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Thursday, February 27 • 9:45am - 10:45am
From Physical Education to Physical Literacy… Why the Shift?

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What does it mean to be physically literate? What is the difference between physical education and physical literacy? The answer lies within the 4 cornerstones of the concept, whereby social emotional regulation plays an important role in the development of the physical competence of the whole child. Come ready to participate in an activity session that will address physical literacy fundamentals for lifelong, healthy living. Learn new activities you can perform with students that provide emotional support as we move towards a new competency-based curriculum!

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Stacey Hannay

Consultant - Comprehensive School Health, Edmonton Public Schools
Stacey Hannay is a doctoral student whose work falls within the ideal of theorizing curriculum and teacher professional development. Specifically, her area of research lies with: Teachers conceptualizations of physical literacy. She is currently a teacher/consultant with Edmonton... Read More →