook University Ues of Space in Invasion Games A constraints led perspective to understanding Presented by Brian Stopford, Cairns State skill acquisition and game play in the HPE High School environment: an alternative approach Brooke Kennedy, St Monica’s College, Cairns Morning Tea and Trade Exhibition Connecting Curriculum and Linking Learning: HPE and Development of General Capabilities Dawn Penney, Monash University Assessment and Moderation in HPE – Exploring Criteria and Judgments in Prep-12 HPE. Maree Dinan Thompson Networking and Making Connections Presented by Rick Hanlon, AFL QLD Lunch and Trade Exhibition Keynote: Panel of Leaders  Paul Campbell - Edge Hill State School  Brendon Alexander - St Francis Xavier Catholic Primary School  Darren Osmond, Trinity Anglican College Topic:  Where HPE fits within the school context  HPE Teachers advocating for their subject Facilitated by Maree Dinan Thompson Sport Education – Explaining School and Programs to Engage Indigenous and ‘At Risk’ Community Sport to Parents, Students Students Rick Hanlon, AFL QLD & Sue Whatman, and Staff Darren Osmond, Trinity Griffith University Anglican School Afternoon Tea and Trade Exhibition Explicit Teaching and Physical Education Presented by Clint Mogg, Whitfield State School Drawing on Experiences Dawn Penney and Maree Dinan Thompson

4.30pm

Conference Close

9:15am

9:45am

10:30am 11:00am 11:45am 12.30pm 1:00pm 1:30pm

2:15pm

3:00pm 3.15pm

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Dawn Penney

Maree Dinan Thompson

Professor Dawn Penney – Monash University

Associate Professor Maree Dinan Thompson – James Cook University

Dawn is Professor of Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy at Monash University, Melbourne. She has national and international experience of working with curriculum authorities and teachers to support curriculum developments in the Health and Physical Education learning area. Dawn's research has included projects focusing on the development and revision of the National Curriculum for Physical Education in England; senior secondary syllabus and course developments in Queensland, Western Australia and Victoria; the development of Sport Education in the UK, WA and Korea; digital assessment in physical education; and physical education and sport in primary schools in New Zealand.

Maree Dinan Thompson is Associate Professor in Health and Physical Education, in the School of Education at James Cook University, Cairns. Maree’s scholarly work has been concerned with Health and Physical Education curriculum and policy at construction and implementation levels in Australia and New Zealand. More recently her work is exploring concepts of assessment literacy, and cultural significance and connectedness through traditional Indigenous games.

Dawn's work has directed attention to issues of quality and equity amidst the introduction of new curriculum and assessment frameworks and the critical relationship between curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. Dawn has been a passionate member of ACHPER since 1996 and a state board member in WA and Tasmania.

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Friday 30 May, 2014 7.45am: Registration Opens and Trade Exhibition

8.15am: Welcome and Housekeeping Maree Dinan Thompson, James Cook University

Joseph Banks Ballroom

k 8.30am: Keynote: Keynote: Making the Australian Curriculum HPE Meaningful: Translation, enactment and experiences in individual school contexts

Dawn Penney, Monash University

Joseph Banks Ballroom

The Australian Curriculum HPE released for implementation will be 'unfinished', leaving teachers to fill some important gaps. In this presentation I will explore the responsibilities, opportunities and challenges associated with 'translating' and enacting the curriculum. Drawing on experiences of curriculum developments nationally and internationally, my emphasis will be that characteristics of individual school contexts need to be at the fore of defining the AC:HPE in practice. 9.15am: Challenges and Realities of the Australian Curriculum: Latest Developments, Core Elements & Question and Answer Maree Dinan Thompson, James Cook University Joseph Banks Ballroom This presentation will provide an overview of the structure, organisation and content of the Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education (AC:HPE) in its current form. We will then identify the similarities and differences between the AC:HPE and HPE curriculum documents from the past 20 years to illustrate new and enduring aspects of the curriculum. This section will be followed by a summary of the status of the AC:HPE and its relationship to the Federal Government's Review of the Australian Curriculum. The presentation will conclude with opportunities for questions and discussion from the floor. 9.45am (Concurrent sessions): Use of space in invasive games Brian Stopford, Cairns State High School

Cairns Esplanade (please gather in the Trade Display area)

The session is soccer based and will be conducted in an outside area approximately 20m X 20M. The session consists of 2 teams of 5-10 playing possession based soccer being actively coached on use of space & general awareness of position of team mates & opponents. Various extensions can be applied. The intention will be to identify ways the exercise can be modified to suit other invasive team sports. Brian Stopford is a secondary HPE teacher with 30 years’ experience. He has coached school, regional, state & national teams at U19 level. He has worked with the Qld Academy of Sport as a network coach & gained his first coaching accreditation in 1977. He holds an Asia B Licence which was renewed in 2013.

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9.45am (Concurrent sessions): A constraints-led perspective to understanding skill acquisition and game play in the HPE environment: an alternative approach Brooke Kennedy, St Monica’s College, Cairns

Cairns Esplanade (please gather in the Trade Display area)

In order to design appropriate environments for performance and learning of movement skills, teachers of physical education need a sound model of the learner and the processes of learning in order to enhance effective and efficient use of practical class time. An emerging theoretical framework in motor learning, relevant to physical education, advocates a constraints-led perspective for acquisition of movement skills and game play knowledge. This framework shows how teachers of physical education can manipulate different constraints within the performance environment to channel the acquisition of movement skills and decision making behaviours. Learners are required to generate specific movement solutions to adapt under unique combinations of constraints imposed on them, a process which can be perfectly harnessed during physical education lessons Brooke Kennedy Gained a research scholarship through the Queensland Academy of Sport to complete a Masters degree in Skill Acquisition at QUT. In 2011, Brooke was offered a Post Graduate Scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport in the Department of Movement Science – Skill Acquisition to continue research into decision making in teams sports, as well as the practical implementation of the constraints based approach to motor learning in the elite sports environment. Brooke has now moved back to Cairns and is the Head of Sport at St Monica’s College. 10.30am: Morning Tea & Trade Exhibition

11.00am: Connecting Curriculum and Linking Learning: HPE and development of General Capabilities Dawn Penney, Monash University

Joseph Banks Ballroom

What broader contributions to learning is HPE best placed to make? How can learning activities in HPE support and potentially extend students' literacy, numeracy or ICT capabilities? Are lessons promoting creative and critical thinking? What personal and social capabilities are being developed and how can we create clear opportunities to challenge and extend these? How can we connect with students' ethical and intercultural understandings? This session will explore content descriptions with a focus on the potential for links to be made to development of the General Capabilities identified in the Australian Curriculum. It will encourage participants to put student learning needs, school and community contexts at the fore of curriculum planning.

11.45am: Assessment and Moderation in HPE – Exploring Criteria and Judgements in Pre-12 HPE Maree Dinan Thompson, James Cook University

Joseph Banks Ballroom

This session will explore assessment practices in HPE and investigate The Australian Curriculum: HPE Achievement Standards. Assessment types and elements of assessment literacy for teachers and students will be discussed. An assessment task will be used for critique and participation in a moderation session. 12.30pm: Networking and Making Connections Rick Hanlon, AFL QLD

Joseph Banks Ballroom

As a manager of people and projects I have always felt that no one single person has all the answers. Our success around developing AFL in this region and the construction of AFL Cape York House residential facility has come 5


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about by working with a number of people and organisations who have the expertise in certain fields. The first thing to acknowledge is that we don’t know everything or have all the answers in our roles. Networks can provide that extra support that builds the success of the activity. Rick Hanlon AFL Cape York Program Manager. Arrived in Cairns in 1998 to take up role of AFLQ Development Manager, Cairns region. Responsible for delivery of AFL Kickstart program in remote Indigenous Communities of far North Queensland. 1.00pm: Lunch & Trade Exhibition

1.30pm: Keynote: Panel of Principals and School Leaders Facilitated by Maree Dinan Thompson, James Cook University

Joseph Banks Ballroom

Paul Campbell, Edge Hill State School, Brendon Alexander, St Francis Xavier Catholic Primary School and Darren Osmond, Trinity Anglican School will answer facilitator led questions and answer questions from delegates. 2.15pm: (Concurrent session): Sport Education – Explaining School and Community Sport to Parents, Students and Staff Darren Osmond, Trinity Anglican School

Joseph Banks Ballroom

Sport at schools can be a complex topic, particularly in large schools and F-12 schools. When a new parent asks “How do you do sport at your school”, this inevitably starts a long explanation, which can leave parents in particular bewildered. Trinity Anglican School (TAS), Cairns, operates a hybrid sporting model where schoolbased teams are entered into community-based (club) competitions. The school has major sporting clubs in the sports of football, swimming, hockey, netball and rugby. More than 600 students play in these club teams, from age 5 to age 18. In this presentation a range of sport education / communication tools will be examined, using the TAS Sport model as a case study. Topics covered will include sportsmanship, safety and risk management, effective communication, dealing with conflict, appropriate levels of competition, use of social media, codes of conduct, coaching philosophies and more. Darren Osmond has been the Director of Sport & Activities at Trinity Anglican School, Cairns, since 2006. He has enjoyed the challenge of building the school sport programme to include 67 sporting teams in 2013 and has, in that time, developed a range of systems, processes and resources to support the many students, staff, parents, coaches and managers involved. 2.15pm: (Concurrent session): Programs to Engage Indigenous and “At Risk” Students Rick Hanlon, AFL Queensland & Sue Whatman, Griffith University

Golden Palm Room

Drawing on combined experiences in working with indigenous and at risk students, this presentation will discuss both research based and anecdotal evidence of the effectiveness of a variety of interventions employed to support the learning outcomes for marginalised students, including how sport can provide the ideal vehicle for these interventions. The presentation will allow question and answer time. Rick Hanlon AFL Cape York Program Manager. Arrived in Cairns in 1998 to take up role of AFLQ Development Manager, Cairns region. Responsible for delivery of AFL Kickstart program in remote Indigenous Communities of Far North Queensland.

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Dr Sue Whatman is a Senior Lecturer in Health and Physical Education and Sports Coaching at Griffith University. Dr Whatman was part of a small research team working on various aspects of an ongoing research project into the effectiveness of the Titans Learning Centre program. 3.00pm: Afternoon Tea & Trade Exhibition

3.15pm: Explicit Teaching and Links to HPE Clint Mogg, Whitfield State School

Joseph Banks Ballroom

Explicit Instruction has been demonstrated to be a highly effective, research driven method of learning. Catering for all levels of students, this structured teaching approach can be used for both theory and practical lessons to maximise learning. In this workshop, Clint will provide an interactive and fun demonstration of Explicit Instruction for both the theory and practical lesson. As the signature pedagogy for DETE schools in North Queensland, Clint will share the basic structure, key delivery tools and strategies for differentiation. Clint Mogg has been a primary physical education specialist for 18 years. He is a strong advocate for student participation in sport at school and representative levels and uses research-based evidence to inform the school community about the benefits of students engaging in physical. Throughout his 18 years of teaching, he has undertaken various roles including being an Explicit Teaching Coach for FNQ Regional Office. He is the Facilitator of the Peninsula Primary Physical Education Network which is used to strengthen networks and provide professional development for primary PE specialists in the FNQ region. 4.00pm: Drawing on Experiences Dawn Penney, Monash University & Maree Dinan Thompson, James Cook University Joseph Banks Ballroom The closing presentation for this conference, will draw together the key points highlighted throughout the conference, examine the conference theme and discuss the opportunities delegates have to make a difference to students in their daily environment. This sessions will also provide the opportunity for sharing, feedback and question and answer time.

4.30pm: Conference Close

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GOLD SPONSOR

CONFERENCE SPONSORS

ADVERTISERS HART Sport | Runaway Bay Sport & Leadership Excellence Centre | Cengage

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Making a Difference by Learning from Others NOTES

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The vision of ACHPER QLD is to promote active and healthy living for all Australians, particularly young people, through education and quality professional practice. ACHPER QLD’s mission is to provide programs and services for Health and Physical Education professionals which will support the continuing development of their knowledge, skills and professional practice in the fields of health and physical education, recreation and sport.

GOLD SPONSOR

CONFERENCE SPONSORS

ADVERTISERS HART Sport | Runaway Bay Sport & Leadership Excellence Centre | Cengage


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