331

Attendees

156

Schools and Organizations

30

Countries

#APPEC17

2017 Keynotes

Dr. Stephen Harvey

Associate Professor
Instructional Methods
Ohio University

Dr. Dawn Penney

Professorial Research Fellow
Edith Cowan University
Adjunct Professor
Monash University

Adam Llevo

PhysEd Consultant

Dr. Doug Gleddie

Associate Professor
Department of Education
University of Alberta

Dr. Shane Pill

Associate Professor
School of Education
Flinders University

David Bott

Head of Positive Education
Geelong Grammar School

Dr. Gary Kinchin

Associate Professor of Physical Education in the Southampton Education School at the University of Southampton

Mel Hamada

PE Teacher

2017 Partners

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Exibitor

2017 Conference Themes

Pedagogy & Curriculum

Practical and theoretical approaches to PE

Specialist Content Areas

Exploring emerging areas of interest in PhysEd

WELLNESS

Going beyond the physicalities in Sport

SPORTS & COACHING

A closer look at athletic management & coaching

TECHNOLOGY IN PE

Leveraging apps and devices for development, performance, & fitness

Not sure the technical term for saying “you killed it”, but you guys killed it (which is as positive as a comment I can give). Was an amazing experience head to toe, our presentation went well, thanks for being there every step of the way.


Ty RiddickDelia School of Canada, Hong Kong
Sending out an abundance of gratitude for a stellar run event. Still feeling effervescent from all the energy and inspiration shared last weekend. Thank you very much to all involved in making it a well run top notch event. Thrive and shine on. With a warm embrace,


Neila Steele

“I thought it was the best conference for PE that I’ve been to, it was really well organised and run, the presenters were excellent and the range of activities and workshops that were offered to us was outstanding. I have come away with so many new ideas to share and try out at my school, and it has left me feeling inspired to go back and do what I do better!”

Laura DaviesLanna International School, Thailand

“It was a great conference and as a first time presenter I was made to feel comfortable and supported through the whole process. The conference was set up for great networking and a relaxed atmosphere for easy learning and many practical take aways.”

Stacey GriffithsSt. Maur International School, Japan

A fantastic conference! Loved the junk trip. Everyone should do that! Thank for all the hard work your committee put into organizing.

Alison LeathwoodSaigon South International School, Vietnam

A fantastic weekend. It was a real pleasure to get together with like minded professionals from around our region. The only thing I wish was that I could split myself into three so I could attend all the workshops I wanted to!

Tom WilliamsWuhan Yangtze International School, China

I thought it was the best conference for PE that I’ve been to, it was really well organised and run, the presenters were excellent and the range of activities and workshops that were offered to us was outstanding. I have come away with so many new ideas to share and try out at my school, and it has left me feeling inspired to go back and do what I do better!

Laura DaviesLanna International School, Thailand

I have had the most amazing time here!!!!! Thank you to everyone! 

Andrew BoothNorthern Bay College, Australia

It was a great experience. It is impossible to not love this conference! See you next year! 

Mike AnnamariaKang Chiao International School, China

This is my third time attending APPEC and my approach to teaching and learning has changed considerably because of the conference. There are things I have learned at APPEC that I NEVER came across during my undergraduate PE degree.

Matt WasherOsaka YMCA International School, Japan

APPEC has that not only taught me to make P.E lessons fun, but also to provide quality physed lessons to help students to achieve their learning. Will + ways = achievement. 

Nguyen Van PhoUnited Nations International School of Hanoi, Vietnam

APPEC has broadened my exposure to current “best practice” and changed some paradigms for me. Especially in relation to how we teach sport units (game sense, etc.) and how we can enhance and develop TPSR. 

Bruce ComrieSekolah Pelita Harapan Lippo Village, Indonesia

APPEC has provided me with reminders for lots of approaches to vary teaching, and instructional styles and models. Encouragement to try different things ‘out of the comfort zone’ 

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