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National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education PDF

National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education PDF

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    Focused on physical literacy and measurable outcomes, empowering physical educators to help students meet the Common Core standards, and coming from a recently renamed but longstanding organization intent on shaping a standard of excellence in physical education, National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education is all that and much more. Created by SHAPE America — Society of Health and Physical Educators (formerly AAHPERD) — this text unveils the new National Standards for K-12 Physical Education. The standards and text have been retooled to support students’ holistic development.

    This is the third iteration of the National Standards for K-12 Physical Education, and this latest version features two prominent changes:

    The term physical literacy underpins the standards. It encompasses the three domains of physical education (psychomotor, cognitive, and affective) and considers not only physical competence and knowledge but also attitudes, motivation, and the social and psychological skills needed for participation.

    • Grade-level outcomes support the national physical education standards. These measurable outcomes are organized by level (elementary, middle, and high school) and by standard. They provide a bridge between the new standards and K-12 physical education curriculum development and make it easy for teachers to assess and track student progress across grades, resulting in physically literate students.

    In developing the grade-level outcomes, the authors focus on motor skill competency, student engagement and intrinsic motivation, instructional climate, gender differences, lifetime activity approach, and physical activity. All outcomes are written to align with the standards and with the intent of fostering lifelong physical activity.

    National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education presents the standards and outcomes in ways that will help preservice teachers and current practitioners plan curricula, units, lessons, and tasks. The text also

    • empowers physical educators to help students meet the Common Core standards;

    • allows teachers to see the new standards and the scope and sequence for outcomes for all grade levels at a glance in a colorful, easy-to-read format; and

    • provides administrators, parents, and policy makers with a framework for understanding what students should know and be able to do as a result of their physical education instruction.

    The result is a text that teachers can confidently use in creating and enhancing high-quality programs that prepare students to be physically literate and active their whole lives.

    Table of Contents

    Section I. Exploring the National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes

    Chapter 1. Developing a Curriculum Framework

    Key Changes to the Standards

    Guiding Research

    Application of Findings

    Chapter 2. National Standards for K-12 Physical Education

    Reading the Grade-Level Outcomes

    Chapter 3. Elementary School-Level Outcomes (K-Grade 5)

    Guidance for Using Elementary School Outcomes

    Critical Elements

    Grade-Level Outcomes for Elementary School

    Chapter 4. Middle School-Level Outcomes (Grades 6-8)

    Guidance for Using Middle School Outcomes

    Grade-Level Outcomes for Middle School (Grades 6-8)

    Operational Definitions of Activity Categories

    Chapter 5. High School-Level Outcomes (Grades 9-12)

    Guidance for Using High School Outcomes

    Outcomes for High School (Grades 9-12)

    Operational Definitions of Activity Categories

    Section II. Implementing the Outcomes

    Chapter 6. Outcomes Skills & Knowledge Across Grade Levels

    Scope & Sequence for K-12 Physical Education

    Chapter 7. Teaching for Content and Skill Mastery

    Defining Deliberate Practice

    The Role of Feedback and Deliberate Practice

    Creating a Mastery Climate

    Summary

    Chapter 8. Evidence of Student Learning

    The Goal of Assessment

    Guidelines for Developing Assessments

    Summary

    Chapter 9. Resources for Teaching the Standards & Outcomes

    Using Technology to Teach the Standards & Outcomes

    Choosing the Right Technology

    Summary

    SHAPE America Resources for Teaching to the Standards & Outcomes

    About the Chapter 9 Contributors

    About the Author

    SHAPE America — Society of Health and Physical Educators (formerly AAHPERD) — is the largest organization of physical educators in the country, with close to 20,000 members. SHAPE America created the first-ever K-12 physical education national standards; developed the Let’s Move in School public awareness campaign to increase physical activity before, during, and after school; and originated the Shape of the Nation Report, which reviews the status of physical education across the United States. Among its many partners, SHAPE America works with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, the American Heart Association, The Cooper Institute, First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative, and the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition.