transformed classrooms at a high school in Sidney Crosby's hometown, because high school is simply better with a stick and a puck.The good ol' hockey game has
Cole Harbour District High School in Nova Scotia has created lesson plans for everything from physics to dance as part of the 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship's School Program. The program aims, in part, to promote women in sports.
The most crucial lesson, in personal development at least, was no doubt the Hockey Stomp. Those of us not fortunate enough to attend Cole Harbour High can catch up on this lesson by playing Stompin' Tom's famous tune and then clapping and bobbing, incorporating goofy hockey poses where necessary for a signature Canadian performance. Dancing mascot optional.
Other lessons teach students the mathematics of hockey, from calculating the rink's surface area to determining the volume of water used for theRead More »from Hockey High: Nova Scotia high school makes every lesson puck friendly