Health and Physical Education
"The Health and Physical Education curriculum engages students in learning about the factors that contribute to health and well-being and in building skills to…
Instagram post by Rose Marcelli, OCT, RECE • Mar 8, 2017 at 1:21am UTC
Educate.Invest.Inspire: Teaching Health and Physical Education to grades to primary, junior, and intermediate today! In health we focused on what violence means, the different types of violence (verbal/physical), and identified violence in the book as well as our lives (seen or experienced). Really great lesson!
Instagram post by Rose Marcelli, OCT, RECE • Feb 18, 2016 at 9:41pm UTC
Today we had Bounce Enterainment dj at our school for our Dance-A-Thon. They were able to actively engage student participation for all grade levels. They did a fabulous job! Should you wish to hire them for your school please visit: bounceentertainment.ca
Instagram post by Rose Marcelli, OCT, RECE • Oct 6, 2015 at 1:57am UTC
Lesson of the day: physical literacy is taught the same way as music, language, and mathematics. It begins with the basics and moves to more complex tasks as the learners master them. It is a progress that spans through out ones lifetime but it is highly important for us as educators to help our students build the basics of their physical literacy (A Day In The Life: Teaching Physical Literacy). IG: @educate.invest.inspire