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Appropriate Instructional Practice Guidelines for Elementary School Physical Education-3rd Edition

Appropriate Instructional Practice Guidelines for Elementary School Physical Education-3rd Edition

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    Create positive physical education experiences for your students.

    The Appropriate Instructional Practice Guidelines for Elementary School Physical Education, Third Edition booklet organizes instructional practices into five separate sections:
    1. Learning Environment, which includes the following subsections: Establishing the Learning Environment; Exercise as Punishment; Safety; Diversity; Equity; Inclusion; and Competition and Cooperation.
    2. Instructional Strategies, which includes: Expectations for Student Learning; Class Organization; Class Design; Learning Time; Maximizing Participation; Teaching/Learning Styles; Teacher Enthusiasm; Success Rate; Teacher Feedback; and Use of Technology.
    3. Curriculum, which includes: Productive Motor Skill Learning Experiences; Concept Knowledge; Regular Participation; Developing Health-Related Fitness; Self-Responsibility and Social Skills; Valuing Physical Activity; Interdisciplinary Instruction; and Special Events.
    4. Assessment, which includes: Assessment Use; Variety of Assessments; Fitness Testing; Testing Procedures; Reporting Student Progress; Grading; and Program Assessment.
    5. Professionalism, which includes: Professional Growth; Professional Learning Community; and Advocacy.

    Audience

    For parents/guardians, school administrators and policymakers, as well as teacher, who are responsible for children’s physical education.

    Table of Contents

    Teacher practices are organized into five separate sections:

    1. Learning Environment, which includes the following subsections:
    • Establishing the Learning Environment
    • Exercise as Punishment
    • Safety
    • Diversity
    • Equity
    • Inclusion
    • Competition and Cooperation
    2. Instructional Strategies, which include:
    • Expectations for Student Learning
    • Class Organization
    • Class Design
    • Learning Time
    • Maximizing Participation
    • Teaching/Learning Styles
    • Teacher Enthusiasim
    • Success Rate
    • Teacher Feedback
    • Use of Technology
    3. Curriculum, which includes:
    • Productive Motor Skill Learning Experiences
    • Concept Knowledge
    • Regular Participation
    • Developing Health-Related Fitness
    • Self-Responsibility and Social Skills
    • Valuing Physical Activity
    • Interdisciplinary Instruction
    • Special Events
    4. Assessment, which includes:
    • Assessment Use
    • Variety of Assessments
    • Fitness Testing
    • Testing Procedures
    • Reporting Student Progress
    • Grading
    • Program Assessment
    5. Professionalism, which includes:
    • Professional Growth
    • Professional Learning Community
    • Advocacy