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Renouveau printanier : prochaines étapes stratégiques d’EPS Canada

(Free) Au fil de l’avenir, notre nouveau plan stratégique nous aidera à planter plus de graines et à cultiver plus de diversité.
Produit éditorial

In this Issue: Energize with New Ideas

(Free) From incorporating fitness trackers into a PE program to bringing mindfulness into teaching practices, it's an issue packed with fresh inspiration.
Revu par les pairs

Student Teachers’ Perceptions of Teaching Elementary Physical Education

(Premium) A study of teachers in a four-year elementary education degree program reveals their degree of readiness, their concerns and their discomforts when it comes to teaching elementary PE.
Leadership

Community Leader Spotlight: Brian Lewis

(Premium) Co-founder of not-for-profit organization, Growing Young Movers, doctoral candidate and PHE Canada board member Brian Lewis shares what drives and inspires him.
Sujet vedette

Educating Today’s Children Through the Lens of Mindfulness

(Premium) A look at mindfulness training in classroom scenarios, to help taechers guide students in managing stress and anxiety.
Écoles en santé

Success Story: Helping Kids Manage Stress

(Premium) One school board’s experience in building resiliency and promoting mental health.
D'un enseignant à l'autre

Teacher to Teacher: Getting Creative When a Gym is Out of Commission

(Premium) No gym? No problem. One teacher shares smart ideas for meeting curriculum requirements, even without a gymnasium.
Sujet vedette

Wearable Fitness Trackers Help Manitoba High School Reach Goals

(Premium) Grade 11 and 12 students wear Fitbit bands to track their out-of-class activity, with promising results.