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Living Well: Creating a Long-Term Framework for Sport & Physical Literacy Development – Part Four

So far in this blog series I have shared how my PHE Department worked to define what knowledge, skills and attitudes students should develop through our Physical & Health Education (PHE) program. In Part One I shared how we used the concept of Physical Literacy to shape our curriculum development process and in Part Two, how we broke …

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Living Well: Creating a Long-Term Framework for Sport & Physical Literacy Development – Part Three

In the first two parts of this blog series I shared how my PHE Department worked to define what knowledge, skills and attitudes students should develop through our Physical & Health Education (PHE) program. In Part One I shared how we used the concept of Physical Literacy to shape our curriculum development process and in Part Two, how we …

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Living Well: Creating a Long-Term Framework for Sport & Physical Literacy Development – Part Two

In Part One of this blog series I shared how the concept of Physical Literacy shaped our curriculum development process at Meadowridge School, and then, how we adapted the Canadian Sport for Life Long-Term Athlete Development model to shape its implementation. Our end goal as a PHE Department was to design a Physical & Health Education curriculum that enabled students to embody our school mission. In this second part I will share with you the next stage of our curriculum review and design project, identifying the sub-domains which would align with each of the physical literacy domains, ensuring students were being presented with learning experiences that would help them develop their physical literacy in a holistic way.

Living Well: Creating a Long-Term Framework for Sport & Physical Literacy Development – Part One

Upon undertaking my current role as the Physical & Health Education Department Head at Meadowridge School in September 2017, one of our department goals was to iterate a profile of what a physically educated student of Meadowridge looks like. We strove to define what knowledge, skills and attitudes students should develop through our Physical & Health Education (PHE) program. …

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