Physical education teacher candidates plan and implement developmentally appropriate learning experiences aligned with local state, and national standards to address the diverse needs of all student
Element: 3.1 Design and implement short and long term plans that are linked to program and instructional goals as well as a variety of student needs.
Artifact: 255 Scope and Sequence
Date: Fall 2011
This artifact, Scope and Sequence relates to element 3.1. It relates because I implemented plans for my dream PE schools.
The artifact shows when I believe it is the right time to introduce, become competent, and proficient in the different locomotor movements, team passing, net/wall, target, striking fielding, aquatics, dance and aesthetic, fitness outdoor, and personal performance activities.
It is important for a physical educator to implement short and long term plans that lead to instructional goals. We must plan accordingly and instruct the students in becoming competent in at least 6 and proficient in 3 activities over 3 different units.
Element: 3.3 Design and implement content that are aligned with lesson objectives
Artifact: 255 International Games Lesson Plan
Date: Fall 2011
This meets standard 3, element 3.3, by me understand how to create a lesson plan for an international game and implement it by teaching through the physical
This artifact shows my ability to teach to a class of 20 and inform them factually information about Rugby played in England
I believe that a physical educators hardest part of their career is to develop a lesson plan and lesson objectives according to the NYS and NASPE standards. A reflective teacher always makes changes to his or her lesson plans as they teach the lesson multiple times. Physical educators need their lesson plans to meet the needs of their students.