Disability-Centred Movement: Supporting Inclusive Physical Education e-Learning Module

2023-24 eLearning Updates 
Ophea’s interactive e-Learning modules are 1-2 hours in length and feature a variety of instructional methods. Certificates of completion are provided once modules are completed successfully. You can continue to enroll in any of the modules up until June 30th, 2024. 

After this date, enrollment will be closed until August 12th, 2024. If you have already enrolled in the module, you may continue to access it to complete and download your certificate until July 15th, 2024. The revised versions for the 2024/2025 school year will be available on our website the week of August 12th, 2024. 

This e-Learning module is designed to support educators in creating a meaningful, inclusive physical education program for students with disabilities to develop their physical literacy skills and to enrich their physical activity experiences. 

By completing this e-Learning module, we hope that you will have the opportunity to:

  • Increase your awareness of a variety of disabilities and accommodations that may be used to support students in developing their movement competence in various physical activity settings;
  • Deepen your understanding of the three types of accommodations that may be needed for students with disabilities - Instructional, environmental and assessment;
  • Explore examples of how each type of accommodation may be used to assist students in achieving their individual learning goals;
  • Explore a suggested framework to assist you in navigating the Individual Education Plan (IEP) process;
  • Engage with scenarios and guiding questions to assist you in navigating practical Steps to Program Planning for a range of abilities; and, 
  • Access frequently asked questions to build your confidence to design meaningful, inclusive physical education experiences for students with disabilities.  

If you’d like to obtain the e-Learning module to integrate within your Board’s learning management system, please contact professionallearning@ophea.org.