Course evaluation

NESA Accreditation

In order to be accredited for the 5 hours professional learning with NESA, participants must have completed all offline tasks and provide their NESA accreditation details on the Course evaluation survey.

Please go to the following link and complete the survey on your experience of this course.

 

 

Complete course evaluation

 

 

Your honest feedback will help us create more engaging and relevant courses as we move into syllabus implementation.

 

Module 4 – What do we want students to learn in PDHPE?

What do we want students to learn in PDHPE?

In this webinar you will be walked through the process of unpacking what elements will be driving decisions about what you want students to learn in PDHPE. The webinar will cover:

  • Exploring the challenges, attitudes, decisions and behaviours that students need to be able to make
  • Unpacking the influences on these attitudes, decisions and behaviours.
  • What understandings and skills are key to addressing these influences and making informed choices?

The password to access the webinar is understandings

 

Completed template sample

Download (DOCX, 155KB)

TASKS:

Environmental scan – Parts 1 and 2

Summarise your findings from your student and teacher surveys administered in Module 2 and have your SWOT analysis responses from Module 1 available for reference.

Identifying what we want students to learn

Download the challenges, attitudes, decisions and behaviours → influences template and discuss as a team and record your thoughts.

Download (DOCX, 61KB)

Upload completed template to the Google Drive for PD Session 4.

Go to the PDHPE Collective Facebook page and reflect on your findings in a post to the group about what you identified as the key influences on the range of challenges, attitudes, decisions and behaviours that you identified your students were likely to experience in coming years.

Alternatively, you can type up your reflections in an email and post automatically to the PDHPE Collective page

 

 

Module 3 – Behaviour change and health promotion models and frameworks

Module 3 webinar: How do behaviour change models and health promotion frameworks inform our work in PDHPE?

Module 3 offline task:

Download the Applying the model to practice worksheet below.

Download (PDF, 515KB)

Select a health behaviour or action that you wish to focus on.

Brainstorm the factors in each category that could influence a student’s behaviour choices.

Upload your completed sheet to the Google Drive for Module 3.

Go to the PDHPE Collective Facebook page and share your reflections in a post to the group about what factors in each category could influence a student’s behavioural choices for your selected health behaviour or action.

Alternatively, you can type up your reflections in an email and post automatically to the PDHPE Collective page

Module 2 – Knowing your students and their needs

Understanding young people and what is going on for them

The following webinar explores the evidence about how young people are doing health and physical activity. Watch the webinar below (password is young-people) and then discuss as a team.

MODULE 2 OFFLINE TASKS:

Record your thoughts on the questions from the final slide on the Reflecting on the real world Padlet (https://padlet.com/janice9/8nqneeu539ir)

Environmental scan – Part 2

Student survey

Download and revise the sample student survey to suit local school context and upload your final survey to the Google Drive for Session 2.

Download (DOCX, 48KB)

Publish your survey through an online survey tool such as SurveyMonkey and administer to a random, representative sample of students across year levels.

Teacher survey

Download and revise the sample teacher survey  to fit school / staff context and upload your final survey to the Google Drive for Session 2.

Download (DOC, 68KB)

Publish your survey through an online survey tool such as SurveyMonkey and administer to all teachers of PDHPE.

Discussion and reflection

Go to the PDHPE Collective Facebook page and reflect on your findings in a post to the group about your key findings from the student and teacher surveys that can inform your future programming decisions.

Alternatively, you can type up your reflections in an email and post automatically to the PDHPE Collective page

Session 4: Understanding our why?

What do we want students to learn?

In this webinar you will be walked through the process of unpacking what elements will be driving decisions about what you want students to learn in PDHPE. The webinar will cover:

  • Exploring the challenges, attitudes, decisions and behaviours that students need to be able to make
  • Unpacking the influences on these attitudes, decisions and behaviours.
  • What understandings and skills are key to addressing these influences and making informed choices?

The password to access the webinar is understandings

 

Completed template sample

Download (DOCX, 155KB)

TASKS:

Environmental scan – Parts 1 and 2

Collate the responses from your student and teacher surveys administer in Session 2 and have your SWOT analysis responses from Session 1 available for reference.

Identifying what we want students to learn

Download the challenges, attitudes, decisions and behaviours → influences template and discuss as a team and record your thoughts.

Download (DOCX, 61KB)

Upload completed template to the Google Drive for Session 4.

 

 

Session 2: Knowing the needs of your students

Understanding young people and what is going on for them

The following webinar explores the evidence about how young people are doing health and physical activity. Watch the webinar below (password is young-people) and then discuss as a team.

TASKS:

Discuss as a team the questions on the final slide and record your thoughts on the Reflecting on the real world Padlet (https://padlet.com/janice9/8nqneeu539ir)

Environmental scan – Part 2

Student survey

Download and revise the sample student survey to suit local school context and upload your final survey to the Google Drive for Session 2.

Download (DOCX, 48KB)

Publish your survey through an online survey tool such as SurveyMonkey and administer to a random, representative sample of students across year levels.

Teacher survey

Download and revise the sample teacher survey  to fit school / staff context and upload your final survey to the Google Drive for Session 2.

Download (DOC, 68KB)

Publish your survey through an online survey tool such as SurveyMonkey and administer to all teachers of PDHPE.

 

 

Session 3: Unpacking the propositions

The five propositions

The following webinar unpacks each of the five propositions and explores how they drive the way the content of the new syllabus will be delivered.

Please note: this webinar has been developed for use by ACHPER NSW and NSW DoE as an introductory professional learning activity that will be rolled out statewide in Term 1 2018. You are getting an early taster so that you can provide constructive feedback. Please do not share beyond your own faculty team.

Watch the webinar (Password is propositions! ) and complete the tasks identified within the webinar.

Tasks:

Go to the Proposition Padlet at (https://padlet.com/janice9/gk9o1z2p3q14) and record any challenges, thoughts, insights and/or questions that you have as a result of viewing the webinar.

Upload your completed tasks from the webinar into the Google Drive Folder for Session 3.

Complete the Unpacking the propositions quiz (click on the link in the box below).

Module 1: Where is your starting point?

Introduction to the program

Program outcomes

As a result of completing this online course, participants will have:

  • undertaken a comprehensive environmental scan to gather localised data to inform the revision of their school’s PDHPE program
  • developed a greater understanding of some of the latest evidence that informs the PDHPE learning area
  • used localised data to identify challenges, behaviours, decisions and actions for students in their local context that will need to be addressed through their revised PDHPE program.

PDHPE Collective Facebook Group

The PDHPE Collective has been set up to facilitate the online discussions and reflections that you will be participating in during the course. Before you get started jump across the PDHPE Collective Facebook Group and join now so you can post your reflections and discussions to the page.

Within this group we will facilitate regular discussion forums that explore key topics within the PDHPE field as well as running a monthly professional reading circle where research articles, key reports, resources or policies will be shared and discussed. The intention is the PDHPE Collective will become the key Professional Leaning Community of Practice for teachers of PDHPE.

NESA Accreditation

In order to be accredited for the 5 hours professional learning with NESA, participants must complete all offline tasks and provide their NESA accreditation details on the Course evaluation survey.

Module 1 webinar: Evidence base that informs PDHPE

Shifting the focus – traditional vs contemporary PDHPE programs

Module 1 offline task: Environmental scan – Part 1

SWOT Analysis

Download the SWOT Analysis tool from the yellow links below the preview window. You can either download as a PDF or an editable Word document.

Download (PDF, 43KB)

Download (DOCX, 87KB)

TASKS:

Complete the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats worksheet in relation to your current PDHPE program and future implementation of PDHPE at your school

Record your discussions on the SWOT tool and upload into the Google Drive folder for Session 1.

Go to the PDHPE Collective Facebook page and reflect on your findings in a post to the group about what you identified as the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to your program with the release of the new syllabus.

Alternatively, you can type up your reflections in an email and post automatically to the PDHPE Collective page

 

 

 

Module 2: What do we want students to learn?

In this module we are going to focus on the What we want students to learn? step in our process.

This process is driven by the concept of backward mapping – we need to have a clear picture of what it is we want students to learn before we can start to think about how we might teach and assess them.

The following video provides some insights into the

Without a clear picture of what it is we want students to learn it becomes very difficult to plan effective assessment activities. So let’s spend some time thinking about what students should be learning in Health and Physical Education.

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Course introduction: Quality assessment in PDHPE

Course introduction

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Transcript:

This online course was born from the multiple questions that I have gotten over the last year or so about how to assess HPE effectively and how to come up with a single grade from A-E given that the content is in two-year bands and it is often taught by two different teachers.

Many of you are probably in a similar quandry and that’s why you’ve signed up to this course. Hopefully by the end of the course this won’t seem such a daunting task or major issue!

But my belief is that assessment only seems difficult because we insist on making our processes and procedures complicated. My aim with this course is to show you the K.I.S.S Keep It Simple ..

What do I want you to walk away with at the end of the course?

  • Solutions to challenges currently being experienced
  • Picture of what achievement looks like in the “new” PDHPE
  • Practical processes for planning teaching, assessment and reporting.

What is your why?

I’d love to find out a little about who you are …. And I’m sure the rest of the group would too! … so jump onto the forum by clicking the link below and tell us a bit about yourself.

  • Who you are?
  • What school you are teaching at and what your role is there?
  • Why you chose to participate in this course?
  • What you hope to get out of completing this course?

So lets get started

 Click on this link to go to Module 1.

e-learning

Module 1: Setting the scene

The four modules of the course are framed around the following process which creates explicit links between our planning, teaching, assessing and reporting activities.

Its important before we start focusing on developing processes and practices for quality assessment that we get a shared understanding of the reasons why we assess in PDHPE and the outcomes we are seeking to achieve through our assessment programs.

Watch the short video below and then complete the quick quiz on Why do we assess? so we can check your understanding.

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