This session aims to share the potential benefits, and desired learning outcomes, of the Sport Education approach, while also sharing practical tips on how to implement this pedagogical approach within your upper Primary classroom. Through participation and interaction with this session, you will be introduced to the theoretical principles that underpin this approach to teaching […]
During this session, you will discover the transformative power of Yoga. Dive into strategies and techniques to cultivate a harmonious and stress-free classroom environment. You’ll learn Yoga techniques that focus on bringing a sense of calm, concentration, and joy. By the end of this session, you’ll be inspired to use mindful movements, breathing exercises, and
Join us for a truly immersive, hands-on, 60-minute webinar that’s set to revolutionise your approach to physical education teaching. At ConnectedPE, we’ve pioneered a suite of groundbreaking AI tools designed to streamline everything from lesson planning to report writing. But this isn’t just your average webinar – it’s a real-time, interactive learning experience. During the
Who Is This Webinar For: This session is tailored for Physical Education teachers who have access to devices that can leverage the Google Chrome browser (laptops, Chromebooks) and are keen on transforming these gadgets into powerful feedback instruments. 1. The transformative role of video feedback in skill development2. Why hands-free video delay trumps traditional video
Regular Mindfulness practice supports a large number of health benefits including emotional regulation, improved focus and attention, reduction of anxiety and depression, and enhancing empathy. In this session I will present some simple ways that teachers can incorporate mindfulness into everyday PE class (and beyond) to support student well-being and social emotional learning.
Games and sports make up approximately half of the PE curriculum for children and adolescents, in addition to other movement skills such as gymnastics, dance, athletics and swimming. Therefore, it is essential that we continue to strive for best-practice methodology in order to maximise student development in the 4 key learning outcomes of: (1) psychomotor
In physical education the role of the learner goes beyond being physically active, educators should provide environments and opportunities for learners to take more active roles throughout the learning process. This presentation shares examples of how year 2 students take active roles in assessing skills, setting learning goals, planning lessons and reflecting throughout the engagement
Study after study shows that physical activity throughout the day activates the brain, improves cognitive function, and is correlated with improved academic performance. Less talked about, however, is “mindful movement” – i.e., tying movement to content learning. The method of Total Physical Response, for example, is one that has students acting out physical gestures to
Digital storytelling is defined as the art and craft of using media and software programs to communicate stories in innovative and powerful ways (Hardy & Sumner, 2014). Infusing this idea together with a pedagogy of place and space, Physical Education can be taught and experienced beyond the typical spaces like an indoor sports hall or
The world is becoming a global village and it’s high time to make the rest of the world understand the logic and lessons behind African indigenous games.
Physical activity and wellbeing in primary schools has never been more important, but when teachers are already stretched to the limit, how can this be delivered effectively? During this workshop, you will gain tons of practical ideas on how to get your children more active, not just in PE but across the entire school day.