Learn how LTPD provided a vehicle for change in the sport of softball. Getting to first base was getting the buy-in from our P/TSO partners. Getting to second base was implementing new programs to overcome the gaps in our sport. Getting to third base was conducting our competition review. Then learn and share what it will take to get LTPD home!
Both the Utah Olympic Park and Utah Olympic Oval are taking Utah Sport for Life to heart. Not only through designing new programs but also by using the Utah Sport for Life principles to reevaluate existing programs. Discussion also includes the ability to impact FUNdamental skills on a short- and long-term basis.
A discussion on how Alberta has engaged a multi sectoral approach to implementing the principles of CS4l within the sectors of Sport, Municipal Recreation, health, Education, Early Childhood Education, and Physical Activity. Highlighting how the network was formed, who is involved in this Provincial wide network and how each sector can engage in implementation of CS4L.
(Dr. Vicki Harber & Sylvie Beliveau)
This session will provide an update to our understanding of female athlete health and the need to implement CS4L principles into the training and preparation of our female athletes. Implementation strategies will be discussed along with available evidence of its effectiveness.
(Brett Thompson & Gordon Oliver)
PHE Canada has developed a series of handbooks and online video resources to aid educators in teaching the fundamental movement skills. Using the Dartfish.tv platform, subscribers have access to a comprehensive library of videos detailing the early, mature and advanced stages of fundamental movement skill development, filmed from various different viewpoints and using key words to detail each movement. An overview of our Resource Review and Endorsement service will be presented as well as our work with the RCGA and Tennis Canada in developing sport specific resources for schools.