Health and physical education - keeping the curriculum real

Other


Wilson-Gahan, Susan V.. 2015. "Health and physical education - keeping the curriculum real." QLD Health, Physical Education, Physical Activity, Outdoor Education and Sport Conference 2015: Energise. Gold Coast, Australia 30 Oct 2015 Australia.
Paper/Presentation Title

Health and physical education - keeping the curriculum real

Presentation TypeOther
Authors
AuthorWilson-Gahan, Susan V.
Journal or Proceedings TitleConference Program of the QLD Health, Physical Education, Physical Activity, Outdoor Education and Sport Conference 2015: Energise
Number of Pages1
Year2015
Place of PublicationAustralia
Conference/EventQLD Health, Physical Education, Physical Activity, Outdoor Education and Sport Conference 2015: Energise
Event Details
QLD Health, Physical Education, Physical Activity, Outdoor Education and Sport Conference 2015: Energise
Event Date
30 Oct 2015
Event Location
Gold Coast, Australia
Abstract

HPE is privileged by curriculum authorities. It is one of five curriculum areas that Australian school children must have the opportunity to experience during Foundation to Year 10. This is known as a learning entitlement -“learning areas taught to all students in each year of Foundation -Year 10 are: English, mathematics, science, history, health and physical education” (ACARA, 2011). The Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians (MCEETYA, 2008) states that the curriculum will ‘enable students to build social and emotional intelligence and nurture student wellbeing through HPE in particular’. Even with these credible and well intentioned ideals, there can be a disconnect between the curriculum and the realities of delivery - despite the curriculum documents being well-constructed, informed by research, and written by experts in wide consultation with HPE specialists and other major stakeholders. Teachers have the ultimate responsibility for implementation of the curriculum. This session will facilitate your planning for HPE lessons that are personalised inquiry pedagogy and strengths based, so that the intended curriculum is your enacted reality.

Keywordshealth and physical education curriculum; pedagogy for HPE
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390307. Teacher education and professional development of educators
390111. Physical education and development curriculum and pedagogy
420603. Health promotion
390499. Specialist studies in education not elsewhere classified
Public Notes

Abstract only published in Conference Program. Abstract #A5.

Byline AffiliationsSchool of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
Permalink -

https://research.usq.edu.au/item/q3121/health-and-physical-education-keeping-the-curriculum-real

  • 1669
    total views
  • 7
    total downloads
  • 1
    views this month
  • 0
    downloads this month

Export as

Related outputs

HPE: navigating the chasm of policy, practice and management to enact the intended curriculum and meet the needs of the twenty-first century learners
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2020. "HPE: navigating the chasm of policy, practice and management to enact the intended curriculum and meet the needs of the twenty-first century learners." Donovan, Jennifer, Trimmer, Karen and Flegg, Nicholas (ed.) Curriculum, schooling and applied research: challenges and tensions for researchers. Switzerland. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 165-193
Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future
Miller, Judith, Wilson-Gahan, Susan and Garrett, Robyne. 2018. Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Port Melbourne, Australia. Cambridge University Press.
Health and physical education - navigating the chasm of school policy, management and practices to enact the intended curriculum
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2015. "Health and physical education - navigating the chasm of school policy, management and practices to enact the intended curriculum." 29th Australian Council of Health Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) International Conference 2015: Values into Action - A Brighter Future. Adelaide, Australia 13 - 15 Apr 2015
Assessment in health and physical education
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2018. "Assessment in health and physical education." Miller, Judith, Wilson-Gahan, Susan and Garrett, Robyne (ed.) Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Port Melbourne, Australia.. Cambridge University Press. pp. 211-238
Planning for teaching and learning
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2018. "Planning for teaching and learning." Miller, Judith, Wilson-Gahan, Susan and Garrett, Robyne (ed.) Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Port Melbourne, Australia.. Cambridge University Press. pp. 182-210
Health and wellbeing
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2018. "Health and wellbeing." Miller, Judith, Wilson-Gahan, Susan and Garrett, Robyne (ed.) Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Port Melbourne, Australia.. Cambridge University Press. pp. 113-135
Contemporary approaches to health education and health promotion
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2018. "Contemporary approaches to health education and health promotion." Miller, Judith, Wilson-Gahan, Susan and Garrett, Robyne (ed.) Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Port Melbourne, Australia.. Cambridge University Press. pp. 87-112
Health education
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2015. "Health education." Wilson-Gahan, Susan, Callcott, Deborah and Miller, Judith (ed.) Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Port Melbourne, Australia.. Cambridge University Press. pp. 165-183
Assessment in health and physical education
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2015. "Assessment in health and physical education." Wilson-Gahan, Susan, Callcott, Deborah and Miller, Judith (ed.) Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Port Melbourne, Australia.. Cambridge University Press. pp. 143-164
Planning for teaching and learning
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2015. "Planning for teaching and learning." Wilson-Gahan, Susan, Callcott, Deborah and Miller, Judith (ed.) Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Port Melbourne, Australia. Cambridge University Press. pp. 104-126
Health education - pedagogical strategies to maximise engagement and outcomes
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2016. "Health education - pedagogical strategies to maximise engagement and outcomes." International Journal of Arts & Sciences’ (IJAS) 2016 International Conference for Education (Track: Lifelong Learning). Barcelona, Spain 23 - 26 May 2016
Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future
Wilson-Gahan, Susan, Callcott, Deborah and Miller, Judith. 2015. Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Port Melbourne, Victoria. Cambridge University Press.
Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future
Callcott, Deborah, Miller, Judith and Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2012. Health and physical education: preparing educators for the future. Cambridge, United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press.
Achieving inclusive HPE through handball
Wilson-Gahan, Susan V.. 2015. "Achieving inclusive HPE through handball." QLD Health, Physical Education, Physical Activity, Outdoor Education and Sport Conference 2015: Energise. Gold Coast, Australia 30 Oct 2015 Australia.
Porous borders: exploring the potential of biographical research across disciplinary boundaries
Danaher, Patrick, Mason, Robert and Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2014. "Porous borders: exploring the potential of biographical research across disciplinary boundaries." Joint Australian Association for Research in Education and New Zealand Association for Research in Education International Conference 2014 (AARE-NZARE 2014). Brisbane, Australia 30 Nov - 04 Dec 2014 Australia.
Health and physical education – navigating the chasm of policy, practices and management to enact the intended curriculum and meet the needs of 21st century learners
Wilson-Gahan, Susan V.. 2015. "Health and physical education – navigating the chasm of policy, practices and management to enact the intended curriculum and meet the needs of 21st century learners." 29th Australian Council of Health Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) International Conference 2015: Values into Action - A Brighter Future. Adelaide, Australia 13 - 15 Apr 2015
Mobilising the global significance of multidisciplinary discourses of performativity: lessons from an Australian major league baseballer in the United States and Australian circus performers
Wilson-Gahan, Susan, Mason, Robert and Danaher, P. A.. 2014. "Mobilising the global significance of multidisciplinary discourses of performativity: lessons from an Australian major league baseballer in the United States and Australian circus performers." Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines (CADAAD2014). Budapest, Hungary 01 - 03 Sep 2014
Digital futures dictating pedagogy in undergraduate health and physical education teacher preparation
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2013. "Digital futures dictating pedagogy in undergraduate health and physical education teacher preparation." White, Julie (ed.) Annual International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education 2013 (AARE 2013): Shaping Australian Educational Research. Adelaide, Australia 01 - 05 Dec 2013 Melbourne, Australia.
Synthesising socioecological frameworks, impacts of social determinants and strengths-based paradigms - imperatives for efficacy in health education and health promotion
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2013. "Synthesising socioecological frameworks, impacts of social determinants and strengths-based paradigms - imperatives for efficacy in health education and health promotion." Mooney, Amanda and Quay, John (ed.) 28th ACHPER International Conference (ACHPER 2013): A Defining Time. Melbourne, Australia 27 - 29 Nov 2013 Hindmarsh, South Australia.
Interrogating efficacy of digital pedagogies for preservice health and physical education teacher education
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2013. "Interrogating efficacy of digital pedagogies for preservice health and physical education teacher education." Quay, John and Mooney, Amanda (ed.) 28th ACHPER International Conference (ACHPER 2013): A Defining Time. Melbourne, Australia 27 - 29 Nov 2013 Adelaide, Australia.
Meeting the challenge of online undergraduate teacher training in health and physical education
Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2011. "Meeting the challenge of online undergraduate teacher training in health and physical education." Prachslias, C. (ed.) 7th International Conference on Education (ICE 2011): Frontiers in Education. Samos Island, Greece 07 - 09 Jul 2011 Athens, Greece.
The implementation of the Smart Moves daily physical activity program in Queensland state primary schools
Williams, Natasha and Wilson-Gahan, Susan. 2013. "The implementation of the Smart Moves daily physical activity program in Queensland state primary schools." Mooney, Amanda and Quay, John (ed.) 28th ACHPER International Conference (ACHPER 2013): A Defining Time. Melbourne, Australia 27 - 29 Nov 2013 Hindmarsh, South Australia.