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Assessment in Physical Education KIN 2577
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Healthy Tips of the Day Switch from ice cream to frozen yogurt Substitute sweet potatoes for regular baked potatoes or fries Add canned beans or a handful nuts to your salad Take the stairs, not the elevator Keep a stock of low calorie snacks on hand Grab the cell phone and go for a walk Try spices and seasonings “powders” instead of salt or seasoning salt
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Overview Definition and Background Pros and Cons Traditional Assessment Model Alternative/Authentic Assessment Models Sample Assessment Tools Challenges with Implementation ACTIVITY!
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Definition of Assessment (NASPE, 1995) The process of testing and evaluating (grading) students to determine progress towards program goals. BOTTOM LINE : Determine whether PE standards are being met (NASPE, 2004)
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Arguments for Assessment Legitimizes PE – “we test too” Form of communication with parents Student accountability Teacher accountability Reward skilled (product) and effortful (process) students
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course KIN 2577 taught by Professor Carson during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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