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.

Target Audience

K-7

Sessions

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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Presenter

  • Sport for Life
    Jessica Waterman
  • Sport for Life
    Tanya CasteƱeda

    Tanya is the Coordinator of In-School Support for the Sport for Life Society. Originally from Mexico City, Tanya moved to Victoria 10 years ago. Her background is Leisure Management, Marketing and Logistics, and she has an MBA. Tanya has travelled through 13 countries and her favourite journey so far was to Everest base camp. She completed a yoga teacher training back in 2016 in the Himalayas – Kalimpong, India. She enjoys dancing, hiking, camping, tennis and watersports.

  • Chantiel Drschiwiski

    Chantiel Drschiwiski is a community leader who loves helping all people find new activities to feel passionate about, and to help them discover how amazing they can be! For Chantiel, life is all fun. Why make practice repetitious and tedious when you can give it a twist to make it fresh and exciting. Chantiel works with Engage Sport North as a leader in physical literacy she is an NCCP certified coach who has mentored under some of our countries finest instructors. Her time is spent pursuing her love for outdoor sports – you can find her out on the hiking trails, rock climbing, snowboarding, riding her horses or out on the adult sized obstacle course that she built in her backyard.