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Chapter 1: Measurement, Evaluation, Assessment, and Statistics Outline: Assumptions Life Long Learner Nature of Measurement and Evaluation Statistics, measurement, test, interpretation, evaluation, assessment Process of Assessment Assessment of Programs 4 Measurement Domains Health-related Physical Fitness, Psychomotor, Cognitive, Affective Small Group Task Reasons for Measurement Why Statistics?

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Student Objectives: 1. Define statistics. 2. Describe what it means to be a life long learner. 3. Define and explain the terms: test, measurement, evaluation, and assessment, and give examples of each. 4. Explain the difference between norm-referenced and criterion-referenced standards. 5. Define and explain the 4 measurement domains. 6. List and describe the reasons for measurement and evaluation by the physical educator. 7. Explain why the ability to use statistics is important for in kinesiology and sport studies.
“I don’t need statistics or measurement strategies, I am going to work in a fitness center.” “I don’t need statistics, I am going to be a teacher.” To be a professional in physical education, health or exercise sciences, knowledge of Allows for decision making. Assumptions:

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The Life Long Learner – Preparing for the Future! Lifelong learning - which stimulates & empowers individuals to acquire throughout their lifetime and to apply these skills with confidence and creativity (Learning and Literacy Br of HRDC, 1998).
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• Winter '18
• Gary Schnidler
• life long learner, Measurement and Evaluation

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