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Steve Kapsalis - Flipped Learning Global Initiative: The Exchange

Steve Kapsalis

Flipped Learning Certified Educator

Steve Kapsalis

Integration Technology Specialist & Assistant Head of Faculty

Steve is currently an ICT Integrator Specialist and the Assistant Head of Faculty for Health and Physical Education at Diocesan School for Girls, Auckland, New Zealand. Steve was previously a Professional Learning Coach at Wenona (Independent Girls K-12), North Sydney, Australia. Steve is an accomplished teacher of Personal Development, Health & Physical Education having taught for 16 years in NSW.  Steve is passionate about the implementation of technology in teaching and learning. He has created and presented workshops on behalf of the Association of Independent Schools, PeakPhysEd, Physical Education New Zealand and the PDHPE Teachers Association conferences around pedagogical approaches to using technology for learning. Steve is an HSC marker and an experienced Stage 6 PDHPE teacher. Steve has contributed to the PDHPE Teachers Association newsletter and was a writer for the 2015 PDHPE TA Preliminary HSC exam. In 2014, Steve was awarded with a seeding grant by Wenona to visit the United States in order to explore the discipline of the use of the iPad in education. Steve currently works across subject areas to create innovative and meaningful ICT learning experiences. More recently, Steve has been appointed as the PDHPE Executive member for the PDHPE Teachers Association.