From the President(Premium) PHE Canada held its 2019 Conference in Montreal, returning to where it all began for physical education in Canada.
Peer Reviewed(Premium) This paper considers whether there is a need for a shift in the use and type of professional development in the field of physical and health education in order for the profession to be seen as a high-priority subject.
Editorial(Free) PHE Canada National Award winners; the R. Tait McKenzie address from this spring's Annual Conference, a tribute to PHE pioneer May Brown, two peer-reviewed articles, practical advice on PE classroom management, and much more.
Feature(Premium) Read the complete keynote address from Dr. Paul Wright, delivered at the 2019 PHE Conference in Montreal.
Feature(Premium) This health promotion coordinator from Yukon is passionate about improving sexual health indicators in the territory.
In the News(Premium) A teacher, coach, advocate, pioneer and politician: May Brown's 99 years are remembered as remarkable, passionate and filled with purpose.
Dance Education(Premium) Access new, free resources from Canada's National Ballet School that feature Indigenous dance artists, activities, music and lesson plans.
Peer Reviewed(Premium) This study considers whether a physical education teacher’s initiative made it possible to increase unmotivated students’ expectation of success and reduce the sense of pressure in class.
Featured Resource(Free) Teach Resiliency, a mental health program providing practical and evidence-informed resources and tools to support school mental health for both students and teachers, is launching a new webinar series.
Teacher to Teacher(Premium) Colleagues offer strategies to keep students listening, engaged and learning for every minute of physical education class.