What Did You Learn Today? The Content of Elementary Physical Education
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Date Recorded: Wednesday, October 5, 2016
This webinar will focus on curriculum for elementary physical education and the selection of that content. It will discuss the differences between activities and skill acquisition within curriculum, the differences between a â€úbusy, happy, goodâ€û curriculum and teaching for student growth in physical education. It will lead the participant into the design of curriculum with deliberate practice, feedback, etc. for student learning, and will also include a microscope for evaluating activities before selecting them for physical education. With reference to the grade-level outcomes within SHAPE Americaâ€ÿs National Standards, participants will develop the strategy for matching outcomes to the reality of teaching environments.
- Participants will identify SHAPE America's National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes as a working model for the development of elementary physical education curriculum.
- Participants will differentiate between "activities for activity" and activities for skill acquisition and student learning.
- Participants will recognize the criteria for evaluation and selection of curriculum content.