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KIN 3502 Lab this week: computer lab Lab Sheet and Data file are posted Sections 1-5 meet in 44G Long Field House Section 6 meet in 118 Peabody Times vary by section, see lab report
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Key concepts from Day One Measurement vs. Evaluation Formative and Summative Evaluation Norm-referenced vs. Criterion-Referenced
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Models of Evaluation Educational Objective: Gives Direction to instruction Pretest How much has been learned Current Status Appropriate activity (next step) to achieve objectives Instruction: Meet individual needs Measurement Gauge achievement of objectives Key element: select test that measures the objective Evaluation Did desired changes achieve the objective? Dynamic Process Feedback loop to each component of the model
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Models of Evaluation Adult Fitness Model Fitness Test One or more components Exercise Prescription Define needs and develop parameters Exercise Program Address interests and goals Fitness Test Repeat of initial tests Evaluation Dynamic process Loop back to components
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Public Health Initiatives Surgeon General’s Report (USDHHS, 1996) Purpose: To summarize the existing literature on the role  of physical activity in preventing disease and on  the status of interventions to increase PA Identified physical inactivity as a major health  risk factor in our society
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Occupation and Coronary Heart Disease First step: Compare sedentary individuals with those who were active Use occupations to compare groups Clerks, Switchmen, Section Men Who is most at risk for CVD? Men who burned fewer calories (less active) 
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