3.3 KINES126 - consumption cigarette smoking Affective...

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KINES126.1 Wednesday, March 3rd, 1999 Announcements: The assignments will be graded as follows: assignments 1, 3, 5 if the first letter of last name is A- L, Dr. Maney will grade your assignment; Wendy will grade your assignment if the first letter of your last name is M-Z. assignments 2 and 4 if the first letter of last name is M- Z, Dr. Maney will grade your assignment; Wendy will grade your assignment if the first letter of your last name is A-L. Lecture Notes: Evaluating students Observation Observing students throughout each activity. Observing students' food choices at lunch time. Is the student consuming a healthy diet? Observation of students' use or nonuse of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs. Does student come to class smelling of smoke? Health Behavior Contracts Focus is not on mastery of skill, but it is focused on the effort to master skill. Students could keep journals to self manage stress, food
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Unformatted text preview: consumption, cigarette smoking. Affective domain. • Pariticipation~cooperative activities Communication skills: How well do students communicate their feelings about a health related activity? Peer Resistance: Role play. Have students practice a life skill. Decision Making: Dramatization activities. • Testing Most relied upon evaluation of students in school setting. Includes worksheets, true/false exams, multiple choice exams, essay exams, etc. Cognitive oriented. • Portfolio Assessment Helps children realize what they have accomplished in the year. Evaluation of the Teacher • "The unexamined life is not worth living"--Socrates • Improve your best practice. • You want to constantly improve your teaching. e.g. Penn State's teacher evaluation: SRTE's...
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