Distance Learning

Independent Study Option

Physical Education/Health Education

The Independent Study Option offers the following courses in Physical Education/Health Education. Please list the Subject Code, Subject Designation, and the ISO Designation on the application to identify the course(s) required.

Course Name Subject Code Subject Designation ISO Designation
Grade 9 Physical Education/Health Education (10F) 0169 10F 001
Grade 10 Physical Education/Health Education (20F) 0169 20F 002
Grade 11 Active Lifestyles: Physical Education/Health Education (30F) 0169 30F 002
Grade 12 Active Lifestyles: Physical Education/Health Education (40F) 0169 40F 001

Each listing of a subject name is followed by a unique 10-digit code made up of three parts:

  • Subject code. A 4-digit number that identifies each subject.
  • Subject designation. A 3-character code that identified the grade and level of a course.
  • ISO designation. A 3-digit number that identifies the course version.

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Grade 9 Physical Education/Health Education (10F) 1 credit (2010)

Course Code 0169 10F 001A

Class # 1450

Tutor/Marker: E. Sheldon

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Preregistration Information:

This course requires a minimum of four months to complete due to the written assignments/exam and 55 hours of physical activity that must be logged during the approved 12 week physical activity plan.

Module 1 - Assignment 1.2 REQUIRES A MANDATORY phone conversation between the student and Tutor/Marker. The physical activity plan will be discussed and must be approved by the Tutor/Marker. Hours will not be accepted if this phone conversation has not occurred.

Parents/guardians are required to complete a consent form that must accompany the ISO registration form in order to be enrolled in this course:

This course teaches the concepts and skills for active healthy lifestyles and includes a physical activity component. Students plan and record their participation in physical activities of their choice. This course gives students the opportunity to learn more about themselves and enables them to make more informed decisions about healthy active living throughout their lives.

A student with a physical condition, physical disability or limitation should be able to complete this course.  For the physical-based learning outcomes, accommodations can be made because the focus is on personal planning and development.

The course is divided into 10 modules. The odd-numbered modules emphasize physical education, while the even-numbered modules emphasize health education.

Physical Education

  • Module 1: Health, Fitness, and Active Living
  • Module 3: Muscle Physiology
  • Module 5: Fitness Development
  • Module 7: Movement Concepts and Principles
  • Module 9: Sport/Activity Development

Health Education

  • Module 2: Personal Management
  • Module 4: Social Management
  • Module 6: Substance Use and Abuse Prevention
  • Module 8: Personal Safety
  • Module 10: Human Sexuality

Sensitive Content/Module Exemptions
This course contains sensitive content in Module 6 - Substance Abuse and Abuse Prevention, Module 8 - Personal Safety (abusive situations), and Module 10 - Human Sexuality. All modules must be completed to receive this credit from the Distance Learning Unit. Therefore, there will be no module exemption permitted.

Students will take at least 4 months to complete this course and will engage in at least 55 hours of physical activity. Students can only be registered in one Physical Education/Health Education course at a time. The Physical activity logs/plans must be completed during the period of enrollment. Retroactive logs/plans will not be accepted.

First Aid Certification
Students are required to complete a certified First Aid Program and assume responsibility for the expenses incurred to attain this certificate (such as St. John’s Ambulance 204-784-7000 or similar). Students may submit proof of current, valid certification in First Aid at any point during their registration in this course.

Parental Involvement
Parents/guardians are required to provide written approval and submission of their children’s Physical Activity Plans and Logs found throughout the course.

Evaluation is based on:

Assignments 80%
Final Exam   20%
Total 100%

All assignments must be attempted, a minimum mark of 40% is required on all supervised pieces of assessment (midterm and final exam), and an overall final mark of 50% or greater must be obtained in order for the Distance Learning Unit to issue a final mark.

RESOURCES

Access Online

* If a hard copy is required, please contact the DLU.

See Course Preview (Adobe Icon 1.08 MB) for required/suggested resources.

A Note Regarding Safety for Those Using this Course as a Reference
Educators and parents are reminded that the appropriate level of instruction and supervision is required whenever students take part in physical activities.

Educators and parents are further reminded that, if they direct students to perform physical activities found in this course, then Manitoba Education is not responsible for any consequences resulting from those physical activities.

Tax Receipts
ISO courses are not tax deductible, so tax receipts will not be issued. The Children’s Fitness Tax Credit will allow parents to claim eligible fees paid for extracurricular activities for children who are under 16. Please consult the Children's Fitness Tax Credit website. Starting in 2011, Manitoba's Fitness Tax Credit will also allow claims for fitness activities for young adults aged 16 through 24. Contact your financial or tax professional if you have questions regarding the tax credit programs available.

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Grade 10 Physical Education/Health Education (20F) 1 credit (2012)

Course Code 0169 20F 002

Class # 834

Tutor/Marker: D. Hardern

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Preregistration Information:

This course requires a minimum of four months to complete due to the written assignments/exam and 55 hours of physical activity that must be logged during the approved 12 week physical activity plan.

Module 1 - Assignment 1.3 REQUIRES A MANDATORY phone conversation between the student and Tutor/Marker. The physical activity plan will be discussed and must be approved by the Tutor/Marker. Hours will not be accepted if this phone conversation has not occurred.

Parents/guardians are required to complete a consent form that must accompany the ISO registration form in order to be enrolled in this course:

This course builds on the healthy lifestyles and physical activity concepts and practices that you learned in grade 9. This course gives students the opportunity to learn more about themselves and enables them to make more informed decisions about healthy active living, which will provide lifelong benefits

Students with a physical condition, physical disability or limitations, or those with limited access to equipment or resources, are able to complete this course.

The course is divided into ten modules. The odd-numbered modules emphasize physical education, while the even-numbered modules emphasize health education.

Physical Education

  • Module 1: Healthy Lifestyle Practices
  • Module 3: Fitness Physiology
  • Module 5: Training and Conditioning
  • Module 7: Sports and Rules
  • Module 9: Biomechanical Principles and Movement Skills

Health Education

  • Module 2: Personal/Social Management
  • Module 4: Mental Health
  • Module 6: Nutrition
  • Module 8: Substance Use and Abuse Prevention
  • Module 10: Human Sexuality

Sensitive Content/Module Exemptions
This course contains sensitive content in Module 8 - Substance Abuse and Abuse Prevention and Module 10 - Human Sexuality. All modules must be completed to receive this credit from the Distance Learning Unit. Therefore, there will be no module exemption permitted.

Students will take at least 4 months to complete this course and will engage in at least 55 hours of physical activity. Students can only be registered in one Physical Education/Health Education course at a time. The Physical activity logs/plans must be completed during the period of enrollment. Retroactive logs/plans will not be accepted.

CPR Certification
Students are required to complete a certified Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation training program and assume responsibility for the expenses incurred to attain this certificate (such as St. John’s Ambulance at 204-784-7000 or similar).

Parental Involvement
Parents/guardians are required to provide written approval and submission of their children’s Physical Activity Plans and Logs found throughout the course. A learning partner is required to complete two fitness tasks found in Module 5 and 9.

Evaluation is based on:

Assignments (Physical Modules) 50%
Assignments (Health Modules) 30%
Final Exam   20%
Total 100%

All assignments must be attempted, a minimum mark of 40% is required on all supervised pieces of assessment (midterm and final exam), and an overall final mark of 50% or greater must be obtained in order for the Distance Learning Unit to issue a final mark.

RESOURCES

Access Online

* If a hard copy is required, please contact the DLU.

See Course Preview (Adobe Icon 647 KB) for required/suggested resources.

A Note Regarding Safety for Those Using this Course as a Reference
Educators and parents are reminded that the appropriate level of instruction and supervision is required whenever students take part in physical activities.

Educators and parents are further reminded that, if they direct students to perform physical activities found in this course, then Manitoba Education is not responsible for any consequences resulting from those physical activities.

Tax Receipts
ISO courses are not tax deductible, so tax receipts will not be issued. The Children’s Fitness Tax Credit will allow parents to claim eligible fees paid for extracurricular activities for children who are under 16. Please consult the Children's Fitness Tax Credit website. Starting in 2011, Manitoba's Fitness Tax Credit will also allow claims for fitness activities for young adults aged 16 through 24. Contact your financial or tax professional if you have questions regarding the tax credit programs available.

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Grade 11 Active Healthy Lifestyles: Physical Education/Health Education (30F) 1 credit (2012)

Course Code 0169 30F 001

Class # 1344

Tutor/Marker: M. Medwick

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2017-2018 Student Course Fees (Adobe Icon 102 KB)

Preregistration Information:

This course requires a minimum of four months to complete due to the written assignments/exam and 80 hours of physical activity (approximately eight hours/week) that must be logged during the approved physical activity plan.

Module 1 - Assignment 1.2 REQUIRES A MANDATORY phone conversation between the student and Tutor/Marker. The physical activity plan will be discussed and must be approved by the Tutor/Marker. Hours will not be accepted if this phone conversation has not occurred.

Parents/guardians are required to complete a consent form that must accompany the ISO registration form in order to be enrolled in this course:

This course gives students an opportunity to learn how to take charge of their physical fitness and health, not just for the duration of this course, but for the rest of their lives. It provides the knowledge, skills, and attitudes for a physically active and healthy lifestyle.

This course has been designed to help one live a healthier life, by teaching students how to deal with the following five behaviours that contribute to today's major health issues:

  1. Inadequate physical activity
  2. Unhealthy eating
  3. Abusing substances, including alcohol and tobacco
  4. Unhealthy sexual behaviour that can lead to emotional stress, sexually transmitted infections, and unwanted pregnancies
  5. Behaviours that result in injuries

The course is divided into five modules:

  • Module 1: Physical Activity Practicum
  • Module 2: Fitness Management
  • Module 3: Mental - Emotional Health
  • Module 4: Social Impact of Sport
  • Module 5: Substance Use and Abuse Prevention

Sensitive Content/Module Exemptions
This course contains sensitive content in Module 5 - Substance Abuse and Abuse Prevention. There are a series of learning activities related to these outcomes and there are no assignments. All modules must be completed to receive this credit from the Distance Learning Unit. Therefore, there will be no module exemption permitted.

Students will receive either a Complete or Incomplete designation. In order to earn a credit for this course, you will need to earn a Complete designation. The following criteria will determine if one obtains a Complete designation:

  1. Complete at least 80 hours of physical activity, including at least 55 hours in the moderate to vigorous range.
  2. Record your 80 hours of physical activity in your Physical Activity Logs.
  3. Earn at least 40% on your final exam.
  4. Complete all of the assignments so that they meet the established criteria. Those criteria are listed in each assignment.

Students will take at least 4 months to complete this course and will engage in at least 83 hours of physical activity. Students can only be registered in one Physical Education/Health Education course at a time. The Physical activity logs/plans must be completed during the period of enrollment. Retroactive logs/plans will not be accepted.

All assignments must be attempted, a minimum mark of 40% is required on all supervised pieces of assessment (midterm and final exam), and an overall final mark of 50% or greater must be obtained in order for the Distance Learning Unit to issue a final mark.

RESOURCES

Access Online

* If a hard copy is required, please contact the DLU.

Parental Involvement
Parents/guardians (for students under the age of 18) are required to sign, indicating approval and verification of their children's Physical Activity Plan and four Physical Activity Logs as well as Safety and Risk Management Forms found throughout the course.

A Note Regarding Safety for Those Using this Course as a Reference
Educators and parents are reminded that the appropriate level of instruction and supervision is required whenever students take part in physical activities.

Educators and parents are further reminded that, if they direct students to perform physical activities found in this course, then Manitoba Education is not responsible for any consequences resulting from those physical activities.

Tax Receipts
ISO courses are not tax deductible, so tax receipts will not be issued. The Children’s Fitness Tax Credit will allow parents to claim eligible fees paid for extracurricular activities for children who are under 16. Please consult the Children's Fitness Tax Credit website. Starting in 2011, Manitoba's Fitness Tax Credit will also allow claims for fitness activities for young adults aged 16 through 24. Contact your financial or tax professional if you have questions regarding the tax credit programs available.

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Grade 12 Active Healthy Lifestyles: Physical Education/Health Education (40F) 1 credit (2015)

Course Code 0169 40F 002

Class # 1511

Tutor/Marker: D. Hardern

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2017-2018 Student Course Fees (Adobe Icon 102 KB)

Preregistration Information:

This course requires a minimum of four months to complete due to the written assignments/exam and 83 hours of physical activity (approximately eight hours/week) that must be logged during the approved physical activity plan.

Module 1 - Assignment 1.2 REQUIRES A MANDATORY phone conversation between the student and Tutor/Marker. The physical activity plan will be discussed and must be approved by the Tutor/Marker. Hours will not be accepted if this phone conversation has not occurred.

Parents/guardians are required to complete a consent form that must accompany the ISO registration form in order to be enrolled in this course:

This course focuses on physically active and healthy lifestyle concepts and practices. Students will learn about goal setting, physical fitness, nutrition, team leadership, and strategies for building healthy interpersonal relationships. It provides the opportunity to learn more about one's self and enable you to make more informed decisions about healthy, active living, which will benefit you throughout your life.

The course is divided into five modules:

  • Module 1: Physical Activity Practicum
  • Module 2: Fitness Management
  • Module 3: Nutrition
  • Module 4: Personal and Social Development
  • Module 5: Healthy Relationships

Sensitive Content/Module Exemptions
This course contains sensitive content in Module 5 - Healthy Relationships. All modules must be completed to receive this credit from the Distance Learning Unit. Therefore, there will be no module exemption permitted.

Students will receive either a Complete or Incomplete designation. In order to earn a credit for this course, you will need to earn a Complete designation. The following criteria will determine if one obtains a Complete designation:

  1. Complete at least 83 hours of physical activity, including at least 55 hours in the moderate to vigorous range.
  2. Record your 83 hours of physical activity in your Physical Activity Logs.
  3. Earn at least 40% on your final exam.
  4. Complete all of the assignments so that they meet the established criteria. Those criteria are listed in each assignment.

Students will take at least 4 months to complete this course and will engage in at least 83 hours of physical activity. Students can only be registered in one Physical Education/Health Education course at a time. The Physical activity logs/plans must be completed during the period of enrollment. Retroactive logs/plans will not be accepted.

All assignments must be attempted, a minimum mark of 40% is required on all supervised pieces of assessment (midterm and final exam), and an overall final mark of 50% or greater must be obtained in order for the Distance Learning Unit to issue a final mark.

RESOURCES

Access Online

* If a hard copy is required, please contact the DLU.

Parental Involvement
Parents/guardians (for students under the age of 18) are required to sign, indicating approval and verification of their children's Physical Activity Plan and four Physical Activity Logs as well as Safety and Risk Management Forms found throughout the course.

A Note Regarding Safety for Those Using this Course as a Reference
Educators and parents are reminded that the appropriate level of instruction and supervision is required whenever students take part in physical activities.

Educators and parents are further reminded that, if they direct students to perform physical activities found in this course, then Manitoba Education is not responsible for any consequences resulting from those physical activities.

Tax Receipts
ISO courses are not tax deductible, so tax receipts will not be issued. The Children’s Fitness Tax Credit will allow parents to claim eligible fees paid for extracurricular activities for children who are under 16. Please consult the Children's Fitness Tax Credit website. Starting in 2011, Manitoba's Fitness Tax Credit will also allow claims for fitness activities for young adults aged 16 through 24. Contact your financial or tax professional if you have questions regarding the tax credit programs available.

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