Lynne O'Brien & Natalie Still
B.App.Sci. (Human Movement); Grad. Dip. in Ed.; Grad. Dip. In Mov’t and Dance; Post-Grad. Studies in Ed. Studies (Student Welfare)
Senior Physical Education teacher, Lowther Hall Anglican Girls Grammar
Since studying Exercise Physiology and Human Anatomy during my undergraduate degree, I have been fascinated and absorbed by the world of sport and the remarkable achievements made by athletes of all disciplines. I have taught Senior Physical Education for over two decades in two States and overseas during my International teaching experience in Singapore. I have been a VCE Examination Assessor for VCAA for 10 years and have sat on the Exam Panel for VCE PE, contributing to the writing of the 2013 and 2014 examination papers. I enjoy the stimulus of presenting different study tools and ideas for improving students’ knowledge and understanding of Physical Education related concepts.
B.App.Sci in Physical Education (Distinction), HPE Coordinator and VCE Physical Education teacher, Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School
Natalie is an experienced teacher of VCE PE, HPE and H&HD, having taught in the government, catholic and independent school systems for 25 years. She has been the Health and Physical Education Coordinator at Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School for the past 14 years. Previously, Natalie was the Head of Girls Sport at Assumption College Kilmore and was involved in initiating the current AGSV/APS Girls sporting competition.
Natalie has presented at the past 7 Peak Phys Ed conferences, she lectures at RMIT, writes practice trial examination papers, presents at VCE PE Access Education revision sessions and she has been a VCAA Physical Education Assessor for a number of years.
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