Is your physical & health education class inclusive & inviting for all girls?
PHE Canada’s short infographic poster is a short checklist evaluation on if your class, physical activity or recreational space is inclusive for all girls of all ages and abilities or not. The goal is to create awareness and help educators and leaders foster supportive sport environments for girls and young women.
Is your physical & health education class inclusive and supportive for transgender, non-binary & Two-Spirit students?
PHE Canada developed this short evaluation checklist for organizations, classrooms, and physical education classes to help activity leaders and educators develop strategies to create more inclusive and supportive spaces for gender-diverse students and athletes.
She Plays Project: Participant-centred design at work
The project used participant-centred design, a strategy that puts athletes’ experiences and needs at the forefront to empower and encourage them to participate in sport. This project focused on girls’ participation aged 11 to 14. This resource highlights the impact of this approach and shows key strategies that sport groups can use to create change.
Inclusive Playgrounds Resource
The Canadian Disability Participation project developed this resource, which is intended for any group or individual concerned with inclusion and accessibility in playgrounds. The resource provides recommendations for those working to create play spaces for people of all ages and abilities.
Road Map to Inclusion
This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities. OneAbility and Recreation Integration Victoria have created the 'Disability & Diversity: Education to Promote Active Living' project infographics. These posters are