|Calm Classroom: Mindfulness & Meditation Techniques for Stressed Out Teachers and Students||Susan Agrios, Jenn Cranston||YOUR MIND FOLLOWS YOUR BREATH. THE KEY TO CONTROLLING YOUR MIND IS CONTROLLING YOUR BREATH.
Tired? Exhausted? Stressed? That's why Susan, former K-12 school teacher created this workshop for teachers.
Take time out to deeply relax your body and mind as Susan guides you through a meditation (yoga nidra, a technique she studied with Yoga Masters in India and in California with Dr. Richard Miller) and teaches you simple and easy to learn meditations some as short as 1-3 minutes in length. Susan will show you how to integrate these mindfulness and meditation techniques into your daily life and classroom so you won't feel as drained or burnt out by the end of the day and will have a calmer classroom environment. She will also teach you some quick and simple movement and breath exercises to connect your mind and body. These exercises are great to help both you and your students refocus or "wake up" when your minds are wandering and you get that tired sleepy feel.
|Let's Talk about Sex...ual Health Education||Nicole Brouwer||Newbie? Pro? Increase your confidence about teaching the human sexuality outcomes for Gr4-CALM. Come discuss innovative activities, strategies, and best practices in teaching sexual health. Test drive updated lesson plans for Grade 4-9 with all new diagrams, handouts, and inclusive language, from Teachingsexualhealth.ca, an authorized Alberta Education resource.|
|Sport Nutrition: NEW Alberta Resources for Coaches||Theresa Riege||Coaches are well positioned to educate athletes, parents and community on nutrition for recreational athletes. As well coaches help create healthier food environments at home, school, and in spaces where youth train, and compete. Join a Registered Dietitian from Alberta Health Services to learn about the new Sport Nutrition resources available.
|Let's Talk Cannabis||Tally Nixon||Canadian youth have the highest prevalence of past-year cannabis use in the developed world. Early onset and/or regular cannabis use can have negative effects on cognition and behavior, and can lead to future substance use struggles and mental health concerns. Examine the impacts of cannabis on youth and cannabis legalization.|
|Mindfulness and Stress Reduction||Christine McKernan, Nannette Gropp||Proactive strategies for addressing student stress and anxiety can create a calmer more effective learning environment while also managing teacher stress levels. This session will showcase techniques and resources for managing stress and anxiety at all division levels. Discover tools that you can use for yourself and for your classroom.|
|Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Inclusive Practice - Creating Safer School Spaces||Christine Sturgeon||Continue to build the health and wellness of your school community by creating safer and more inclusive PE & Athletics environments. We will discuss values related to sexuality and gender diversity, explore reasons to be inclusive, review LGBTQ terminology and develop practical strategies for creating safer spaces for everyone. Opportunity for group discussion of specific questions and concerns.|
|Lacrosse TGFU||Nick Brown, Paul Rai||Alberta Lacrosse Association will be facilitating small lead up games and activities to assist with the proper development of the game to enhance life long active participation and fun. Take away transferable lessons and resources to build on your P.E. program.|
|Getting to your Best Self: Employee Wellness||Megan Hunter, Stephanie Caron-Roy||Do more than explore concepts of positive psychology, learn how to apply them to your life! Join ASEBP Workplace Wellness Liaison's to dive into topics such as motivation & reflection and discover skills you can incorporate into your world as your best self!|
|Skating For Life(In-Line Skating)||William Wotherspoon||This is a participation session that will focus on forward skating, backward skating, cornering, turning, stopping, jumping and many more exciting activities. Be prepared to have fun and learn some new and challenging skills that will enhance your skating abilities. All the equipment will be supplied.|
|Shuttle Time.....a Badminton Coaching Delivery||Dave McMaster||Shuttle Time is a grass roots badminton coaching delivery system focused on school teachers, beginner coaches, and their respective students. This blended learning program’s goal is to instruct teachers and novice coaches in the technical and tactical skills of badminton in a progressive, systemic manner. This program is being integrated into the CAC / Badminton Canada Instructional coaching stream, and aligns with CS4L and LTAD models and protocol. Application of this program is intended to promote physical literacy within the school system using badminton as the conduit.|
|Canadian Style of Play - Newest Concepts - Basketball||Mark Hogan||Canadian Style of Play (CSP) began to evolve after the 2012 London Olympics. Just 3 years later Canada's Senior Women's National Team won the Pan AM games and FIBA Americas. How did they do this? In 2017 Canada won their first-ever world championship, medalled in others and won back-to-back FIBA Americas Championship. Canada's success has been nothing short of amazing! Many of the CSP concepts can be applied by all school coaches.|
|Move and Play Through Traditional Games||Connor Butler, Deborah Menard||Participants will have the opportunity to practice a variety of fundamental movement skills through traditional games of strength, speed, stamina, and skill mastery. Participants will develop their sensing and observational skills with the intuition and chance games which were highly important for survival training in traditional indigenous cultures.|
|Move & Play at Recess||Deborah Menard, Connor Butler||Creating outdoor play environments doesn't have to mean building an expensive playground! Learn how to use tarmac stencils & other simple equipment to create a fun and inexpensive way to get students moving at recess, lunch, and before/after school. Student-driven games & activities is the ultimate goal when they have the environment & training to support their gift of play.|
|Sport Psychology: Is it just for the elite?||Jarret Brophy||What if ALL your students learned how to perform better under pressure? Could this help in their test taking performance? Future job interviews? Relationships? Other performance tasks in life? Come join the discussion and learn critical skills that all students can begin developing to enhance their performance in life.|
|KAOS X SPORT (Chaos Cross Sport)||Tim Stewart||KAOS X SPORT IS A SIMPLE YET DYNAMIC FUN FAST PACED EXCITING TEAM GAME PUSHING THE ELITE ATHLETE WHILE PULLING THE NON-ATHLETE OFF THE BENCH ENGAGING THEM WITH AN ENTHUSIASTIC DESIRE TO PARTICIPATE! Fun and affordable, great for a warm up, intramurals, fitness, or after school programming ideal for students from grades 4 - 12! You will be able to take what you gain in this session to your class Monday morning. Come prepared to play and learn the kinesthetic way.|
|Building Healthy, Active Kids Through BOKS||Shannon MacMillan||This interactive workshop will take participants through a BOKS lesson, allowing them to learn about the program and the opportunity it provides school communities to take advantage of the link between physical activity and academic success. You will leave this session with the tools necessary to get your students active before school and throughout the day.|
|The Making of An Adventure: Team-building, Leadership and Debrief Tools||Court Rustemeyer||Whether your class/program is outdoor based, an extracurricular group or a class that has a vision to chase a pursuit, there are many steps along that journey. This session will cover activities your group can do for team-building, confidence, communication, and leadership. One key concept that is often over looked after a trip, pursuit, or adventure is the power of a strong debrief. Debriefs can help bring meaning and closure to events and are also a key component for sustainability and improving the growth of your group.|
|The Power of Outdoor Leadership||Court Rustemeyer||Why are we drawn to nature? We do youth and our students need to that connection with the outdoors? Being outside will often result in being even better academic and leadership potential students.
The main focus will be student led, experiential learning. A huge component of Outdoor Education is the experiental learning that takes place with off-site activities, field trips, back county pursuits and environmental experiences.
|Engaging PE students and building program capacity through student surveys, using Google Forms.||Lisa Taylor||PE student surveys are a great way to give all of your students a voice, providing meaningful feedback to teachers regarding student engagement in PE activities. Attendees can expect to review a survey example and will leave with access to a digital copy if they desire to create their own.|
|Spike Ball - The new age of sports||Candice Fouchard, Kelsey Cirankewitch||Come join in an interactive session where you can learn the game of Spike Ball! How to bring it in into your classroom, introduce more people to the sport and nurture the community of new age learners. We will guide you through a full week lesson plan so you can understand the progression of the game and development of your students.|
|Teaching with Purpose - Minute to Win it - Outcome Based Instruction in Action||Elisha M O'Lain||This session will deliver hands experience, background rational and ready to use resources for a Minute to Win it Unit that has been developed with Teaching in Purpose at its core. This unit has been developed to purposefully target the Alberta Physical Education Program of Studies outcomes of Roles in Activity (C4), Manipulative Skills (A6) and Goal Setting in Physical Activity (D7). For background information please see the Teaching with a Purpose workshop resource found under workshops at www.msolain.esmartweb.com|
|Teaching Dance 101||Anne Daniel||This is a dance workshop for everyone who is looking to teach dance. Elements of dance will be explored during this dance session. You will walk away with some easy dances and dance games that help get the students moving. Successful gender inclusive language and practices for partner dances will also be shared.|
|Mindfulness for Teacher Sanity||Julie Mah||Mindfulness can help us become more aware of our thoughts & quieten the “inner critic”. Practicing mindfulness can alter brain biology, to feel calmer & better able to handle stress.|
|“Tri” harder in PE!||Astrid Heidenreich, Darren Anderson||Have you ever considered doing a triathlon with your PE class? If not, we will share with you how to easily implement this into your curriculum, practical ways to achieve learner outcomes related to physical literacy, exercise physiology and nutrition. And the package will also include comprehensive assessment tools.|
|My Favourites||Andy Raithby||The Canadian Intramural and Recreation Association (CIRA) has developed an incredible catalogue of great games for kids of all ages. This session will feature our favourite games, perfect for warm-ups, DPA and class building. Come ready to laugh, play and learn with guaranteed fun!|
|Why Paper and Scissors Rock||Andy Raithby||Rock, Paper, Scissors is an amazing tool to help arbitrate conflict and build activity. Furthermore, and this will be the main content of the workshop, active games like RPS football, Stand Alone, and RPS HaHa, are active to engage in, fun to do, easy to implement, and require very little equipment. Come and participate in an active workshop as we help children learn various motor skills, movement concepts, enjoy activity, and develop responsible social behavior skills.|
|Simple &/or Traditional Games for Large Classes or as Stations||Heather Rootsaert||Do you have large PE classes and struggle to have all students active? Are you looking for alternative activities to a traditional sport based approach? Do your If so, then come and learn or revisit games from the past with a twist! This is an interactive session so please come prepared to participate.|
|Exploring the Teaching Games for Understanding Model through Play||Heather Rootsaert||Are you familiar with the TGfU but looking for some new ideas or are you brand new to it? Regardless, come join me for this interactive session that will describe the four categories and try out activities from each. You can use them as warm up games, lead up games, games for large groups and more.|
|SOGO Adventure Running||Kimberly Landolo, Bogi Gyorfi, Bridie Pryce||Learn the four fundamentals of adventure running: navigation, endurance, agility and power/speed. We will rotate through four adventure running stations that can work with students from kindergarten to high school. Stations will be highly motivating for teachers and students alike, please come dress ready to run. We will be using technical equipment and maps specialized to orienteering but give ideas of how to adapt the stations when this equipment is not available.|
|Teaching Tips to Improve Your Next Student Backpacking Experience||Steven Kotowich||Taking students backpacking is one of the most impactful learning opportunities that can exist in our school system. Based on years of student tripping experience, I will share multiple teaching points that will enhance your next school adventure, in terms of improving your pre-trip organization, logistics, risk management, that when combined effectively will create a safe and incredibly powerful learning opportunity for your students.|
|Let's Get Warmed Up!||Jason Deis, Lara Talamini||Are you looking for some new ways to get your students warmed up at the beginning of class? If so, then this is the session is for you! Come and learn some exciting and fun games that require minimal equipment and can be played anywhere! Please come dressed to participate.|
|Nordic Walking: Revolutionizing the Way We walk!||Susan Yackulic||Learn how to correctly use Nordic walking poles and instruct students to pole walk with correct technique that improves balance, posture, core strength and cardiovascular fitness. Take away strategies that can be used to build physical literacy skills as well as lesson plans for D.P.A. Great indoor/outdoor activity!|
|Invasion Games||John Byl||Using innovative equipment to learn Invasion Games: Using the Teaching Games for Understanding model, come and engage in innovative games that build skills and concepts of Target and Invasion games. Come prepared to actively participate.|
|Warmed Up and Ready to Go||John Byl||Safely developing physical literacy, positive attitudes, and behaviours, making healthy food (and other) choices, and total well-being. Warming up for activity prepares body and mind for engagement. Active, fun, and engaging games can both warm players up and mentally prepare them for play. Come prepared to participate.|
|Floorball: A safe introduction to Hockey||Pier-Alexandre Poulin||Floorball provides an introduction to hockey in a safe, inclusive and fun-filled gym-based program. It is played with specialized sticks and rules that make the game exciting and fast paced for all participants. Floorball promotes end-to-end movement with quick transitions and fluid gameplay. The rules stress the importance of safety and sportsmanship.|
|Smorgasborg||Erik Larson, HPEC RRs||Come out and learn through play the best games based on the PE outcomes|
|Two Big "B" words - Busy and Balance||Joyce Sunada||As teachers there is often a feeling of ‘not enough time’ to do it all. And the answer to “How are you?” defaults to, “I’m sooo BUSY!” Is this response becoming a badge of honour or an epidemic that needs to be explored?
This interactive session will allow you to reflect on how, why and where you currently spend your time. By identifying what is important to you, you will move towards living a more BALANCED and enjoyable life.
|The Staff that Plays Together Stays Together!||Joyce Sunada||All work and no play makes teachers boring and burnt out. Join Wellness Educator Joyce Sunada for an interactive session full of challenging and fun team building activities for you and your staff. Sunada recognizes, "Having fun as a staff helps foster Social Wellness, increases your staff's connectedness and contributes to your balance." The result, healthy, happy teachers better able to positively impact their family, students and whole school community.|
|Tower Gardens in the Classroom||Debbie Brigley, Tara Brigley||We all know that we should eat a lot of fruits and vegetables every-day and the more variety the greater the benefit. Teaching children to understand the importance of healthy eating has become a part of the education system. With the decrease of family gardens many children have not had an opportunity to learn about growing healthy plants and vegetables that they could eat. There is a exciting new teaching tool " farm to table" experience called the Tower Garden. The Tower Garden is an advanced form of aeroponics, the process of growing plants in an air or mist environment rather than soil. The Tower Garden can grow more than 150 different wellness-promoting plants.|
|Omnikin Poison ball||Marc-Andre Laliberte||Become the sole survivor or the last team on the court! That means, eventually you have to get everyone poisoned to win. We have to engage all students actively and promote physical activity through in a dynamic game. Develop student game, presence and decision making ability while being physically active.|
|KIN-BALL® Sport: Drills and Skills||Marc-Andre Laliberte||Following an initiation to the sport, the participants will gain a more in-depth understanding of the rules, techniques and strategies. You will have the opportunity of experiencing series of educative exercises to improve motor skills needed when practicing the sport such as kicking, two person ball control and ball displacements|
|Active and Cooperative Games: Small OMNIKIN Products||Marc-Andre Laliberte||You will experience it all with Omnikin's durable 14’’ to 33’’ light-weight and colorful balls. Stimulant activities with 6 balls, 6 colors and 6 teams at the same time, during which manipulation and coordination are involved.|
|Have Core Teachers Beg To 'Cross Curriculate' With P.E.||Paul Bohnert||Ever had a core teacher ask to 'cross curriculate' with you? Learn how to have core teachers beg you to collaborate, plan, and facilitate their content in P.E. class. See the benefits for both P.E. and core classes.|
|The video never lies! : An exploration of video analysis for Assessment in PE||Jason McLester, Nathan Gale||This session will examine the use of video analysis in an upper elementary PE setting and its effectiveness on student learning. We will dive into our method of student self-analysis and examine its impact on their learning.|
|Work Life Balance Is An Illusion, Here’s How To Create A Delicious Life||Michelle Carre||In this session you will learn why work life balance doesn’t exist and a more realistic approach to your life. Michelle will challenge you to define what success is for you and explain why this is so important.|
|Outdoor Solo Time: What Do Kids Think?||Shannon Kell, John Cadman, Dean Schmeichel||We know that periods of refection and solo time are beneficial for mental health. We also know that nature provides a more restorative environment than an urban setting. This session will discuss the questions: How young is too young; is there an age when outdoor solo time might be a waste of time? A local grade 4-9 school may help shed some light on outdoor solo time and what has emerged.|
|Roll Your Way Into Gymnastics||Nadine Van Wyk, Heather Sjostrom||This session will provide educators, sport leaders and recreation practitioners with the knowledge to safely teach gymnastics to elementary-aged children. An emphasis will be placed on the development of fundamental movement skills, through gymnastics, to support the development of physical literacy and life long participation.|
|You First! Mindful Teachers Build Mindful Students||Dr. Heather Ray||By practicing mindfulness in their own lives educators are setting the stage for a calmer, more focused learning environment. In this session, we will explore ways to establish a personal mindfulness practice and bring mindfulness into the classroom, from instant mindfulness exercises, to more formal practices.|
|Netball: Education in a True Team Sport||Corey Skrypnek||Netball Alberta would like to introduce teachers to the basic rules and fundamental skills of netball with step-by-step instruction and active participation! Each participant will receive a complimentary teacher’s resource that will aid in the introduction of Netball into their school.|
|Developing physical literacy in students through progressive tennis||Greig Ewing||An overview of how educators can use a progressive tennis model to help meet Physical Education learning outcomes in schools. From K-12, teachers can use tennis to create an inclusive environment where all students are engaged, challenged and supported within Physical Education lessons. The session will cover the basics of this approach, including practical activities that can be delivered to all grade levels.|
|Focus on FUNdamentals: Supporting the Development of Physical Literacy||Tracy Lockwood||This FUN, high-energy activity session is geared for the K-12 teacher. Engaging in activities that spark interest, cultivate joy, and promote lifelong participation all contribute to the development of physical literacy. In fact, physical literacy is the gateway to physical activity! In this session, concepts of physical literacy will be highlighted AND participants will experience a new and exciting resource; Focus on FUNdamentals, that includes a collection of 90 top-notch, tried-and-tested activities for all ages. The activities have been carefully chosen to improve competence, increase confidence, boost motivation and of course, add more FUN and enjoyment to your program! Come participate in the skill-based, lead-up, sport-specific, and cooperative activities that are organized into three sections for easy planning and designed as durable 5 x 7 cards for portability. Then, use the warm-up, lesson plan, and cool-down sections to create thousands of combinations of lessons OR use the activities individually to get your students moving!|
|Developing Physical Literacy through Dance||Tracy Lockwood, Susan Shearer||Bring your P.E. program to life with dances that develop physical literacy and fundamental movements skills! Forget 5-6-7-8 or intimidating routines and learn simple moves from a variety of music styles - Hip Hop, Urban, Ballroom, Bollywood, Jazz/Funk and sports themes (basketball, volleyball, outdoor ed. and more!) Discover a new instructional style that fosters acceptance and diversity by building self-confidence, maximizing participation and promoting interACTIVE learning.|
|How to Master Any Skill||Michelle Christa Smith||HOW TO MASTER ANY SKILL!
...with science and everything!
Learn the science behind acquiring new skills, how to accelerate the process and become a MASTER!
|Traditional games||Jason Plain Eagle||Traditional games teaches a lesson in art, history, culture and family strengthening. Games were played for the cultural survival of the tribes. Jus like story telling, the values of the culture can be infused into the games skill development. Physical and mental skills needed for the survival were dependent upon early childhood development of neural connection of the brain. Basic coordination for adult tasks was set out before twelve years old.|
|Mindful Yoga and Meditation||Trish Huston||A Mindful Yoga class suitable for all levels. The class will focus on how to practice mindfulness as we move and stretch our body. We will end with a guided meditation to rejuvenate participants as they move into the next activities of the conference.|
|SHRED Injuries- A Novel System for Injury and Concussion Prevention and Management||Amanda Black, Carolyn Emery, Paul Eliason||SHRED Injuries (Surveillance in High schools to REDuce Injuries) is a program developed to establish injury surveillance and provide injury prevention education in Alberta high schools. This presentation aims to introduce SHRED. Session attendees will gain an understanding of the health burden of injuries including concussion, concussion management, and prevention.|
|Keeping kids in the game: Sport injury prevention in physical education programming||Carla Vandenberg, Megan McKinlay||Injury prevention is an important foundation to include in physical education programming to help ensure kids are able to continue to participate in sport and physical activity throughout their lives. This session will highlight how to develop and implement sport injury prevention strategies in school physical education programs.
|Large Group Games for Elementary School Phys Ed||Emily Ford, Laura Boudens||After attending our session you will walk away with two large group games that provide an environment for students to have fun, be active and learn fundamental movement skills. Squirrel Tag and Quidditch are two crowd pleasing games in our physical education program. Students are taken into a magical forest to play a game of Squirrel Tag and a world of Harry Potter while participating in Quidditch. Applying fundamental movement skills of running, jumping, throwing as well as invasion strategies are a focus in both of these active games. Bonus: these continuous games keep your group active for a full physical education lesson and your students will leave the gym with rosy cheeks, wanting to play again!|
|Purposeful Physical Education: Plan, Teach, and Assess With Intention||Joey Feith||Teach with intention and purpose by adopting a standards-based approach in your teaching! In this session, I will introduce you to a backwards design approach that will help both you and your students understand what is to be learned in PE, how you know if learning has occurred, and, most importantly, why it is so important that it be learned in the first place! The simple step-by-step method presented in this sessions combined with the real-world examples of applied standards-based approaches will leave you with the confidence you need to take your teaching to the next level!|
|Owning Your Professional Development: Becoming A Connected Educator||Joey Feith||Professional development is the key to empowering physical educators to continue to grow as teachers throughout their careers. However, for many reasons, access to PD is often limited. This can lead to teaching practices that become routine, stagnant, or, in some situations, inappropriate. In this session, I will be sharing some strategies you can use to design your own self-directed, bootstrapped professional development plan. Discover the step-by-step process that will allow you to identify opportunities for growth, explore resources and tactics that will connect you with the tools you need to grow, and adopt habits that will help you keep that fire in your belly roaring!|
|Developing Physically Literate 21st Century Learners||Ted Temertzoglou, Katherine Jamnik||This session will focus on movement preparation games and circuits to increase student engagement in health & physical education. We will use fun ‘exercise in disguise’ physical literacy games to engage all students regardless of their athleticism. These activities will help improve academic readiness, mental health and contribute to ones physically literacy journey. Lesson plans for all activities will be provided.|
|Reimagine Health & Physical Education with HAL2.0||Ted Temertzoglou, Katherine Jamnik||Join us as we explore different strategies used to build quality H&PE programs that give students ownership of their learning. Using evidence-based resources and the flipped classroom approach we will explore the new Healthy Active Living 2.0 and how it can be used to engage all students at the secondary level. Attendees will walk away with ideas and suggestions to help them “Reimagine” their H&PE programs to help all students succeed.|
|Active Living-Physical Literacy in the community - How recreation facilities can enhance your physical education program||Michelle Paradis, Mairin Husak, Diane Thuna||It takes a village to raise a child, and recreation play a part alongside our schools and home in contributing to a child’s desire to be active for life. Be actively involved in our presentation as we share how your community recreation facility is able to enhance the current physical education curriculum by offering diverse experiences in leisure and sport through programming opportunities both for your class and after school activites.|
|Risky play for today's children: why they need it and love it||David Chorney||Over the past few generations we have become a culture that has gradually, but ultimately reduced our children’s opportunities to play freely and without adult supervision. This trend has resulted in today's youth having much fewer opportunities to play and learn through risky and challenging experiences. This session will explore ways of how we can increase opportunities for student risky play as well as share some of the success stories of teachers from the field.|
|Stress, Anxiety and Other Mental Health Issues: How can we help our students cope||David Chorney, Kendra Eliuk||This session will highlight current research on mental health as it relates to school-aged children. More importantly, this session will provide practical ideas from the session presenters on what can be done to support students of any age who are at risk, or are dealing with mental health issues. How we can help students become more resilient and better able to cope with their personal challenges will a primary focus of the presentation.|
|Peer-to-Peer Learning with Move Improve||Larry Katz, Josh Malate, Anne Copeland||Providing meaningful feedback to learners is critically important to the learning process. This session will focus on the topic of peer-to-peer learning (feedback and evaluation) and self-assessment using structured video feedback. New tablet based learning tools will be demonstrated and participants will have an opportunity to try the programs and discuss the experience.|
|Evaluating fundamental movement skills in children||Simon Schaerz||Fundamental movement skills (FMS) are crucial for success in sports and lifelong involvement in physical activity. This session will focus on ways educators can evaluate FMS|
|Mobile Fitness Unit and Train the Trainer||Kim Tuttle, Scott Wildeman||Join World Health and Spa Lady, as we take you through a variety of class options to suit your Physical Education programming. Our Mobile Fitness Unit will provide certified Group Fitness Instructors, who will come to your school and provide a great experience for students of all ages and fitness levels. Our Train the Trainer program will focus on teaching you, the teacher, how to deliver these classes in your school. We will provide Group Fitness certification and specialty class training and mentorship. Come join us as we take you through 4 class options: 1) Met X - a full body, body weight, half hour, HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) program; 2) Pound – the drum stick workout that has taken the world by storm; 3) Salsa Dance Fitness; and 4) Master Mobility / Yoga.|
|Provincial Curriculum Development:
DID YOU HEAR? EXCITING CHANGES AHEAD…
|Jeff Bath, Susan Shearer||
||Hayley Degaust||Looking for ways to increase physical activity levels within your school community, especially those that promote girls’ participation in physical activity and their overall well-being? Find out how to register and implement an Alberta Medical Association (AMA) Youth Run Club or GO! Run Club at your school or throughout your district. These free, fun, and flexible programs provide Alberta schools with resources and supports needed to start up this physical activity initiative, or enhance an existing one. Hear about how the AMA Youth Run Club engages students who are not typically physically active and learn about how you (or your leadership students) can support physical literacy, surpass provincial and national averages for physical activity and positively impact student behaviour. Connect physical activity and learning, please join us.|