Making Physical Literacy Work for your Class

Come ready to move, because this interactive workshop shows you how physical literacy instruction can work in your class. Learn fun activities based on the principles of physical literacy and see how easy it is to include these in the gym, classroom or playground. Learn the “how to” and find out how to include this approach in your K-7 physical education planning. This could revolutionize the way you teach physical activity and physical literacy.

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Wear comfortable clothes to move in. We will be using as an engagement tool throughout the session. Participants can join by using their cellphone, tablet or opening a new tab on their web browser. 


1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

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  • Sport for Life
    Mackenzie Coyle

    Mackenzie Coyle is the Coordinator of Community Sport Services for PacificSport Fraser Valley. She holds a BHK, specializing in Movement Science from the University of Windsor and a Graduate Diploma in Sports Business Management from Durham College. Mackenzie delivers a variety of multisport programs in the Fraser Valley for youth aged 5 to 12 and facilitates physical literacy and physical education focused workshops for recreation leaders and teachers. Mackenzie loves keeping active and since moving from Ontario you can often find her outside running, hiking, and backpacking in the mountains and playing or coaching volleyball on the beach or in the gym!