|1.||Review curriculum materials and resources in order to identify approaches and strategies that support children's learning in the areas of health, physical activity and psychosocial well-being.|
|2.||Design health education focused activities that draw on a range of teaching strategies to cater for the diversity of children's interests and capabilities;|
|3.||Collaboratively examine a range of frameworks for health promotion at the early and middle years of childhood;|
|4.||Appraise community-based approaches to health and wellbeing and potential partnerships between educational settings and the community; and|
|5.||Develop activities that foster children's engagement in physical activity|
|Report||Develop a plan for health promotion in an educational setting that links to community programs and resources.||30%|
|Presentation||Utilise a range of pedagogies to engage in micro-teaching of movement skills to children.||40%|
|Portfolio||Compilation of personal and professional learning resources and evaluations.||30%|
Health and physical education. preparing educators for the future. 3rd
Callcott D, Miller J and Wilson-Gahan S. 2018
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
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