Tag: physical health education

My story of physical and health education

For the new class—EDCP 320: Physical and Health Education—we’ve been asked to write a reflective story on our experience with physical health. Here are the questions I’ve been asked to consider: What is your story about Physical and Health Ed teachers? What stories do we hear about PHE teachers? What stories do we hear about…
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First People’s Principles of Learning and Physical Health Education

My experience with an Aboriginal Support Worker Prior to this course I took the Aboriginal Education course in the B.Ed program, where we learned about the FPPL in some depth. I’ve also been lucky enough to have Deana, a member of the Musqueam Nation, an Aboriginal Resource Support Worker, come to my practicum class every…
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Physical Health Education Curriculum Deep Dive

For class this week we took a deep dive into the BC Physical Health Education Curriculum. I created flow charts for the  four primary curricular areas in PHE (see bottom of this post). The flow charts make it very easy to create Aligned Learning Experiences because all you need to do is take the big…
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What physical literacy means to me

Physical literacy for me has developed later in life. I played baseball fairly seriously as a child, but in my teens I turned away from the sport. I was one of those students who decided in my teens that sports weren’t for me. I felt very awkward in my body and grew to hate phys-ed.…
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