A Journey through Canada’s NEW Food Guide: What Educators Need to Know
A discussion on Canada’s Food Guide and how to support students’ understanding of Canada's Food Guide.
Ask a Dietitian: Explore Nutrition Facts and the H&PE Curriculum Webinar
An open Q-and-A format where you can ask nutrition questions, confirm or expose long-held nutrition beliefs; explore teaching ideas, and leave feeling empowered to help inspire your students.
Human Development and Sexual Health
Human Development and Sexual Health in the Elementary H&PE Curriculum
This webinar will explore Strand D: Healthy Living in the 2019 Elementary Health and Physical Education curriculum.
Human Development and Sexual Health in the Elementary H&PE Curriculum: Peer-Sharing Session
This session will be a discussion based peer-sharing opportunity and we ask that participants come ready to participate, ask questions and share ideas.
Substance Use, Addictions and Related Behaviours
Ask Us: Vaping and Making Connections to the Elementary H&PE Curriculum
Join us and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) for an hour-long Q&A session on vaping and its connections to the Health and Physical Education (H&PE) curriculum for grades 1-8.
Mental Health and Well-Being
Ask a Dietitian: Supporting Educator Nutrition and Well-being
This hour-long session is an open Q-and-A format with a dietitian, to educate and bring awareness to the importance of nutrition for ourselves.
Beginning the Discussion: An Overview of the 2019 Elementary Health and Physical Education Curriculum
Social-emotional learning skills and mental health literacy in the context of H&PE will be introduced as a lead up to the next webinar in this series of webinars.
DPA: Thinking Outside the Gym
Gain essential tools including fun fitness activities and games, along with curriculum connections for the provincially mandated initiative.
Get In The Game With Teaching Games for Understanding
You’ll learn about Teaching Games for Understanding’s four game categories and how these skills and strategies are transferable between a wide range of activities and games.
Personal Safety and Injury Prevention
Are we doing it all wrong? Physical activity, risk and resilience
Explore how physical activity promoters can integrate risky play in the same public health space as injury prevention efforts to eliminate preventable injuries.
Drawing the Line on Sexual Violence in Ontario
This webinar is designed for grades 7-12 educators to discuss the use of education for sexual violence prevention.