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A+ Physical Education Notes VCE Units 3 &4

$36.95
A+ Phys Ed Notes Units 3 & 4 is written in line with the latest VCE Physical Education Study Design and is a comprehensive companion for students studying VCE Physical Education at Units 3 & 4. The notes are designed to both supplement class work and provide informative wider reading for students. In addition, key application examples are included, that allow students to draw links between the theory covered in classrooms and ‘real world’ settings. With comprehensive summary notes, practice exam questions and detailed solutions, exam-style scenarios, revision checklists, examination advice and a glossary of terms, students can use this book as an important revision tool for the end-of-year examination. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand. Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing. Rachael Whittle has been a physical education teacher for many years. She is involved with the VCAA in assessment and curriculum development.
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A+ Physical Education Notes VCE Units 3 &4

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A+ Phys Ed Notes Units 3 & 4 is written in line with the latest VCE Physical Education Study Design and is a comprehensive companion for students studying VCE Physical Education at Units 3 & 4. The notes are designed to both supplement class work and provide informative wider reading for students. In addition, key application examples are included, that allow students to draw links between the theory covered in classrooms and ‘real world’ settings. With comprehensive summary notes, practice exam questions and detailed solutions, exam-style scenarios, revision checklists, examination advice and a glossary of terms, students can use this book as an important revision tool for the end-of-year examination. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand. Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing. Rachael Whittle has been a physical education teacher for many years. She is involved with the VCAA in assessment and curriculum development.
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Nelson Fit For Life for AC 7&8 SB WB Value Pack

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Fit for Life: Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum has been explicitly aligned with the revised Australian curriculum: Health and PE and brings a practical and inquiry-based approach to the subject. Emphasis has been placed on ensuring the health and wellbeing, and respectful relationships content is up-to-date and reflects best practices in an increasingly prominent area of the curriculum. The Fit for Life Workbook is designed to complement the student textbook for Fit for Life: Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum. It provides multiple entry points for students as they evaluate their personal strategies to improve health, analyse health information, and guides them through the application and inquiry of key skills. An emphasis on starter activities and highly scaffolded opportunities for self-analysis and self-reflection makes the workbook an indispensable part of your teaching toolkit. This product includes Nelson MindTap. NMT products are not for individual use, they are for adoption, class set or book hire. Nelson MindTap is teacher-led courseware and requires an active course for access. This is a student activation code that can only be used to access a Nelson MindTap course as part of a school’s adoption. A book/code purchase for our Fit for Life (2 year) NMT products gives students an access code that permits entry into 2 courses for both years of their study, no additional purchase is required. Students do not need to re-register their access code when progressing from a Year 7 to Year 8 course. Teachers can manually register them into a Year 8 course or guide them through the self-registration steps below. Student steps for Year 8 course self-registration: - Login to their Student account - Select Add Course - Search the Year 8 course key supplied by their teacher, then Register for Course:

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

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Nelson Fit For Life for AC 7&8 SB WB Value Pack

$90.95
Fit for Life: Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum has been explicitly aligned with the revised Australian curriculum: Health and PE and brings a practical and inquiry-based approach to the subject. Emphasis has been placed on ensuring the health and wellbeing, and respectful relationships content is up-to-date and reflects best practices in an increasingly prominent area of the curriculum. The Fit for Life Workbook is designed to complement the student textbook for Fit for Life: Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum. It provides multiple entry points for students as they evaluate their personal strategies to improve health, analyse health information, and guides them through the application and inquiry of key skills. An emphasis on starter activities and highly scaffolded opportunities for self-analysis and self-reflection makes the workbook an indispensable part of your teaching toolkit. This product includes Nelson MindTap. NMT products are not for individual use, they are for adoption, class set or book hire. Nelson MindTap is teacher-led courseware and requires an active course for access. This is a student activation code that can only be used to access a Nelson MindTap course as part of a school’s adoption. A book/code purchase for our Fit for Life (2 year) NMT products gives students an access code that permits entry into 2 courses for both years of their study, no additional purchase is required. Students do not need to re-register their access code when progressing from a Year 7 to Year 8 course. Teachers can manually register them into a Year 8 course or guide them through the self-registration steps below. Student steps for Year 8 course self-registration: - Login to their Student account - Select Add Course - Search the Year 8 course key supplied by their teacher, then Register for Course:

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

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Nelson Fit For Life for AC 9&10 SB WB Value Pack

$90.95

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

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Nelson Fit For Life for AC 9&10 SB WB Value Pack

$90.95

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

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Nelson Fit For Life Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum Levels 7 and 8 workbook

$33.95

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

  • Multiple entry points for students as they evaluate their personal strategies to improve health, analyse health information, and guides them through the application and inquiry of key skills.
  • Starter activities and highly scaffolded opportunities for self-analysis and self-reflection makes the workbook an indispensable part of your teaching toolkit.
  • Icons throughout each student textbook chapter indicate wherever a workbook activity is available.
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Nelson Fit For Life Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum Levels 7 and 8 workbook

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Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

  • Multiple entry points for students as they evaluate their personal strategies to improve health, analyse health information, and guides them through the application and inquiry of key skills.
  • Starter activities and highly scaffolded opportunities for self-analysis and self-reflection makes the workbook an indispensable part of your teaching toolkit.
  • Icons throughout each student textbook chapter indicate wherever a workbook activity is available.
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Nelson Fit For Life Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum Levels 7 and 8 Student Book

$72.95

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

  • Learning objectives: listed on each chapter opener in clear, accessible language
  • Wellbeing check-in activities: developed with Clinical Psychologist Dr David Bakker from MoodMission. Each activity introduces students to a specific strategy, based on scientific research, that is designed to improve their wellbeing.
  • Investigations: scaffold research topics and experiments and allow students to conduct their own investigation into a topic. Students practise their data analysis skills and how to present results.
  • Case studies: create authentic connections between Health & Physical Education knowledge and real-world applications. Feature perspectives from diverse social and cultural groups, including First Nations peoples.
  • Face to face: activities designed to be completed in pairs or groups, and provide opportunities for debate and collaboration and improved teamwork skills. Students explore different movement skills and practise games and sports.
  • Fast facts: short bites of information and data that are designed to engage and interest students while building knowledge and creating real-world connections.
  • Review, reflect, extend activities provide differentiated summary questions to review student knowledge and explore topics further. Chapter reviews: questions ranging in complexity to further build knowledge and help apply concepts.
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Nelson Fit For Life Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum Levels 7 and 8 Student Book

$72.95

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

  • Learning objectives: listed on each chapter opener in clear, accessible language
  • Wellbeing check-in activities: developed with Clinical Psychologist Dr David Bakker from MoodMission. Each activity introduces students to a specific strategy, based on scientific research, that is designed to improve their wellbeing.
  • Investigations: scaffold research topics and experiments and allow students to conduct their own investigation into a topic. Students practise their data analysis skills and how to present results.
  • Case studies: create authentic connections between Health & Physical Education knowledge and real-world applications. Feature perspectives from diverse social and cultural groups, including First Nations peoples.
  • Face to face: activities designed to be completed in pairs or groups, and provide opportunities for debate and collaboration and improved teamwork skills. Students explore different movement skills and practise games and sports.
  • Fast facts: short bites of information and data that are designed to engage and interest students while building knowledge and creating real-world connections.
  • Review, reflect, extend activities provide differentiated summary questions to review student knowledge and explore topics further. Chapter reviews: questions ranging in complexity to further build knowledge and help apply concepts.
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Nelson Fit For Life Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum Levels 9 and 10 Student Book

$72.95

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

  • Learning objectives: listed on each chapter opener in clear, accessible language
  • Wellbeing check-in activities: developed with Clinical Psychologist Dr David Bakker from MoodMission. Each activity introduces students to a specific strategy, based on scientific research, that is designed to improve their wellbeing.
  • Case studies: create authentic connections between Health & Physical Education knowledge and real-world applications. Feature perspectives from diverse social and cultural groups, including First Nations peoples.
  • Face to face: activities designed to be completed in pairs or groups, and provide opportunities for debate and collaboration and improved teamwork skills. Students explore different movement skills and practise games and sports.
  • Fast facts: short bites of information and data that are designed to engage and interest students while building knowledge and creating real-world connections.
  • Review, reflect, extend activities provide differentiated summary questions to review student knowledge and explore topics further. Chapter reviews: questions ranging in complexity to further build knowledge and help apply concepts.
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Nelson Fit For Life Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum Levels 9 and 10 Student Book

$72.95

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

  • Learning objectives: listed on each chapter opener in clear, accessible language
  • Wellbeing check-in activities: developed with Clinical Psychologist Dr David Bakker from MoodMission. Each activity introduces students to a specific strategy, based on scientific research, that is designed to improve their wellbeing.
  • Case studies: create authentic connections between Health & Physical Education knowledge and real-world applications. Feature perspectives from diverse social and cultural groups, including First Nations peoples.
  • Face to face: activities designed to be completed in pairs or groups, and provide opportunities for debate and collaboration and improved teamwork skills. Students explore different movement skills and practise games and sports.
  • Fast facts: short bites of information and data that are designed to engage and interest students while building knowledge and creating real-world connections.
  • Review, reflect, extend activities provide differentiated summary questions to review student knowledge and explore topics further. Chapter reviews: questions ranging in complexity to further build knowledge and help apply concepts.
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Nelson Fit For Life Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum Levels 9 and 10 workbook

$33.95

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

  • Multiple entry points for students as they evaluate their personal strategies to improve health, analyse health information, and guides them through the application and inquiry of key skills.
  • Starter activities and highly scaffolded opportunities for self-analysis and self-reflection makes the workbook an indispensable part of your teaching toolkit.
  • Icons throughout each student textbook chapter indicate wherever a workbook activity is available.
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Nelson Fit For Life Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum Levels 9 and 10 workbook

$33.95

Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand.

Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.

Claire Stonehouse lectures at Deakin University in Health Education, Student Wellbeing and Sexuality Education in both primary and secondary pre-service education. Claire has worked in many sectors of the community, and has experience writing curricula and educating young people. Her areas of interest include: sexuality education; the educational impact that parents have on their children; and opening up conversations about mental health.

Lee Anton-Hem has over 20 years' experience as a physical education specialist. She currently lectures at RMIT University, Victoria and teaches part-time in schools.

Dr Dean Dudley is a former Health and Physical Education Head Teacher and Director of Sport and now works as a physical education academic at Macquarie University. He is Senior Lecturer and Researcher of Health and Physical Education at Macquarie University, as well as Vice President (Oceania) of the International Federation of Physical Education and Chief Examiner (Personal Development, Health, and Physical Education) for the NSW Board of Studies and Teacher Education Standards. Dean was Expert Consultant on the Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policymakers published by UNESCO in 2015. His research is focused on the assessment and reporting of physical education and the development of observed learning outcomes pertaining to physical literacy.

Sam Watkins has taught physical, health and outdoor education, in both Melbourne and Perth. He currently teaches at Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Western Australia.

Emmé Wild has been involved in curriculum planning and writing for the School Curriculum and Standards Authority in Western Australia. Emmé is currently Head of Sport at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, Western Australia.

  • Multiple entry points for students as they evaluate their personal strategies to improve health, analyse health information, and guides them through the application and inquiry of key skills.
  • Starter activities and highly scaffolded opportunities for self-analysis and self-reflection makes the workbook an indispensable part of your teaching toolkit.
  • Icons throughout each student textbook chapter indicate wherever a workbook activity is available.
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Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 1 & 2 (Student Book with 4 Access Codes)

$79.95
This new edition of Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 1 & 2 is written to exactly match the new Study Design. With a well-known and trusted author team, this authoritative resource is presented in a clear and concise manner, and illustrated throughout with diagrams and photos. *Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book and workbook as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your education consultant for access codes and conditions. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing. Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand. Rachael Whittle has been a physical education teacher for many years. She is involved with the VCAA in assessment and curriculum development. Paul Seery currently teaches at Bendigo Senior Secondary College where he is a Student Coordinator. Paul was a member of the VCE Physical Education review board that developed the 2006 Study Design. He is a regular presenter for ACHPER and has been involved in projects for the VCAA. He has also worked in the sports fitness industry, designing and implementing elite sports programs. Mark Corrie runs one of the largest physical education teacher networks in Victoria, aimed at sharing resources with teachers across the state. He has been a VCAA Physical Education exam assessor for the past 16 years. FEATURES
  • Exactly matches the new Study Design
  • Written in a clear and concise manner
  • A highly visual design with clear diagrams, graphs and tables
  • Real-life contemporary case studies
  • Many practical activities.
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Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 1 & 2 (Student Book with 4 Access Codes)

$79.95
This new edition of Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 1 & 2 is written to exactly match the new Study Design. With a well-known and trusted author team, this authoritative resource is presented in a clear and concise manner, and illustrated throughout with diagrams and photos. *Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book and workbook as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your education consultant for access codes and conditions. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing. Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand. Rachael Whittle has been a physical education teacher for many years. She is involved with the VCAA in assessment and curriculum development. Paul Seery currently teaches at Bendigo Senior Secondary College where he is a Student Coordinator. Paul was a member of the VCE Physical Education review board that developed the 2006 Study Design. He is a regular presenter for ACHPER and has been involved in projects for the VCAA. He has also worked in the sports fitness industry, designing and implementing elite sports programs. Mark Corrie runs one of the largest physical education teacher networks in Victoria, aimed at sharing resources with teachers across the state. He has been a VCAA Physical Education exam assessor for the past 16 years. FEATURES
  • Exactly matches the new Study Design
  • Written in a clear and concise manner
  • A highly visual design with clear diagrams, graphs and tables
  • Real-life contemporary case studies
  • Many practical activities.
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Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 3&4 (Student Book and 4 Access Codes)

$79.95
This new edition of Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 3 & 4 is written to exactly match the new Study Design. With a well-known and trusted author team, this authoritative resource is presented in a clear and concise manner, and illustrated throughout with diagrams and photos. *Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book and workbook as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your education consultant for access codes and conditions. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand. Paul Seery currently teaches at Bendigo Senior Secondary College where he is a Student Coordinator. Paul was a member of the VCE Physical Education review board that developed the 2006 Study Design. He is a regular presenter for ACHPER and has been involved in projects for the VCAA. He has also worked in the sports fitness industry, designing and implementing elite sports programs. Rachael Whittle has been a physical education teacher for many years. She is involved with the VCAA in assessment and curriculum development. Mark Corrie runs one of the largest physical education teacher networks in Victoria, aimed at sharing resources with teachers across the state. He has been a VCAA Physical Education exam assessor for the past 16 years. Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing. FEATURES
  • Exactly matches the new Study Design
  • Written in a clear and concise manner
  • A highly visual design with clear diagrams, graphs and tables
  • Real-life contemporary case studies
  • Numerous practical activities.
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Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 3&4 (Student Book and 4 Access Codes)

$79.95
This new edition of Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 3 & 4 is written to exactly match the new Study Design. With a well-known and trusted author team, this authoritative resource is presented in a clear and concise manner, and illustrated throughout with diagrams and photos. *Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book and workbook as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your education consultant for access codes and conditions. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand. Paul Seery currently teaches at Bendigo Senior Secondary College where he is a Student Coordinator. Paul was a member of the VCE Physical Education review board that developed the 2006 Study Design. He is a regular presenter for ACHPER and has been involved in projects for the VCAA. He has also worked in the sports fitness industry, designing and implementing elite sports programs. Rachael Whittle has been a physical education teacher for many years. She is involved with the VCAA in assessment and curriculum development. Mark Corrie runs one of the largest physical education teacher networks in Victoria, aimed at sharing resources with teachers across the state. He has been a VCAA Physical Education exam assessor for the past 16 years. Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing. FEATURES
  • Exactly matches the new Study Design
  • Written in a clear and concise manner
  • A highly visual design with clear diagrams, graphs and tables
  • Real-life contemporary case studies
  • Numerous practical activities.
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Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 3&4 Peak Performance Workbook

$29.95
This new edition of the popular Peak Performance workbook provides complete coverage of examinable content from the VCE Study Design. It includes multiple-choice, short answer and extended answer questions for valuable end-of-year exam practice. It includes past VCAA exam questions and strategies students can use to tackle difficult questions. *Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book and workbook as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your education consultant for access codes and conditions. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand. Paul Seery currently teaches at Bendigo Senior Secondary College where he is a Student Coordinator. Paul was a member of the VCE Physical Education review board that developed the 2006 Study Design. He is a regular presenter for ACHPER and has been involved in projects for the VCAA. He has also worked in the sports fitness industry, designing and implementing elite sports programs. Mark Corrie runs one of the largest physical education teacher networks in Victoria, aimed at sharing resources with teachers across the state. He has been a VCAA Physical Education exam assessor for the past 16 years. Rachael Whittle has been a physical education teacher for many years. She is involved with the VCAA in assessment and curriculum development. Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.
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Nelson Physical Education VCE Units 3&4 Peak Performance Workbook

$29.95
This new edition of the popular Peak Performance workbook provides complete coverage of examinable content from the VCE Study Design. It includes multiple-choice, short answer and extended answer questions for valuable end-of-year exam practice. It includes past VCAA exam questions and strategies students can use to tackle difficult questions. *Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book and workbook as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your education consultant for access codes and conditions. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Robert Malpeli teaches at The Knox School, Victoria. He has been a leading light in senior physical education for over 25 years and his texts and resources are used in Victoria, Western Australia and New Zealand. Paul Seery currently teaches at Bendigo Senior Secondary College where he is a Student Coordinator. Paul was a member of the VCE Physical Education review board that developed the 2006 Study Design. He is a regular presenter for ACHPER and has been involved in projects for the VCAA. He has also worked in the sports fitness industry, designing and implementing elite sports programs. Mark Corrie runs one of the largest physical education teacher networks in Victoria, aimed at sharing resources with teachers across the state. He has been a VCAA Physical Education exam assessor for the past 16 years. Rachael Whittle has been a physical education teacher for many years. She is involved with the VCAA in assessment and curriculum development. Amanda Telford is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at RMIT University. Previously a Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) and Associate Dean (Education), Amanda has more than a decade of experience as a Program Director of the Health and Physical Education degrees at both RMIT University and Federation University. She has also had experience as a company director of an organisation consisting of a network of more than 4500 health and physical educators. Amanda has exceptionally strong links with industry across the education, sport and health communities and sectors. She has been an advisor for state and federal governments within health and physical education and a State examiner. Amanda has won numerous teaching awards in addition to being co-author on multiple national award winning educational textbooks. She has a strong background in learning and teaching and is known for her vision to provide leadership to the teaching profession for both pre- and in-service teachers in Australia. Her research focus examines the influence of family, teachers, pedagogies and school environments on youth physical activity behaviour and wellbeing.
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