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Ch 16: Classroom Management for Physical Education

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Review the components of managing a physical education classroom. This comprehensive chapter covers the management of resources, development of routines, supervision of students in a P.E. setting and more.

Classroom Management for Physical Education - Chapter Summary

Master the many skills and considerations required for managing a physical education classroom and program. From fostering peer relationships and socialization to allocating resources and implementing self-monitoring, the topics in this chapter are part of a foundational understanding of teaching in a P.E. setting. Our lessons use short, fun videos to illustrate key concepts and better deliver practical information.

After you complete the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Outline the components of a physical education class
  • Point out the importance of student supervision in phys ed classes
  • Detail strategies for prioritizing the allocation of resources in your physical education program
  • Determine which instructional materials will benefit students in a P.E. setting
  • Explain the importance of daily classroom routines and strategies for implementing them
  • Demonstrate an ability to organize students in a way that fosters supportive relationships
  • Describe the effects of socialization on physical activity in students
  • Identify the teacher's role in socializing students for physical activity

Our lessons are available on desktop and mobile so you can study anywhere, anytime. You can use our timeline feature to jump to specific points in the video lessons. Videos also feature full transcripts so you can review the content in the way that's most convenient for you. At the end of this chapter, you'll have a stronger grasp of the concepts required for effective P.E. classroom management.

12 Lessons in Chapter 16: Classroom Management for Physical Education
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Components of a Physical Education Class

1. Components of a Physical Education Class

In this lesson we explore the activities commonly included in many physical education curricula and how each one contributes to the overall physical health of each student.

How to Effectively Manage P.E. Programs

2. How to Effectively Manage P.E. Programs

As a PE teacher, thinking about how to manage your program can make a big difference in how well you are able to instruct your students. This lesson discusses techniques for effective management of PE programs.

Instructional Materials for Physical Education Programs

3. Instructional Materials for Physical Education Programs

Determining the right materials to choose for use in a PE program can make a big difference in the program's efficacy. This lesson discusses strategies you can use to select strong instructional materials.

How to Allocate & Manage Resources in P.E. Programs

4. How to Allocate & Manage Resources in P.E. Programs

As a PE teacher, you have many different materials and human resources to think about and manage. This lesson discusses some of the concepts and strategies you can use to help yourself allocate and manage these resources.

How to Organize Students in a Physical Activity Setting

5. How to Organize Students in a Physical Activity Setting

In this lesson, we discuss ways to organize students in physical activity settings, including three main keys to accomplishing these goals, and the importance of communication between the teacher and the students.

Student Supervision in Physical Education Classes

6. Student Supervision in Physical Education Classes

Student supervision in the Physical Education setting is especially important. This lesson looks at all aspects of providing proper supervision to students.

Peer Relationships & Productive Learning in Physical Education

7. Peer Relationships & Productive Learning in Physical Education

In this lesson, we will discuss how peer relationships and a productive learning environment contribute to student success in the physical education classroom.

The Relationship Between Socialization & Physical Activity

8. The Relationship Between Socialization & Physical Activity

In this lesson, we discuss the relationship between exercising and socialization. We review the benefits that this relationship can bring and detail some of the popular activities. We also elaborate on senior citizens' benefits of socialization along with the use of the Internet.

The Teacher's Role in Socializing Students to Be Physically Active

9. The Teacher's Role in Socializing Students to Be Physically Active

In this lesson, you'll find out what role a teacher can play in encouraging students to move more. The lesson presents reasons why this topic is important and gives teachers new ideas for physical activity in the classroom.

How Positive Relationships & Supportive Interactions Impact Student Learning

10. How Positive Relationships & Supportive Interactions Impact Student Learning

In this lesson, we'll be learning about the importance of positive relationships between teachers and students. We'll go over strategies you can try in your own classroom and discuss how to personalize them for your students.

Establishing Daily Classroom Routines

11. Establishing Daily Classroom Routines

The learning environment must be properly managed to promote student success. This lesson describes ideas for making clear expectations for classroom schedules, transitions, and routines.

What is Self-Monitoring in the Classroom?

12. What is Self-Monitoring in the Classroom?

Effective educators know that a successful student is one who is independent and self-directed in both behavior and learning. In this lesson, we will explore what it means to self-monitor in the classroom for both behavior and learning improvements.

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