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Title: Every Child Deserves a Comprehensive Education: Physical Education is Core


1
Every Child Deserves a Comprehensive
EducationPhysical Education is Core
  • PUT YOUR NAME AND AFFILIATION HERE

2
WHO YOU ARE
  • TELL WHAT COALITION/ORGANIZATION YOU ARE
    REPRESENTATING
  • STRESS THE STRENGTH IN NUMBERS OF THAT
    COALITION/ORGANIZATION
  • I am here representing X, a coalition of X
    organizations representing approximately X
    individuals.

3
WHAT YOU WANT
  • WE ARE HERE TODAY BECAUSE WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
    TO.
  • After that, segway into your presentation, such
    as Let me show you the problem and recommend a
    solution

4
Percentage of High School Students Who
Participated in Recommended Amounts of Vigorous
and Moderate Physical Activity
Source CDC, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2001
5
Percentage of U.S. Children and Adolescents Who
Were Overweight
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Ages 12-19
5
Ages 6-11
4
gt95th percentile for BMI by age and sex based
on 2000 CDC BMI-for-age growth charts Data are
from 1963-65 for children 6-11 years of age and
from 1966-70 for adolescents 12-17 years of
age Source National Center for Health
Statistics
6
Goals 2000 Educate America Act
  • Focuses on reform of PK-12 education
  • Standards to define what students should know
    and be able to do
  • Physical education is not included in core but
    are included in the final bill as areas that all
    children should have

7
No Child Left Behind (2001)Elementary and
Secondary Education Act
  • Identifies core subjects
  • Physical education is not identified
  • Focus on testing
  • Reading
  • Math

8
  • Education is a responsibility granted to the
    states by the Constitution of the United States

9
Standards-Based Curricula
  • National Standards for Physical Education
  • Define what students should know and be able to
    do as a result of quality physical education and
    quality health education

10
Goal of Physical Education
  • To develop physically educated individuals who
    have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to
    enjoy a lifetime of healthful physical activity
  • To guide youngsters in the process of becoming
    physically active for a lifetime

11
Elements of Quality Physical Education
  • Opportunity to learn
  • Qualified teachers
  • Adequate time
  • Meaningful content
  • National/state standards for physical education
  • Appropriate instruction
  • Formative and summative assessment

12
Definition of a Physically Educated Person
  • HAS learned skills necessary to perform a variety
    of physical activities
  • IS physically fit
  • DOES participate regularly in physical activity
  • KNOWS the implications of and the benefits from
    involvement in physical activities
  • VALUES physical activity and its contribution to
    a healthful lifestyle

13
National Support for Physical Education
  • Healthy People 2010 (2000)
  • Dietary Guidelines for Americans (2000)
  • Surgeon Generals Call to Action to Prevent
    Overweight and Obesity (2001)
  • American Academy of Pediatrics
  • National Education Association
  • Many more

14
Percentage of Adults and Teens Who Believe that
Daily Physical Education Should be Mandatory
Parents Views of Childrens Health and Fitness
(2002). NASPE Survey conducted by Opinion
Research Corp. Int., Princeton, NJ.
15
Whats Best for Our Children
  • Children deserve a comprehensive education
  • Schools need to educate the whole child
  • Physical education is critical to a complete
    education
  • Fit, healthy children learn better

16
A Call to Action Your Support Can Make the
Difference
  • USE THIS SLIDE TO REITERATE TO THE AUDIENCE
    EXACTLY WHAT TYPE OF SUPPORT/ACTION YOU ARE
    REQUESTING FROM THEM

17
For More Information
  • National Association for Sport and Physical
    Education (NASPE)
  • www.naspeinfo.org
  • naspe_at_aahperd.org
  • (800)213-7193, ext. 410
  • PUT YOUR STATE AHPERDS CONTACT INFO HERE
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