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PDHPE in Primary Education:

PDHPE in Primary Education The Nature & Role of PDHPE in Australian Schools By: Timna Dean #11156760 EMR416: Community Information Presentation

Why teach PDHPE at school? An Introduction:

Why teach PDHPE at school? An Introduction Access the Parents Guide to the NSW Primary Syllabuses at: http://k6.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/go/parents/pdhpe

Why is PDHPE important?:

Commonwealth of Australia, 2004 Why is PDHPE important? Children between the ages of 5-12 greatly benefit from being physically active. It can:

Why is PDHPE included in the Primary Curriculum?:

Why is PDHPE included in the Primary Curriculum? BoS, 2007

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Why is PDHPE included in the Primary Curriculum? BoS, 2007

The aim of the PDHPE K-6 Syllabus is to develop in each student::

The aim of the PDHPE K-6 Syllabus is to develop in each student: associated with leading to a healthy and active child

What does PDHPE achieve?:

What does PDHPE achieve? BoS, 2007

Preparing for their Future:

Preparing for their Future BoS, 2007

Shaping Future Australian Citizens:

Shaping Future Australian Citizens Bailey, 2006; Tinning, McCuaig & Hunter, 2005

Shaping Future Australian Citizens:

Shaping Future Australian Citizens Bailey, 2006; Tinning, McCuaig & Hunter, 2005

Shaping Future Australian Citizens:

Shaping Future Australian Citizens Tinning, Kirk & Evans, 1993

Sequence of Learning:

Sequence of Learning BoS, 2007

What does PDHPE target?:

What does PDHPE target? BoS, 2007, p9

Developmental Scaffold:

Developmental Scaffold An example of a sequence of learning from Early Stage 1 to Stage 3, in the Strand ‘Active Lifestyle’, can demonstrate the influence of the child’s cognitive ability compared to the syllabus structure. Early Stage 1 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 ALES1.6 Develops a repertoire of physical activities in which they can participate ALES1.6 Participates in physical activity, recognises that it can be both enjoyable & important for health ALES2.6 Discusses the relationship between regular and varied physical activity and health ALES3.6 Shows how to maintain and improve the quality of an active lifestyle Develops Participates/Recognises Discusses Shows

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BoS, 2008 Some Kindergarten examples

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Some Year 1 and Year 2 examples BoS, 2008

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Some Year 3 and Year 4 examples BoS, 2008

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Some Year 5 and Year 6 examples BoS, 2008

In Summary:

In Summary Personal Development, Health and Physical Education develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes students need to lead healthy, active and fulfilling lives. Without its inclusion in the Primary Curriculum, a portion of children in our society will be disadvantaged. They will fail to understand what it takes to stay healthy and active through all stages of their life.

References:

References Bailey, R. (2006). Physical education and sport in schools: A review of benefits and outcomes. Journal of School Health. 76 (8): 397-401. Board of Studies, NSW. (2007). Personal development, health and physical education K-6 syllabus. Board of Studies NSW, Sydney. Australia. Board of Studies. (2008). Parents Guide to the NSW Primary Syllabuses . Accessed March 20, 2011, from http://k6.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/go/parents/pdhpe Commonwealth of Australia. (2004). Australia’s physical activity recommendations for 5-12 year olds . Department of Health and Aging. Canberra, Australia. Tinning, R., Kirk, D., & Evans, J. (1993). What stands for physical education in primary schools? Learning to teach physical education. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice Hall. Tinning, R., MacDonald, D., Wright, J. & Hickey, C. (2001). How do students learn? In Becoming a physical education teacher: Contemporary and enduring issues. Frenches Forest, NSW, Prentice hall. Tinning, R., McCuaig , L., & Hunter, L. (2005). Teaching health & physical education in Australian schools . Frenches Forest, NSW. Pearson Education.

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