HALO Research Coordinator Stacey Alpous presented the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL) in Thunder Bay on February 19th as part of Ontario Society for Health and Fitness Winter 2016 Physical Literacy Days Series. HALO has partnered with OSHF to offer “Physical Literacy Days” across Ontario this winter to introduce participants to CAPL. The next event is scheduled for this Friday, February 26th in Kingston. To register and for more details please refer to OSHF’s website: www.oshf.ca/events/oshf-events/physical-literacy-days.
At the Canadian Sport for Life Summit held in Gatineau from January 26-28, Stacey Alpous presented the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL) as part of panel session on physical literacy assessments in Canada. If you would like to learn more about the CAPL, you can sign-up for our webinar series or attend a OSHF physical literacy training day in your region.
Dr. Geneviève Leduc Makes Presentations on Physical Literacy and CAPL at the Canadian Sport for Life Summitjoel 2017-10-05T14:04:25-04:00
At the Canadian Sport for Life Summit held in Gatineau from January 26-28, Dr. Geneviève Leduc was invited to present the French version of Canada’s Physical Literacy Consensus Statement to the French speaking delegates that came from Québec and all across Canada. One of the objectives of the meeting was to discuss the specific terminology issues that surround the translation of “physical literacy”. She also introduced the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL) to the French delegates in a “Citius Vocem” (talk faster!) format.
Stacey Alpous, a Research Coordinator with HALO, presented on the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL) at the 8th Annual Ontario Society for Health and Fitness Conference in Vaughan, Ontario on Saturday, November 14th . Over the course of November 16th and 17th, Stacey also had the opportunity to introduce students from Sheridan College and Wilfred Laurier University to CAPL and the Canadian Agility Movement Skill Assessment (CAMSA). If you are interested in hosting a free CAPL workshop or attending our free webinars, please visit our CAPL Workshops page.
Professor Mark Tremblay was recently in Shanghai for Editorial Board meetings for the Journal of Sport and Health Science. While in China he also delivered an invited presentation “An Introduction to the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy” at the 2015 Nanjing International Symposium on Youth Fitness and Health (Nanjing, China).