Ontarios Health & Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015

Ontarios Health & Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015

Ontarios Health & Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators In Catholic schools, Ontarios new HPE curriculum is an opportunity for parents and teachers to talk to students about a distinctively Catholic view of human life, sexuality, marriage, and family. - Institute for Catholic Education 2

An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators Background o In February, 2015, the Ontario Ministry of Education released revisions to the Health & Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum o 24 of the 27 (90%) expectations were already addressed in our Catholic schools through our existing Family Life Curriculum, approved by the Bishops of Ontario o Additional lessons and supplementary

material have been developed to support teachers as they address the expectations in Catholic classrooms An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 3 Objectives 1. Provide information about the Ministrys curriculum review process, and the changes made to the HPE curriculum at the elementary level. 2. Revisit the foundations of the Family Life program, and the Ontario Catholic School

Graduate Expectations. 3. Explain how the Human Development and Sexual Health expectations in the HPE curriculum will be taught in Catholic schools entirely through the Family Life curriculum, using the Fully Alive program and the supplementary materials provided by the Institute for Catholic Education. HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 3

Health & Physical Education Curriculum A Renewed Vision for Education in Ontario Achieving Excellence Ensuring Equity Promoting Well-Being Enhancing Public Confidence HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 4

Vision The revised health and physical education curriculum is based on the vision that the knowledge and skills students acquire in the program will benefit them throughout their lives and enable them to thrive in an everchanging world by helping them develop physical and health literacy as well as the comprehension, capacity, and commitment they will need to lead healthy, active lives and promote healthy, active living. HPE 2015

An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 5 An Overview of the HPE Curriculum HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 6

HPE 2015 HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 7 Living Skills Pages 2325 Pages 26-29

HPE 2015 8 Strand A: Active Living Page 25 Pages 29 HPE 2015

An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 9 Strand B: Movement Competence Skills, Concepts, Strategies Page 27 Pages 31 HPE 2015

An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 10 Strand C: Healthy Living Page 34 Pages 37-38 HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators

11 Key Changes Pedagogical Approach Currency

21st Century skills Diversity Curriculum structure Additional recent changes HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 12 Recent Updates

Healthy relationships and consent Online safety, including risks of sexting Mental health and well-being Respect for Diversity Examine the focus of the learning Supporting the learning across the curriculum

HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 13 Making Connections HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 14

Catholic Curriculum Connections HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 15 Teaching all Curriculum Through the Lens of Faith A Catholic world view is a way of looking at the world through a

Catholic Church lens. This world view is derived from Catholic Church teachings, scripture and Catholic Church traditions. These teachings, scripture and traditions form the basis of what is taught in Catholic schools. - Catholic Curriculum Cooperative of Ontario, Writing Catholic Curriculum, 2006, p.7 HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators

16 The Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 17 HPE is delivered within FLE in

Catholic Schools HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 18 The Five Themes in the Fully Alive Program HPE 2015

An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 19 Every human being is created in the image of God and redeemed by Jesus Christ, and therefore is invaluable and worthy of respect as a member of the human family. Every person, from the moment of conception to natural death, has inherent dignity and a right to life consistent with that dignity. Human dignity comes from God, not from any human quality or accomplishment. Catholic Social Teaching: Challenges and Directions

HPE 2015 An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 20 Resources to Support Catholic Teachers and Educators as they implement HPE 2015 HPE 2015

An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators 21 Need more information? Institute for Catholic Education www.iceont.ca Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario http://www.acbo.on.ca/ Ontario Ministry of Education http://edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/elementary/health.h

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