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1284034194
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04/21/2014
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Jones & Bartlett Learning
Standards-Based Physical Education Curriculum Development / Edition 3

Standards-Based Physical Education Curriculum Development / Edition 3

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Standards-Based Physical Education Curriculum Development / Edition 3

SectionI The Curriculum Process
Chapter1 Introduction to Standards-­Based Curriculum Development
Chapter2 International Perspectives on the Implementation of Standards By Ann MacPhail, University of Limerick
Chapter3 Building a Quality Physical Education Program By Deborah Tannehill,University of Limerick and Jacalyn Lund,Georgia State University
Chapter4 Building the Curriculum By Deborah Tannehill,University of Limerick and Jacalyn Lund,Georgia State University
Chapter5 Evaluating Your Physical Education Curriculum By Jacalyn Lund, Georgia State University and Deborah Tannehill, University of Limerick
Chapter6 Creating Curricular Assessments By Jacalyn Lund, Georgia State University and Deborah Tannehill, University of Limerick
Chapter7 Teaching All Kids: Valuing Students Through Culturally Responsive and Inclusive Practice By Gay L. Timken, Western Oregon University and Doris L. Watson, University of Nevada at Las Vegas
SectionII Main Theme Curriculum Models
Chapter8 Personal and Social Responsibility By Melissa Parker, University of Northern Colorado and Jim Stiehl, University of Northern Colorado
Chapter9 The Skill Theme Approach to Physical Education By Shirley Holt/Hale, Linden Elementary School Ret., Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Chapter10 Adventure Based Learning in your Physical Education Program By Ben Dyson, The University of Auckland, New Zealand and Sue Sutherland, The Ohio State University, USA
Chapter11 Outdoor Education By Jim Stiehl, University of Northern Colorado; Melissa Parker, University of Northern Colorado and Maura Coulter,St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra, (A College of Dublin City University)
Chapter12 Teaching Games for Understanding By Steve Mitchell, Kent State University and Judy Oslin, Kent State University
Chapter13 Sport Education: Authentic Sport Experiences By Hans van der Mars, Arizona State University and Deborah Tannehill, University of Limerick
Chapter14 Cultural Studies Curriculum in Physical Activity and Sport By Mary O'Sullivan, University of Limerick, Ireland; Gary Kinchin, University of Southampton, UK; Eimear Enright, University of Queensland, Australia
Chapter15 Fitness and Wellness Education By Karen McConnell, Pacific Lutheran University
SectionIII Keep Your Curriculum Dynamic
Chapter16 It's Not Business as Usual By Deborah Tannehill, University of Limerick and Jacalyn Lund, Georgia State University

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ISBN-13: 9781284034196
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Publication date: 04/21/2014
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 422
Sales rank: 250,784
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Chair and Professor, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia

University of Limerick, Ireland

Table of Contents

Foreword xi

Introduction xiii

About the Authors xvi

Section 1 The Curriculum Process 2

Chapter 1 Introduction to Standards-Based Curriculum Development Jacalyn Lund Deborah Tannehill 5

What Is Curriculum? 6

What Is a Standards-Based Curriculum? 7

Why Have We Gone to a Standards-Based Curriculum? 9

What Is Educational Reform? 9

What Triggered Educational Reform? 9

What Other Factors Have Influenced Curriculum Development? 12

How Does Planning Change When Moving from a Traditional to a Standards-Based Curriculum? 14

What Is the Role of Assessment in a Standards-Based Curriculum? 14

Selecting Activities in a Standards-Based Curriculum 15

Summary 16

Key Terms 17

Chapter 2 International Perspectives on the Implementation of Standards Ann MacPhail 21

Standards-Based and Outcomes-Based Curricula 22

Differing Terminology for Content Standards and Performance Standards 23

International Examples 24

Summary 34

Key Terms 34

Chapter 3 Building a Quality Physical Education Program Deborah Tannehill Jacalyn Lund 37

A Quality Program Stands for Something 38

A Programmatic Philosophy 42

Unpacking the Standards 43

Questions to Guide the Design of a Standards-Based Curriculum and Unpacking the Standards 52

Summary 53

Key Terms 53

Chapter 4 Building the Curriculum Deborah Tannehill Jacalyn Lund 57

Curricular Considerations 59

Implications for Instruction 72

Putting It All Together: Step-by-Step Questions as a Guide 74

Summary 74

Key Terms 74

Chapter 5 Evaluating Your Physical Education Curriculum Jacalyn Lund Deborah Tannehill 77

What Is Evaluation? 77

What Are the Purposes of Evaluation? 78

When Should You Evaluate? 80

Steps for Curricular Evaluations 81

National Resources for Curriculum Evaluation 99

Summary 100

Key Terms 102

Chapter 6 Creating Curricular Assessments Jacalyn Lund Deborah Tannehill 105

What Is the Purpose of Curricular Assessments? 105

How Do Curricular Assessments and Lesson Assessments Differ? 106

How Can I Assess the Standards? 106

What Types of Assessments Are Appropriate to Use as Curricular Assessments of the Program? 112

Should Assessments Be Written for Each Grade Level? 115

How Many Curricular Assessments Are Necessary? 116

Who Should Develop the Assessment? 117

When Should Curricular Assessments Be Administered? 118

How High Should a Program Set the Bar? 118

What Is a Rubric? 119

What Are Some Examples of Assessments That Could Be Used as Curricular Assessments? 124

How Should a Program Begin to Develop Assessments? 125

How Do I Know that Curricular Assessments Are Valid? 128

What Can We Do to Ensure that Results Are Consistent for Curricular Assessments? 128

What Are Some Issues Connected with Administering Curricular Assessments? 130

Suggestions for Developing Big Picture Assessments Appropriate for Curricular Evaluation 130

Summary 133

Key Terms 133

Chapter 7 Teaching All Kids: Valuing Students Through Culturally Responsive and Inclusive Practice Gay L. Timken Doris L. Watson 137

Overview of Bias in the United States 140

Teaching All Kids: Inclusive and Culturally Responsive Teaching 144

Summary 161

Key Terms 162

Section 2 Main Theme Curriculum Models 166

Chapter 8 Personal and Social Responsibility Melissa Parker Jim Stiehl 173

Why Teach Personal and Social Responsibility? 173

Responsibility Defined 175

Premises Underlying Responsibility 176

The Relationship of Curriculum and Instruction 178

Responsibility as Instruction 179

Responsibility as Curriculum 184

The Standards and Personal and Social Responsibility 190

Benefits, Compromises, and Limitations of Personal and Social Responsibility 191

Implementing a Responsibility Approach 192

Assessment 194

Summary 200

Key Terms 202

Chapter 9 The Skill Theme Approach to Physical Education Shirley Holt/Hale 205

Developmental Physical Education 205

Rudolf Laban and the Movement Analysis Framework 206

The Skill Theme Approach 206

Definition and Characteristics 208

Curriculum Content 209

Curriculum Development 211

Contributions to Student Learning 215

Skill Themes and the National Standards 216

Implementation of the Skill Theme Approach: A Sample Theme 218

Planning the Theme 220

Assessment in the Skill Theme Process 222

Summary 225

Key Terms 226

Chapter 10 Adventure Education in Your Physical Education Program Ben Dyson Sue Sutherland 229

Adventure Education 230

Experiential Learning 231

An Introduction to Adventure Education 231

Essential Practices of Adventure Education 233

How Adventure Education Can Address the National Standards 241

Why Is Adventure Education Appealing to Youth? 250

Summary 251

Key Terms 252

Chapter 11 Outdoor Education Jim Stiehl Melissa Parker Maura Coulter 255

The Appeal of Outdoor Activities 255

Conceptualizing Outdoor Activities 256

Instructional Considerations 257

Contributions to Student Learning 260

Examples of Programs 264

A Sample Lesson 269

Assessing Student Progress 271

Summary 274

Key Terms 274

Chapter 12 Teaching Games for Understanding Steve Mitchell Judy Oslin 277

Rationale and Development of the Model 277

Similarities and the Oppositional Relationship Among Games 282

Curriculum Development in TGFU 284

Relationship of TGFU/TGM to the National Standards 287

Examples of TGFU/TGM in the Curriculum 288

Assessment of Student Learning 299

Summary 300

Key Terms 301

Chapter 13 Sport Education: Authentic Sport Experiences Hans van der Mars Deborah Tannehill 303

Sport Education Model: An Overview 305

Sport Education in Action: Tahoma Middle and High Schools 327

Summary 332

Key Terms 333

Chapter 14 Cultural Studies Curriculum in Physical Activity and Sport Mary O'Sullivan Gary Kinchin Eimear Enright 337

Overview of the Model 337

Global Curricular Contexts and the Cultural Studies Approach to Physical Education/Health 341

Characteristics of the Model 344

A Sample Unit and Lesson Tasks of the Cultural Studies Model 350

Learning Activities and Assessments for Else with the Model 352

Suggestions and Cautions to Teachers Developing the Model 359

Summary 360

Key Terms 360

Chapter 15 Fitness and Wellness Education Karen McConnell 365

Approaches to Fitness and Wellness Education 365

Relevance of Fitness and Wellness Education 369

Concepts-Based Physical Education: Model Philosophy 370

Concepts-Based Physical Education: Model Characteristics 371

Fitness Education and the National Standards 374

Benefits and Limitations of Fitness Education 377

Student Assessment in Fitness Education 378

Fitness Education in Practice 380

Summary 381

Key Terms 381

Section 3 Keeping Your Curriculum Dynamic 384

Chapter 16 It's Not Business as Usual Deborah Tannehill Jacalyn Lund 387

Developing a Great Curriculum 387

Challenges for Change 389

Summary 400

Glossary 403

Index 411

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