Team Canada Champion Chats is a program that empowers millions of Canadian students to embrace and take on challenges, prioritize mental health, achieve goals, and ultimately, be a champion in their school, home, and community!
Team Canada Champion Chats incorporates three different four-week curriculums that each culminate in a massive, nation-wide live chat featuring Team Canada Olympic and Paralympic athletes sharing their journey and experiences.
Each Team Canada Champion Chat curriculum will focus on a theme that encourages a growth mindset in and out of the classroom. This will include a discussion around topics such as goal setting, perseverance, mental wellness, inclusion, and diversity.
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Team Canada Champion Chats is an exciting program that connects Team Canada Olympic and Paralympic athletes with classrooms from coast to coast – from big cities to the most remote communities. Each live video chat will be accompanied by a four-week lesson plan created by teachers, for teachers, to help create new and dynamic ways to engage students on topics from Provincial and Territorial curriculums.
Don’t miss out on this one of a kind opportunity – sign up now to be a part of Team Canada Champion Chats!
The Canadian Olympic Committee, Canadian Paralympic Committee, and Classroom Champions are proud to partner together to bring you Team Canada Champion Chats.
The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) is responsible for all aspects of Canada’s Involvement in the Olympic Movement. The COC’s Canadian Olympic School Program (COSP) seeks to create excitement for the Olympic Movement in the classroom and throughout the school. COSP resources are aimed at getting students active, sparking discussions about values, telling inspiring stories, and encouraging them to work together to find creative solutions to everyday challenges.
Classroom Champions is a non-profit mentoring organization that pairs Olympic and Paralympic athletes with students in underserved communities. Founded in 2009 by Olympic Gold Medal Bobsledder Steve Mesler, it utilizes the current digital landscape to allow athletes to give back, and gives kids much needed role models. They have developed a scalable program that can reach a much wider audience. Visit Classroom Champions to learn more about their program!
The Canadian Paralympic Committee is a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the Paralympic Movement in Canada. The Canadian Paralympic Committee inspires all Canadians of all abilities to get involved in sport through programs such as Team Canada Champion Chats. Through this program, the Canadian Paralympic Committee aims to provide more Canadians with a disability the opportunity to be active in their communities, to strive for success on the world stage, and to inspire youth that with support – there are no limits.