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Chatting Assessment & Evaluation

Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Ophea’s Twitter Chat on Assessment and Evaluation was a great success! So great that we kept the conversation rolling over the course of the week on Facebook Live. Did you miss the A&E Twitter Chat and Facebook Live stream? Want a recap of the highlights and to hear from Ophea ambassadors and H...

Connect[ED] and CyberCops have been updated!

Friday, November 25, 2016
group of four young children looking at laptop
Helping your students create safer online spaces is just a few clicks away. Ophea’s Internet safety resources, Connect[ED] (Grade 4-6) and CyberCops (Grade 7-8), have been updated to align with the 2015 H&PE curriculum, including content related to healthy relationships and consent. The...

New Ophea Asthma Resource Kits!

Friday, October 14, 2016
Ophea Asthma Resource Kits
Create an asthma-friendly environment in your class and school with Ophea’s new Asthma Resource Kits, developed in partnership with the Ontario Lung Association. The Kits are free, available to download online and provide: Implementation supports for Ryan’s Law, 2015 (Ensuring Asthma Friendly...

New Student Voice: Activate the Discussion Videos and Guides!

Thursday, October 6, 2016
student reading with overlay of video play button
Check out the new All About H&PE videos and Discussion Guides! The Student Voice: Activate the Discussion videos (elementary and secondary) feature students from across Ontario sharing through words and illustrations the importance of experiencing quality instruction in a welcoming and...

Help Youth Stretch it Out: 3 Fun Yoga Activities

Thursday, August 11, 2016
two young female students stretching
Looking for new ways to get children and youth physically and mentally active? Try our Yoga Alphabet Cards! These cards introduce children and youth to the art of yoga while strengthening their physical literacy and language skills. There are plenty of ways to enjoy using the cards. Here are three...

Have fun with Ophea’s 50 Fitness Activity Cards this summer!

Thursday, June 16, 2016
50 Fitness Activity Cards
With warm weather here to stay, it’s the perfect opportunity to add some fun and play into your everyday activities. Here are three new ways you can use your favourite Ophea 50 Fitness Activity Cards.  Beanbag Balance Adapted from Ophea’s workshop DPA: Getting Active in Any Space Participants move...

Sexual Violence Prevention in Schools

Friday, May 20, 2016
Taking a Stand: Working together to prevent sexual violence and harassment in schools Guest Written by: Clara Vaz, White Ribbon Campaign What we see and learn as children stays with us as adults. Sexism, gender inequality, homophobia, violence against girls and women are all tied to how we are...

Creating an Asthma Friendly School

Tuesday, May 17, 2016
enfants sautant
Did you know that asthma affects approximately 1 in 5 children in Ontario and is the leading cause of hospital admissions, emergency room visits and school absenteeism for children?[1] It’s important to create an asthma friendly school to support students with asthma participate fully in school...

Inquiry-Based Learning: An Educator’s Perspective

Friday, May 6, 2016
students running
Q&A featuring Paul André Cyr, EAO, Teacher at St. Marguerite d'Youville 1.   Why do you feel inquiry is such a powerful approach to engage students in learning? Inquiry is empowering. It allows students to gain greater control of their learning, and to become more critical of their progress....

Get Students ACTIVE with DANCE!

Friday, April 29, 2016
students dancing
Dance is a fun and engaging way to get students active. It plays an important part of a balanced Physical Education curriculum because it lets students experience cultures from around the world, work in groups with others to achieve different types of ‘challenges’ (e.g. creating a dance), learn...

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