2023 PHE Virtual National Conference

PHE Canada and PEIPEA are now accepting presentation proposals for the 2023 Physical & Health Education National Conference in Charlottetown, PEI.


The National Conference will take place in Charlottetown, PEI May 4-6, 2023. #PHEPEI2023 will feature practical and theoretical presentations by professionals from across the country and abroad on topics such as quality physical education, quality health and well-being experiences, quality outdoor learning experiences, adapted PHE, social justice in PHE, assessment, healthy schools, and educational leadership. 

Deadline to submit your proposal: Friday, October 27, 2022.

Submit Your Presentation Proposal

Presenter Information
Please enter your country of residence
Presenter Social Media Handles
Presentation Information
If applicable, please enter the names of your co-presenters. Separate multiple names with a comma.
If your presentation is selected, this description will appear in the conference program. Please include what attendees will learn or take away from attending your session. Therefore, it is expected that the intended session be presented as described here.
This description will be used to better evaluate your proposal and if selected may be used in promotional material. The intended session must be presented as described
Language of presentation
Can present in either English or French.
Strand (select best option)
Topics and themes that support students in the development of relevant and appropriate knowledge, skills, and habits related to physical activity and movement (e.g., physical education, physical literacy, pedagogical strategies/tools).
Topics and themes that support students in the development of relevant and appropriate knowledge, skills, and habits related to health and wellbeing (e.g., health and wellness education, health literacy, pedagogical strategies/tools).
Guidance, ideas, and wise practices for implementing relevant and appropriate outdoor learning experiences in a school community (e.g., outdoor education, land-based learning, pedagogical strategies/tools).
Physical and Health Education programming and practices that are inclusive of the strengths and needs of students with a disability (e.g., equipment, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, pedagogical strategies/tools).
Frameworks and approaches that advocate for the fair distribution of power, privilege, and opportunities in Physical and Health Education (e.g., Truth & Reconciliation, anti-racism, 2SLGBTQ+ inclusion, gender equity, teaching for diversity and intersectionality).
Assessment principles and practices that support and enhance student learning in a physical and health education context (e.g., formative and summative assessment, assessment criteria, role of feedback, assessment tools).
Strategies and approaches that promote health and well-being in school communities in a planned, integrated, and wholistic way (e.g., school-wide activities, healthy school certification, recess, before and after school, intramurals, sedentary behaviour).
Guidance, ideas, and wise practices for individuals who serve in mentoring roles, supervise PHE teams, or serve at the provincial/territorial or district level (e.g., government relations, leadership skills, advocacy).
Lecture style / theatre seating
Note that screen and projector are not available in this type of space.
Note that screen and projector may not available in this type of space.
Is this a physically active session?
Target audience (select all that apply)
Have you presented this session at a previous PHE National Conference?
Were you accepted as a presenter for the 2020 PHE National Conference?
Would you be interested in presenting a virtual session in addition to your in-person session?
Are there any other special requests that we should take into consideration? We cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate all requests.


By submitting your form, you confirm the following:

  • I have read the Call for Presentations form. The information I am submitting accurately describes my status and responsibilities as a conference presenter.
  • I will register as a conference delegate and/or exhibitor if my presentation proposal is accepted. 
  • I will provide conference organizers with an electronic copy of my presentation and other supporting documents at least one week prior to the start of the conference. These files will be shared with all conference participants via the conference website and/or the conference app. 
  • I understand that should any circumstances arise prior to the conference dates that prevent me from delivering my professional development session, I will immediately contact the conference organizers.
  • I understand that PHE Canada does not require delegates to pre-register for sessions and cannot guarantee delegate attendance.
  • I understand that sales are not permitted during my professional development session.
  • I understand that any requests made above are not guaranteed unless explicitly stated in an offer to present. 
  • I will take all reasonable precautions/actions to ensure the inclusion, dignity, and safety of the delegates who attend my session.
  • I will use language and conduct that demonstrates respect for race, class, gender identity or expression, sexuality, culture, beliefs, and ability. 
  • I will abide by all venue/facility requirements and take all reasonable precautions/actions to deter any damage to the venue/facility. If any damage is done to the venue/facility as a direct result of my session, I will do my best to resolve the issue with the facility and the event organizers.

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