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1 Developing Local Curriculum Using Academic Content Standards for Physical Education

2 Presenters Garry Bowyer, Miami University Kevin Lorson, Wright State University Cynthia Meyer, Shaker Heights City Schools Steve Mitchell, Kent State University Alexa Robinson-O’Neill, Balance Fitness Training

3 Advisory Committee Members Diane BarnesKevin Lorson James CookCynthia Meyer Ginger Hemsworth Robert Murray, MD Jennifer Faison HodgeKevin O’ Brien Rhonda Hovatter Celia Regimbal Cal LongAlvin Stephens, II

4 Writing Team Members Garry BowyerCynthia Meyer Connie CollierSteve Mitchell Brock Evans Jodi Palmer Joan FunkCelia Regimbal Claudia Grimes Marni Rhoads Lynn LaingBakara Robinson Kevin LorsonAlexa Robinson O’Neill Melissa McCarthy

5 Curriculum Decisions Ohio is local-control state Curriculum decisions made at local level Academic Content Standards in all areas used as reference, guide

6 Timeline for Development State Board of Education adopted NASPE standards – December 2007 Advisory Group Meetings Writing Team Meetings

7 Timeline for Development Online and Focus Group feedback Writing Team revisions State Board of Education review State Board of Education adoption – June 2009

8 Why Physical Education Standards? Organize physical education efforts Establish shared, public goals Align curriculum, instruction and assessment

9 National Standards Standard 1: Demonstrates competency in motor skills and movement patterns needed to perform a variety of physical activities

10 National Standards Standard 2: Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies and tactics as they apply to learning and performance of physical activities

11 National Standards Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity

12 National Standards Standard 4: Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness

13 National Standards Standard 5: Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings

14 National Standards Standard 6: Values physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social interaction


16 Ohio Academic Content Standards Framework Standard Benchmark Indicator Overarching goals and themes What all students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade band What all students should know and be able to do at each grade level

17 Ohio Academic Content Standards Framework Standard Benchmark Indicators Benchmark Indicators

18 Grade Bands National standards identify following grade bands: K-23-56-89-12

19 Activity #1 Familiarization of the Standards

20 How to Read by Standard Alignment

21 How to Read by Grade-Band Alignment

22 How to Read the Overview

23 Considerations for Curriculum Writing

24 Standards-Based Education Expectations outlined in standards What students know and are able to do is clearly defined, planned and assessed before instructional unit begins

25 Standards-Based Education Assessment results used to guide, modify instruction Final qualifier of instructional effectiveness is increased student learning

26 Standards-Based Education Paradigm shift from student activity to student learning: What students did? vs. What did students learn?

27 Backward Design Identify Learning Outcomes Plan Learning Experiences and Instruction Determine Acceptable Evidence Assessment Ohio Standards Activities

28 Principles of Instruction for Standards-Based Education Developmentally appropriate instruction for all students Accommodate variety of learning styles Instructional strategies to maximize learning opportunities for all students Physically and emotionally safe learning environment Assessment of learning outcomes

29 Do State Standards Align with Existing Local Curriculum? Evaluate curriculum currently in place Does your curriculum document align with state standards? Can your curriculum document be updated or do you need to start from scratch? What can you do with your time and resources?

30 Curriculum Writing Content Scope and Sequence Necessary Content Indicators Grade Level Assessment

31 Curriculum Considerations People: Staff, number of students, district support Resources: Facilities, supplies, affordable Time: Number of sessions, time allotment

32 Activity #2 Curriculum Evaluation


34 Assessment and Physical Education The State Board shall not adopt a diagnostic assessment or achievement test for any grade level or subject area other than those specified in section 3301.079 of Ohio Revised Code

35 Assessment Ideas Pre-Assessment and Post- Assessment Formative Assessment Summative Assessment Valid, reliable, able to accomplish

36 Assessment Ideas Performance Tasks Fitness Testing Projects Portfolios Checklist

37 Assessment Ideas Anecdotal Record Rating Scale Written Test Skill Test Peer Assessment

38 Assessment Ideas Interview Self-Assessment Student Log Student Journal Parental Reports Rubrics

39 How to Locate Standards Documents Go to Scroll to bottom of home page Click on Academic Content Standards Click on Physical Education located on left side of page Document accessible from Physical Education page

40 References Operating Standards for Ohio’s Schools; Ohio Department of Education, Revised 2006 Type Operating Standards in search box

41 Physical Education Consultant Lisa Lyle Henry (614) 728-7732

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