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Focus on FUNdamentals and Infusing Play Into Every Day

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Facilitator(s): Tracy Lockwood
Date:November 29, 2017
Time:9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Cost:
$50.00
(includes lunch, which is not prepared in a nut/gluten-free environment)
Location: Edmonton (Languages Centre at Woodcroft)
13750 Woodcroft Avenue
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Course code: 18-EL-131

Who should attend

Grades K-3 Educators and Physical Education Specialists

There will be physical activities so please wear comfortable clothing and footwear.

About this learning opportunity

Fun is an important ingredient needed to maximize participation and encourage physical activity. In fact, engaging in fun activities sparks interest, cultivates joy, and promotes lifelong participation, which all contribute to the development of physical literacy.

In this morning presentation, Tracy will provide a ton of activity ideas to teach fundamental movement and sport skills, which will also serve as a guide for planning for a fun, challenging and active learning environment. The activities shared will be acquired from the new resource: Focus on FUNdamentals and you will leave with sample cards to use right away.   

Purposefully choosing activities that encourage play can establish the basis for life-long participation. This afternoon interACTIVE session will focus on activities that promote positive social interactions, develop fundamental movement skills, foster confidence, inspire creative self-expression and support multidisciplinary experiences. This includes making connections to curricular outcomes that infuse more play into your day.  

This learning opportunity is being provided through funding from Alberta Education.

About the facilitator(s)

Tracy Lockwood is the Founder of PLAY Education Consulting. She is a certified K-12 PE Teacher and has over 20 years of experience as an educator. Her experience includes working with K-12 students in Alberta, Canada and in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She was employed as an HPE consultant for nearly 10 years where she developed and facilitated hundreds of workshops for thousands of professionals.  As a Master Trainer for the National Coaching Certification Program and DANCEPL3Y, her skills are vast. Tracy is a lifelong learner and has completed her Masters in Educational Leadership from the University of Portland. She has a passion for all things physical education, physical literacy and physical activity and her interactive and dynamic facilitation style will have you moving, laughing, connecting and smiling. Specifically, she loves working with others sharing quality physical literacy-based activities, creating experiences through play and inspiring adults, children & youth to participate in physical activity. Visit her website @ www.playeducation.ca  

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