Unpacking the PDHPE K-10 syllabus (primary)

Identify syllabus changes, explore the PDHPE K-10 Syllabus propositions and use a learning framework to develop a whole school scope and sequence.

Description

This suite of e-Learning courses is designed to support primary teachers with implementation of the PDHPE K-10 Syllabus. The 'Unpacking the PDHPE K-10 syllabus propositions (primary)' course develops understanding of the five propositions and is a pre-requisite for enrolment in the 7-hour ‘Unpacking the PDHPE K-10 syllabus online course (primary)’ course. In the ‘Unpacking the PDHPE K-10 syllabus online course (primary)’ participants will further develop knowledge of the syllabus and apply this to the evidence-based programming process.

Roles

  • Primary School

Unpacking the PDHPE K-10 syllabus propositions (primary)

Summary

'Unpacking the PDHPE K-10 syllabus propositions (primary)' has been specifically designed to support primary teachers with implementation of the PDHPE K-10 Syllabus and develop understanding of the five propositions. Each proposition is outlined and informs planning, programming and assessment practices.

Who should enrol

This one-hour, eLearning course is available to all NSW public school primary teachers.

Overview

Participants will:

  1. Review the overarching concepts related to the propositions (5 minutes)
  2. Develop deep knowledge and understanding of each of the 5 propositions, including what it looks like in their PDHPE K-10 syllabus outcomes and content (25 minutes)
  3. Plan for implementation of the propositions by designing learning and teaching experiences which incorporate outcomes and content from the PDHPE K-10 syllabus. (10 minutes)
  4. Review research and data and identify the implications for learning, teaching and assessment. (10 minutes)
  5. Share existing practice and identify opportunities to improve practice in response to what they learn through the course content. (10 minutes)

Interactive activities included in this eLearning course allow participants to reflect, discuss, consolidate and relate their learning to their own context by:

  • Answering questions through polls and quizzes.
  • Reflecting on their understanding and sharing answers through an assignment for submission.
  • Designing a learning activity for a particular stage identifying outcomes, content and age appropriate experiences for lesson delivery within their school context.

Information and resources in this eLearning course reference the PDHPE K-10 Syllabus © 2018 Copyright NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) for and on behalf of the Crown in right of the State of New South Wales.

NESA interim accredited professional development until 31 July 2021

Completing 'Unpacking the PDHPE K-10 syllabus propositions (primary)' will contribute 1 hour of NESA accredited PD addressing 2.1.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.



Unpacking the PDHPE K-10 syllabus online course (primary)

Summary

Participants unpack and develop deep knowledge and understanding of the PDHPE K-10 syllabus. This course explores the evidence base which informs programming in PDHPE and encourages participants to reflect on what drives their current programming, teaching and assessment decisions.

Who should enrol

This 7-hour, e-Learning course is available to all NSW public school primary teachers.

Overview

Participants will:

  • develop a strong understanding of the key features of the new syllabus
  • understand and use a programming framework to apply each key feature
  • critique their current practice and plan for action to program for the new syllabus
  • create a series of teaching and learning unit frameworks and share on an online space
  • become prepared to scope and sequence for the Stages of learning in preparation for syllabus implementation.

NESA interim accredited professional development until 31 July 2021

The course will take 7 hours, broken into a 5 hour online course and 2 hours of post event tasks for submission. All tasks must be completed in full to meet the requirements.



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