Brief Program - Canadian Sport for Life

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Brief Program - Canadian Sport for Life
2016 Canadian Sport for Life National Summit: Resiliency by Design Sommet national du mouvement 2016 « ACSV » L’essence de la resilience
Wednesday January 27 / mercredi 27 janvier Registration & Breakfast / Inscription et petit déjeuner * Welcome / Bienvenue * Keynote / Discours-­‐programme – Reversing the Trend with Resilience / La résilience pour renverser la tendance
Transition Session A A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 B1 B2 B3 Aboriginal Long-­‐Term Participant Development Champions League: Sport for Life Leaders School 2015 Does Participation in Sport Protect Young Canadians from Substance Abuse? Hear How Collaborative Efforts Are Working to Find the Answers * Coaches Adoption and Implementation of Sport Canada’s Long-­‐Term Athlete Development Model / Adoption et mise en œuvre par les entraîneurs du Modèle de développement à long terme de l’athlète/du participant de Sport Canada Long-­‐Term Athlete Development 101 (2.0) 1. Building a Foundation for Physical Literacy in Women 55-­‐70+ through Fundamental Movement Skills 2. A Comprehensive Approach to Implementing a Healthy Eating Strategy at the Nova Scotia 55+ Games Break / Pause café Session B Using Mentorship to Develop Coaches Through the Long-­‐Term Athlete Development Stages Governance: The 800 Pound Gorilla Preventing Long-­‐Term Athlete Development * Risky Play: Building Resilience for Healthy Children / Jeu à risque : Renforcer la résilience chez les enfants en santé B4 1. Count Me In -­‐ Creating Inclusion for Children and Youth with Invisible Disabilities in Sport 2. A Practical Demonstration of Adaptations to Games for Children and Youth with a Disability 3. Adapted Strength and Conditioning (S&C): Targeted S&C for Persons with a Disability to Excel at Physical Activity and Sport B5 1. The City of Richmond's Tools and Methodology for the Delivery of Physical Literacy Programs in a Municipal Setting 2. Winnipeg's Integration of Physical Literacy, Long-­‐Term Athlete Development in the Active Start Stage 3. Sport Governing Bodies – We Want You! B6 1. Golf -­‐ Moving to Long-­‐Term Player Development 2.0 2. Making CS4L A Reality at the Grassroots Level 3. Shuttle Time...A Smashing Experience Lunch, Poster Session & Expo / Déjeuner, affiches et expositions * Keynote / Discours-­‐programme – An Aboriginal Pathway Through Sport / Le parcours des communautés autochtones dans le sport
* Plenary / Plénière – Citius Vocem Break / Pause café Session C C1 * Using the Athlete Development Matrix to Enhance Community Sport / Utilisation de la matrice de développement des athlètes pour améliorer le sport communautaire C2 Responsible Coaching and Long-­‐Term Athlete Development C3 Playground to Podium: What’s in the Middle? C4 1. Creating Space or Just Juggling? Understanding How Community Sport Organizations Implement Long-­‐Term Athlete Development 2. Implementing Long-­‐Term Athlete Development Values into a Sport Field Strategy 3. Branding Your NSO With Powerful Messages C5 1. Strength for Success 2. Injuries in Canada – Scope and Solutions, Sports and Recreation Injuries 3. Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention C6 1. Physical Literacy From a Funders Perspective 2. Doing More With Less 3. Creating a Culture of Physical Activity and Physical Literacy Across Ontario's Communities (M) = Moderator / Modérateur *Simultaneous translation / La t’aduction simultanée 7:30 – 8:30 8:30 – 9:00 9:00 – 9:30 9:30 -­‐ 9:45 Sylvie Bernier Alwyn Morris (M), Dustin Heise Paul Jurbala (M) & SLS Round Table Katie Fleming (M), John Cairney, Karri Dawson François Trudeau Istvan Balyi 1. Shelley Callaghan, Kathy Brook 2. Marin MacLeod Jenessa Banwell (M), Pierre Trudel, Gerard Lauziere Colin Higgs (M), Paul Jurbala, Douglas Duncan Sarah Gallsworthy (M), LJ Bartle, Vicki Harber, Mark Tremblay, Brandy Tanenbaum 1. Meredith Gardner, Cynthia White 2. Chris Wright, Sarah LeBlanc 3. Jonathan Ritchot 1. Serena Lusk 2. Gary Swanson, Michelle Johnson 3. Philip Hochman, Eugene Todd, Lea Norris 1. Jeff Thompson 2. Paul Varian 3. Dave McMaster Inclusion Communities / Recreation Health Coaching LTAD Health Coaching LTAD Health Alain Roy (M), Lorraine Lafrenière, Wayne Parro, Paul Melia Annie Goodchild (M), Emily Glossop, Rick Jarvis, Joe Burke 1. Paul Jurbala, François Trudeau 2. Graham Jones, Greg Dycke 3. André Lachance 1. Darrin Moreira 2. Pamela Fuselli 3. Dean Kriellaars, Drew Mitchell 1. Lea Norris 2. Christa Dicks, Louise Humbert 3. Brent Zacks, Viola Dessanti Panel Individual 11:00 -­‐ 11:30 11:30 -­‐ 13:00 Panel Inclusion Communities / Recreation Individual LTAD Alwyn Morris Vicki Harber (M), Colin Higgs, John Cairney 9:45 -­‐ 11:00 LTAD Coaching Inclusion LTAD Strength & Injuries Communities / Recreation 13:00-­‐14:00 14:00-­‐14:30 14:30-­‐15:00 15:00 -­‐ 15:30 15:30-­‐17:00 Panel Individual 2016 Canadian Sport for Life National Summit: Resiliency by Design Sommet national du mouvement 2016 « ACSV » L’essence de la resilience
Thursday January 28 / jeudi 28 janvier Registration & Breakfast / Inscription et petit déjeuner * Welcome / Bienvenue * Keynote / Discours-­‐programme – The Spark – A Mother’s Story of Nurturing Genius / L’étincelle : La victoire d’une mère contre l’autisme
Transition D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 Session D FPT Collaboration Project: Working Together for Collective Impact Club Excellence: Certifying Fair, Safe and Open Community Sport Experiences in Canada * Physical Literacy: The What, Who, and How of Setting Our Children Up For Success / La littératie physique : Ce qu’il faut faire pour préparer nos enfants en vue de la réussite, comment le faire et avec qui How Sport Councils Can Facilitate Resiliency Within Community Sport Organizations Quantifying Development in Women’s Soccer Active for Life: What Does it Mean for Sport and Physical Activity? Break / Pause café Session E Multi-­‐Sport Games -­‐ Role in Strengthening the Sport System Bringing Quality Sport to Life: Integrating True Sport Into Your Programming Community Sport Councils -­‐ The Benefits for Your Community Through Collaboration 1. * The New Coaching -­‐ Rethinking Sport Coaching to Develop Physical Literacy / La nouvelle façon d’entraîner : Repenser l’entraînement pour améliorer la littératie physique 2. * Bringing CS4L to Life Through Quality NCCP Coaching / Donner vie à ACSV grâce à un entraînement de qualité du PNCE 3. * The Role of the Coach in Meaningful Competition / Le rôle l’entraîneur dans les compétitions significatives 1. Embedding Physical Literacy in Ontario's After School Program: A Legacy of the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan American Games 2. Preschool Physical Literacy: Supporting Adults to Create Motivated, Confident, Competent and Resilient Children 3. Physical Literacy Through Sport: Antigonish Multisport Pilot E6 1. When Kids Are Cut: Fostering Resiliency in Team Selection Practices 2. How the LTA/PD Model Supports the Municipal Role in Soccer Delivery 3. Talent Development and Athlete Retention -­‐ Unintended Consequences of Selection and Deselection at the Train to Train Stage E7 1. New Citizens 2. Optimizing the Canadian Paralympic System to Enhance High-­‐Performance Outcomes 3. The Long-­‐Term Athlete Development Pathway for Individuals with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities Lunch, Poster Session & Expo / Déjeuner, affiches et expositions * The Honourable Minister Carla Qualtrough * Plenary / Plénière – Citius Vocem Break / Pause café Session F F1 Multi-­‐Sport Games: Powerful Sport Development Tool for NSOs and P/TSOs F2 PLAY, Passport 4 Life, CAPL & FMS Tracker Panel F3 F4 F5 F6 * Sport and Mental Health / Le sport et la santé mentale RBC Learn to Play Community Panel 1. 310 and Counting: Toward Sport For All For Life 2. Sport-­‐for-­‐Resilience: The Canadian Wellbeing Crisis and Sport-­‐Based Support 3. How to Get CS4L to the Front of Your Desk 1. Sport For Life: How An Engaging Alternative Choice Program Can Lead to Increased School Enrolment 2. Physical Literacy Through a Lunch-­‐hour Games Approach 3. From the Physical Literacy Frontlines – Using Assessment to Evolve Practice 7:30 – 8:30 8:30 – 9:00 9:00 – 9:30 9:30 -­‐ 9:45 Kristine Barnett Carolyn Trono (M), Rebeccah Bornemann Kyle Johnston (M) Anne Marie Hospod (M) Marcia Morris (M), Scott McRoberts, Catherine Halkett Bev Priestman Clay Melnike, Thomas Jones, Michelle Silver, Parambir Singh Kelia Aaron Bruce (M), Ross Lynd, Irene Schell Jarrod Beattie (M), Karri Dawson, Lea Norris/Sport for Life Eugene Todd (M) 1. Paul Jurbala 2. Kathy Brook, Neale Gillespie 3. Heather Ross McManus 1. Daphne Dufour, Boys & Girls Club of Kingston and Area 2. Dawne Clark, Nancy Ogden 3. Angela Kolen, Mark Donald, Natalie Houser, Stephanie Spencer 1. Lauren Sulz, Louise Humbert 2. Gary Swanson 3. Lucinda Jagger 1. Kashyap Gosai 2. Catherine Gosselin-­‐Després, Karen O'Neill 3. Tom Davies and Canucks Autism Network Aaron Bruce (M), André Lachance, Paul Carson Drew Mitchell (M), Stacey Alpous, Dean Kriellaars, Matt Young, Tricia Zakaria
Colin Higgs (M), John Cairney, LJ Bartle Lea Norris (M) & ParticipACTION 1. Adam Goodwin 2. Heather Sansom 3. Philip Hochman 1. Robbie Franklin, Peter Rachmistruk 2. Sandi Lavery, Jodie Pickering 3. Jay Tredway LTAD LTAD Physical Literacy Communities / Recreation LTAD Active for Life LTAD LTAD Communities / Recreation Coaching 9:45 -­‐ 11:00 Panel Individual 11:00 -­‐ 11:30 11:30 -­‐ 13:00 Panel Physical Literacy Individual Communities / LTAD Inclusion 13:00-­‐14:00 14:00-­‐14:15 14:15-­‐15:00 15:00 -­‐ 15:30 15:30-­‐17:00 LTAD Physical Literacy Panel Health Communities / Recreation Communities / Recreation Education Individual 2016 Canadian Sport for Life National Summit: Resiliency by Design Sommet national du mouvement 2016 « ACSV » L’essence de la resilience

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