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A book that has long been a standard for developmental physical education returns in a new, thoroughly updated edition with a sharpened focus on preparing tomorrow’s physical educators to deliver developmentally appropriate lessons and activities for children in pre-K through grade 5.

Developmental Physical Education for All Children, now in its fifth edition and available in both print and e-book versions, takes a student-focused, comprehensive approach in preparing future teachers to create programs that enable children to gain the knowledge, skills, and dispositions vital to leading a physically active lifestyle.

This new edition is the first in more than a decade, with revisions and updates that make it like a brand-new book—one that maintains its solid foundations and instruction while equipping teachers for success in the 21st century.

How This Text Prepares Teachers

Developmental Physical Education for All Children, Fifth Edition, features the following benefits:

• Shows teachers how to translate child development theory and research from the psychomotor, cognitive, affective, and fitness domains into practice

• Offers teachers the understanding they need to create developmentally appropriate lessons that align with the new SHAPE America National Standards for Physical Education with grade-level outcomes, assessments, and instructions on implementing learning goals for students in pre-K through grade 5

• Provides multiple standards-based movement experiences for pre-K through grade 5 learners that include movement tasks and extensions, scaled learning environments, skill cues, practice strategies, teaching style choices, and formative assessments aligned with goals

• Supplies learning goal blueprints that integrate specialized skills, movement concepts, and tactics for developmental games, dance, and gymnastics

Content Overview

Future and current teachers will learn the research and theory behind this developmentally sound approach, which emphasizes movement skills and increased physical competence based on the developmental levels of pre-K through fifth-grade students. The first half of the book covers the learner, the movement content, the learning environment, and the instructional design; the second half provides detailed standards-based learning experiences, which are now organized by developmental level.

The concluding section offers two chapters on professionalism in the 21st century, giving teachers a conceptual framework to prepare and implement a developmental, standards-based scope and sequence for pre-K through grade 5 physical education and offering advice on staying current, being professionally involved, and advocating for comprehensive school physical activity.

Practical Ancillaries

Developmental Physical Education for All Children also provides a robust lineup of online ancillaries:

• A student web resource with reproducible forms that can be printed along with learning aids from the book and additional learning activities, some of which are enhanced by more than 20 video clips that demonstrate concepts in action

• An instructor guide that features in-class activities, answers to chapter review questions, chapter overviews, and the “Big Ideas” from each chapter

• A test package featuring more than 445 questions from which teachers can create their own quizzes

• A presentation package offering more than 246 PowerPoint slides that highlight the key points while offering essential visual elements to augment understanding

Equipped to Provide High-Quality Education

The result of this comprehensive overhaul of a standard classic is that both future and current teachers will be prepared and equipped to provide high-quality developmental physical education that can help children be physically active now and throughout their lives.

Part I: The Learner

Chapter 1. Quality Developmental Physical Education

The Case for Quality Physical Education

Overview of Developmental Physical Education

Big Ideas

Chapter 2. The Healthy Child

Physical Activity

Fitness Education

Nutrition Education

Big Ideas

Chapter 3. The Thinking, Feeling, and Socializing Child

The Thinking Child

The Feeling and Socializing Child

Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility

Big Ideas

Chapter 4. The Moving Child

Motor Development and Motor Learning

The Process of Learning

Perceptual-Motor Development

Phases and Stages of Motor Skill Development

Learning New Movement Skills

Making Connections

Big Ideas

Part II: Movement Content and Learning Environment

Chapter 5. The Movement Framework

Rationale for the Movement Framework

Movement Content

Movement Concepts

Putting it All Together

Big Ideas

Chapter 6. The Environment and the Task

The Environment

The Task

Making Connections

Building Movement Task Progressions

Big Ideas

Chapter 7. Designing Movement Skill Practice

Focusing Practice

Classifying Practice

Feedback

Big Ideas

Part III: Instructional Design

Chapter 8. Standards-Based Physical Education

Development of Standards, Outcomes, and Guidelines

National Standards and Outcomes for Physical Education

Unpacking Standards

Guidelines for Preschool Children

Alignment Charts

Big Ideas

Chapter 9. Assessing Student Learning

Understanding Assessment

What to Assess

How to Assess

When to Assess

Grading

Big Ideas

Chapter 10. Effective Teaching: Designing and Implementing Learning Experiences

Choosing Movement Activities

Choosing Practice Conditions and Feedback

Choosing Instructional Strategies

Reproduction Cluster

Production Cluster

Mobility Ability

Universal Design for Learning

Homework

Big Ideas

Chapter 11. Diverse Learners

Marjorie Ellis

What’s in a Name?

Differentiated Instruction

Impact of Federal Laws on Physical Education for Students With Disability

Categories of Disability, Characteristics, and Needs

Dimensions of Diversity

Big Ideas

Chapter 12. Classroom Management

Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility

Positive Teacher Attributes

The Social Contract

The Physical Environment

Establishing Developmentally Appropriate Protocols

Effective Management Practices

Big Ideas

Part IV: Standards-Based Learning Experiences for Pre-K Through Grade 2

Chapter 13. Designing Learning Experiences for Pre-K Students

Development of Pre-K Learners

Designing Instruction

Assessing Learning

Providing Feedback

Activities to Reinforce Personal and Social Responsibility

Movement Activities

Chapter 14. Designing Learning Experiences for K-2 Students

Standards-Based Learning

Assessing Learning

Designing Instruction

Practice and Feedback

Activities to Reinforce Personal and Social Responsibility

Chapter 15. K-2 Learning Experiences for Locomotor Skills

Traveling

Flight

Chapter 16. K-2 Learning Experiences for Stability Skills

Balance

Rolling

Step-Like Actions

Chapter 17. K-2 Learning Experiences for Manipulative Skills

Throwing

Catching

Rolling

Kicking and Dribblin

Bouncing

Strikes With Body Parts

Striking With Paddles

Striking With Bats and Polo Sticks

Part V: Standards-Based Learning Experiences for Grades 3 Through 5

Chapter 18. Designing Learning Experiences for Grades 3 Through 5

Development of Learners in Grades 3 Through 5

Standards-Based Learning

Assessing Learning

Designing Instruction

Practice and Feedback

Activities to Reinforce Personal and Social Responsibility

Chapter 19. Developmental Games

Developmentally Appropriate Games

Best Practices When Teaching Games

Game Classification

Designing Instruction

Big Ideas

Target Games: Combination Level

Target Games: Application Level

Striking and Fielding Games: Combination Level

Striking and Fielding Games: Application Level

Net and Wall Games: Combination Level

Net and Wall Games: Application Level

Invasion Games: Combination Level

Invasion Games: Application Level

Chapter 20. Developmental Dance

Movement Framework for Developmental Dance

The Role of Dance in Physical Education

Outcomes of Developmental Dance

Rhythmic Fundamentals and the Elements of Rhythm

Dance and the Spectrum of Teaching Styles

Developmental Progression for Teaching Creative Dance

Designing Instruction for Developmental Dance

Big Ideas

Learning Experiences for Developmental Dance: Combination Level

Learning Experiences for Developmental Dance: Application Level

Chapter 21. Developmental Gymnastics

Movement Framework for Developmental Gymnastics

Best Practices When Teaching Gymnastics

Designing Instruction for Developmental Gymnastics

Big Ideas

Combination-Level Task Progressions

Application-Level Task Progressions

Chapter 22. Fitness Education for Grades 3 Through 5

Debra Ballinger

FITT Guidelines

Exercise Principles

Skill-Related Fitness Development

Best Practices for Fitness Education

Fitness Assessment

Fitness Education Programs

Enhancing Physical Activity and Fitness With Technology

Designing Instruction

Big Ideas

Exercise Glossary

Part VI: Professional Development

Chapter 23. Developmental Physical Education Curriculum

Steps in Curriculum Planning

Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program

Big Ideas

Chapter 24. Professionalism, Leadership, and Advocacy

Professional Standards

Big Ideas

Frances Cleland-Donnelly, PED, is a professor in the department of kinesiology at West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania. She served on the SHAPE America board of directors and has been president of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education and Pennsylvania State AHPERD (now SHAPE America).

Cleland Donnelly has numerous articles in refereed publications and chapters in books, as well as the previous edition of this book, to her credit. She has made many dozens of presentations at the international, national, district, and state levels. In 2014 she was inducted into the North American Society of HPERSD Professionals and has received numerous awards for teaching and service throughout her career.

David L. Gallahue is professor emeritus and dean emeritus of the School of Public Health at Indiana University. For over 40 years he was active in the study of the applied aspects of the motor development and movement skill learning of young children and youths in physical activity and sport settings and is the author of numerous textbooks, book chapters, and journal articles. His work has been translated into Chinese, Farsi, Greek, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, and Turkish.

Gallahue has been a visiting professor, guest lecturer, and keynote speaker on more than 300 occasions at universities and at professional conferences in 23 countries. He is a past president of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education and a past chair of the Council on Physical Education for Children and the Motor Development Academy. He is an elected member of the NASPE Hall of Fame, the National Academy of Kinesiology, and the North American Society of HPERSD. He also received the Healthy American Fitness Award in recognition of his work with young children. Gallahue has been recognized nationally and internationally for scholarship and leadership focused on young children and has received honorary professorships at Beijing Sport University and Chengdu Sport University, both in China.

Suzanne S. Mueller, EdD, is professor emeritus in the physical education department at East Stroudsburg University, where she taught and administered graduate and undergraduate programs in physical education teacher education for more than three decades. She specialized in the application of standards-based curriculum alignment and the spectrum of teaching styles, motor development and motor learning theory, and developmentally appropriate content and practices for programs and children in pre-K through elementary physical education.

 Dr. Mueller has been a consultant for several university and school district faculty on standards-based alignment of their programs with state and national physical education standards. She has published articles and presented at national and international conferences and evaluated university and school programs for state and national accreditation.

All ancillaries are free to adopting instructors and available online.

Web resource. Includes reproducible forms, learning aids from the book, additional learning activities, some of which are enhanced by video clips that demonstrate concepts in action.

Instructor guide. Features in-class activities, chapter summaries and objectives, review questions, worksheets, and the “Big Ideas” from each chapter.

Test package. Features more than 350 questions, from which teachers can create their own quizzes.

Presentation package. Offers more than 246 PowerPoint slides that highlight the key points while offering essential visual elements to augment the understanding.
Frances Cleland-Donnelly,Suzanne S. Mueller,David Gallahue

Developmental Physical Education for All Children 5th Edition PDF With Web Resource

$86.00 USD

A book that has long been a standard for developmental physical education returns in a new, thoroughly updated edition with a sharpened focus on preparing tomorrow’s physical educators to deliver developmentally appropriate lessons and activities for children in pre-K through grade 5.

Developmental Physical Education for All Children, now in its fifth edition and available in both print and e-book versions, takes a student-focused, comprehensive approach in preparing future teachers to create programs that enable children to gain the knowledge, skills, and dispositions vital to leading a physically active lifestyle.

This new edition is the first in more than a decade, with revisions and updates that make it like a brand-new book—one that maintains its solid foundations and instruction while equipping teachers for success in the 21st century.

How This Text Prepares Teachers

Developmental Physical Education for All Children, Fifth Edition, features the following benefits:

• Shows teachers how to translate child development theory and research from the psychomotor, cognitive, affective, and fitness domains into practice

• Offers teachers the understanding they need to create developmentally appropriate lessons that align with the new SHAPE America National Standards for Physical Education with grade-level outcomes, assessments, and instructions on implementing learning goals for students in pre-K through grade 5

• Provides multiple standards-based movement experiences for pre-K through grade 5 learners that include movement tasks and extensions, scaled learning environments, skill cues, practice strategies, teaching style choices, and formative assessments aligned with goals

• Supplies learning goal blueprints that integrate specialized skills, movement concepts, and tactics for developmental games, dance, and gymnastics

Content Overview

Future and current teachers will learn the research and theory behind this developmentally sound approach, which emphasizes movement skills and increased physical competence based on the developmental levels of pre-K through fifth-grade students. The first half of the book covers the learner, the movement content, the learning environment, and the instructional design; the second half provides detailed standards-based learning experiences, which are now organized by developmental level.

The concluding section offers two chapters on professionalism in the 21st century, giving teachers a conceptual framework to prepare and implement a developmental, standards-based scope and sequence for pre-K through grade 5 physical education and offering advice on staying current, being professionally involved, and advocating for comprehensive school physical activity.

Practical Ancillaries

Developmental Physical Education for All Children also provides a robust lineup of online ancillaries:

• A student web resource with reproducible forms that can be printed along with learning aids from the book and additional learning activities, some of which are enhanced by more than 20 video clips that demonstrate concepts in action

• An instructor guide that features in-class activities, answers to chapter review questions, chapter overviews, and the “Big Ideas” from each chapter

• A test package featuring more than 445 questions from which teachers can create their own quizzes

• A presentation package offering more than 246 PowerPoint slides that highlight the key points while offering essential visual elements to augment understanding

Equipped to Provide High-Quality Education

The result of this comprehensive overhaul of a standard classic is that both future and current teachers will be prepared and equipped to provide high-quality developmental physical education that can help children be physically active now and throughout their lives.

Part I: The Learner

Chapter 1. Quality Developmental Physical Education

The Case for Quality Physical Education

Overview of Developmental Physical Education

Big Ideas

Chapter 2. The Healthy Child

Physical Activity

Fitness Education

Nutrition Education

Big Ideas

Chapter 3. The Thinking, Feeling, and Socializing Child

The Thinking Child

The Feeling and Socializing Child

Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility

Big Ideas

Chapter 4. The Moving Child

Motor Development and Motor Learning

The Process of Learning

Perceptual-Motor Development

Phases and Stages of Motor Skill Development

Learning New Movement Skills

Making Connections

Big Ideas

Part II: Movement Content and Learning Environment

Chapter 5. The Movement Framework

Rationale for the Movement Framework

Movement Content

Movement Concepts

Putting it All Together

Big Ideas

Chapter 6. The Environment and the Task

The Environment

The Task

Making Connections

Building Movement Task Progressions

Big Ideas

Chapter 7. Designing Movement Skill Practice

Focusing Practice

Classifying Practice

Feedback

Big Ideas

Part III: Instructional Design

Chapter 8. Standards-Based Physical Education

Development of Standards, Outcomes, and Guidelines

National Standards and Outcomes for Physical Education

Unpacking Standards

Guidelines for Preschool Children

Alignment Charts

Big Ideas

Chapter 9. Assessing Student Learning

Understanding Assessment

What to Assess

How to Assess

When to Assess

Grading

Big Ideas

Chapter 10. Effective Teaching: Designing and Implementing Learning Experiences

Choosing Movement Activities

Choosing Practice Conditions and Feedback

Choosing Instructional Strategies

Reproduction Cluster

Production Cluster

Mobility Ability

Universal Design for Learning

Homework

Big Ideas

Chapter 11. Diverse Learners

Marjorie Ellis

What’s in a Name?

Differentiated Instruction

Impact of Federal Laws on Physical Education for Students With Disability

Categories of Disability, Characteristics, and Needs

Dimensions of Diversity

Big Ideas

Chapter 12. Classroom Management

Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility

Positive Teacher Attributes

The Social Contract

The Physical Environment

Establishing Developmentally Appropriate Protocols

Effective Management Practices

Big Ideas

Part IV: Standards-Based Learning Experiences for Pre-K Through Grade 2

Chapter 13. Designing Learning Experiences for Pre-K Students

Development of Pre-K Learners

Designing Instruction

Assessing Learning

Providing Feedback

Activities to Reinforce Personal and Social Responsibility

Movement Activities

Chapter 14. Designing Learning Experiences for K-2 Students

Standards-Based Learning

Assessing Learning

Designing Instruction

Practice and Feedback

Activities to Reinforce Personal and Social Responsibility

Chapter 15. K-2 Learning Experiences for Locomotor Skills

Traveling

Flight

Chapter 16. K-2 Learning Experiences for Stability Skills

Balance

Rolling

Step-Like Actions

Chapter 17. K-2 Learning Experiences for Manipulative Skills

Throwing

Catching

Rolling

Kicking and Dribblin

Bouncing

Strikes With Body Parts

Striking With Paddles

Striking With Bats and Polo Sticks

Part V: Standards-Based Learning Experiences for Grades 3 Through 5

Chapter 18. Designing Learning Experiences for Grades 3 Through 5

Development of Learners in Grades 3 Through 5

Standards-Based Learning

Assessing Learning

Designing Instruction

Practice and Feedback

Activities to Reinforce Personal and Social Responsibility

Chapter 19. Developmental Games

Developmentally Appropriate Games

Best Practices When Teaching Games

Game Classification

Designing Instruction

Big Ideas

Target Games: Combination Level

Target Games: Application Level

Striking and Fielding Games: Combination Level

Striking and Fielding Games: Application Level

Net and Wall Games: Combination Level

Net and Wall Games: Application Level

Invasion Games: Combination Level

Invasion Games: Application Level

Chapter 20. Developmental Dance

Movement Framework for Developmental Dance

The Role of Dance in Physical Education

Outcomes of Developmental Dance

Rhythmic Fundamentals and the Elements of Rhythm

Dance and the Spectrum of Teaching Styles

Developmental Progression for Teaching Creative Dance

Designing Instruction for Developmental Dance

Big Ideas

Learning Experiences for Developmental Dance: Combination Level

Learning Experiences for Developmental Dance: Application Level

Chapter 21. Developmental Gymnastics

Movement Framework for Developmental Gymnastics

Best Practices When Teaching Gymnastics

Designing Instruction for Developmental Gymnastics

Big Ideas

Combination-Level Task Progressions

Application-Level Task Progressions

Chapter 22. Fitness Education for Grades 3 Through 5

Debra Ballinger

FITT Guidelines

Exercise Principles

Skill-Related Fitness Development

Best Practices for Fitness Education

Fitness Assessment

Fitness Education Programs

Enhancing Physical Activity and Fitness With Technology

Designing Instruction

Big Ideas

Exercise Glossary

Part VI: Professional Development

Chapter 23. Developmental Physical Education Curriculum

Steps in Curriculum Planning

Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program

Big Ideas

Chapter 24. Professionalism, Leadership, and Advocacy

Professional Standards

Big Ideas

Frances Cleland-Donnelly, PED, is a professor in the department of kinesiology at West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania. She served on the SHAPE America board of directors and has been president of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education and Pennsylvania State AHPERD (now SHAPE America).

Cleland Donnelly has numerous articles in refereed publications and chapters in books, as well as the previous edition of this book, to her credit. She has made many dozens of presentations at the international, national, district, and state levels. In 2014 she was inducted into the North American Society of HPERSD Professionals and has received numerous awards for teaching and service throughout her career.

David L. Gallahue is professor emeritus and dean emeritus of the School of Public Health at Indiana University. For over 40 years he was active in the study of the applied aspects of the motor development and movement skill learning of young children and youths in physical activity and sport settings and is the author of numerous textbooks, book chapters, and journal articles. His work has been translated into Chinese, Farsi, Greek, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, and Turkish.

Gallahue has been a visiting professor, guest lecturer, and keynote speaker on more than 300 occasions at universities and at professional conferences in 23 countries. He is a past president of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education and a past chair of the Council on Physical Education for Children and the Motor Development Academy. He is an elected member of the NASPE Hall of Fame, the National Academy of Kinesiology, and the North American Society of HPERSD. He also received the Healthy American Fitness Award in recognition of his work with young children. Gallahue has been recognized nationally and internationally for scholarship and leadership focused on young children and has received honorary professorships at Beijing Sport University and Chengdu Sport University, both in China.

Suzanne S. Mueller, EdD, is professor emeritus in the physical education department at East Stroudsburg University, where she taught and administered graduate and undergraduate programs in physical education teacher education for more than three decades. She specialized in the application of standards-based curriculum alignment and the spectrum of teaching styles, motor development and motor learning theory, and developmentally appropriate content and practices for programs and children in pre-K through elementary physical education.

 Dr. Mueller has been a consultant for several university and school district faculty on standards-based alignment of their programs with state and national physical education standards. She has published articles and presented at national and international conferences and evaluated university and school programs for state and national accreditation.

All ancillaries are free to adopting instructors and available online.

Web resource. Includes reproducible forms, learning aids from the book, additional learning activities, some of which are enhanced by video clips that demonstrate concepts in action.

Instructor guide. Features in-class activities, chapter summaries and objectives, review questions, worksheets, and the “Big Ideas” from each chapter.

Test package. Features more than 350 questions, from which teachers can create their own quizzes.

Presentation package. Offers more than 246 PowerPoint slides that highlight the key points while offering essential visual elements to augment the understanding.

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