OPHEA releases new human development and sexual health lesson plans

January 15, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

OPHEA has announced the launch of new elementary (K-8) lesson plans that support the human development  and sexual health expectations of the 2015 Ontario health and phys ed curriculum.

From the announcement:

“This resource provides 130 ready-to-use lesson plans per grade, student templates and assessment tools.”

“Each grade in Ophea’s H&PE Curriculum Resources: Grades 1-8 includes:

  • Introductory content with detailed background information
  • 20-25 units including unit overviews, lesson plans and additional teacher and student resources
  • Division-specific appendices which include warm-up and cool-down activities, a safe stretching guide, program planning information and four sample timetables as well as teaching and learning tools and strategies”

To access these resources, teachers must belong to subscribing organization, which TDSB does/is. You can find the TDSB password on the Teaching & Learning TDSBweb site >Health & Physical Education > Resources. “Please note that the subscriber login process has changed. To access Ophea’s H&PE Curriculum Resources, all individuals from subscribing organizations will now need to login using a personalized ophea.net account.”

Note too (from the January 2016 e-connediton):

“Join us for three webinars to support the implementation of the elementary Human Development and Sexual Health curriculum and Ophea’s new lesson plans. The webinars will be available in English and French to all Ontario educators and public health professionals (no subscription needed and will be provided at no cost).

Webinar #1:Understanding the Human Development & Sexual Health Curriculum and Ophea’s New Implementation Supports: Grades 1-8

Date: January 25, 2016 (French is January 26, 2016)
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST

For more information, and to register click here. ”

Check it out! Rowan

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