- International overview: PE assessment policy and enactment.
- Accountability and policy: proving that PE works?
- Instructional alignment: the guiding principle?
- Assessment for learning: The holy grail?
- Assessment in PETE: how do we prepare the teachers of the future?
- Technology and Assessment: 21st century PE skills?
The aim of the specialist seminar is ultimately to draw up a AIESEP Position Statement on PE Assessment based on the input at the seminar. Therefore, a substantial part of the program will be devoted to various forms of thematic expert group discussion.
|11.45 - 12.45||Registration & Lunch|
|13.00 - 13.30||Opening|
|13.30 - 14.30||Keynote by Prof. Dr. Jacalyn Lund|
|14.30 - 15.00||Coffee & Tea break|
|15.00 - 17.00||International overview: PE assessment policy and enactment: various speakers|
|17.15 - 19.00||Accountability & Policy: Proving that PE works? Mini-keynote introduction by Prof. Dr. Dawn Penney followed by interactive discussion sessions|
|08.30 - 10.30||Instructional Alignment: The Guiding Principle? Mini-keynote introduction by Prof. Dr. Ann MacPhail followed by interactive discussion sessions|
|10.30 - 11.00||Coffee & Tea break|
|11.00 - 13.30||Presentations of research studies, projects and initiatives on assessment in PE and PETE.|
|13.30 - 14.30||Lunch / Activity break|
|14.30 - 16.30||Assessment for learning: The Holy Grail? Mini-keynote introduction by Dr. Petter Leirhaug followed by interactive discussion sessions|
|16.45 - 17.45||Plenary session|
|19.00||Diner / Social program|
|09.00 - 11.00||Presentations of research studies, projects and initiatives on assessment in PE and PETE.|
|11.00 - 11.30||Coffee & Tea break|
|11.30 - 13.30||PETE: How do we prepare the Teachers of the Future? Various speakers followed by interactive discussion sessions|
|13.30 - 14.30||Lunch / Activity break|
|14.30 - 16.00||Technology and Assessment: 21st century PE skills?|
|16.00 - 17.00||Wrap up & Closing|
Prof. Dr. Jacalyn Lund
Georgia State University – College of Education & Human Development
Jacalyn Lund is a professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health at Georgia State University. She has written and/or co-authored eight books about assessment, curriculum development and instructional strategies. She has more than 75 refereed publications, innumerable presentations, and has received 11 grants. Lund draws on her 16 years of public school teaching experience while working as a teacher educator. She has been involved with NASPE throughout her career in higher education, beginning with the committee that developed the National Content Standards for Physical Education (1995). She also served as president of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE), the NASPE Assessment Series Editor, a NASPE/NCATE Adjudicator, and a NASPE PIPEline clinician. In 2013, she was inducted into the NASPE Hall of Fame.
Lund is a fellow of the North American Society (NAS) of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD), a fellow of the Research Consortium of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD), and a recipient of the 2009 NASPE Presidential Recognition award. In 2010, Lund was a member of the committee to develop health and physical education standards for P-12 teachers for the Georgia Professional Standards Committee and in 2008-2009, she served as chair of the Committee to Develop Physical Education Standards for the state of Georgia. Lund’s areas of interest include assessment (measuring dispositions in teacher candidates), curriculum development and teacher effectiveness.
Presentations: International overview: PE assessment policy and enactment
USA Prof. Dr. Hans van der Mars (Arizona State University, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College)
Netherlands Dr. Lars Borghouts (Fontys University of Applied Scienes, School of Sports Studies)
Spain Prof. Dr. Victor Lopéz Pastor (Facultad de Educación de Segovia)
Belgium Dr. Peter Iserbyt (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
Sweden Dr. Lena Svennberg (University of Gävle, Department of Health and Caring Sciences)
Ireland Dr. John Halbert (Acting Deputy Chief Executive at the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment)
Australia Dr. Amanda Mooney (Deakin University, Faculty of Arts and Education)
Accountability & Policy: Proving that PE works?
Mini-keynote introduction by Prof. Dr. Dawn Penney followed by interactive discussion sessions
Prof. Dr. Dawn Penney
Edith Cowan University, School of Education
Dawn is a professorial research fellow in the School of Education, leading research project developments addressing quality and equity in health and physical education, physical activity and sport.
Dawn has held senior positions in universities in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. She is an Adjunct Professor of Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy at Monash University and an Honorary visiting research fellow with Loughborough University, UK. Dawn has worked with government agencies, curriculum authorities, schools and sport organisations in collaborative research and evaluation projects addressing policy and curriculum development in health and physical education, and the provision of physical activity and sport for young people. Dawn’s experience beyond universities includes sport development and coach education.
Instructional alignment: The Guiding Principle?
Mini-keynote introduction by Prof. Dr. Ann MacPhailfollowed by interactive discussion sessions
Prof. Dr. Ann MacPhail
University of Limerick, Physical Education and Sport Sciences
Ann MacPhail joined the Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences in September 2002 and is currently the Head of the Department. Prior to joining the department, Ann was a Research Associate at Loughborough University for over three years. She has a B.Ed (First Class Honours) Physical Education Degree from Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh and a Ph.D. from the University of Glasgow. Ann is Associate Editor for the journal Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy and a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. Ann is also Associate Editor Revista Pedagogica ADAL / ADAL Pedagogy Journal.
Ann's main research and teaching interests revolve around (physical education) teacher education, curriculum development in physical education, teaching, learning and assessment issues within school physical education, curriculum and instructional models, methodological issues in working with young people and ethnography. Ann is Co-Director of the Physical Education, Physical activity and Youth Sport Research Centre (PE-PAYS) Ireland at the University of Limerick (www.pepaysireland.ie). Ann is Associate Editor for the journal Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy and a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. Ann is also Associate Editor Revista Pedagogica ADAL / ADAL Pedagogy Journal.
Assessment for learning: The Holy Grail?
Mini-keynote introduction by Dr. Petter Leirhaugfollowed by interactive discussion sessions
Dr. Petter Erik Leirhaug
Petter E. Leirhaug is an associate professor of Physical Education, Outdoor Pedagogy and Sport Sciences at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL), Norway. His teaching and research interests revolve around assessment and learning in physical education, outdoor education/friluftsliv, curriculum development and teacher education. He has a Ph.D. about assessment forlearning in physical education from the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Oslo. Leirhaug leads the research group ‘Learning in Physical Education and Friluftsliv(Outdoor Education)’.
Before becoming a teacher educator from 2008, he has ten years of experience as physical education teacher including all levels from primary to upper secondary schools in Norway. He has also worked with Friluftsliv(Outdoor education) in Folk high school and at Outdoor Adventure Centres. Engaged by the authorities, Leirhaug has worked with evaluation projects and national physical education curriculum development. He led the group that work out guidelines for physical education teacher education when the new Norwegian teacher education was split into two main paths, with one particularly for primary teacher education (Years 1-7).
PETE: How do we prepare the Teachers of the Future?
Prof. Dr. Miriam Seyda (Germany)
Gwen Weeldenburg / Dr. Menno Slingerland (Netherlands)
More info coming soon.