Ontario After School ONference 2016

Papers from the ONference After School Knowledge Exchange

This Knowledge Exchange was developed by Parks and Recreation Ontario (PRO) through the ON After School Project. ON After School is a project of the Leisure Information Network (LIN) supported by the Government of Ontario and the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Main event: Toronto, Ontario
February 24, 2016

Ontario After School        Hosted by Parks and Recreation Ontario

After School Physical Literacy

When aligning physical literacy with literacy, we understand that progressions are required to develop competencies. Just as ABCs help us...

Limitless: Effective Training Techniques For Staff Working With Individuals With Special Needs

This hands-on session provides concrete examples of how to successfully include participants of all abilities in your program. Through a re...

Online After School Resources and Tools

With a growing awareness of the important role after school hours play in physical, mental and social development, programming for this...

Risky Play: Are We Raising Resilient Children? / From an injury prevention perspective

Co-Presenters: Brandy Tanenbaum and Sarah Gallsworthy, Program Coordinators, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Each year, more Canadian...

Strengthening Children’s Mental Health

This session looks at in-person training developed by HIGH FIVE®, in collaboration with Canadian Mental Health Association Ontario, to help...
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