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Quality Coaching Collective Digital Summit

"Can We Play a Game Now?"

A question that is asked time and again by students in your class or players on your team. All kids love playing games, but how can we make sure the games we play have purpose and meaning?

    Quality Coaching Collective Digital Summit
    November 9th 2017 @ 3pm PST/7pm EST
    3 x 30 minute webinars followed by Q&A

    Join leaders in the field of physical education, coaching and game design for a professional learning opportunity designed to enhance your practice and leave you positioned to deliver purposeful physical education and coaching through the teaching of games.

    COST: $25

    Includes:

    • Access to 3 Digital Summit Sessions
    • Q&A with Presenters
    • Presenter Slides & Resources
    • Replay available for those unable to attend live
     

    Presenters

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    Glenn Young
    Physical Educator &
    Educational Change Consultant

    WHAT?

    • Setting the Stage
    • Games Categories
    • Games Hierarchy

    Mark Verbeek
    Physical Educator &
    Movement Education Consultant

    WHY?

    • Leading Games
    • Small Sided Games
    • Comprehensive Games with Physical Literacy embedded

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    Nathan Horne
    Physical Educator
    Founder iPhys-Ed.com

    HOW?

    • Designing Games for Learning
    • Assessing Games for Learning
       

    The Right Honourable Paul Martin, Alex Bilodeau, Dr. Cindy Blackstock to Speak at National Paediatric Health Care Conference

    This article originally appeared on the CAPHC Conversations blog. 

    The largest annual meeting of the child and youth healthcare provider community in Canada will be taking place October 22-24 in Montréal, Québec. The Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres (CAPHC) Annual Conference engages a broad stakeholder group of approximately 400 delegates that includes Hospital CEOs, Chief Financial Officers, Senior Administrators, Physicians, Clinical Directors, Multidisciplinary Practitioners, Policy Makers, Researchers, Families, Youth and many others.

    In partnership with the Montreal Children’s Hospital and the Shriners Hospital for Children -- Canada, CAPHC is honoured to welcome a number of experts in the paediatric health care field to our conference this year.

    The Right Honourable Paul Martin will join delegates as the opening Keynote speaker to talk about The Martin Family Early Years Initiative. In this highly interactive opening keynote presentation, the Right Honourable Paul Martin will share with conference delegates some of the progress his initiative has made to provide a continuum of services, and culturally appropriate early childhood programming for Indigenous children and families prior to kindergarten. Following this overview, Mr. Martin will be looking to engage in an open and honest dialogue to learn from the collective experience of the delegation.

    Alexandre Bilodeau and members of his family will speak to Achieving Excellence in the Face of Adversity. As our Motivational Keynote speakers, we will hear their stories of a young family, trying to balance the needs of a child with cerebral palsy, with the needs of two other children, including one on a path that would eventually lead to Olympic greatness. This session will be hosted by television and TSN radio broadcaster, Ian Mendes.

    The Closing Keynote address will be given by Dr. Cindy Blackstock. Her talk on Reconciling History – Jordan’s Principle will discuss how history matters and reconciliation requires that we learn from it. This presentation unpacks contemporary inequities to demonstrate their historical roots and the many solutions that are available to fix them.

    A full list of 2017 CAPHC Annual Conference speakers and presentations can be found on the CAPHC website at www.conference.caphc.org.

    W2A Toronto: Reconciliation 150 & Youth (Toronto, ON)

    Central Toronto, ON (TBC) 
    October 14, 2017 (Saturday) 12:00-6:00 p.m.
    Free event for youth (Refreshments provided)

    Description

    • Bringing youth together to discuss how to mobilize for reconciliation
    • Share promising practices for youth working together to promote well being
    • Come with your experience, wisdom and passion to share

    Facilitated by the W2A Youth Advisory Committee of Wisdom2Action.

    Support from Laidlaw Foundation Resilience 150 PopUp