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Ch 16: Using Collaboration, Reflection & Technology in PE

About This Chapter

This chapter was developed to help you see how to integrate multiple subjects into physical education. See information about combining both the reflective cycle and technology with physical education.

Using Collaboration, Reflection & Technology in PE - Chapter Summary

These lessons will help identify methods by which physical activity can be promoted in the school and the community. You will examine ways to facilitate teacher's activity planning and assessment of students. See how to work with students, fellow teachers, professional organization memberships, and literature in physical education.

Examine the use of cameras, videotapes, fitness test software and movement analysis software to assess student's fitness and performance. Look at additional lesson topics, including:

  • Issues that cross the boundaries of subject matter in today's education
  • How to integrate into physical education the skills and knowledge from multiple subjects
  • Promoting into schools and the community the subject of physical activity
  • Facilitating change by use of the reflective cycle
  • Using resources as a reflective professional to develop and grow
  • Use of technology in physical education
  • Implementation of instructional design and technology

Each lesson is accompanied by a short quiz to be used for assessing your understanding of the material you just studied. Submit any questions you have to a Study.com expert.

8 Lessons in Chapter 16: Using Collaboration, Reflection & Technology in PE
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Current Educational Issues That Cross Subject Matter Boundaries

1. Current Educational Issues That Cross Subject Matter Boundaries

This lesson takes a look at some major issues that are currently being discussed by teachers across all content areas, including Common Core State Standards, the Every Student Succeeds Act, and school funding challenges.

How to Integrate Knowledge & Skills From Multiple Subjects in Physical Education

2. How to Integrate Knowledge & Skills From Multiple Subjects in Physical Education

In this lesson, we will learn some specific ways that teachers can integrate other content areas, specifically English language arts and mathematics, into physical education instruction.

Promoting Physical Activity in School & the Community

3. Promoting Physical Activity in School & the Community

Are you aware of the many benefits that physical exercise can have on our schools and the surrounding community? In this lesson, we discuss ways to promote physical activity in both these venues and offer a variety of ideas to enhance health, fitness, and wellness.

Using the Reflective Cycle to Facilitate Change

4. Using the Reflective Cycle to Facilitate Change

When things aren't going well in the classroom, what steps can you take to make a change? This lesson looks at how to use a reflective cycle to gain insight and make conscious improvements.

Using Resources to Develop & Grow As a Reflective Professional

5. Using Resources to Develop & Grow As a Reflective Professional

Teaching is a career in which you spend your life learning and growing. There are many resources available for teachers to help them grow and develop as reflective professionals. This lesson details some of those resources and how to use them.

Technology in Physical Education

6. Technology in Physical Education

Physical education can be made fun, interesting, and more productive thanks to the use of technology. Find out how tablets, exer-games, and much more can help improve physical education.

Instructional Design & Technology Implementation

7. Instructional Design & Technology Implementation

This lesson gives you an inside look into instructional design, the process you take - knowingly or unknowingly - when you introduce new material to your students. In particular, you'll learn processes for incorporating technology into the learning environment.

Utilizing Related Services to Meet Students' Needs

8. Utilizing Related Services to Meet Students' Needs

In this lesson, we will explain the roles of professionals who provide related services for young children and their families. We will also explain strategies for collaborating with colleagues and other professionals to respond to children's needs and to enhance the learning environment.

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