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Local Teachers Get a Lesson in Physical Literacy

On Monday, September 18, 2017, local teachers and students  learned how easy it is to incorporate physical literacy into the classroom to get students more active.  Ted Temertzoglou and Shelley Mulrooney lead 50 teachers and 20 students in 2 half-day workshops.  Have a look at this Global News Video showing them in action.  The workshops were organized by Kingston Gets Active and funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

Local teachers get physical literacy lesson






For more ways that Kingston Gets Active is building Physical Literacy in Kingston, check our Discover Physical Literacy in Kingston webpage!



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