PHASE Asia Pacific is a conference for all educators focussed on physical education, health, athletics, sports, and experiential learning.  The conference allows participants to learn from leading authorities in their respective fields as well as from practitioner presenters, to network with fellow educators, and to access good practice and resources in multiple formats.

PHASE has evolved from the Asia Pacific Physical Education Conference (APPEC) which was a dedicated Physical Education & Wellness event for the Asia Pacific region starting in 2015.

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Pedagogy & Curriculum [clear filter]
Sunday, November 17


Can Your Assessment Be Any Easier?
Rubrics, checklists, plickers, self-reflection, peer reflection, photo, videos, group selections, sporting teams and so much more. Find out why iDOCEO app is so important to educators on the move. Forget the pen and paper, capture assessment anytime anywhere and give students what they need - live feedback!

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Andy Hair

Physical Education Teacher, Leopold Primary School
I am a Physical Education Teacher and Coach based in Geelong (Australia). I currently work for Leopold Primary School. As an advocate for PE I am connected across the world via Twitter, Youtube and Instagram and come to Hong Kong again excited to meet many of my idols and friends... Read More →

Sunday November 17, 2019 14:30 - 15:30
104 & 105 (1st Floor, High School)


Enacting Strengths-Based Approaches to Curriculum Design: The Case of Health Education
A strengths-based approach to health and physical education (HPE) has been positioned as a foundational philosophy of the new Australian HPE curriculum. This “positive” approach to HPE seeks to focus less on human deficits, societal and individual risk behaviours, and more on the strengths and resources that can be nurtured within young people and their communities. Building on my keynote presentation, this workshop will first review the range of theoretical perspectives informing strengths-based approaches and the reasons why this knowledge is critical for curriculum design.

Drawing on a recent curriculum design project for Netball Queensland, participants will explore a range of contemporary youth “health issues” and the ways in which such health issues can be re-imagined and re-oriented to reflect a strengths-based approach to health education in school settings. Importantly, participants will be provided with a series of meta-curriculum design steps that will facilitate their future endeavours in constructing units of work that focus on or contribute to learning outcomes that can inform lifelong healthy living.

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Louise McCuaig

Associate Professor, University of Queensland
Health education in PETE and schooling

Sunday November 17, 2019 14:30 - 15:30
102 & 103 (1st Floor, High School)