Standard 2

Skill and Fitness Based Competence
Physical education teacher candidates are physically educated individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to demonstrate competent movement performance and health enhancing fitness delineated in the NASPE K-12 Standards.

Element: 2.1 Demonstrate personal competence in motor skill performance for a variety of physical activities and movement patterns.

Date: Fall 2011


This artifact represents an assessment my professor gave me of the quantitative and qualitative skills of Volleyball. We were given a pre test at the beginning of the first week of class followed by post test at the last week of classes to see our improvement.

This artifact shows my ability to correctly demonstrate the fundamentals in the game of volleyball.

I believe that physical educators should be able to be competent in motor skills for a variety of physical activities as well at different movement patterns

Element: 2.2 Achieve and maintain a health enhancing level of fitness throughout the program.

                NutritionCalc Food Intake
                NutritionCalc Banner

Date: Spring 2012


Nutrition Calc is a website that you can pay for and follow your nutrition intake and calories burned through daily activity. This website has a variety of tools such as recording your food intake and physical activity for each day over a period time. The website does a great job using different charts to show your strength and weakness’ in your diet and calories burned.

This artifact shows my ability to maintain a healthy level of fitness through tracking my diet and changing my daily intakes to meet my DRI.

This artifact is important to my development as a physical educator because it helps me realize the nutrition I need to maintain a healthy level of fitness. This is a great tool to introduce to high school students who are involved in athletics.

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