Presentation on theme: "North Carolina Healthful Living Leaders Webinar September 26, 2012 3:30 – 4:30 p.m."— Presentation transcript:
North Carolina Healthful Living Leaders Webinar September 26, 2012 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Presenter Les Spell Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant, NCDPI email@example.com 919-807-3637
TIPS Question box –Participants will be muted during the webinar unless presenting –Please use the question box Questions/Answers –Monitored and answered in question box and/or at the end of webinar Follow-up –Presenter online at conclusion of webinar –Email/phone –Presentation posted on Website
Game Plan Highlights from SI 2012 Updates Upcoming Professional Development Resources Building Local Capacity
Summer Institute 2012 http://hlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/2012+Summer+Institute http://hlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/2012+Summer+Institute
Learning Strands Data Literacy How to find, evaluate, and use data to inform instruction. Knowledge to gather, analyze, and graphically convey data to support decision-making. Connecting to Serve All Universal Design for Learning English Language Learners Academically and Intellectually Gifted RTI Problem-Solving Model (TIPS) Digital Literacy Embedded tools and resources Connections to Information and Technology Standards
1.How does Healthful Living prepare students to be future ready? 2.How does Healthful Living connect to other content areas? 3.What are the implications for meeting the needs of all learners as related to Healthful Living? Practical Implications
Teacher Evaluation Process Teachers recognize the interconnectedness of content areas/disciplines Standard III, Element C “Teachers understand how the content they teach relates to other disciplines in order to deepen understanding and content learning for students.” Standard III, Element C “Teachers understand how the content they teach relates to other disciplines in order to deepen understanding and content learning for students.”
CPR Graduation Requirement Bill True or False A.This requirement applies to current high school students. B.Students are required to attain CPR certification. C.Teachers of CPR are required to be certified CPR instructors. D.This policy changes the NC SCOS for Healthful Living.
HB 837HB 837: Completion of CPR by Students Required New graduation requirement for NC students Effective for class of 2015 and beyond Signed into law July 26, 2012 Collection of data begins this year
The Four Required Components of CPR Instruction Awareness 911 Compressions AED
Awareness Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in adults. CPR doubles a person’s chance of survival from sudden cardiac arrest. Recognize the signs and symptoms of cardiac events/sudden death emergencies (i.e. – heart attack, drowning, electrocution, and asphyxiation).
911 Secure the scene. Locate nearest phone. Provide EMS with current address. Provide phone number for EMS to contact.
Compressions Look, listen, and feel for any signs of breathing. Position victim for compressions. Ensure that compressions are performed at a depth of two inches and at a rate of 100 per minute. Continue compressions until the victim begins breathing again or emergency personnel arrives.
Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Knowledge Determine location of nearest AED. Turn on AED and follow automated instructions. i.Adjust victim’s clothing to enable pad-to- skin contact. ii.Open pad package and plug in pad connector. iii.Peel pad backing and apply both pads. iv.Wait and stand clear as AED performs analysis. v.If instructed, press shock button.
CPR in Healthful Living Essential Standard Clarifying Objectives 8.PCH.3 Analyze measures necessary to protect the environment. 8.PCH.3.1 Outline the potential health consequences of global environmental problems. 8.PCH.3.2 Explain the impact of personal behaviors on the environment, both positively and negatively. 8.PCH.4 Analyze necessary steps to prevent and respond to unintentional injury 8.PCH.4.1Execute the Heimlich maneuver on a mannequin. 8.PCH.4.2Demonstrate basic CPR techniques and procedures on a mannequin and pass a Red Cross or American Heart Association approved test of CPR skills. Personal and Consumer Health
NC Standard Course of Study Common Core State Standards –English Language Arts (and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects) –Mathematics NC Essential Standards –Arts Education –Career and Technical Education –English Language Development* –Guidance* –Healthful Living (Health & Physical Education) –Information and Technology* –Science –Social Studies –World Languages
CCSS and NCES Similarities –Fewer, clearer, higher –Alignment with other standards, research, 21 st century skills –Focused on improving student achievement (student outcomes) Differences –Format –Taxonomies RBT (NCES) Other (CCSS) –Specific to NC (NCES) –Optional adoption from national movement (CCSS)
Assessment Examples Provide examples Not used for statewide tests or accountability Review (through August 31, 2012) –Surveys –Written feedback –Revisions made based on feedback
Which teachers are not giving Measures of Student Learning in 2012 – 2013? Teachers in grades K-3 will not be administering any Measures of Student Learning; grade 3 teachers will continue to administer the End- of-Grade assessments in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Arts teachers will not be administering any Measures of Student Learning. World Language teachers will not be administering any Measures of Student Learning. Healthful Living teachers will not be administering any Measures of Student Learning.
Educator Effectiveness Where can I find out more information about educator effectiveness? Please visit the new educator effectiveness website at: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/educatoreffectiveness http://www.ncpublicschools.org/educatoreffectiveness For responses to your questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Healthful Living Essential Standards PD Plan 2012-13 Quarterly webinars 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. Healthful Living Coordinators Meeting September 26 December 12 March 27 May 29 September 26 December 12 March 27 May 29 Laughlin Professional Development Center 7911 Summerfield Rd. Summerfield, NC 27358 November 7, 2012 Laughlin Professional Development Center 7911 Summerfield Rd. Summerfield, NC 27358 November 7, 2012
IHE Trainings 1)Meredith College Raleigh October 12, 2012 2)UNC-Wilmington Wilmington December 17, 2012 3)Gardner Webb University Charlotte January 9, 2013 Healthful Living & Athletics Professional Associations –Health –Physical Education –Athletics North Carolina School Health Training Center Healthful Living Essential Standards PD Plan 2012-13
Blended PD –Online Learning Modules (NC Education) –http://center.ncsu.edu/nchttp://center.ncsu.edu/nc RESA Trainings –February and March 2013 –8 Regional Trainings Summer Institutes 2013 –Regional training for local leaders for standards implementation Healthful Living Essential Standards PD Plan 2012-13
http://ncdpi.wikispaces.net –All Content Areas http://hlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Healthful+Living+Home –Healthful Living
What was the most beneficial/valuable part of the Summer Institute? There were some great ideas and thoughts gained from other PE educators from all over NC. Collaboration - Resources - application Information on integration with other content areas The two most valuable parts for me were: sharing of resources and collaboration between facilitators and colleagues. Being able to work cooperatively with peers from other districts using the different resources available for the Healthful Living Essential Standards. Info on Web sites and other resources to access
How will you use what you learned? I will continue to collaborate with other districts. Will follow up with those in other districts on best practices and strategies that work for a variety of learners Will use the website: stixy for use in building scenarios in: stress management and dating skills. Everyday in the classroom, getting better with the technology piece.
NCDPI Contact Information Les Spell Les.firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 919-807-3637 NC Department of Public Instruction - Division of K-12 Curriculum and Instruction K-12 Programs Section Helga Fasciano, Section Chief
Please complete the RttT Webinar Survey at http://go.ncsu.edu/webinar by Wednesday, October 3 http://go.ncsu.edu/webinar
In order to collect timely and accurate information for the evaluations, the evaluation team is asking all webinar facilitators to direct participants to the survey at the end of each webinar and then follow up with an email. The RttT Evaluation Team is planning to implement agency-wide, a short online survey for gathering participants’ reactions to RttT Online PD (e.g. NC Education Modules, Live Webinars, etc.). Survey URL: www.go.ncsu.edu/webinar www.go.ncsu.edu/webinar Webinar Survey
“The digital tools used during the course of this training have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing digital environment, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these tools are the exclusive digital tools for the purposes outlined during the training.”
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