PEAI news November 2015
I hope this update finds you all well at this very busy time of year. With a lot of changes and paradigm shifts in PE in recent months, the PEAI are striving to represent your needs and continue to represent you in many boards and meetings up and down the country. The PEAI are currently planning two major projects which we hope will be up and running in the new year.
We thank you for you valued support and membership, without which the PE teachers in the country would not have a voice.
Thank you again
Please see attached 3 important documents for your viewing.
The active school flag
The active school flag have attached a questionnaire and are looking for feedback on the entry process for 2016. “We are now working to revise the post primary application format with the aim of making it more of a whole school process and including more student led tasks and links with other ongoing projects in the school. We hope to launch the new ASF application process for post primary schools before Easter to allow schools to forward plan for 2015/2016.”
M.Sc Position at the School of Health and Human Performance, Dublin City University
Applications are invited for an MSc position on the ‘Kids Active’ research programme. Kids Active This study will involve the development and evaluation of the ‘Kids Active’ programme, aimed at increasing physical activity participation and improving fundamental movement skill proficiency amongst young children in pre-school settings. The Kids Active programme will involve training pre-school teachers to deliver more physical activity opportunities for young children to develop essential fundamental movement skills, which are recognised as the building blocks for health. Closing date November 30th 2015. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Information and advert attached below.
Teens who lift
Weightlifting Ireland are conducting market Research for Teens Who Lift. A new program with a proposed launch in September 2016. An introduction to Barbell Training for 13-18 yr olds specifically Transition Year carried out by Chris Richards (BSc. Hons in Strength and Conditioning). It would be greatly appreciated if you could take 3 minutes to fill in the “Survey Monkey” survey in order to better understand teachers needs and wants.
Please click here to begin survey Survey Monkey Link