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Welcome to the PHE Journal: Your central hub for all things related to physical and health education. Dive into featured articles, stay up to date with relevant research, and enjoy insightful podcasts covering a variety of topics to support the teaching of quality physical and health. Learn more about the PHE Journal

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The PHE Canada Podcast, Episode 4: Reframing the Sex Talk - Let's Talk about Teaching Sexual Health Education
The PHE Canada Podcast, Episode 4: Reframing the Sex Talk - Let's Talk about Teaching Sexual Health Education
[ Podcast ] Welcome to The PHE Canada Podcast! In the fourth episode of our podcast, we speak with Certified Sexual Health Educator and founder of SHIFT Education, Jessica (Jessy) Wollen, on the many ways to...
Authored by: Jessica Wollen
The PHE Canada Podcast, Episode 3: All Gender Physical and Health Education
The PHE Canada Podcast, Episode 3: All Gender Physical and Health Education
[ Podcast ] Welcome to The PHE Canada Podcast! In the third episode of our podcast, we speak with Equity and Inclusion Consultant, Andrea Barrow, from Limestone District School Board. Alongside our incredible...
Authored by: Andrea Barrow
How Teachers and Students Can Thrive with Healthier Sleep Habits
How Teachers and Students Can Thrive with Healthier Sleep Habits
[ Feature Article ] Are you looking to improve the quality and quantity of your sleep? In this article, Dr. Rébecca Robillard and the Canadian Sleep Research Consortium discuss the importance of sleep and how both teachers and students can develop healthier sleep habits by participating in “Week for Better Sleep”.
Authored by: Dr. Rébecca Robillard
The PHE Canada Podcast, Episode 2: Healthy School Initiatives
The PHE Canada Podcast, Episode 2: Healthy School Initiatives
[ Podcast ] Welcome to The PHE Canada Podcast! In the second episode of our podcast, we speak with principal, Silvia Speck, and PHE teacher, Lisa Winters, from Avonmore Elementary School. Alongside our incredible...
Authored by: Lisa Winters, Silvia Speck
6 individuals wearing white sweaters that say, "PHE Canada Student Chapter". There are 5 Ontario Tech University students and 1 professor. The image shows PHE Canada and OTU logo on the top right and on the bottom in the centre text reads: Student Chapter in english and French
PHE Canada Student Chapter - Ontario Tech University (OTU) Feature
[ Feature Article ] This article features the PHE Canada Student Chapter at Ontario Tech University (OTU). OTU was the first established PHE Canada Student Chapter who set the stage for others across Canada. We interviewed the executive members: Danielle Bates, Michael Palermo, Jenna Kastanas, Nicole Cannata, and Meghan Homeniuk to learn about their experience and how the Chapter has supported their growth and development as PHE educators and champions.
Authored by: Danielle Bates, Michael Palermo, Jenna Kastanas, Meghan Homeniuk , Nicole Cannata
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When We Know Better, We Do Better - A Conversation About Creating Weight-Neutral Schools
[ Feature Article ] This article will share the many different conversation approaches and steps you can take as an educator to model and support students in developing a healthy relationship with their body, physical activity, and nutrition. Dr. Shelly Russell-Mayhew and Elizabeth Tingle speak to the many benefits of weight-neutral health promotion through a comprehensive school health framework. At times, teachers may feel unprepared to engage in this type of health discourse, but “when we know better, we do better”.
Authored by: Elizabeth Tingle, Dr. Shelly Russell-Mayhew

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