CATCH collaborative group. Implementation of individual teacher education pedagogies reflective of these five pedagogical principles of LAMPE resulted in PSTs in our classes both valuing meaningful experience as an overarching concept for their teaching and learning how to facilitate meaningful school-based physical education experiences. Budget cuts have affected schools’ ability to hire physical education teachers, maintain appropriate class sizes, and purchase sufficient equipment. As noted, its goal and place in institutionalized education have changed from the original focus on teaching hygiene and health to educating children about the many forms and benefits of physical movement, including sports and exercise. The National Physical Activity Plan’s Strategy 2 is as follows: Strategy 2: Develop and implement state and school district policies requiring school accountability for the quality and quantity of physical education and physical activity programs. Teachers involved in the SPARK intervention offered increased levels of fitness promotion and provided students with an increased amount of general instruction and increased minutes of attention per week (McKenzie et al., 1997; Myers-Schieffer and Thomas, 2012). The shortcomings of school-based physical education are thus presented as a proxy for evidence of the deficiencies of PETE, indicating a gap between the preparation of teachers of physical education and the demands and realities of contemporary schools (Siedentop and Locke 1997; Armour and Harris 2013; O’Sullivan 2014). (Ben, Year 2, Canada). Recent evidence suggests that the current dominant version of physical education continues to have limited influence in young people’s lives (Green 2014) and indicates a need for a different version of physical education that responds to and is meaningful and relevant to students. Salvy, S.-J., J. N. Roemmich, J. C. Bowker, N. D. Romero, P. J. Stadler, and L. H. Epstein. Two large-scale intervention studies—SPARK and CATCH—are discussed in this section as examples of how programs can be structured to increase vigorous- or moderate-intensity physical activity in physical education classes. They identified three categories of barriers: lower priority for physical education relative to other subjects, lack of performance measures for physical activity, and lack of sufficient infrastructure. Teaching Primary Physical Education provides a concise overview of the knowledge, skills and understanding required for the confident teaching of physical education in primary schools. SOURCE: NASPE, 2012. • When educators’ knowledge, skills, and dispositions change, they have a broader repertoire of effective strategies to use in adapting their practices to meet performance expectations and students’ learning needs. 2011. Furthermore, we articulated to PSTs the thinking underpinning our decision-making, thus providing a window allowing them to see and inquire into what lies within (arguably) ‘good teaching’ (Loughran 2013). The ninth yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education (part 1). Logsdon, B., K. Barrett, and B. Logsdon. Following Kretchmar (2001), and building on the work of Metheny (1968) and Polanyi and Prosch (1975), we particularly focused on meaningful experiences as opposed to other types of meaning; meaningful experiences are those interpreted by the participant as holding personal significance. Three-year maintenance of improved diet and physical activity: The CATCH cohort. These conversations were recorded and transcribed as supporting data. Universal access: Design programs that are effective for every child, including those who face the most barriers to participating in physical activity. Teaching us how he’s actually teaching when he’s teaching us … he’s telling us how he’s teaching and I really liked that because then I can get an idea of what works and doesn’t work. 2012. This report lays out a set of guiding principles to guide its work on these tasks. A variety of pedagogical approaches are common in schools, but some strategies are more effective and appropriate than others. Fitness measures and health outcomes in youth. Being able to deliver Physical Education lessons in a variety of ways is an essential skill as a teacher as they place varying amounts of challenge on students, keep your classes exciting, and can help you attain different learning outcomes. These standards emphasize the need for children to know basic movement concepts and be able to perform basic movement patterns. For example, in the first class of the term, Tim used questioning to emphasise the role of relationships in the learning process: Tim asks students to raise their hand if they feel they have made a new friend … Tim asks students to recognize someone else who made a positive contribution to their experience in [class]. Presidential Youth Fitness Program. Its purpose was to review the current status of physical activity and physical education in the school environment, including before, during, and after school, and examine the influences of physical activity and physical education on the short and long term physical, cognitive and brain, and psychosocial health and development of children and adolescents. Learning tasks also prompted PSTs to consider activities that may not be fun for some. 2008. education specialists in health-enhancing physical education has become increasingly critical (McKenzie, 2007). 2008. Research on teacher preparation and professional development: A paper presented at the White House Conference on Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers. But the data sources did not distinguish between physical education teaching majors and other kinesiology concentrations (e.g., sports medicine, exercise physiology/fitness). The results are shown in Table 5-5. In the following sections, we detail the two contexts in which our collaborative self-study was carried out, and outline the methods used to collect and analyse data. First, programs in which fitness education curricula are adopted are effective at increasing in-class physical activity (Lonsdale et al., 2013). •  Benefits of physical activity/dangers of physical inactivity. SOURCE: Large Urban Public School District, Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Also, you can type in a page number and press Enter to go directly to that page in the book. As it is acknowledged that schools, classes and teachers will vary, some methods will suit particular circumstances better than others, and the nature of the strands themselves necessitates the use of a variety of teaching methods. Concomitantly, physical education teacher education programs are experiencing an unprecedented crisis. Metheny (1968, 5) outlines that something becomes personally meaningful: [as] we seize upon it, take it into ourselves, and become involved with it. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 24(3):209-217. If required improvements are not made, schools are penalized through decreased funding. A NASPE (2009a) survey found that the median physical education budget for physical education programs nationally was $764 per school ($460 per elementary school, $900 per middle school, and $1,370 per high school). The Center on Education Policy (2007) conducted an analysis of 2006-2007 survey data from 349 school districts on the amount of time devoted to specific subjects to determine the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act. Additionally, as the catalyst for a healthy school environment, the physical education specialist can assist in the design and delivery of intramural programs provided before and after school, as well as serve as a community outreach specialist for onsite activity partnerships. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 10(1):1-18. Physical education is a formal content area of study in schools that is standards based and encompasses assessment based on standards and benchmarks. (Observation 1, Year 1, Canada), … you get the ideas of other people and then there is your ideas and you are kind of bouncing ideas off each other. 2009. The current Turkish physical education curriculum was renewed by the Ministry of National Education for primary school in 2006, for secondary school in 2010. Furthermore, there was evidence that learning experiences that are personally relevant to young people (i.e. objective of this study is to present the Attitudinal Style as a pedagogical model within school physical education, analyzing its characteristics, elements and main purposes. Preservice teachers’ belief systems toward curricular outcomes for physical education. Different types of pedagogy2.1. NASPE’s Characteristics of a High-Quality Physical Education Program. Scientific and theoretical knowledge: Physical education teacher candidates know and apply discipline-specific scientific and theoretical concepts critical to the development of physically educated individuals. (Tim, Planning and Reflection 4, Year 1). 5. Coordinated approaches in one form or another have existed since the early 1900s, but it was not until the 21st century that physical education was acknowledged as the foundation for these approaches. The role of certified physical, Standards for a Physically Educated Person. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. A review of research on sport education: 2004 to the present. Both Tim and Déirdre encountered difficulty in facilitating learning experiences for PSTs that illustrated delight. A. Atienza, L. Nebeling, T. Agurs-Collins, R. P. Moser, and K. W. Dodd. With respect to content, in both elementary and secondary schools, physical activity is an assumed rather than an intended outcome except in the fitness education model. 2009. Journal of the American Medical Association 275(10):768-776. Opportunities for PSTs to engage with Kretchmar’s (2001, 2006) features of meaningful physical education as both a learner and as a teacher, and to make connections between these roles, were central to their learning about how to facilitate meaningful physical education. In this paper, we share five pedagogical principles guiding how to support pre-service teachers (PSTs) in their learning about how to facilitate meaningful physical education experiences. 2003. (2013). 033. Classroom teachers’ perceptions of the impact of barriers to teaching physical education on the quality of physical education programs. Over the past two years, we have employed a wide variety of individual pedagogies and ideas from the wider physical education literature. 233-247. http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/regions/southwest/pdf/rel_2007033.pdf (accessed April 1, 2013). The evidence from such research can be used to guide allocation of the recommended weekly amount of physical education (150 minutes for elementary schools, 225 minutes for secondary schools) to achieve optimal health benefits for youth. Mary, an experienced physical education teacher educator and researcher acted as a ‘meta-critical friend’ throughout the entire process. To create your own pedagogy, start by devising a personal philosophy of teaching statement that can help students manage expectations about your teaching methods and approach to curriculum. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires that states develop assessment and accountability measures to verify performance improvements in the subject areas of reading and mathematics (P.L. (PST E, FG2, Year 2, Ireland), What made aspects of this lesson meaningful (and joyful) to you today? Act. Reston, VA: AAHPERD. Mean metabolic equivalent (MET) values for each game were comparable to or, Instructional Framework for Fitness Education in Physical Education. Physical education matters: A full report from The California Endowment. Learning communities: Professional learning that increases educator effectiveness and results for all students occurs within learning communities committed to continuous improvement, collective responsibility, and goal alignment. 50 percent of high school for males, and from 53 to 40 percent, respectively, for females. Examples of active gaming programs with accompanying equipment include Konami Dance Dance Revolution (DDR), Nintendo Wii, Gamebikes, Kinect XBOX, Xavix, and Hopsports. Share a link to this book page on your preferred social network or via email. Programs are flexible to accommodate individual student interests and activity levels in a learning environment that is developmentally appropriate, safe, and supportive.”. Cited by lists all citing articles based on Crossref citations.Articles with the Crossref icon will open in a new tab. 1997. We acknowledge that ascribing meaningfulness is an individual process based on a range of factors. She established the PE PAYS Research Centre there in 2005 and led the development of the centre for ten years. Enact federal legislation, such as the FIT Kids Act, to require school accountability for the quality and quantity of physical education and physical activity programs. We drew significantly on the writings of Kretchmar (2000, 2006, 2008) and others (Brown 2008; Blankenship and Ayers 2010) to make judgements about developing and implementing LAMPE. •  High-quality physical education programs are characterized by (1) instruction by certified physical education teachers, (2) a minimum of 150 minutes per week (30 minutes per day) for children in elementary schools and 225 minutes per week (45 minutes per day) for students in middle and high schools, and (3) tangible standards for student achievement and for high school graduation. Port Washington, NY: Roslow Research Group. http://www.flvs.net/myFLVS/student-handbook/Pages/Policies/PEPolicy.aspx (accessed March 13, 2013). We also modelled teacher qualities that complimented meaningful participation, including relational time with and self-reflection time for participants (Hellison 2011). Wallhead and O’Sullivan (2005) report that evidence is insufficient to support the conclusion that use of the model results in. What is social pedagogy?2.2. What are the contributory and compensatory relationships between physical education and physical activity in children? Shifts in instructional time toward English language arts and mathematics and away from other subjects were relatively large in a majority of school districts that made these types of changes. Quest 60(2):290-306. Kretchmar (2000, 19) observed that few teachers are skilled at enabling children to find meaning in physical education, ‘and almost nobody in professional preparation programs is being trained to do it well’. 5. British Journal of Sports Medicine 45(11):906-913. Dosage and duration: Maximum benefit for school-aged children and adolescents comes from group-based activity for at least 60 minutes per day that allows for increased mastery and skill level over time. Results from the LAMPE innovation reported here are taken from implementation across four semesters of two academic years 2013–2015. We also worked with PSTs to design and experience physical activities that they identified as meaningful. McKenzie, T. L., J. F. Sallis, B. Kolody, and F. N. Faucette. 2012a. Early pioneers (Francois Delsarte, Liselott Diem, Rudolf von Laban) focused on a child’s ability to use his or her body for self-expression (Abels and Bridges, 2010). During this self-study, Mary played three specific roles: as a connector of ideas, an interrogator of ideas, and a mediator of ideas (see Ní Chróinín, O’Sullivan, and Fletcher 2016 for details of this process). 2007a. Technique: Demonstrate competency in techniques needed to perform a variety of moderate to vigorous physical activities. International Journal of Computer Science in Sport 11(3):5-22. Graf, D. L., L. V. Pratt, C. N. Hester, and K. R. Short. Districts with at least one school identified as “in need of improvement” under the act were far more likely than districts not in need of improvement to decrease time in certain subjects so as to devote more time to English language arts and mathematics (78 versus 57 percent). • Professional learning standards provide a foundation on which to design professional learning experiences at the district or school level that will assist educators in acquiring the necessary knowledge, skills, and tools. Effects of leisure education versus physical activity or informal discussion on behaviorally disordered youth offenders. There were strong arguments for the ways these components worked together to create a meaningful physical education experience (e.g. Online physical education is a growing trend. Reviewing the evidence on how teacher professional development affects student achievement. in higher education institutions. http://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topicsobjectives2020/overview.aspx?topicid=33 (accessed March 14, 2013). Depending on the developmental level of students, the games are simplified or modified to encourage maximum participation. 2004. Instructional delivery and management: Physical education teacher candidates use effective communication and pedagogical skills and strategies to enhance student engagement and learning. A majority of parents (54-84 percent) believe that physical education is at least as important as other academic subjects (CDC, 2010). Other positive examples, identified in the report Physical Education Matters (San Diego State University, 2007), include successful case studies from low-resource California schools. Based on feedback from you, our users, we've made some improvements that make it easier than ever to read thousands of publications on our website. Two intervention studies focused on charter schools addressed issues with Mexican American children. Daum and Buschner (2012) report that, in general, online physical education focuses more on cognitive knowledge than physical skill or physical activity, many online courses fail to meet national standards for learning and physical activity. ing the correlation between physical education and academic achievement (see Chapter 4). They conclude that playing these games for short time periods is comparable to light- to moderate-intensity conventional modes of exercise, including walking, skipping, and jogging. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance 75(6):40-45. Morgan, C. F., A. Beighle, and R. R. Pangrazi. This guide discusses each of them in relation to health education, physical education, and home economics. If programs are to excel and students are to achieve, delivery of the curriculum must be activity based; class sizes must be commensurate with those for other subject areas; highly qualified physical education specialists, as opposed to classroom teachers, must be hired to deliver instruction; professional development in activity-focused physical education must be delivered; and school physical education facilities, such as playing fields and indoor gym space and equipment, must be available. Children are physically prepared to participate in fitness testing. Ready to take your reading offline? Eight of 10 districts that reported increasing time for English language arts did so by at least 75 minutes per week, and more than half (54 percent) did so by 150 minutes or more per week. 2001. No Child Left Behind requires all public schools receiving federal funding to administer statewide standardized annual tests for all students. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education 21(2):128-144. 6. AAHPERD. Registered in England & Wales No. Formal PST data sources for both years included work samples from individual and group tasks completed during lessons and (sometimes anonymous, sometimes identifiable) reflections focused on their experiences of LAMPE. A higher proportion of urban districts (76 percent) than rural districts (54 percent) reported such increases. In each semester, both Déirdre and Tim developed ‘turning points’ (Bullock and Ritter 2011), which have the following characteristics: there is an affective element to the data, the data frame a problem of practice, the author of the data is implicitly or explicitly asking for advice from a critical friend, and, there is time to take action on the problem. Exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in physical activity settings. According to Learning Forward (2012): • When professional learning is standards based, it has greater potential to change what educators know, are able to do, and believe. Welk, G. J., J. Nike. An analysis of datasets from NASPE, NASBE, and Bridging the Gap reveals that the implementation of supportive physical education policies varies from state to state and from school to school. Results of data analysis were shared with Mary who provided feedback and insights, serving as a further check of our claims. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 68:280-291. Corbin, C. B. The Presidential Youth Fitness Program was developed in partnership with the Cooper Institute; the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance; and the Amateur Athletic Union. and heads of schools. Non-specialist teachers’ confidence to teach PE: The nature and influence of personal school experiences in PE. Some obstacles to the implementation of quality physical activity are listed in Box 5-11. Professionalism: Physical education teacher candidates demonstrate dispositions essential to becoming effective professionals. Content specificity of expectancy beliefs and task values in elementary physical education. Background: Concerns that current forms of physical education teacher education (PETE) are not adequately providing teachers with the tools necessary for working with the realities and challenges of teaching physical education in contemporary schools has led some scholars to advocate for an approach that prioritises meaningfulness in physical education. Recently, private-sector organizations—such as the NFL through its Play60 program—have been joining efforts to ensure that youth meet the guideline of at least 60 minutes of vigorous- or moderate-intensity physical activity per day. Emergence of Active Gaming in Fitness Education. and lunch. 2013. Teacher educator data were drawn from several sources. How is pedagogy changing?4.1. Out-of-school assignments that support learning and practice. sampled (90 percent) provided physical education, the percentage declined through middle school and high school, such that only 44 percent of high schools provided physical education to seniors. 1985. Sun (2012) found that active gaming can increase student motivation to engage in physical activity, but the motivation may decrease as a result of prolonged exposure to the same games. Table 5-3 shows the specific amounts of time cut from various subjects in districts that reported decreases. Choices, changes, and challenges: Curriculum and instruction in the NCLB era. http://www.nationalactivityplan.org (accessed February 1, 2013). 1. Data: Professional learning that increases educator effectiveness and results for all students uses a variety of sources and types of student, educator, and system data to plan, assess, and evaluate professional learning. The multifaceted and ambiguous nature of the concept of ‘meaning-making’ inevitably yields a diversity of interpretations and perspectives. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 153(7):695-704. A systematic review and meta-analysis of interventions designed to increase moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in school physical education lessons. No. Healthy People 2020: Physical activity objectives. Specific strategies included teaching by invitation and intra-task variation. Pedagogy Methods. Secondly, these pedagogical principles represent an innovative way for physical education teacher educators to prepare teachers who will be better equipped to respond to the challenges of contemporary school-based physical education (Armour and Harris 2013). The 2012 Shape of the Nation Report includes documentation of the multiple reasons students may be exempt from physical education classes. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. A sport education unit thus is much longer than a conventional physical education unit. Finally, a set of pedagogical principles that represented the LAMPE approach supported by empirical evidence was agreed upon from both years of the project. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 39(1):2-8. Instructional policy and classroom performance: The mathematics reform in California. If a school produces poor results for 2 consecutive years, improvement plans must be developed for the school. Professional practice: Advanced physical education teacher candidates (AC) use content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) to design and conduct appropriate learning experiences that facilitate and enhance the growth of learners. Some school districts have found ways to do so and provide robust physical education programs. American Journal of Public Health 102(8):1594-1599. Mellecker and McManus (2008) determined that energy expenditure and heart rate were greater during times of active play than in seated play. http://www.nasbe.org/healthy_schools/hs (accessed May 1, 2013). Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 41(1):87. Tim Fletcher http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7352-4775. Accordingly, fitness education in school physical education programs is being enhanced through the incorporation of active video games, also known as exergaming. A qualified physical education specialist provides a developmentally appropriate program. We designed physical activity-based experiences in our classes that aligned with Kretchmar’s (2006) features of meaningful physical education, with the intent that PSTs would engage with them as learners. Let’s understand the various methods of pedagogy. Constructed from this empirical evidence, we share five pedagogical principles that reflect this focus, which we have termed ‘Learning About Meaningful Physical Education’ (or LAMPE). 2010. Online physical education provides another option for helping students meet the standards for physical education if they lack room in their schedule for face-to-face classes, need to make up credit, or are just looking for an alternative to the traditional physical education class. Kinesiology Reviews 1:155-169. TABLE 5-6 Perceived Barriers to Student Participation in Physical Education and Physical Activity in Victorian State Secondary Schools: Physical Education Teachers’ Ranking (from most [“5”] to least [“1”] influential). International Journal of Pediatrics [epub ahead of print]. 1999. Lesson scheduling is commonly at the discretion of school principals in the United States. NASPE. McCaughtry, N., J. Martin, P. H. Kulinna, and D. Cothran. 2006. 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