mte537 | Graduate
Curriculum Const & Assmt: Physical Education And Health
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Instructional and Assessment Strategies in Physical Education
- Evaluate materials and resources related to physical education.
- Describe the relationship between the stages of K-8 students’ growth and development to movement, skill development, and fitness.
- Analyze instructional techniques and methods for the physical education curriculum.
- Examine how to adapt physical education instruction and assessment for diverse learners.
- Describe ways of integrating technology into physical education instruction.
Physical Education and Health Content
- Identify the history, purpose, and scope of health education and physical education.
- Define health and wellness.
- Examine state and national health education and physical education standards.
- Examine ways in which health and physical education can be integrated into other content areas.
Integrating Health, Physical Education, and Other Content
- Design an integrated instructional unit.
- Demonstrate an age-appropriate integrated lesson on a key content area of physical education and health.
- Create assessments that align to lesson objectives and include performance-oriented tasks.
Instructional and Assessment Strategies in Health Education
- Describe the relationship between the stages of K-8 students’ growth and development to a healthy lifestyle, self-concept, and wellness.
- Analyze instructional strategies for teaching health.
- Examine how to adapt health education instruction and assessment for diverse learners.
- Evaluate materials and resources related to health.
- Describe ways of integrating technology into health education instruction.
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