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Congrès national virtuel d'EPS 2022

Le programme du Congrès national virtuel d’EPS 2022 inclut plus de 35 séances en direct et sur demande, présentées par des figures de proue dans le domaine de l’EPS et des leaders dans une variété de secteurs. Ces séances vous renforceront la confiance en vous conférant des outils pédagogiques pratiques et des idées innovatrices pour approfondir vos compétences pédagogiques en éducation physique et à la santé, dans le contexte éducatif actuel et au-delà.

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Le Congrès national virtuel d’éducation physique et à la santé 2022 propose deux types de présentations : les séances « Pleins feux » diffusées en direct et les séances préenregistrées des Champions et championnes, disponibles sur demande.

Les séances Pleins feux seront diffusées en direct sur deux jours; trois séances se diffuseront simultanément à chaque tranche horaire. Toutes les séances diffusées en direct seront enregistrées pour les écouter ultérieurement, à un moment qui vous conviendra. Votre inscription à l’évènement vous procure un accès à toutes les 35 séances et ce, jusqu’à la fin du mois d’août.

(D’autres séances s’ajouteront au programme au fur et à mesure que les détails seront finalisés. Les titres et descriptions de séances sont sous réserve de modification.)


Building Healthy Minds Through Physical Activity
Sue Kim | Master’s candidate, School Psychology, University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario

Being ‘Inclusive’ in Physical Education: Using Collaboration, Student Voice and Non-traditional Activities to Break the Mould
Hayley Morrison |  Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta

Gender Inclusivity in PHE: Evolving Our Practice
LJ Slovin (PhD in Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of British Columbia), Vancouver, BC; Dillon Landi (Lecturer in Education, University of Strathclyde), Glasgow, UK

Young people experience physical and health education (PHE) in a variety of ways. In this session, we attempt to peek through a window to better understand the experiences of marginalised young people in PHE classes. We will then consider how historical residues of past practices continue to shape the field’s future. We conclude the session by providing concrete examples of how PHE departments can transform classroom cultures and teaching strategies to make our practices relevant to young people’s movement experiences.

Gender Inclusivity in PHE: Evolving Our Practice
LJ Slovin (PhD in Curriculum and Pedagogy, University of British Columbia), Vancouver, BC; Dillon Landi (Lecturer in Education, University of Strathclyde), Glasgow, UK

Strategies for Improving Uptake and Implementation Quality of Social-Emotional Learning Programs: Lessons Learned From the MindUp Project
Claire Crooks |  Director, Centre for School Mental Health, Western University
London, Ontario

Metis Jigging
Madelaine McCallum | Cree/Métis dancer, speaker, and choreographer
Île-à-la-Crosse, SK

Engaging Youth in Grade 7/8 in Rethinking Masculinity Norms: How a Guys' Only Health Class Brings Positive Changes to the Health and Well-being of Youth in a Nova Scotia Classroom.
Moe Green (Health Education Consultant, Guys Work) & Chris Gilham, PhD (Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, St Francis Xavier University)
Antigonish, Nova Scotia

Sexual Health Education in Schools: Guidelines for Best Practice and Tools for Implementation
Jessica Wood |  Research Specialist, Sex Information & Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN)
Toronto, Ontario

Setting up the Ultimate Outdoor School Program
Darin Faubert | Principal,  Wadena Composite School, Horizon School Division
Wadena, Saskatchewan

Indigenous Perspectives on Physical and Health Education:  How do I see Assessment?
Brenda Delorme (Instructional Resources Analyst), Norbert Mercredi (Land Based Physical Education/Health Facilitator), Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Financial Literacy - Balance and Interconnectedness to Holistic Well-Being
Miya Inkster | Financial Literacy Facilitator and Community Development Specialist 
Duncan, British Columbia

Unstructured Risky Play: What It Is and Why It Matters in PHE
Megan Zeni | PhD student and PHE lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia

Active Smarter Kids (ASK): A Physically Active Learning (PAL) Model for Curriculum Delivery
Britt Vegsund | NS ASK Project Lead, Municipality of the District of Lunenburg
Cookville, Nova Scotia

Implementing Anti-Racism in Physical Education
Courtney Szto | Assistant Professor, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Queen's University
Kinston, Ontario

Creating Meaningful Experiences in Health Education
Dr. Lauren Sulz | Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta

“Affirming Gender Diversity” in Canadian Schools
Wes Delve | Program Officer, International and Social Justice Program, Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF/FCE)
Ottawa, Ontario

Clearing the Haze: Understanding Youth Vaping and Preventing a New Generation of Nicotine Addiction
Sarah Butson | Public Affairs and Policy Analyst, Canadian Lung Association
Ottawa, Ontario

It Starts With Motivation
Steeve Ager | CEO, Réseau Accès Participation
Montreal, Quebec

Approaching PE Differently
Kellie Baker (Program Development Specialist, Physical Education K-12, NL Department of Education), Christan Murphy (K-6 PE Specialist, Cowan Heights and Bishop Abraham schools)
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador

Why Schools Need to Make the Time, Space and Freedom for Outdoor Risky Play - Now More Than Ever
Mariana Brussoni | Director, Human Early Learning Partnership; Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics & School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia

Programme de leadership BOKS pour les élèves de votre école
Kim St-Pierre | Manager, Business Development, BOKS Canada
Montreal, Quebec

‘Just Pass Me the Ball’ :(Re)Envisioning Sport and Physical Education
Sabrina Razack | Educator in the Toronto area; PhD Candidate, University of Toronto 
Toronto, Ontario

Pour consulter les descriptions des Séances des Champions et championnes, veuillez cliquer ici.