Professional Development Breakfast for Senior Sports and Science Teachers

The Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine invites you to our Professional Development Breakfast for Senior Sports and Science Teachers, which aims to address relevant elements of the 2019 General Senior Syllabus for:

Physical Education

  • Aerobic and anaerobic laboratory testing
  • Force plate testing
  • GPS technology data collection in a team sport
  • Altitude and exercise experience, and recovering strategy experience

Biology

  • Cells and multicellular organisms
  • Maintaining the internal environment
  • Biodiversity and the interconnectedness

Our event hosts

Peter Reaburn is a Professor and Head of Bond University’s Exercise and Sport Science program. He is a former Health and Physical Education teacher and inaugural Regional Sports Officer and founder of North-West Region school sport. Peter will be presenting on the topic: School-University Partnerships in the Physical Education Senior Syllabus. This presentation will introduce a recently developed Bond University School Visits Program focused on Units 1 and 4 of the new Physical Education Senior Syllabus. The program consists of five modules with a workbook for data collection and higher order questions developed with the cooperation of Mr Shane Roberts from Palm Beach-Currumbin State High School’s Physical Education Department.

Dr Lotti Tajouri, Associate Professor and Collaborative Research Network Theme Lead, who will present his research topic: Microbial Contaminated Platforms as Trojan Horses in Hospitals; A High Definition Next Generation DNA Sequencing Raising the Alarm. This presentation will introduce advanced high-tech screening and identification of a plethora of viruses, bacteria, fungi, protists as well as all genes of antibiotic resistance and pathological virulence factors. Attendees will learn about the relevance of Nosocomial risks, the lives around us (invisible either mutualistic or pathogenic), and the vigilant need for hygiene, especially in health care and laboratory settings. Dr Tajouri is Associate Professor in our Biomedical Sciences program and will cover important information on our Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences, relevant to your students.

This event can contribute to 2 hours towards your annual CPD requirements and certificates of attendance will be provided.

Date | Tuesday, 26 November, 2019
Time | 6.30am for 6.45am start - 8.30am
Location | University Club, Building 6, Level 3 (map)

If you have any questions regarding the event please contact [email protected]

Registration