New OPHEA resource supporting mental health and well-being

April 16, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

From the April OPHEA newsletter (the bolding is mine):

“Ophea is excited to announce the NEW Level Up resource. Level Up is a free bilingual online resource that supports educators and program leaders in promoting positive mental health and overall well-being with children and youth ages 6-18.  By using a proactive approach to create a supportive environment, Level Up addresses healthy living through a variety of sensitive topics related to substance use and healthy eating.

Level Up includes easy-to-use activity cards that are linked to the H&PE curriculum Living Skills expectations. The resource also features videos and posters to encourage student engagement and discussion.

Level Up today!” 

Note: you need to login to access the free resources. TDSB teachers can select the school board option, which also requires a password, that you can get from the Health and Physical Education page on the Teaching and Learning TDSBweb site (path: TDSBweb > Services dropdown menu > Teaching and Learning > Health and Physical Education > Resources > Elementary > 2010 OPHEA Curriculum Support documents). Got that?  Once you are in, you will have access to many other fabulous-supporting-the-Ontario- bilingual-curriculum- resources provided by OPHEA.

Check it out!


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