This presentation will share ideas on conducting assessments of physical education lessons seamlessly with technology-enabled tools.
This session aims to allow participants to understand the behaviours that constitute offline and online sexual harassment, the abuse it drives and who is most at risk. Additionally, we will discuss related challenging issues and the strategies needed address them.
As international schools find themselves in an era of uncertainty and change, concerns around health and wellbeing are on the rise. Without systems in place, however, initiatives risk losing momentum when there is turnover among faculty and staff. During this session, we’ll be discussing the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model- a free tool that helps schools identify resources and initiatives that are working, look for gaps and areas for growth, and align so that everyone in the community is speaking the same language and working towards the same common goals.
Focus will be on lessons that transfer through a variety of cultural contexts, and put an emphasis on the benefits of healthy eating, rather than numbers and fear.
Participants will learn the basic skill sets to ice hockey. Each participant will walk away with a foundation of a learn to skate program & learn to play program.
This workshop equips attendees with strategies and tactics to train and educate athletes to apply and transfer these skills to classroom and personal realms.
The presentation will be based on what team, classroom and business culture can look like when it is flourishing.
When considering the skills or abilities that make an elite basketball athlete, the qualities of ball-handling or finishing ability are some of the qualities that first come to mind.
This presentation will focus on students' experiences outside of the classroom, during recess or transition times.
This workshop explores how we are empowering learners as they engage in self-guided inquiry to build skill development and conceptual understanding at their readiness level.