Présentations du Sommet

A1.1 Deconstructing Excellence

A1.2 Multisport 2.0 Handout

A1.3 Multisport 2.0

A2.1 Aboriginal HIGH FIVE® and the Physical Literacy Project

A2.2 Aboriginal Communities Active for Life

A3  Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability

A4 The Physical Literacy Champions Network Partners in Play Nurturing Movement in the Early Years

A5 A Collaborative Approach to Physical Literacy Training

A6 LTAD 101

A7.1 Faire équipe pour un sport sans violence

A7.2 La littératie physique ou le plaisir de jouer

B2 PSO Implementation of ALTPD

B6 Inclusive Coaching

B7.1 Les filles et l'activité physique, faire tomber les barrières

B7.2 Retombées du programme Fillactive chez les adolescentes québécoises

C1 Don't be a Kid's Last Coach

C3 Inclusive Grassroots Programs The Ontario Soccer Player Development Model 

C4 Physical Literacy or the Joy of Play

C5 Multi Sport Implementation Plan Halifax Regional Municipality

C6 Bringing LTAD to Life in Coach Education

C6 Developing Executive Function and Social Emotional Learning Skills with your Athletes

C7 Nourrir le développement du jeu actif

D1.1 Developing LTAD Tennis Canada

D1.2 Quality Sport

D2.1 An Exploration of the Physical Activity Experiences of Northern Aboriginal Youth

D2.2 Path to Prevention

D3.1 Physical Literacy for Communities

D3.2 Training Coaches for Inclusion

D4 An overview of the development of the Physical Literacy Environmental Assessment (PLEA) Tool

D5 A New Model of Participation Collaboration at Every Stage

D6 The Other Kids

E1.1 Dodgeball Canada From Fringe to Formal Building an NSO from the ground up

E1.2 TRUEPlay Multisport a Parent Engagement Strategy

E2.1 A Holistic Approach to Tactical and Fundamental Skill Development in Sport

E2.2  The Yukon Physical Literacy Program Grades 3  to 7

E3.1 Research Strategy Development Process

E3.2 Working Together to Eliminate Stigma Around Metal Health in Sports

E3.3 Nurturing Development of Active Play

E4 Physical Literacy in a Population with Autism Spectrum Disorders

E5.1 Measuring Progress Framework for Recreation in Canada

E5.2 Ottawa's Municipal Sport Strategy a Collaborative Approach

E5.3 RBC Learn To Play

E6 FUNalytics Using Membership Data to Inform TPSO Club Decisions

F2 PLAY Parkland Physical Literacy and You

F3 One Ability Collective Impact Approach to Increasing Physical Activity in Persons with Disabilities

F7.1 Implementing Practical and Cost-effective LTAD for recreational Community Youth Lacrosse League

F7.2  Physical Literacy and  LTAD Programming Integrated into Year round Sports Camps

WLTAD Excellence Takes Time



WLTAD Specialization