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Authentic Assessment in Physical Education
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Assessment in our Field: What’s the Challenge? As Physical Educators, we are responsible for multiple Domains: 1. Health-Related Physical Fitness (and improvements) 2. Cognitive Domain 3. Psychomotor (This is what makes our field unique) 4. Affective Domain What are other disciplines primarily concerned with? COGNITIVE DOMAIN
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What Does NASPE say about Appropriate Instruction?: 1. Full inclusion of all students 2. Maximum practice opportunities for class activities 3. Well-Designed lessons that facilitate student learning 4. Out-of-school assignments that support learning,practice, and establishing life-long habits 5. No use of physical activity as punishment 6. Use of regular assessment to monitor, reinforce, and plan for student learning
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NASPE’s Standards for PE: A Physically Educated Person: Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities. Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities. Participates regularly in physical activity Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self- expression, and/or social interaction
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What are Appropriate Practice for Assessment? 1. Teacher decisions are based on ongoing individual assessments of children as they participate in PE class. 2. This info is used to individualize instruction and also to: 1. Plan curriculum 2. Plan daily lessons 3. Communicate with parents 4. Identify children with special needs 5. Evaluate the program’s effectiveness
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What is “Inappropriate Practice in Assessment?: 1. Assessment in the classroom addresses classroom rule compliance. 2. Dress, attendance, and effort are counted in affective area 3. Assessment is not multifaceted; based on a single performance score on fitness tests 4. Assessment only occurs in the context of grading 5. Assessment items focus on isolated skills in artificial context (EX: dribbling between cones instead of game situations)
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Formative and Summative Assessment – What’s the Difference and Why does it matter? Formative assessment – occurs DURING the unit or program Intent is that work on what is being assessed will continue Summative assessment – occurs at the end of the unit program. Formative assessments are used to make adjustments in the learning process ! Formative assessment does the following:
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