Oxford University Press invites you to attend a free teacher workshop designed to support the implementation of QCE Physical Education Units 3 & 4 in Queensland in 2020.

Why should you attend a workshop?



Engage and support any class

Presentations by the Oxford team and expert authors

Free Oxford resources

Free Oxford resources

Afternoon tea provided

Afternoon tea provided

Session details

Join our expert author team of practising teachers as they outline the key features of Units 3 & 4 of the Physical Education General Senior Syllabus, and share a range of strategies and resources to help you meet the requirements of the syllabus and get the best results for your students.

Each workshop will include:

  • practical tips and advice for introducing a dynamic systems approach to tactical awareness
  • strategies for maximising student results on internal and external assessments
  • a demonstration of the features and resources included in Oxford’s Physical Education for Queensland Units 3 & 4

Schedule

Registration and afternoon tea: 4:00pm – 4:30pm
Workshop: 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Speakers

Please note that the speaker for each workshop will differ, depending on the workshop date and location.

Monique Brennan
Monique Brennan is an experienced Health and Physical Education teacher and Head of Department who has taught across a range state and Catholic schools. Monique led the implementation of the Australian Curriculum: HPE for Brisbane Catholic Education, providing guidance and support for teachers. Monique is passionate about the lifelong positive effects of quality health and physical education and currently leads Middle Years Curriculum at Carmel College in Brisbane.

Crystal Hede
Crystal Hede has been the Head of Health and Physical Education at The Glennie School, Toowoomba, for over 10 years. She has lead curriculum change and held the position of IT mentor, supporting the broader staff body in the implementation of technology to enhance teaching and learning. She has also been a district panellist for Senior Physical Education.

Kate Russell
Kate Russell has taught Health and Physical Education in Queensland for 14 years and until recently was Head of Department at St Saviour’s College in Toowoomba where she taught since 2007. As a member of the Toowoomba District review panel, Kate has contributed to the development of the Physical Education syllabus over many years. Kate now specialises in the field of child behaviour, psychology and development, working to help parents and educators build positive relationships with the children in their care.

Ron Weatherby
Ron Weatherby has been a Health and Physical Education teacher for over 30 years and has been Head of Department at Lockyer District State High since 1997. Ron has been involved with Senior Physical Education curriculum development at all levels since 1995, acting as a panellist, district review panel chair and state member over this time. Ron was also a member of the review panel for the new Senior PE Syllabus and is currently presenting at workshops and developing resources for its implementation in 2019.

Wayne Gore
Wayne Gore is the Head of Physical Education at Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie) in Brisbane. He is a committed educator with over 20 years’ teaching experience. Wayne is a management committee member with ACHPER Australia Queensland Branch and has also worked as a Panel Member, QCAA Endorsement Assessor (trial).

Venues

Wednesday 22 May

Calamvale Community College
11 Hamish Street, Calamvale

Thursday 23 May

St Joseph's College
54 James Street, Toowoomba

Tuesday 28 May

Maroochydore State High School
160 Maroochydore Rd, Maroochydore

Wednesday 29 May

Wavell State High School
Telopia Avenue, Wavell Heights

Thursday 30 May

Coombabah State High School
550 Pine Ridge Road, Coombabah

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Register

To register, select the number of places you would like to book at each workshop. For example, select "1" if you are registering yourself only. Then click 'Register'. You will then be asked to enter your details. Once you've registered, you will receive a confirmation email.

If you are unable to view the form, please email us with your details and we will register you.