NOVEMBER 2021 EDITION

School Physical Activity and Physical Literacy
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Physical Activity for the Classroom: Four Games to Play with Your Students

As the winter weather starts, you might be looking for ways to keep physical activity a part of your daily class' routine without needing to go outside between your gym blocks.

 

Here are four activities to encourage physical activity and physical literacy while you’re in the classroom...


 

Upcoming Course: 2022 Winter Institute

As we look ahead into the new year, are you looking for new ways to further your understanding of physical activity and physical literacy, to support your students’ development?

 

Beginning on January 14, join the School Physical Activity and Physical Literacy project for the 2022 Winter Institute...

Physical Literacy Assessment: What It Is and Why It’s Important

Physical literacy is a competency in the B.C. Physical and Health Education (PHE) Curriculum. Students are expected to develop and demonstrate a wide variety of fundamental movement skills in various settings, using proper technique. But how can we as educators assess those fundamental movement skills, to support our students’ development? The answer: Physical literacy assessment...

November Feature Resource

Lasting Impact: Embedding Physical Activity and Physical Literacy in Your School

Integrate physical activity and physical literacy into your schools.

 

 


 

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Learn more about the School Physical Activity and Physical Literacy project at www.schoolpapl.ca

 

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