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Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS


1
Chapter 3
  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS

2
GUIDELINES FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
  • TEACH SKILLS, STRATEGIES, CONCEPTS, AND BASIC
    KNOWLEDGE
  • ADDRESS FITNESS, MOTOR-SKILL, COGNITIVE,
    AFFECTIVE OBJECTIVES
  • CHALLENGE, BUILD CONFIDENCE AND CREATIVITY,
    PROMOTE LIFETIME SKILLS
  • BE SCIENTIFIC AND PROGRESSIVE

3
PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS SHOULD ALSO
  • ESTABLISH PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
  • BE MORE THAN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
  • USE TEXTBOOKS, HANDOUTS, AND OTHER RESOURCE
    MATERIALS
  • KEEP RECORDS THAT FOLLOW A STUDENT FROM GRADE TO
    GRADE
  • GRADE STUDENT PERFORMANCE

4
PHYSICAL EDUCATION MANAGEMENT LEVELS
  • PRESCHOOL
  • ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
  • JUNIOR HIGH / MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • SECONDARY SCHOOL
  • COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY

5
GUIDELINES FOR SELECTING INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS
  • SELECT AND SCREEN CAREFULLY
  • PREPARE MATERIALS PROPERLY
  • PLAN INTEGRATION OF MATERIALS INTO THE LESSON
  • PRESENT MATERIALS IN PROPER LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
  • MATERIALS SHOULD BE VARIED

6
GUIDELINES FOR SELECTING MATERIALS CONTINUED
  • SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS SHOULD BE REASONABLY
    LIMITED
  • AVOID EXCESSIVE EXPENSES
  • MAINTAIN RECORDS / EVALUATIONS ON SUPPLEMENTAL
    MATERIALS

7
CLASS MANAGEMENT
  • GOOD ORGANIZATION -
  • ENSURES STUDENT HEALTH / SAFETY
  • MINIMIZES DISCIPLINE PROBLEMS
  • ENSURES MEANING AND PURPOSE
  • RESULTS IN EFFICIENT USE OF TIME
  • ENSURES CONTINUITY / PROGRESSION
  • PROVIDES FOR EVALUATION
  • REDUCES ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
  • CONSERVES TEACHER TIME / ENERGY

8
TITLE IX
  • WHAT IS TITLE IX?
  • REASONS FOR TITLE IX
  • IMPLICATIONS FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS
  • INTERPRETATION OF REGULATIONS
  • COMPLIANCE WITH TITLE IX

9
ADAPTED P.E. PROGRAM
  • PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
  • FEDERAL LEGISLATION
  • P.L. 94-142 (1975)
  • P.L. 99-457 (1986)
  • IDEA (1990)
  • ADA (1992)

10
TERMS RELATED TO ADAPTED P.E. PROGRAM
  • SPECIAL EDUCATION
  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION
  • INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM (IEP)
  • LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT

11
GOALS OF ADAPTED P.E.
  • IDENTIFY STUDENT CAPACITIES, LIMITATIONS, AND
    POTENTIALS
  • PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR
  • PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
  • MOTOR SKILL DEVELOPMENT
  • COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
  • SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

12
PUBLIC LAW 94-142 /P.L. 101-476 (IDEA)
  • EDUCATION FROM BIRTH TO AGE 21
  • EDUCATION AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
  • INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PLANS
  • LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT
  • DUE PROCESS FOR PARENTS/STUDENTS
  • DISABLED REPLACES HANDICAPPED

13
THE I.E.P.
  • A WRITTEN DOCUMENT (REQUIRED)-
  • ASSESSMENT OF PRESENT LEVEL
  • STATEMENT OF GOALS / OBJECTIVES
  • STATEMENT OF SERVICES PROVIDED
  • PROJECTED DATE FOR INITIATION / DURATION OF THE
    SERVICES
  • CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION (ON AT LEAST AN ANNUAL
    BASIS)

14
ADAPTED FACILITIES
  • AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
  • RAMPS, HANDRAILS, WIDER DOORS
  • ELEVATORS WHEN NECESSARY
  • WATER FOUNTAINS, WASH BASINS, TOILETS, SHOWERS,
    AND TELEPHONES
  • LOADING AND PARKING AREAS
  • AQUATIC FACILITIES

15
MANAGEMENT MATTERS FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION
  • SCHEDULING
  • PERIOD AND BLOCK
  • FLEXIBLE/MODULAR
  • DRESS FOR P.E.
  • TIME ALLOTMENT
  • CLASS SIZE
  • INSTRUCTIONAL LOADS STAFFING
  • TAKING ROLL
  • DIFFERENTIATED STAFFING
  • PARAPROFESSIONALS
  • UNDERGRAD INTERNS
  • STUDENT TEACHERS
  • TEACHING ASSISTANTS
  • SELECTING ACTIVITIES
  • GROUPING STUDENTS
  • STUDENT LEADERS

16
USING THE STUDENT LEADER
  • ASSISTING AS CLASS LEADER
  • OFFICIALS, CAPTAINS, COACHES
  • COMMITTEE MEMBERS
  • SUPPLY AND EQUIPMENT MANAGER
  • PROGRAM PLANNER
  • RECORD KEEPER/OFFICE MANAGER
  • SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR

17
MANAGEMENT ISSUES IN P.E.
  • REQUIRED vs. ELECTIVE
  • SUBSTITUTIONS FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION
  • CREDIT FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION
  • CLASS ATTENDANCE POLICIES
  • EXCUSES FOR NON-PARTICIPATION
  • GRADING AND ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS
  • INSTRUCTION OF ELEMENTARY PHY. EDUC.
  • DRESSING AND SHOWERING
  • RECORDS
  • SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS

18
EVALUATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
  • MEETING PHYSICAL EDUCATION OBJECTIVES
  • TEACHING / LEADERSHIP
  • CLASS PROCEDURES AND METHODS
  • STUDENT CONDUCT
  • CLASS HEALTH AND SAFETY
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