Ch 17: AEPA Phys Ed: Organizing & Evaluating Phys Ed Programs

About This Chapter

This chapter provides an opportunity to prepare for the AEPA Physical Education exam with lessons on organizing and evaluating physical education programs. Attaining certification in phys ed is just around the corner with the help of these lessons.

AEPA Physical Ed: Organizing & Evaluating Phys Ed Programs - Chapter Summary

Prepare to take the AEPA Physical Education test by going through this chapter's video lessons. The lessons highlight the processes of organizing and evaluating physical education programs. Learn more about the following topics:

  • The designing of PE programs
  • Lesson program analysis
  • Physical education and classroom diversity
  • Safety practices
  • Methods of assessment in physical education

By gazing at our fun-to-watch videos, you can discover how to make sure physical education lessons remain compliant. The lessons are self-paced, so you will be able to go at a pace that is right for you as you study. If you come across something that you don't comprehend, our instructors will help you out. Just submit your questions using the 'ask-an-expert' feature on the dashboard.

AEPA Physical Ed: Organizing & Evaluating Phys Ed Programs Chapter Objectives

Becoming certified as a physical education teacher in Arizona requires a passing score on the AEPA Physical Education test. The information in this Organizing and Evaluating Physical Education Programs chapter will be reflected on The Physical Education Program content domain which composes 25% of the physical education test. You can get a good sense of the types of questions that you'll find on the AEPA Physical Education test by completing the practice questions. Both our quizzes and the AEPA Physical Education certification exam are in a standard multiple-choice format. In all, there are 150 multiple-choice questions on the exam. You'll have up to three hours for completion.

5 Lessons in Chapter 17: AEPA Phys Ed: Organizing & Evaluating Phys Ed Programs
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Designing PE Programs Based on National & State Standards

1. Designing PE Programs Based on National & State Standards

This lesson will teach you how to design effective standardized physical education programs. It'll guide you through the process of backwards planning and evaluating to create the depth and order of the content.

Analyzing Physical Education Lesson Plans

2. Analyzing Physical Education Lesson Plans

Teachers need to keep several aspects in mind when designing lessons, like skill level and purpose. This lesson describes necessary components of physical education lesson plans and details what aspects to include.

Accommodating Diverse Students in Physical Education Class

3. Accommodating Diverse Students in Physical Education Class

You're going to learn how methods of instruction, activities, rules, and equipment can be altered in order to accommodate students of different cultures, languages, and physical abilities in this lesson.

Student Progress & Safety in Physical Education Classes

4. Student Progress & Safety in Physical Education Classes

Physical education teachers have an important responsibility to monitor students' progress and safety in class. This lesson provides some strategies for successfully acting as a monitor.

Physical Education Assessments: Types & Uses

5. Physical Education Assessments: Types & Uses

In this lesson, we explore physical education assessments today and the common criteria that educators use. In addition, we discover the best way to approach using assessments with the student.

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