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Everyone in the Game!

Monday, July 4, 2016
“Inclusion is not bringing people into what already exists; it is making a new space, a better space, for everyone” - George Dei, 2006 Taking part in daily physical activity is a vital part of any child’s development. It not only helps children to develop physical literacy—the ability to move with...

Everyone in the Game!

Monday, July 4, 2016
“Inclusion is not bringing people into what already exists; it is making a new space, a better space, for everyone” - George Dei, 2006 Taking part in daily physical activity is a vital part of any child’s development. It not only helps children to develop physical literacy—the ability to move with...

A Holistic Approach to Mental Health

Monday, May 2, 2016
How the H&PE Curriculum is Fostering the Well-being of Students from Grades 1–12 Mental health depends on—and is connected to—so many things. From having a supportive social environment, to making healthy choices about substance use, to eating nutritious foods and getting enough exercise and...

A Holistic Approach to Mental Health

Monday, May 2, 2016
How the H&PE Curriculum is Fostering the Well-being of Students from Grades 1–12 Mental health depends on—and is connected to—so many things. From having a supportive social environment, to making healthy choices about substance use, to eating nutritious foods and getting enough exercise and...

A Holistic Approach to Mental Health

Monday, May 2, 2016
How the H&PE Curriculum is Fostering the Well-being of Students from Grades 1–12 Mental health depends on—and is connected to—so many things. From having a supportive social environment, to making healthy choices about substance use, to eating nutritious foods and getting enough exercise and...

How Inquiry Supports Student Learning in H&PE

Monday, April 4, 2016
Traditionally, a teacher is defined as one who imparts knowledge—but any modern educator can tell you that a special kind of magic happens when, instead of giving students the answers, educators help them to seek information and draw conclusions for themselves. Inquiry-based learning is a process...

How Inquiry Supports Student Learning in H&PE

Monday, April 4, 2016
Traditionally, a teacher is defined as one who imparts knowledge—but any modern educator can tell you that a special kind of magic happens when, instead of giving students the answers, educators help them to seek information and draw conclusions for themselves. Inquiry-based learning is a process...

How Inquiry Supports Student Learning in H&PE

Monday, April 4, 2016
Traditionally, a teacher is defined as one who imparts knowledge—but any modern educator can tell you that a special kind of magic happens when, instead of giving students the answers, educators help them to seek information and draw conclusions for themselves. Inquiry-based learning is a process...

How Inquiry Supports Student Learning in H&PE

Monday, April 4, 2016
Traditionally, a teacher is defined as one who imparts knowledge—but any modern educator can tell you that a special kind of magic happens when, instead of giving students the answers, educators help them to seek information and draw conclusions for themselves. Inquiry-based learning is a process...

Get Out, Get Active! Inspiration for Outdoor Education during Chilly Winter Months

Tuesday, March 1, 2016
It can be tempting to stay indoors through the slushy, muddy days of winter, but there’s so much for students to gain by getting active outdoors—from fresh air to life skills and even connecting with community members. We recently spoke with some Ontario educators/outdoor-enthusiasts to find out...

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