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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Resources for Game Plan

After looking at the things I need to address and work on when reviewing my game plan I thought about some resources that I am going to have to take a look at in order to be successful for my game plan. First of all I want to get better at Assessments within my curriculum. I think the best way to start that is to contact my teaching professionals, that would be other Physical Education teachers in my district and see how they assess within their classes and things we do that are similar and that are different and possibly make changes. Also, while asking my peers I want to see how they incorporate more technology within our curriculum in Physical Education without taking the physical activity part out of it. I believe it is extremely important to keep kids active and moving however, with our rapidly changing 21st century student. I feel it is important to keep my students interested in Physical Education with more technology being included in our curriculum. I can access more videos and media in order to show students how exactly some skills and activities should look but I would like some more types of technology within the actual movement piece of Physical Education when they are actually doing the activities.

1 comment:

  1. Fred,

    Something that the physical education teachers do at the school district that I teach at is they are able to find a game or two that students love to participate in each year and they throw themselves into the game for an entire quarter. In my school district, the game is called "Pickle-ball." It has it's origins within the community and was a popular game played by those growing up in the 1950s and is still popular today. Finding something that you can connect with the community and bring it into your curriculum is something I would suggest. Even if the community doesn't have a staple game, you can always create one!

    -Ryan Schupp