Tag: fitness

Bleep the Beep: A short rant about fitness tests in #physed and the aim of being healthy and active

Guest post by Chelsi Ryan. I was in the 4th grade the first time I remember being acutely aware of the fact that I just didn’t measure up to my peers. I was 9 and had just “failed” the Beep Test (more formally, the… Continue Reading “Bleep the Beep: A short rant about fitness tests in #physed and the aim of being healthy and active”

Rebranding

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”

Fit for PhysEd?

A little while back, as part of his blog entitled “Help me, help me”, @SchleiderJustin posted the following question for #slowchatpe: Q3: Should physical education teachers be physically fit barring medical reasons? Why? I threw out a fairly quick answer that included something like,… Continue Reading “Fit for PhysEd?”

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