Physical Education Online – Toddle Talks Webinar

I am inviting you to watch the recording of the webinar I presented at Toddle Talks. It highlights the PSPE learning experiences that I have created for Toddle Community users and it aimed to answer the following questions: What are the similarities and differences between face-to-face and online PE sessions? How does your online lessonContinue reading “Physical Education Online – Toddle Talks Webinar”

Toddle Talks

Looking forward to meeting you in this professional development opportunity offered by Toddle. Register here.

Children – Get Out of Their Way! (1)

Without any further introduction or wasting words: we all have a different learning environment in the present context and we need to maintain high levels of mental and physical health. Step 1 I and my two children ( 8 and 12 ) sat at the table and brainstormed simple exercises that we can do inContinue reading “Children – Get Out of Their Way! (1)”

Education. Health. Choice

When supervising my students in the cafeteria I was attracted by some of their snacks and lunch boxes. I thought of the moms or maids putting thought and effort early in the morning while preparing the food for the kids. Then the idea came into my mind: I will take some pictures with these nutritiousContinue reading “Education. Health. Choice”

PE Display Ideas

Physical Education is not the easiest subject to organize boards, but is definitely attainable with dedication and  clear purpose in mind.  This year I moved to a new school and thanks to the principal’s vision we have a display policy in place that regulates the way we communicate students’ learning, actions and outcomes. The PEContinue reading “PE Display Ideas”

FitSwim Stamford: Strength. Swimming. Performance.

  The healthy development of the whole person benefits from the ability to move with competence and confidence in a wide variety of physical activities. As a fitness professional I firmly believe that physical strength is the basis of all the things we want to do with our body in life: work, play, hike orContinue reading “FitSwim Stamford: Strength. Swimming. Performance.”

Say ‘YES’ to PE #FitWork!

The purpose of #Fitwork is to empower our students to transfer knowledge and understanding beyond school’s environment and to initiate meaningful actions that may enhance their physical activity level and change lifestyle behaviors. The first monthly PE homework in grade 4 will be aired this weekend. Initiated by @mrobrienman, the activity is planned by the PEContinue reading “Say ‘YES’ to PE #FitWork!”

Leadership Understanding in Grade 3

We were impressed about the homework that connected with Alex’s unit of inquiry in grade 3. The central idea is: “Leadership can be exhibited in different settings and scopes”. Through the key concepts of form, perspective and responsibility, students inquire about the characteristics of leaders, circumstances that shape them, and various opportunities for leadership thatContinue reading “Leadership Understanding in Grade 3”

Special Play Holiday

Weeks ago, my friends asked me about computer games or applications that I would recommend for children. Without using any searching engine, I do have my favourite ones, as an educator and parent. Usually, our children ask for the iPad to see a movie or cartoons. I do my best to distract their focus soContinue reading “Special Play Holiday”

Fit’n’Wit Kidz – Meaningful Fitness

Fit’n’Wit Kidz’ is a program designed and planned as an entertaining fitness activity focusing to offer a better understanding of living a healthy lifestyle by students and parents. Fit’n’Wit Kidz. Physical. Education. Fun. ‘Fit’n’Wit Kidz’ is an activity where we practice basic movement skills and co-operative games with a high dose of fun. This isContinue reading “Fit’n’Wit Kidz – Meaningful Fitness”