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POWER UP, PETE: TEACHING PETE MAJORS TECHNO-TOOLS FOR SUCCESS Dr. Joanne Leight Slippery Rock University AAHPERD Convention Charlotte, NC April 26, 2013.

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1 POWER UP, PETE: TEACHING PETE MAJORS TECHNO-TOOLS FOR SUCCESS Dr. Joanne Leight Slippery Rock University AAHPERD Convention Charlotte, NC April 26, PowerPoint

2 Overview  Slippery Rock University  PETE Program  History  Curriculum Changes  Technology for PETE Course  Development & Design  Content  Evaluation and Revisions  Tech PETE Projects  Teaching Examples - Videos

3 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.

4 PETE Program at the Rock  Over 250 Physical Education Teacher Education Majors  Twenty full time faculty members / Two part time  Twenty Student Teaching Centers  Three Out-of-Region Student Teaching Opportunities  Dublin, Ireland (Fall); Mexico City (Spring); Raleigh, NC (Summer)  Four Minors  Adapted Physical Activity  Aquatics  Coaching  Adventure Fitness  Three student run clubs  PETE Club  FIT Club  Aquatics & SCUBA  One Honorary  Phi Epsilon Kappa  One Graduate Program  Adapted Physical Activity

5 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.

6 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).  SRU’s 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

7 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 Final approval of course syllabus  Spring Course was taught for the first time.  Two sections of 30 students for each subsequent semester.

8 Technology Course Design  Two main components  Lecture Using Technology in Physical Education (Mohnsen, 2012)  Lab Technology for PETE: Student Handbook of Technology Skills Instructions & Assessments (Leight, 2012) Laptops – Fall 2005 Computer Lab – Fall 2009  Course Evaluation  Quizzes and Exams  Projects

9 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

10 Course Content - Lab  Microsoft Applications  Word Assignment  Publisher Award certificate Flyer Brochure Newsletter Fitness calendar  Excel Grade sheet Heart rate chart / graph  Interactive PowerPoint Jeopardy Who Wants to Be a Millionaire  Movie Maker Digital Video

11 Course Content – Lab (cont.)  NASPE Talk / NASPE Forum NASPE Talk NASPE Forum  Dell Axim Pocket PC  iPad 2 (Fall 2011)  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

12 Course Content – Lab (cont.)  Google  Google Webinar  Gmail Professional  Google Sites Website Design  Google Forms Health Quiz / Survey  Blogger Health & PE Blog  YouTube Digital Video

13 Course Content – Lab (cont.)  Podcasting  Audacity Audacity  Zamzar.com Zamzar.com  Wiki  Pbworks.com Pbworks.com  QR Codes  Qrcode.kaywa.com Qrcode.kaywa.com  Twitter  Technology Tools 4 Teachers  Blackboard  Desire 2 Learn  Dropbox  Dropittome

14 Dropittome.com/drleight You can create an account at:

15 Dropbox – Dropittome Folder

16 Course Evaluation - Revisions  Changed:  PowerPoint (traditional  interactive)  Digital video (group  individual)  Quizzes (paper  online)  Course Management System (Blackboard  D2L)

17 Course Evaluation – Revisions (cont.)  Repetitive assignments  Online web searches  Web evaluation  Academic searches  Pocket PC – Dell Axim  Digital Video  Personal Response System  Podcasting  Blogging  Wiki  iPads  Twitter  QR Codes  Google (Sites & Forms)  Technology Tools for Teachers Eliminated : Added:

18 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

19 Technology Tools for Teachers - Example

20 TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS PE 202: Technology for PETE

21 Word Assignment

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23 Word Assessment

24 Award Certificate

25 Flyer

26 Certificate & Flyer Assessment

27 Fitness Calendar

28 Fitness Calendar Assessment

29 Badminton Brochure

30 Professional Brochure

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32 Brochure Assessment

33 Grade Sheet Excel Heart Rate

34 Interactive PowerPoint

35 QR Codes

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37 Google Sites – Webpage Design

38 Google Forms – Survey or Quiz

39 Blogger

40 Twitter

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42 Wiki – Script for Podcast

43 Digital Video

44 Electronic Portfolio

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46 TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY PE 352: Secondary Methods

47 Technology Use in Other Courses  Portable Smartboard  Heart Rate Monitors  Pedometers  Accelerometers  GPS units  Underwater camera  Underwater camcorders  Digital video cameras  Flip video cameras  Swivl  Pico Projector  Smartphones  iPads  Dartfish

48 Swivl – Teaching Examples  Record video and audio  Follows speaker / teacher 48 App – Ab Workout

49 Pico Projector – Teaching Examples  Connect to iPhone  Project videos  Station work 49 Basketball Shooting

50 Smartphones – Teaching Examples  Apps  Crossfit Ab workout  Pick Me  Attendance  Deck Workout  Geocache 50 Basketball/Smartphone

51 Smartphones – Teaching Examples  Online polling–Data collection  Connect to Pico projector  Play music for stations  Swivl  QR code scavenger hunt 51 Poll Everywhere

52 iPad – Teaching Examples  Apps  Crossfit Ab workout  Pick Me  Attendance  Deck Workout  Notability  iCoacher  Coach Board  Show photos  Show videos  Video students  Connect to Pico projector  Apple TV – Air Play  Play music for stations  QR code scavenger hunt App – Deck Workout 52

53 iPad – Teaching Examples 53 App – Pick Me

54 iPads: QR Code – Teaching Example Scavenger Hunt

55 GPS – Teaching Examples  Geocaching  Gecko smack  Orienteering 55 Gecko Smack

56 Smartboard – Teaching Examples  Video demonstrations  Check for understanding responses  Student data collection  Smartboard games  Interactive PowerPoint games  Exercise videos  Dance routine 56 Basketball PowerPoint

57 Smartboard – Teaching Examples 57 Burpee Video Myelin Sheaths

58 Flip Videos – Teaching Examples  Student self assessment  Peer assessment 58 Self Assessment

59 Heart Rate Monitor – Teaching Examples Zumba

60 THANK YOU! Any Questions? Dr. Joanne Leight Physical Education Department 115C Morrow Field House Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock, PA Presentation PowerPoint


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