A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE

Danielle Simpson
Are you preparing to teach Prelim PDHPE for the first time? Gain confidence & knowledge to deliver the Prelim component of Stage 6 PDHPE.
Target Audience
Beginning teachers or inexperienced Stage 6 PDHPE teachers.
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Learning Areas

Teaching Standards

General Description

This course provides teachers with a comprehensive insight into requirements for commencing teaching Stage 6 PDHPE Preliminary content. Participants will unpack the requirements for effectively commencing teaching Preliminary content and begin their personal planning process.

Audience

Beginning teachers or inexperienced Stage 6 PDHPE teachers.

Available Delivery Formats

Format Description

This course will increase your knowledge and understanding of Preliminary PDHPE which will contribute to enhancing your confidence to take on Stage 6 teaching. You will examine Stage 6 Preliminary content, become familiar with scope and sequencing of units and assessment requirements. Participants will be exposed to resources, sample assessment tasks and T/L strategies. Sharing of ideas and making connections in a collegial environment during collaborative work will contribute to designing either an assessment task or T/L strategies to take back to the classroom.

Teaching Standards
2.1.2 Proficient Level – Content and teaching strategies of the teaching area
2.2.2 Proficient Level – Content selection and organisation
2.3.2 Proficient Level – Curriculum, assessment and reporting
3.3.2 Proficient Level – Use teaching strategies

Are you in NSW? If so, this is relevant for you

Completing this course will contribute 5 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 2.1.2, 2.2.2, 2.3.2 & 3.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

TTA (Teacher Training Australia) is endorsed to provide the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient and Lead Level Teacher.


This course contributes to 5.0 professional development hours.

Occurrences

There are no occurrences of 1. Face to Face in Australia (NSW) at this time.

Sessions

Preliminary PDHPE- content basics

1 hour and 30 minutes

-Introduction of presenter and participants and overview of the day
- Stage 6 Preliminary PDHPE structure is examined with suggested scope and sequences for teaching of units of work being modelled.
-Content for core modules and options are explored with a focus on highlighting material that is important as it transfers or continues into the HSC course.
-Some T/L strategies are modelled for teaching aspects of this content as well as resources that can be used.
-Suggested resources are highlighted

Delivery will be presentation style, allowing ample opportunities for questions and discussion.

Preliminary PDHPE- assessment basics and routines for HSC preparation

1 hour and 30 minutes

-What are the new Stage 6 PDHPE assessment requirements?
-What should an internal assessment schedule look like?
-What makes a good assessment task? Samples of tasks are reviewed to determine this.
-How do you determine ROSA grades?
- What practices should you establish early on to assist HSC preparation?

Delivery will be a mixture of presentation style, discussion and small group work.

Preparing for your own teaching

2 hours

Participants will be given the opportunity to work collaboratively to design either innovative T/L strategies for Stage 6 Preliminary PDHPE content or an assessment task in small groups. These will be presented to the group and collated so they can be taken back to use in the classroom.

What To Bring

Stage 6 Syllabus ( soft or hard copy)
Stage 6 Support Document ( soft or hard copy)
Laptop/Tablet

User Rating

4.9

Latest Reviews

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A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
17/04/2019
A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by David Dunne on 17/04/2019

Every section was broken down really well, improving my understanding of prelim PDHPE.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Hayley Abood on 17/04/2019

Resources, lesson ideas.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
17/04/2019

The course was presented in a logical and clear manner. An excellent range of resources were provided – great takeaways that had relevant and practical application.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Kelley Caoyonan on 17/04/2019

Clear content, good structure and organisation. Time to plan.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Mark O'Halloran on 17/04/2019

Very useful course in preparation for next year.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Andrew Taylor on 17/04/2019

Clear and concise. Very beneficial.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
17/04/2019

Really helpful! Good overview and some practical tips. Good range of information covered.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
17/04/2019

Danielle was very knowledgeable and willing to share her previous experience to all. Sharing teaching strategies and assessment ideas was great to see what teaching prelim PDHPE will look like.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Joel Berrell on 17/04/2019

Good explanation of content and how to approach prelim, especially assessment and T/L strategies.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Joe Olchoway on 17/04/2019

Very informative in regards to setting of our school’s prelim course.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by James O'Shea on 17/04/2019

Clear expectations. Practical in nature – some great takeaways.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
17/04/2019

The content presented was very useful and assisted my understanding of the prelim course. Great to get some very useful teaching strategies.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
17/04/2019

Well organised and practical resources that can be used straight back in the classroom.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Catherine Juhasz on 17/04/2019

Outstanding content and presented in a way that was easy to understand and put into practice.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Brittany Sharkey on 12/04/2018

Excellent presenter. So much knowledge to share.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Michelle Garbutt on 12/04/2018

Presentation was highly informative, relevant. Professionally presented. Lots of useful content. Thank you.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Michelle Fisher on 12/04/2018

Clear cut and easy to understand. Broken up into specific blocks of content. Got good tips and overview of the course. Not too long either – well timed.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Paul Fogarty on 12/04/2018

The course was well presented. It provided several resources. Was engaging and allowed for collaboration.

A guide for preparing to teach Preliminary PDHPE
by Rebecca Gair on 12/04/2018

Danielle provided relevant information in an interesting manner. Provided great examples and ensured new teachers had a clear direction of where to start.


About the team


Danielle Simpson

Creator

Danielle is the Professional Learning Consultant for Health and Physical Education (HPE) and is part of the quality assurance team at Teacher Training Australia (TTA). Her experience in the Health and Physical Education sector is broad. It encompasses teaching, consultancy, presenting lectures/workshops through to administration of a professional association.

Danielle has been teaching Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) in NSW for the past 25 years and has been Head of Department for 11 of those years. She is currently teaching PDHPE part time. Danielle is an experienced educational consultant who has worked with schools in areas such as mentoring PDHPE faculties, program and assessment writing, curriculum content and delivery for inexperienced teachers of Stage 6 PDHPE and HSC marking simulation.

Danielle has co authored the textbook for Senior PDHPE “Application and Inquiry HSC Course” (second edition) and is an experienced senior HSC marker. She is also part of the writing team for Preliminary PDHPE and HSC Trial examinations for various professional bodies. Danielle presents student workshops with HSC In the Holidays for HSC PDHPE revision. She is the Vice President (conference) of the PDHPE Teachers Association.