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Thursday, February 18 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Teaching practices to support positive physical activity, wellness and Indigenous perspectives

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This session is a showcase of four Professional Inquiry Projects recently completed by University of Lethbridge Intern Teachers during their practicum. Brady compiled a wide range of engaging, skills-based games for Physical Education, Brae implemented talking circles in her high school physical education class, Kit developed lessons and highlighted research related to eating disorders among adolescents, and Kate worked with University Instructor Don Shade of Kainai Nation to incorporate Blackfoot Values into her everyday teaching. The presenters will share their process of identifying and responding to a specific need, implementing and refining various strategies with students, and reflecting on the results on their inquiry. Each project includes a website or other ready-to-implement material, and you will leave the session with concrete resources you can adapt to your own context. The four projects (and all projects from the Bi-annual Professional Inquiry Project Symposium) are available at www.uleth.ca/education/celebrating_inquiry.

Speakers
avatar for Kate Lawless

Kate Lawless

University of Lethbridge Graduate
My name is Kate Lawless and I graduated the University of Lethbridge with a B.A. (General Humanities) and B.Ed (Early Childhood Specialization) in December 2020. I am currently a substitute teacher through the Calgary Board of Education. In addition to teaching Grade 1/2 in my final... Read More →
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Brae Clowes

University of Lethbridge Graduate
Brae Clowes is a Kinesiology major who graduated from the University of Lethbridge with a combined BA/BEd degree this Fall. In addition to teaching, Interns engage in a professional inquiry project (PIP) and conduct research throughout their final practicum. Brae's research question... Read More →
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Brady Newton

Student Teacher, University of Lethbridge
Brady Newton is a Kinesiology major and will graduate in Spring 2021. Brady was a teacher Intern in the University of Lethbridge Faculty of Education Professional Semester III program during Fall 2020. In addition to teaching half time, University of Lethbridge Interns engage in a... Read More →
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Kit Zachery

University of Lethbridge Graduate
Kit Zachery is a recent graduate from the University of Lethbridge, and is just starting work as a grade 1/2 teacher. Her presentation will summarize her Personal Inquiry Project from her PSIII, which was about disordered eating and surrounding maladaptive beliefs and understandings... Read More →



Thursday February 18, 2021 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Conv Zoom-14