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 12/02/2021

International

Asia Education Foundation-Health and Physical Education

AEF's Health and Physical Education resources ensure opportunity to know and understand Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia. Through rich collection of resource lists and links, teachers and school leaders are supported in their efforts to implement a Health & Physical Education curriculum that builds students' Asia capabilities.

International Association for Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP)

AIESEP is an international, non-governmental, non-profit, professional association which aims to promote high quality research worldwide in the areas of physical education, physical activity and sport pedagogy across the lifespan.  AIESEP is multilingual, multicultural and comprises universities, colleges, institutions and individual members from across the globe.


European Physical Education Association(EUPEA)

EUPEA is a non-profit and Non-Governmental professional Organisation of national PE Associations. EUPEA promotes PE and School Sport in Europe by working with appropriate Governmental and Non-Governmental Organisations and individual experts andprofessionals.

European College of Sport Science

(ECSS)Non-profit scientific organisation devoted to the promotion and dissemination of multi-and interdisciplinary research in sport and exercise science. Founded in Nice, France in 1995, we have established ourselves as the leading sport science community in Europe, with a truly international demographic.

International Association of Physical Education and Sport For Girls And Women (IAPESGW)

Through publications, global events, collaboration with other global organizations such as UNESCO, the United Nations and many others, IAPESGW is a key contributor to policies and actions around the world that ensure women and girls have access to physical education, sport and dance — as athletes, scholars and researchers.

Online Physical Education Network

The OPEN Priority Learning Outcomes for Physical Education provide instructional focus through the lens of 4 umbrella standards and 16 instructional strands with 1 grade-level outcome per strand. This means that physical educators can now focus their planning to help students meet 16 learning outcomes per year with a clear focus on teaching the value of physical activity for good physical, emotional and mental health. All of OPEN’s 2020-2021 curriculum modules focus on this set of priority learning outcomes.

PE Pulse Network

The PE Pulse Network aims to increase the quality of physical education and sport being delivered in schools. We do this by providing professional development opportunities for sporting officers and educators and by promoting events, programs and services within the local ACT community

 President's Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition (PCSFN) (USA)
The President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition (PCSFN) is a federal advisory committee supported by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) that works to increase sports participation among youth of all backgrounds and abilities and to promote healthy and active lifestyles for all Americans.
https://www.hhs.gov/fitness/resource-center/index.html 

Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America

SHAPE America – Society of Health and Physical Educators serves as the voice for 200,000+ health and physical education professionals across the United States. The organization’s extensive community includes a diverse membership of health and physical educators, as well as advocates, supporters, and 50+ state affiliate organizations. SHAPE America envisions a nation where all children are prepared to lead healthy, physically active lives through health and physical education.
https://www.shapeamerica.org


UNESCO - Sport-Education Partnership
The Sport-Education Partnership framework is impact-oriented and aims at creating transformative behaviourial- and systems-based change, starting with schools. The first step for this was taken with the creation of UNESCO’s Quality Physical Education (QPE) Policy Package, which practically supports governments develop inclusive child-centered physical education policy.

Promoting Quality Physical Education Policy.

Quality Physical Education (QPE) represents active, inclusive, peer-led learning. A tailored QPE programme supports students to develop the physical, social and emotional skills which define self-confident and socially responsible citizens.

https://en.unesco.org/themes/sport-and-anti-doping/sports-education/qpe

Oceania

The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Inc. (ACHPER)
The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Inc. (ACHPER) is the leading professional association representing teachers and other professionals working in the fields of health and physical education. We are a member based, not-for-profit organisation with a significant profile.
https://www.achper.org.au/
ACHPER's role in advocacy involves:
Australian Curriculum
ACHPER has been closely involved in discussions and meetings with ACARA and contributed significant feedback from the States/Territories and National to inform the discussions on the HPE Curriculum.
Australian Professional Standards for Teachers
ACHPER has been involved in the development and consultation process of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, as well as the development of online support materials for teachers seeking to enhance their careers through professional learning programs.
Active and Healthy Schools Committee
ACHPER is pleased to support the Active and Healthy Schools Committee (AHSC). The overall role of the AHSC is to assist in advancing ACHPER's engagement with health education communities relevant to the Health and Physical Education, Recreation and Sport fields and professional contexts, and to thereby support work aligned with ACHPER's identified strategic priorities
https://www.achper.org.au/advocacy/advocacy

International Federation of Physical Education (FIEP) (OCEANIA)
This is a network of a number of countries in Oceania which aims to network and share information which is relevant to their needs.
Current membership consists of appointed delegates in Fiji, Samoa, American Samoa, Tonga, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Cook Islands, Australia and New Zealand. The delegates were either nominated by their Ministry of Education, Teachers College, College of Education or professional association of physical education

Physical Education New Zealand (PENZ) – Te Ao Kori Aotearoa
PENZ is a professional non-profit organisation and incorporated society for people interested in promoting quality physical education.
PENZ actively promotes and develops physical education within New Zealand for teachers and students. The organisation also supports educators and others within the sector by providing opportunities for people to develop knowledge and understanding about all aspects of physical education.
https://penz.org.nz/

Primary school resources | Sport New Zealand - Ihi Aotearoa
Practical information and resources for Primary and Intermediate schools to develop a culture of physical activity.
Sport New Zealand believes that physical education (PE), physical activity and sport are essential for a child to be happy and healthy in their life now and for years to come. https://sportnz.org.nz/resources/primary-school-resources/
https://sportnz.org.nz/

Fiji Islands

University of the South Pacific
Physical Education programs at University of the South Pacific (USP)
University of The South pacific offers Physical Education Bachelor degree Program.
The courses are grounded in the Pacific cultural experience and will also draw on the latest regional and international research, policy and practice. The curriculum is underpinned by the concept of physical literacy which is all about developing knowledge and behaviours that give children the motivation and confidence to enjoy active lifestyles.

Fiji National University (FNU)
Fiji National University offers Certificate in Sports Science  and Bachelor of Education (Secondary) (Physical Education & Art and Craft / Music )
The purpose of this programme is to provide professional knowledge for teaching and learning so that participants develop and expand lesson preparation
skills, as well as teaching, training, research and general administrative competencies.
https://programmes.fnu.ac.fj/Files/201712916114BEd_Secondary_PE_ART_091217.pdf


Fiji PEMAC Teachers Association
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1704686826257873Physical education grouping of teachers in Fiji

University of Guam

The program of study is Physical Education / School Health. The program is designed to prepare teacher candidates at the undergraduate level for entry into the field of physical education and health for grades 6-12University offers Bachelor of Science in Physical Education.

Ministries of Education and Sports

Cook islands 

Ministry Of Education Cook Islands 

Fiji 

Ministry of Youth and Sports 

Fiji Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts

Guam  

Guam Department of Education

Kiribati 

Women, Youth, Sport & Social Affairs  

Ministry of Education  

Nauru

Sports Development Inc. (NSDI)

Department of Education  

Niue 

Justice & Community Affairs  

Ministry of education

Palau

Ministry of Community & Cultural Affairs (Bureau of Youth, Sports, & Recreation)

Ministry of Education 

Papua New Guinea

Department of Education

Samoa

Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture

Republic of the Marshall Islands  

Ministry of Education Sports and Training Public School System

Solomon Islands 

Ministry of Home Affairs

MEHRD Ministry of Education & Human Resources 

Tuvalu

Ministry of Education Youth and Sports

Tuvalu Ministry of Education  

Vanuatu  

Vanuatu Ministry of Youth and Sports Development

Ministry of Education and Training

      

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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