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In this Issue: More Movement!

(Free) This edition of the Journal features ideas on helping children to move more, make healthier choices, engage in after school programs, and more
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10 Ways to Improve Physical Culture in Our Schools

(Premium) One professor proposes a multi-point manifesto for improving the health and well-being of Canadian children
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Community Leader Spotlight: Lorrie Lombardi

(Premium) A Toronto-based physical education teacher, coach and teacher educator inspires and motivates her east-end community
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Peer Review: A Five-Part Unit for Teaching Healthy Nutrition to Adolescents

(Premium) Researchers present an adaptable teaching framework for helping students make healthy nutrition choices
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Peer Review: Reclaiming Indigenous Ways, Part I

(Premium) First of a two-part series on Reclaiming Indigenous Ways: The evolution of theory in the Rec and Read/AYMP after school mentorship programs
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Peer Review: An Evaluation of Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity in an Elementary School QDPE Program

(Premium) One study examines whether children could attain 50% MVPA during PE class time, when led by a kinesiology trained PE specialist
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Peer Review: Daily Physical Activity Implementation: From Policy to Practice

(Premium) A review of recent research considers the impact of posting DPA policy on school websites, plus recommendations for more effective support of DPA implementation
Éducation à la danse

Des organisations de danse misent sur le partenariat et la collaboration pour maximiser leur impact

(Premium) Dansons ensemble et ArtsAround s’associent pour aider à intégrer la danse dans plus de salles de classes, d’améliorer le savoir-faire physique et d’encourager l’expression artistique
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Teacher to Teacher: Using Social Media in Class

(Premium) Teachers offer advice on how make the most of Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to engage and motivate students

Physical and Health Education: An Event Horizon?

(Premium) Read the full text of the R. Tait McKenzie Scholarly Address from PHE Canada's recent National Conference, given by Dr. Antony Card of Memorial University of Newfoundland