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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sharon A Wynne; Carrie Harper
|Notes:||Freed-Hardeman University, Loden-Daniel Library notes:
DOMAIN I: CONTENT KNOWLEDGE AND STUDENT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT -- COMPETENCY 1: CORE CONCEPTS -- Skill 1.1: Terminology, principles, concepts, and applications of the basic sciences as related to motor skills and movement activities -- Skill 1.2: Principles of biomechanics and kinesiology as they relate to motor skills and movement patterns -- Skill 1.3: Movement concepts -- Skill 1:4: Exercise physiology -- Skill 1:5: Anatomy and physiology -- Skill 1.6: Current and historical trends, issues, and developments in physical education -- Skill 1:7: Understanding of the rules, strategies, skills, techniques, and concepts associated with a variety of movement activities and games across the age and grade spectra; emphasis predominately on softball, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field, and vollyball, with questions based on possibly other sports and activities commonly used in physical education settings -- Skill 1:8: Liability and legal consideration pertaining to the use of equipment, class organization, supervision, and program selection -- Skill 1:9: Effects of substance abuse on student performance, health, and behavior -- COMPETENCY 2: STUDENT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT -- Skill 2:1: Sequential and developmentally appropriate learning and practice opportunities based on growth and motor development stages, individual characteristics and individual needs of students, learning environment, and task -- Skill 2.2: Monitoring of individual performance and group performance in order to design safe instruction that meets students' developmental needs in the psychomotor, cognitive, and affective domains -- Skill 2.3: Developmental readiness to learn and refine motor skills and movement patterns -- Skill 2:4. Perception in motor development -- Skill 2.5. Appropriate and effective instruction related to students' cultures and ethnicities, personal values, family structures, home environments, and community values -- Skill 2:6: Use of appropriate professional support services and resources to meet students' needs -- DOMAIN II: MANAGEMENT, MOTIVATION, AND COMMUNICATION -- COMPETENCY 3: MANAGEMENT AND MOTIVATION -- Skill 3:1: Principles of classroom management practices that create effective learning experiences in physical educational settings -- Skill 3.2: Psychological and social factors that affect individual learning and group learning, participation, cooperation, and performance in physical education settings -- Skill 3:3: Organization, allocation, and management of resources to provide active and equitable learning experiences -- Skill 3.4: Motivation of students to participate in physical activity both in school and outside of school -- Skill 3.5: Promotion of positive relationships, encouragement of responsible personal and social behaviors among students, and establishment of a productive learning environment -- Skill 3.6: Development and use of an effective behavior management plan -- COMPETENCY 4: COMMUNICATION -- Skill 4.1: Effective verbal and nonverbal communication skills in a variety of physical activity settings -- Skill 4:2: Specific appropriate instructional feedback in skill acquisition, student learning, and motivation.
Skill 4:3: Communication of classroom management and instructional information in a variety of ways -- Skill 4.4: Communicatiion in ways that show respect and consideration for students, colleagues, and parents -- DOMAIN III: PLANNING, INSTRUCTION, AND STUDENT ASSESSMENT -- COMPETENCY 5: PLANNING AND INSTRUCTION -- Skill 5:1: Teaching of skillful movement, physical activity, and fitness via pedagogy, sociology, psychology, anatomy and physiology, biomechanics and kinesiology, motor development and motor learning -- Skill 5.2: Sequencing of motor skill activities and use of movement concepts and effective strategies to improve learning in physical education activities and to improve skill development -- Skill 5:3: Provision of feedback to enhance skill development -- Skill 5.4: Activities designed to improve health-related fitness -- Skill 5.5: Current issues, trends, and laws affecting the choice of appropriate program and instructional goals and objectives -- Skill 5.6: Identification, development, and implementation of appropriate program and instructional goals and objectives -- Skill 5.7: Development of unit and lesson plans based on local, state, and national standards; program goals; instructional goals; and students' needs -- Skill 5.8: Appropriate instructional strategies to facilitate learning in the physical activity setting based on selected content, students' needs, safety concerns, facilities and equipment, and instructional models -- Skill 5.9: Use of teaching resources and curriculum materials to design learning experiences -- Skill 5.10: Explanations, demonstrations, and appropriate instructional cues and prompts to link physical activity concepts to learning experiences and to facilitate motor skill performance -- Skill 5.11: General and specific safety and injury prevention guideliines for planning of movement and fitness activities -- COMPETENCY 6: STUDENT ASSESSMENT -- Skill 6.1: Assessment of student skill performance and fitness via a variety of tools -- Skill 6.2: Gathering of data and assessment of student learning in the cognitive and affective domains by a variety of techniques.
Skill 6.3: Understanding of fitness assessments such as President's challenge and fitness program -- Skill 6.4: Types of assessments and assessment methods -- Skill 6.5: Validity, reliability, bias, and ways of interpreting assessment results -- Skill 6.6: Appropriate assessment techniques to assess and improve students' understanding and performance, provide feedback, communicate students' progress, guide students' personal goal setting, and guide curricular and instructional decisions -- Skill 6.7: Involvement of students in self-assessment and peer assessment -- Skill 6.8: Appropriate assessment of individuals with disabilities -- Skill 6.9: Referral procedures under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act -- DOMAIN IV: COLLABORATION, REFLECTION, AND TECHNOLOGY -- COMPETENCY 7: COLLABORATION -- Skill 7.1: Current educational issues that cross subject matter boundaries -- Skill 7.2: Integration of knowledge and skills from mulitple subject areas in physical education -- Skill 7.3: Establishment of productive realtionships to support student growth and well-being with school colleagues and administrators, parents and guardians, community members, and organizations -- Skill 7.4: Promotion of a variety of opportunties for physical activity in the school and the community -- COMPETENCY 8: REFLECTION -- Skill 8.1: Use of the reflective cycle to facilitate change in teacher performance, student learning, and instructional goals and decisions -- Skill 8.2: Use of available resources to develop and grow as a reflective professional -- COMPETENCY 9: TECHNOLOGY -- Skill 9.1: Design, development, and implementation of student learning activities that integrate information technology -- Skill 9.2: Use of technologies to communicate, instruct, access, keep records, network, locate resources, present information, and enhance professional development -- DOMAIN V: SUPPLEMENTAL CONTENT -- Sample test -- Bonus sample test.
A study-guide for state-specific teacher certification examinations. A study guide for certification success.
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|Description:||xxii, 250 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Physical education 091|
|Responsibility:||by Sharon Wynne ; contributing author, Carrie Harper.|
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