Webinars

To provide ongoing professional learning opportunities for our members, we are excited to offer a range of webinars on various topics related to teaching and learning in PHE. New in the 2021/22 academic year, we will be hosting monthly/bi-monthly webinars, so be sure to check back here regularly as well as on our social media feeds. 

Webinars are free and accessible for members only. Click on the link to become a member.

 

Upcoming Webinars

September 23, 2021 7-8:30 PM | Mental Health Literacy: What is it and whose job is it to teach?

Curious about what mental health literacy can look like in PHE? Join Sherry Stade for an interactive webinar where she shares a variety of promising practices and resources for teaching mental health literacy. Sherry takes a deep dive into the role of the PHE teacher teaching about mental health and shares some strategies for increasing student engagement.

Sherry Stade is an experienced PHE teacher and the Health Promoting School Coordinator in School District No. 73.

To register: fill out the Google form and be sure to include your email address so we can send you the Zoom link on the day of the webinar. 

 

Past Webinars

Access to past webinars (password protected for members only)
 

March 7, 2019 | Changing our minds about PHE in BC | Guy Le Masurier

BC’s PHE curriculum shifts the focus from traditional sports and activities to participation, healthy choices, and health and wellness advocacy. This shift may challenge many professionals perspective and practice. Guy Le Masurier discusses his approach to integrating the big ideas into Middle/Secondary programs to support adolescent physical and health literacy.

 

April 17, 2019 | Aligning our practices with BC’s PHE curriculum | Josh Ogilvie

This webinar highlights manageable ways to use all aspects of the BC curriculum learning standards to create alignment between planning and implementation of our unit and lesson plans. Josh also looks at how to design and use different types of assessment tools to support, enhance, and communicate student learning as it relates to the PHE learning standards.