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The Concept Curriculum: Leading meaningful change in PE

Sport & PE 11-16 Teacher Training

Lee Sullivan

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Can't attend Session 2 live? You can still book! Take advantage of our anytime, anywhere access - all registered teachers receive Session 2 to watch as many times as you want, for up to 6 months.

Why attend?

Is PE valued in your school? Does your current delivery meet the needs of every student? Does your curriculum nurture physical literacy? If the answer to any of the above questions is no, then it’s time to book onto our brand-new CPD event, led by author of Is Physical Education in Crisis?: Leading a Much-Needed Change in Physical Education, Lee Sullivan.

Discover what a Concept Curriculum is and how to implement it in your PE department in order to ensure your lessons are more impactful, engaging and reinvigorate students’ enjoyment. Offering a fantastic opportunity for professional development and coaching, this course consists of a full-day workshop followed by a follow-up check-in webinar, so you have plenty of first-hand classroom experiences to feedback on.

  • Rediscover your ‘why’ – take time to reflect on your personal and department goals
  • Hear expert guidance and concrete examples on implementing a Concept Curriculum in your department and how it can prepare all students for life through PE
  • Network and collaborate with other physical educators implementing this game-changing and meaningful curriculum in PE
  • Gain a clear understanding of inclusive pedagogy and how to adopt a physical literacy approach in order to provide positive and meaningful PE experiences for all students
  • Receive guided support on how you can assess and evaluate the impact of changes from implementing a Concept Curriculum

Attend this event and receive a free copy of one of our best-selling Student Textbooks – worth £25.

Booking reference: PEC270622
Hodder code: 1551270622 / 3551101022

Programme

Session 1: London: Monday, 27th June 2022

10.00am Registration and refreshments
10.10am Justifying the need for change in PE
  • Reviewing the current state of PE
  • Know your ‘why’
10.40am Introducing the Concept Curriculum
  • What is a concept-driven approach?
  • Creating your own Scheme of Work
11.10am Morning break
11.20am Curriculum development
  • Concept Curriculum lesson planning
  • Practical advice - lesson examples
12.15pm Lunch
1.00pm Pedagogy development
  • Concept Curriculum lesson planning
  • Application to physical activity/sports
  • Inclusive pedagogy/physical literacy
  • Teachable moments
  • Assessment opportunities
2.00pm Afternoon break
2.10pm Leading meaningful change in PE
  • Identifying need/impact
  • Leading effective meetings
  • Collaborative planning
  • Creating consistency (teacher lesson prompts)
  • Student voice and quality assurance
  • Overcoming obstacles
3.10pm Review and reflect
3.20pm Workshop ends

Session 2: Online: Monday, 10th October 2022

4.00pm Welcome back and sound checks
4.05pm Embracing failures and celebrating successes
  • Share what hasn’t worked and discuss solutions
  • Share best practice
4.50pm Assessing impact
  • Student voice and quality assurance
  • What’s our legacy?
5.30pm Webinar ends

 

Presenters

Lee Sullivan - Presenter
Lee Sullivan - Presenter
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Venue

1551270622
etc. venues, Marble Arch (provisional venue)
86 Edgware Road
London
W2 2EA
Please note: this event is not confirmed to run yet but to help you plan your potential journey to London, we wanted to provide you with the provisional venue..

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