eLearning Courses

Free, online, self-paced physical activity and physical literacy learning for educators.
These courses ensure you get the information you need, when it works best for you — no matter your schedule, or your location.

Access eLearning Courses Now:
  1. Select “Register Now” for the eLearning course you want to take.
  2. Login to your eCampus existing account, or select “Create an Account”.
  3. Once logged in/account created, select “Campus Dashboard” along the top menu bar of the eCampus.
  4. If needed, expand the “eLearning Courses” heading to display all of the eLearning course you have access to.
  5. Under “Actions”, select the “Enter” button to begin your course!

Available eLearning Courses

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Introduction to Physical Literacy

This course introduces B.C. educators the concept of physical literacy, provides information about how we learn to move, and identifies the key elements of a supportive physical literacy environment.

Physical Literacy Assessment

We all know how important assessment is to the learning process, but many educators have never been trained to assess how their students move. The course reviews the theory behind physical literacy and explains the benefits of assessing movement with the PLAYbasic for Educators tool. Videos describing each of the five assessment tasks let you see different levels of competency and give you confidence in observing how your students move. The course is self-paced, but allow a full hour to work through the content.

Developing Physical Literacy Within the B.C. Curriculum

Developing physical literacy is a central focus of the B.C. Physical and Health Education Curriculum. This hour-long eLearning course provides the theory behind physical literacy and time-tested methods to deliver physical and health education that equips your students for a healthy, active life. Learn how to structure and adapt your lessons for greater student enjoyment, participation and skill development.

The School Physical Activity and Physical Literacy project is a prototype, and all participants have the opportunity to provide feedback.