Fostering Student Agency in Physical Education

This activity-based session will provide many strategies for using student voice to guide students on a journey that makes physical activity an important part of their lives.

Pedagogy & Curriculum
The PhysEd Lotus- Planting the Seeds of Breadth and Depth

The PhysEd LOTus program is a differentiated program that grows the development of skills in each student at ‘their’ level of learning.

Navigating the world as an international teacher of colour.

How determination and perseverance has lead me on a path towards overcoming obstacles, discrimination and anxiety.

Wellness Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice
Growth mind set and how to support it

This presentation looks at how adults can help support their children's growth mindset through questioning, action and opportunities creation.

Wellness Ideas to Build Community and Support Self-Care. A Key Approach During the Pandemic

How do we build community and promote positive interactions during school closure and online school?

Effects of Chronic Exercise on the Executive Functions and Mathematics Achievement of Elementary Students

Regular exposure to physical activity (PA) has numerous health-related benefits including better physical fitness (PF).

Making Physical Education Meaningful and Motivating: Theory to Practice

The literature addressing the need to make physical education experiences both meaningful and motivating has been around for decades.

Creating Engaging and Practical Basketball Practices

When we move away from traditional blocked training and 1 v 0 skill training we can create more engaging and practical practices for our players.

Sharing is Caring: Teaching Gymnastics - Beyond the Skills

Sharing movement explorations and game based activities that aim to provide more meaningful experiences and enjoyment in gymnastics.

Differentiated teaching in Physical education through the implementation of Mind Body Soul Connection with the use of Mindfulness techniques.

Mindfulness teaching goes beyond ordinary teaching paradigms. In the second decade of the 21st century, we need to approach our students with, and instill in them, innovation.