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The Manitoba Physical Education Teachers Association is affiliated with the Manitoba Teachers Society as a special area group. MPETA is an educational and professional organization which is dedicated to serve physical education in Manitoba Schools.

News

Response to Survey on Reporting of Student Progress in Physical Education/Health Education

May 16, 2016

The Manitoba Physical Education Teachers’ Association (MPETA) and the Manitoba Physical Education Supervisors’ Association (MPESA) would like to thank the 363 individuals who recently completed the online survey on Reporting of Student Progress in Physical Education/Health Education.

The initial review of the survey results indicates that while there may be some interest in moving from one method of reporting (I.e. rubric score, percentage, or complete/incomplete) to another within certain grade groupings there is not enough conclusive data at this time to initiate any changes to the current Provincial policy on reporting student progress/achievement via the Provincial Report Card.

The MPESA and MPETA will further analyze and discuss the survey results with Manitoba Education and provide a more in-depth analysis report in an upcoming MPETA Journal.

Again both MPESA and MPETA would like to thank all respondents for their participation.

Farside 2016 Workshop

March 7, 2016

Details about the 2016 Farside workshop are now available!

Click the link below for more information and to register!

Farside Info & Reg. form

How to Encourage Healthy Body Image

January 12, 2016

Click the link below to see a document about promoting healthy body image.

Healthy Body Image

MTS Phys Ed Professional Development Day Presenters Application

January 12, 2016

On behalf of the Louis Riel School Division we are excited to be hosting the 2016 MPETA- MTS Professional Development Day on Friday October 21, 2016. Our host site will be Windsor Park Collegiate. Our theme for the conference will be “A Better High” and we are excited to have Dr. Matt Bellace as our Keynote (http://www.mattbellace.com/) Matt’s keynote address will be “What were you thinking? Communicating with Students about Sensitive Topics.”

Cette année, la conférence de développement professionnel de l’AMEEP/MPETA et de la MTS sera accueillie par la Division scolaire Louis Riel.  Nous avons très hâte de vous accueillir pour la Journée de Développement Professionnel l’AMEEP/MPETA MTS qui aura lieu le vendredi 21 octobre, 2016 à Windsor Park Collegiate.  Le thème pour la conférence est “A Better High” et nous sommes excités d’avoir Dr. Matt Bellace comme intervenant principal (http://www.mattbellace.com) “What were you thinking? Communicating with Students about Sensitive Topics.”

We are inviting interested persons from the Education, Health, Recreation and Sport sectors to consider submitting an application to present at our conference. .

In order to complete the Call for Presenters: Session Application Form , individuals simply need to click on either the English or French link to Google Forms below and complete the form and click submit.  Deadline for submissions is Friday March 11, 2016

Cette conférence pour les éducateurs du Manitoba est la plus grande journée de développement professionnel de l’année et compte de 700 à 800 participants, des exposants du marché et des animateurs. Avez-vous une idée, un programme, une initiative ou un projet d’enseignement qui devrait être partagé avec d’autres enseignants d’Éducation physique et d’Éducation à la santé au Manitoba? Avez-vous des compétences reliées à l’Éducation physique et Éducation à la santé?  OUI? Alors, veuillez considérer animer une session lors de la Conférence de développement professionnel de l’AMEEP/MPETA et de la MTS.

Voici le lien pour l’appel aux présentateurs : Formulaire de demande pour session. La date limite pour ce faire l’appel aux présentateurs est le vendredi 11 mars 2016.

English Form – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KZmp5eHXYqZ18Wzlb1lUv4drguEGIrbjvcFBYuhyOQs/edit?usp=sharing

French Form – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1aB3ZnCsYrE69X940OGyp2O94TzyuN7T2wkMYNu1CvAo/edit?usp=sharing

If you need assistance in completing the form please contact (Si tu as besoin d’aide avec le formulaire Google tu peux contacter)

Francais- Neil Crockford- neil.crockford@lrsd.net, or

English- Patrick Peacock- patrick.peacock@lrsd.net

Winter Workshops by Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship

January 4, 2016

Each winter, Park Interpreters host one-day workshops that are ideal for teachers wanting to learn how and where to take their students on field trips to provincial parks.

During the workshop we provide an overview of the Manitoba provincial park system, discuss how to prepare for park field trips, highlight educational opportunities and recreational activities in parks. The workshops also include a guided snowshoe trek and snow activities.

We have two workshops planned in January.  One at Spruce Woods Provincial Park and one in Whiteshell Provincial Park.  Please visit the website below for details, or please contact the Head of Interpretation for more information.

http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/parks/act_interp/teachers/resources.html

 

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