Functional Fitness Charts

ACTIVE START:
FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENTS

279.95

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-217-3
  • Recommended for Grades K to 3
  • LTAD Stages 1 and 2
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage/Carry Case


PERFECT PRACTICE:
LEARN TO PLAY

279.95

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-218-0
  • Recommended for Grades 4 to 6
  • LTAD Stages 1 and 2
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage/Carry Case


GAME ON:
READY TO PLAY

279.95

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-219-7
  • Recommended for Grades 7 to 9
  • LTAD Stages 2 and 3
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage/Carry Case


YOGA I:
BEGIN TO EXPLORE

279.95

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-216-6
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage/Carry Case


ORIGINAL SERIES:
ELEMENTARY SET

225.00

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-155-8
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage Case


ORIGINAL SERIES:
POUR LE PRIMAIRE

225.00

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-186-2
  • Includes:
         - 40 Fiches d'Entrainement
         - Manuel d'Enseignement
         - Cassette de stockage


BODY WEIGHT:
EVERYDAY EQUIPMENT

279.95

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-221-0
  • Recommended for Grades 9 to 12
  • LTAD Stages 4 to 7
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage/Carry Case


TUBING, DUMBBELL,
KETTLEBELL

279.95

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-223-4
  • Recommended for Grades 9 to 12
  • LTAD Stages 4 to 7
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage/Carry Case


MEDICINE BALL, STABILITY BALL, REACTION BALL

279.95

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-222-7
  • Recommended for Grades 9 to 12
  • LTAD Stages 4 to 7
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage/Carry Case


YOGA II:
MIND, BODY, SOUL

279.95

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-220-3
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage/Carry Case


ORIGINAL SERIES:
SECONDARY SET

225.00

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-156-5
  • Includes:
         - 40 Laminated Fitness Charts
         - Teacher's Manual
         - Storage Case


ORIGINAL SERIES:
POUR LE SECONDAIRE

225.00

Educational Net Price

  • 978-1-55077-187-9
  • Includes:
         - 40 Fiches d'Entrainement
         - Manuel d'Enseignement
         - Cassette de stockage


Doug Gleddie (Active Start: Fundamental Movements)

Dr. Doug Gleddie is an assistant professor in the Department of Physical Education at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta. Doug’s experience includes teaching Kindergarten to Grade 12 Physical Education and serving as director of the Ever Active Schools program (Alberta). He has delivered hundreds of workshops and presentations on quality Physical Education, developed curriculum, taught Physical Education pedagogy at the master’s and undergraduate levels, and published several articles in the field. Doug has received the R. Tait Mackenzie Address/ Canada Scholar Award (PHE Canada), the Robert Routledge Award and Certificate of Commendation (HPEC), and the Healthy School Community Award (Government of Alberta).

Michelle Kilborn (Active Start: Fundamental Movements)

Michelle Kilborn is a PhD student and sessional instructor in Physical Education at the University of Alberta, Department of Secondary Education. Her research is focused on the role of Health and Physical Education curriculum in a health promoting schools approach. She recently completed a secondment at Alberta Education where she contributed to the development of the Framework for Kindergarten to Grade 12 Wellness Education. Prior to moving to Alberta, Michelle taught for fifteen years in British Columbia and was president of the provincial specialists’ association, PE-BC, and a local association, Greater Victoria Physical Educators.v

Mel Trojanovic (Perfect Practice: Learn to Play)

Milena (Mel) Trojanovic has been an elementary school teacher with the Halton District School Board for twenty years, specializing in health and physical education. She is a regular workshop presenter for board initiatives, as well as for CIRA (Canadian Intramural Recreation Association) Ontario projects. Mel has been actively involved in writing and reviewing curriculum and daily physical activity resources for Ophea and the Ministry of Education. She has received the Halton District School Board Award of Distinction and the Ontario Association for the Supervision of Physical and Health Education Teacher Advocacy Award for her tireless efforts in promoting health and well-being to staff and students both locally and provincially.

Kirstin Schwass (Perfect Practice: Learn to Play)

Kirstin Schwass has been actively involved in health and physical education, coaching, and community health for over thirty years. She has a bachelor of physical education and a master’s in psychology of sport. She has taught elementary physical education at Morton Way Public School in the Peel District School Board for thirteen years, where she is the coordinator of the walk-to-school program, which received the International Walk to School Award. She has received the Peel District School Board’s Award of Excellence and the Brampton Safe City Local Heroes Award for Children’s Safety.

Carolyn Temertzoglou (Game On: Ready to Play)

Carolyn Temertzoglou teaches Health and Physical Education in the pre-service teacher education program at the Ontario Institute For Studies in Education at the University of Toronto (OISEUT). Carolyn has written and reviewed curriculum and curriculum supports for the Ministry of Education and serves on several provincial committees that advocate for quality daily Health and Physical Education programs. She is co-author of the Exercise Science Workbook/Lab Manual (Thompson Educational Publishing, 2003). Carolyn received the Ontario Supervision of Physical and Health Education Teacher Advocacy Award for her work in supporting pre-service and in-service Health and Physical Education teachers with their practice.

Shannon Patterson (Game On: Ready to Play)

Shannon Patterson is a Health and Physical Education specialist at the intermediate level, and has been teaching in the Toronto District School Board for five years. She is a Key Physical Education Teacher for the Toronto District School Board, and has had many opportunities to mentor other teachers and lead PHE Live sessions. Shannon has been involved with the Toronto Schools on the Move Program for the past four years, successfully implementing healthy initiatives within her school and community. Shannon was a member of the York University varsity basketball and track teams and is a certified personal trainer.

George Kourtis (Bodyweight: Everyday Equipment)

George Kourtis is the program coordinator for Health and Physical Education at the Toronto District School Board, and coordinator of additional qualification courses at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. His passion for Health and Physical Education is reflected in his efforts to support teachers in their quest to advocate for and promote healthy active living and lifelong physical literacy. George is an active fitness instructor, circulating from classroom to classroom and working with outside sport teams.

Carter Livingstone (Bodyweight: Everyday Equipment)

Carter Livingstone is the curriculum leader of the Health and Physical Education Department at West Hill Collegiate Institute in Toronto. He has seven years of teaching experience in the Toronto District School Board, and has also taught additional qualification courses in health and physical education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. He has presented at numerous TDSB health and physical education professional development conferences. Carter played nine years of professional lacrosse in the National Lacrosse League and five years of CIS football.

Rob Cherepuschak (Tubing, Dumbbell, Kettlebell)

Rob Cherepuschak is currently a physical education teacher at Thom Collegiate in Regina, Saskatchewan, after spending ten years at Martin Collegiate, where he played a large role in the implementation of several programs, including the Grade 9 Outdoor School and the Grade 12 Winter Residential Outdoor Experience. Rob is currently head coach of the Regina Red Sox of the Western Major Baseball League, and was the pitching coach for the Saskatchewan Selects (2001–2004) and the 2005 Canada Summer Games team. In recognition of Rob’s ability to serve as a positive role model epitomizing personal health and fitness, enjoyment of activity, sportsmanship, and sensitivity to the needs of his students, he was awarded the 2009 Physical Education Teaching Excellence Award for Saskatchewan.

Brent Adam (Tubing, Dumbbell, Kettlebell)

Brent Adam is a physical educator of seventeen years, and a certified personal trainer. For the past four years, he has been teaching at Thom Collegiate in Regina, Saskatchewan. Brent has coached a variety of sports, including football, volleyball, basketball, track, hockey, and lacrosse. He received the Saskatchewan Physical Education Association Local Initiative Award in 2000, and the Saskatchewan High School Athletic Association Outstanding Coach Award in 2004. Brent has also written the curriculum for a locally developed course called High Performance Training 20.

Rob Pacas (Medicine Ball, Stability Ball, Reaction Ball)

Rob Pacas has been teaching for over twenty years and is currently the curriculum leader of the Exceptional Athlete Program at Birchmount Park CI in Scarborough, Ontario. He has taught fitness and additional qualification classes at both the University of Toronto and York University and has instructed at numerous workshops promoting fitness concepts and styles throughout Ontario. Rob currently coaches football at Birchmount and is a trainer for a AAA Atom hockey team. He is the owner of Pro 1 Fit.com, a company that promotes and educates through a full complement of programs and products.

Jeff Weddig (Medicine Ball, Stability Ball, Reaction Ball)

Jeff Weddig has been a teacher for fifteen years, with experience that includes time in Australia, New Zealand, and at a private military school. He is currently vice-principal at John F. Ross CVI in Guelph, Ontario. A former head of physical education and athletics at Erin District High School and one of the Upper Grand District School Board's physical and health education subject chairs, Jeff was and still is a strong advocate for PHE staff and students and a tireless promoter of the philosophy of Healthy Active Living for Life. While at Erin DHS, Jeff initiated and helped to build a strong Grade 9 camp and mentorship program, as well as many PHE curriculum and extracurricular sport support programs within the school and local community. Jeff has also been a member of the coaching community for close to twenty years in the sports of rugby, lacrosse, and wrestling.

Jenny Kierstead (Yoga I: Begin to Explore, Yoga II: Mind, Body, Soul)

Jenny Kierstead is founder of the award-winning Breathing Space Yoga Studio. She has become a visionary in the yoga movement throughout Eastern Canada, and received the prestigious Woman of Excellence Award in entrepreneurship and innovation in 2009. In addition to building a thriving franchise system of yoga studios, Jenny has been instrumental in implementing yoga in public schools, as she contributed to the development of the new Yoga 11 curriculum being taught throughout Atlantic Canada. Jenny has also co-designed a yoga for autism program and a special needs yoga program.