Sudbury photo: Getting creative and staying in shape

Sudbury photo: Getting creative and staying in shape

How is it possible to meet the challenge of staying fit and leading group exercises when physical distancing has to be maintained in the school gymnasium? Patrick Wissell, physical education teacher at École St-Étienne (Dowling) and expert in the matter, was successful in rising to the challenge. Here is one of his recipes: start with a bucket, add noodles, then a few hoops and, finally, rubber chickens. Indeed, with the implementation of recent changes in our classrooms, he has been able to draw on his bank of ideas to develop dynamic and motivating physical education lessons for all the students of the school while respecting the physical distancing measures. Supplied photo

How is it possible to meet the challenge of staying fit and leading group exercises when physical distancing has to be maintained in the school gymnasium?

Patrick Wissell, physical education teacher at École St-Étienne (Dowling) and expert in the matter, was successful in rising to the challenge.

Here is one of his recipes: start with a bucket, add noodles, then a few hoops and, finally, rubber chickens.

Indeed, with the implementation of recent changes in our classrooms, he has been able to draw on his bank of ideas to develop dynamic and motivating physical education lessons for all the students of the school while respecting the physical distancing measures.

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