Dr Irihangi Heke
Atua to Matua – taking Maori concepts and translating into physical activity – making connections that Maori value.
- Iwi centrism
- Genetic mapping
- Envirophysiology – building training programmes around where people are from – again making connections
- Tinana wairua hinengaro – need all three aspects to create wellbeing.
- Tawhirimatea (assessment) models from the past that can be used for physical conditioning and testing.
PE from a Maori perspective needs assessment from a Maori perspective too.
Funny guy with some interesting ideas to ponder!
Session 2 – Quality PE from an international perspective. Lorna, Sue and Kirsten
Looked at how the AIESEP conference developed a draft position statement for Physical Education
What are the implications for NZ PE if this is the standard that we measure by…..What do we lose…..
Needs a vision – where is the learner????
Session 3 – Developing a Community – Health and PE NZ
Love the concept of a FB or Twitter community and enjoyed the what, why how. Great presentation by Natasha
Session 4 – SOLO in PE by me
Very rushed session – should have had an hour!!! I have included the where to next section of the session into this blog.
- Have a look at our books – SOLO taxonomy in Physical Education https://www.essentialresources.co.nz/Products.aspx?SubjectID=0&SeriesID=SER5805
- HookEd – http://pamhook.com/
- St Andrew’s College Moodle SOLO page – http://classes.stac.school.nz/course/view.php?id=610
- PE teachers using SOLO on twitter – @NixRichards, @pe_pastoral, @RUloveskiing, @artichoke, @tombrush1982, @dwoodward11, @mattbebbington @Mat6453 @LeeG4rr3tt @davidfawcett27
- Try using the unit planning tool – (handout)
- Have a go at using a HOTmap
- Create a rubric for your next unit
Session 5 – Scholarship PE
Not at all what I was expecting but an interesting and robust discussion around the new proposal for Scholarship PE as a “report” rather than an exam. I was hoping for ideas to help my scholarship students!!