Presentation on theme: "Technology for PETE: Developing and Teaching an Undergraduate Technology Class Dr. Joanne Leight Ms. Emily Hunter Slippery Rock University AAHPERD Convention."— Presentation transcript:
Technology for PETE: Developing and Teaching an Undergraduate Technology Class Dr. Joanne Leight Ms. Emily Hunter Slippery Rock University AAHPERD Convention San Diego, CA March 30, 2011
Overview – Technology for PETE Slippery Rock University PETE Program History Curriculum Changes Technology for PETE Course Development Design Content Evaluation and Revisions
Slippery Rock University One of the 14 state-owned institutions that comprise the State System of Higher Education of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (PASSHE). Founded in 1889 as a teacher education institution, Slippery Rock has grown into a comprehensive university. There are over 50 buildings on a 660 acre campus located in western Pennsylvania, less than one hour north of Pittsburgh. Approximately 8600 undergraduate students. Over 65 different majors.
PETE Program at the Rock Over 450 Physical Education Teacher Education Majors Nineteen full time faculty members / Five part time Fourteen Student Teaching Centers Three Out-of-Region Student Teaching Opportunities Dublin, Ireland (Fall); Mexico City (Spring); Raleigh, NC (Summer) Three Minors Adapted Physical Activity Aquatics Coaching Two student run clubs PETE Club FIT Club One Honorary Phi Epsilon Kappa One Graduate Program Adapted Physical Activity
History of Curriculum Change Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Board of Governors mandated that all degree programs must be capped at 120 credit hours (2002). SRUs PETE program required 141 credit hours for dual certification in H/PE, grades K-12. Physical Education department spent two years revising the PETE program. While shaving credits and combining courses, one class was added: Technology for PETE
History of Curriculum Change – (cont.) Exit interviews determined that technology was an area of deficiency for PETE students. While proficient with numerous modes of technology, many students did not possess the skills necessary for using technology specific to physical education. Students did not know how to integrate technology into their lessons and teaching experiences.
Technology Course Development Researched what to include in course. Linked course content to following standards: NASPE International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) SRU College of Education (COE) Framework Fall 2003 - Final approval of course syllabus Spring 2004 - Course was taught for the first time. Two sections of 30 students for each subsequent semester.
Technology Course Design Two main components Lecture Using Technology in Physical Education (Mohnsen, 2010) Lab Technology for PETE Handbook (Leight, 2010) Laptops – Fall 2005 Computer Lab – Fall 2009 Course Evaluation Quizzes and Exams Projects
Course Content - Lecture Introduction to Technology in Health and PE Computers 101 Text-Based Documents Data Manipulation Using Images Using Video Using Audio Using Telecommunication Instructional Software Assessing Student Learning Measuring Devices Interactive Devices Online Physical Education Improving the Instructional Delivery The Future of Technology
Course Content - Lab Microsoft Applications Word Assignment Publisher Award certificate Flyer Brochure Newsletter Fitness calendar Front Page Web Design Diabetes ADHD Excel Grade sheet Heart rate chart / graph Interactive PowerPoint Sleep Concussions Movie Maker Digital Video
Course Content – Lab (cont.) NASPE Talk / NASPE Forum NASPE Talk NASPE Forum Dell Axim – Pocket PC iPad 2 (Fall 2011) Dell Axim – Pocket PC Computerized Exercise Equipment Heart Rate Monitors Personal Response Systems Health and Physical Education Software Online Web Search – Health / PE Topic* Web Evaluations* Academic Search – Health / PE Topic* Electronic Portfolio Bekah Nick
Course Evaluation - Revisions Changed: PowerPoint (traditional interactive) Digital video (group individual) Quizzes (paper online)
Course Evaluation – Revisions (cont.) Eliminated : Added: Repetitive assignments Online web searches Web evaluation Academic searches Personal Response System (Clickers) Podcasting Blogging Wiki Technology Tools 4 Teachers iPads (Fall 2011)
Technology Tools 4 Teachers Photo sharing Word clouds Social bookmarking Online surveys Mind mapping Video creation Online videos Brain games/Puzzle makers Screencasts Backchanneling Study tools Grants Video tutorials Student organization Organized web research Live video conferencing Learn a language Online polling Cell phone polling File sharing Downloading videos Search engines for students Covert text to speech Online rubrics Delivering modern substitute lesson plans