Tag: healthy schools

Introducing… the Healthy Schools LAB!

You may have noticed that purposefulmovement.net looks a little different… After 8 years of writing this blog all on my lonesome (with a few guests, of course!) it was time to expand into a team! As such, I have invited my two favourite colleagues… Continue Reading “Introducing… the Healthy Schools LAB!”

Health and Physical Education in the Midst of a Pandemic

Note: although this post is from an Alberta-based perspective, we are confident it can be applied to other jurisdictions… On Sunday, March 15th, the Minister of Alberta Education closed schools indefinitely. March 20th, the government released: Student learning during COVID-19: Guidelines for continuing K… Continue Reading “Health and Physical Education in the Midst of a Pandemic”

What the Health?

Today, on  World Health Day, I submitted this letter (but as a more abbreviated essay version) to the Edmonton Journal (I’ll let you know if and when it gets published…) regarding the place of HEALTH in our Education curriculum. Until then, enjoy it here!… Continue Reading “What the Health?”

Josh Ogilvie

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Laura Grace Weldon

Free Range Learning, Creative Living, Gentle Encouragement, Big Questions, Poetry, Occasional Drollery

meaningfulpe.wordpress.com/

Learning About Meaningful Physical Education

EmanciPLAYtion

Emancipation Through Dialogue, Inquiry, Introspection, Praxis, and PLAY!

physedjames

Moving Forward - A Blog for PE Teachers

#slowchatPE

A question a day for Teachers with an emphasis on Health/PE

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Crossing The Chasm from Good to Great Through Authentic Leadership

Physical Education & Sport VLOGs

This site provides video based blogs on areas of interest in physical education and sport pedagogy

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"Committed to Keeping Physical with Education"

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PE, Youth Sport and Physical Activity

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