Sport Education Physical Education Program. (SEPEP). Australian Sports Commission 1995. SEPEP is an inclusive framework which incorporates valuable cross curricular links through specific team roles .
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Australian Sports Commission 1995 SEPEP is an inclusive framework which incorporates valuable cross curricular links through specific team roles. • Students acquire sufficient skills, development and understanding to be able to participate successfully. • Students require understanding of the values, rules, traditions and rituals associated with the sporting experience. • Students are willing to learn and want to give back to a sport or activity for the next generation.
SEPEP • …is a curriculum-based model where students learn to plan, implement and play in a sporting competition as part of their Physical Education or Sport program. • Australian Sports Commission, 1995, ‘Understanding SEPEP: Sport Education in Physical Education Program’, Belconnen, ACT.
The student’s role Students and teachers work collaboratively in: • Facilitating • Planning • Managing • Selecting teams • Coaching teams • Organizing fixtures • Umpiring games • Scoring, • Recording, reporting results, • Coordinating finals competitions • Planning celebrations