Monday, May 10, 2010

Standard 1

Standard 1: Scientific and Theoretical Knowledge
Physical education teacher candidates know and apply discipline-specific scientific and theoretical concepts critical to the development of physically educated individuals.

Element 1.3: Describe and apply motor development theory and principles related to skillful movement, physical activity, and fitness.

Date: Spring 2010

Artifact: PED 201 Motor Development Lab Reflection and Observation

The link above brings you to a reflection from the third lab I attended at St. Mary’s in Cortland. The labs I attended were on Monday’s from 3:00-5:00, and I presented different games to the students, and I also observed different motor skills by watching the students play. In this lab reflection, I reflect on the abilities of the students to perform the skills that they needed to execute to be successful in the games we played. I also state some strategies I have found to work well when trying to connect with the students. I have found that I need to be very enthusiastic, loud, and a huge key is to get the kids moving as soon as possible, and with as little breaks in the action as possible. This artifact also includes an assessment sheet. I assessed two students on their abilities to perform a leap, a horizontal jump, and a slide successfully. The two students who were assessed were a male and female student.

Standard 2

Standard 2: Skill and Fitness Based Competence*
Physical education teacher candidates are physically educated individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to demonstrate competent movement performance and health enhancing fitness as delineated in the NASPE K – 12 Standards.

Standard 3

Standard 3: Planning and Implementation
Physical education teacher candidates plan and implement developmentally appropriate learning experiences aligned with local, state, and national standards to address the diverse needs of all students.

Standard 4

Standard 4: Instructional Delivery and Management
Physical education teacher candidates use effective communication and pedagogical skills and strategies to enhance student engagement and learning.