Physical Health and Education (PHE) Canada
Awards to Canada K-12 health teachers for excellence in health education. The award will be given to teachers who motivate their students to pursue healthy habits and lifestyles, renew their skills with professional development opportunities, and have made an impact on colleagues in other schools and in the community.
The application package must demonstrate how the nominee:
- Provides a quality health education program, based on the provincial curriculum using sound pedagogical principles consistent with Comprehensive School Health (CSH). Specifically, provide information about how the nominee supports and implements the four pillars of CSH: Healthy Policy, Teaching and Learning, Healthy Social and Physical Environments, and Partnerships and Services. Also, describe the area(s) of health in which the nominee has contributed. For example, physical, social, emotional and/or spiritual.
- Serves as a role model epitomizing a healthy lifestyle.
- Has made a positive impact in the field of health education beyond the school. For example, involves agencies from the community in curriculum delivery, or has contributed to development or implementation of school or school division policy.
- Has made a substantial contribution to the field by positively impacting the teaching of health education curriculum in the school, region, and province.
- Participates in professional development opportunities related to the teaching of health education. It is intended that the nominee not only attend professional development opportunities but also shares their expertise with colleagues locally, regionally, provincially, or nationally.
GrantWatch ID#: 158387
Up to 3 recipients are selected for this award each conference cycle.
National Award for Teaching Excellence in Health Education recipients receive:
- Award recognition plaque
- Recognition in the Annual Report and on the website
- Recognition during the next PHE Canada National Conference
- Complimentary registration at the next PHE Canada National Conference (travel and accommodations are not included)
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit a nomination: https://phecanada.ca/inspire/national-award-teaching-excellence-health-education/national-award-teaching-excellence
Physical and Health Education Canada
301-2197 Riverside Drive
Canada: Alberta; British Columbia; Manitoba; New Brunswick; Newfoundland and Labrador; Northwest Territories; Nova Scotia; Nunavut; Ontario; Prince Edward Island; Quebec; Saskatchewan; Yukon;
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