Presentation on theme: "Skill-Related Dimension"— Presentation transcript:
1 Skill-Related Dimension AgilityBalanceCoordinationPowerSpeedReaction Time
2 Psychomotor Domain Emphasized in School Settings Includes: Skill-Related Physical FitnessDevelopment of Movement Competence
3 Movement Competence Body Management Fundamental Skills LocomotorNonlocomotorManipulativeSpecialized SkillsHigher Skill Attainment
4 Considerations for Testing Provide encouragement and incentive.Know your students.Perform good demonstrations.Avoid embarrassing situations.Create a nonthreatening environment.Experience the test (teachers).Recognize contraindicated activities.
5 Uses of Psychomotor Tests Provides valid measurement.Classifies students into groups.Obtain a composite profile.Assess performance and potential.Motivate students to improve.Determine achievement and grades.
6 Uses of Psychomotor Tests Develop class profiles.Measure student outcomes of a unit.Diagnose deficiencies.Provide educational experience.Results are used to educate the P.E. program to various constituencies (parents, administration, etc.)
8 Measuring BalanceStatic balance – ability to maintain equilibrium in a stationary positionDynamic balance – ability to move through space in a steady and stable mannerCan you give an example of each?
9 Measuring Coordination Coordination – harmoniously integrate multiple gross motor skills into a smooth movement patternCoordination is included in many sports skills tests using eye-hand or foot-hand interactions.Alternative assessments are often used.
10 Measuring Speed and Reaction Speed and reaction can be considered separately but there is a relationship.50 yard dashHand reaction time test
11 Test Batteries for Skill-Related Physical Fitness North Carolina Motor Fitness Battery(1977)Texas Physical Motor Fitness/Developmental Tests (1986)AAHPER Youth Fitness Tests (some items) (1976)
12 Test Batteries for Students with Disabilities Motor Fitness Testing Manual for the Moderately Mentally Retarded(Johnson and Londree, 1976)Tests of Gross Motor Development-2(Ulrich, 2000)
14 Measuring Football Skills AAHPER Football Skills Test (1966)Ball-Changing Zigzag RunCatching a Forward PassFootball Pass for AccuracyFootball Punt for DistanceKickoffPull-out50-Yard Dash with Football