Celebrating Physical Education at Flinders

From 8 to 12 November, Physical Education Week celebrates physical activity and highlights the importance of quality physical education teaching and programs.

As the sport and fitness industries rapidly grow, our people continue to adapt, so that the next generation of physical education students can learn the latest, best practice techniques and methods to educate others into the future.

Introducing Flinders University community members specialising in physical education…

Associate Professor Shane Pill

Shane Pill
Associate Professor, Flinders University

A leading academic in sports education, Associate Professor Pill has adapted to modern teaching techniques and resources by embracing the use of technology to enrich learning and empower both students and staff.

“While the principles of teaching for effective learning remain the same, the possibility for anytime, anywhere, and just-in-time learning is now much more accessible and possible because of technology”. Read more

 

Brad Snell (BEd(UP/LS) ’08)

Brad Snell
Alumni – Bachelor of Education

As Head of Curriculum at Wilderness School, Brad Snell loves going to work each day. He counts himself lucky that he has found a career that brings him joy and excitement – and enables him to shape young lives.

“Teaching is such as a privilege and responsibility we should not take lightly.” Read more

 

Bachelor of Education (Primary) student Hannah Griffin

Hannah Griffin
Student – Bachelor of Education

Sport has always been a passion for Flinders University Bachelor of Education (Primary) student Hannah Griffin, who aspires to become a physical education teacher on the back of her coaching and athletic experience. Flinders has provided a positive learning environment and a community that she has embraced with open arms.

“The facilities are excellent and easily located, with very friendly staff who are always willing to help”.  Read more

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