The Healthy Schools LAB will heighten awareness and understanding of issues and opportunities surrounding health and wellness in the K to PhD education system and contribute to the collective development of a healthy, active society.
NEW Feature! Research to Practice (R2P). As you may or may not know, there is currently all sorts of research going on in the #physed world. All. The. Time. However, much of it seems to be published in academic journals that are hard to… Continue Reading “R2P: Engaging Girls in #physed”
I was recently provided with an opportunity (thanks Centre for Teaching and Learning!) to share my teaching philosophy and some specific teaching strategies through a short video as part of a initiative called Inspiring Teaching. The best part was being able to feature the… Continue Reading “Teaching Joy”
This is a guest blog I wrote for @meaningfulpe – check out LAMPE for more good content on meaningful (and purposeful!) #physed. Part 1 of this blog series on delight and physical education raised the question, how might a physical education teacher lay ‘groundwork’ for… Continue Reading “Delightful Physical Education”
I recently became aware of two very different stories about children and physical activity. The first was a Facebook video of a young kid cruising around in a parkour gym. If you haven’t seen it – check it out – it is worth the… Continue Reading “Something is very wrong…”
Rebranding As some of you may know, I had the distinct pleasure of co-chairing the recent joint Health and Physical Education Council / Physical and Health Education Canada, National Health and Physical Education Conference – A Physical Literacy Uprising, in beautiful Banff, Alberta, Canada… Continue Reading “Rebranding”
My lifetime love affair with the bicycle (in all its myriad forms) began at around 4 years old, I think. My memories of learning to ride, although not complete, exist in flashes of colour, sound and touch. Gold coloured bike Conspicuously missing training wheels… Continue Reading “Two Wheeled Joy”
I have always believed in the importance of physical education. Movement has been an integral part of my own life since I was a child. As I grew up, went to school, tried to figure out my life (still working on that) and eventually… Continue Reading “Moved to Move”
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