Active Outcomes 1 PDHPE Stage 4, Second Edition provides an invative way of structuring learning by solving key challenges: How can students of all abilities become engaged in their learning and motivated about becoming healthy and active? How can current, real-world PDHPE examples be brought into the classroom? KEY FEATURES ? Complete coverage of the PDHPE syllabus, broken down into key concept units that are presented as highly digestible, lesson-based sections ? An Engage panel at the start of each section that features weblinks, interactivities, worksheets or questions to promote discussion and engagement ? An activity-focused section for each lesson to ensure there is ?learning from doing' ? Check & challenge questions for each section, and a summary and review questions at the end of every chapter Active Outcomes 1, Second Edition eBookPLUS is an digital-only version of the textbook and a complementary set of targeted digital resources. These flexible and engaging ICT activities are available online at the JacarandaPLUS website (www.jacplus.com.au). The eBookPLUS includes: ? ProjectsPLUS - unique ICT-based projects that use an invative research management system featuring media, templates and video introductions ? Video eLessons to bring PDHPE activities to life ? Interactivities to enhance each student's understanding through hands-on experience ? Online worksheets designed in Microsoft Word for easy customisation and editing ? Weblinks to online resources
Ron Ruskin is an established and respected PDHPE teacher with several active roles anqualifications in sports coaching and examining. Now retired head teacher of PDHPE at Northmead High School, Ron maintains a particular interest and involvement in basketball, touch football and golf, and in aquatics as a former examiner for the Royal Lifesaving Society - Australia. He has also been a senior marker of the HSC for the NSW Board of Studies and has worked on the HSC advice line. Ron has written and produced other specialist texts and technology products, such as Basketball Fundamentals and the Body Systems CD-ROM. Kim Proctor is currently a Chief Education Officer with the NSW Department of Education and Training. She has worked in a diverse range of roles within education, including as a PDHPE head teacher, PDHPE consultant, coordinator for Student Health in NSW and a leader of stategic projects. Kim has vast experience in working in and with schools to develop and implement quality teaching programs in PDHPE and school-wide policies that support student health and wellbeing. She has specific experience in sexual health education, anti-discrimination education, inclusive teaching practices and community health issues. She is the co-author of a number of PDHPE textbooks.