May 06, 2021
PESH 445 - Curriculum Development and Assessment in Physical Education
Examination of specific pedagogical principles and their impact on the teaching of human movement.
Prerequisites: PESH 341, PESH 342, and PESH 343.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
- Create interdisciplinary learning experiences that allow learners to integrate knowledge and skills from multiple subject areas.
- Employ concepts, assumptions, and debates central to the process of inquiry in the study of physical activity.
- Assess individual and group performance in order to design safe instruction that meets learner development al needs in the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional domains.
- Describe and implement strategies for building a community of learners as it relates to the overall health of k-12 students and their schools.
- Use a variety of formal and informal assessment techniques to assess learner performance, provide feedback, and communicate learner progress.
- Use and interpret performance data to inform instructional decisions.
- Select and use developmentally appropriate assessment strategies and instruments congruent with physical activity learning goals.
- Use strategies to help learners become self- motivated in their learning.
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