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Poe Center Healthful Living Essential Standards May 23, 2012. Les Spell - Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant, NCDPI. Today’s Presenter. Les Spell, MAEd Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant NCDPI. Expectations? What do you want to take away?. Agenda. Introductions

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Poe center healthful living essential standards may 23 2012

Poe CenterHealthful Living Essential Standards May 23, 2012

Les Spell - Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant, NCDPI


Today s presenter
Today’s Presenter

Les Spell, MAEd

Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant NCDPI


Expectations what do you want to take away
Expectations?What do you want to take away?


Agenda
Agenda

Introductions

Legislation

State Board Goal

21st Century Themes and Skills

Essential Standards

Resources



Healthful living education
Healthful Living Education =

Health Education and Physical Education


Legislative mandates in north carolina for health education
Legislative Mandates in North Carolina for Health Education

  • Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Prevention, K-12

  • CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver

  • The Healthy Youth Act


Healthy youth act
Healthy Youth Act

  • Replaces Teach Abstinence Until Marriage

  • Includes teaching of abstinence as a positive choice

  • Requires teaching of prevention of STDs (including HIV), unintended pregnancy, and prevention and reporting of sexual assault and abuse

  • Requires teaching FDA-approved methods of prevention (condoms and contraceptives)


Healthy youth act requirements in the essential standards
Healthy Youth Act Requirements in the Essential Standards

  • Abstinence education 7, 8, 9

  • Prevention of STDs (HIV, HPV) 7, 9

  • FDA-approved methods of disease prevention 7, 9

  • Prevention of pregnancy 8, 9

  • FDA-approved contraception 8, 9

  • Prevention of sexual assault and abuse 7, 9

  • Reporting of sexual assault and abuse 7, 9


Legislative mandates in north carolina for health and physical activity
Legislative Mandates in North Carolina for Health and Physical Activity

  • Bicycle Safety

  • Fitness Testing

  • Honors Courses in Healthful Living


Healthy active children s policy
Healthy Active Children’s Policy Physical Activity

  • State Board Policy

  • Requires 30 minutes of physical activity K-8

  • Requires all LEAs to have a School Health Advisory Council


Nc state board goals public school students will be healthy and responsible
NC State Board Goals: Physical ActivityPublic school students will be healthy and responsible.

Healthy Responsible Students

North Carolina State Board of Education


We all win when we have
We ALL Win When We Have -- Physical Activity

Healthy, Responsible Students

  • In Class

  • On Task

  • Healthy--Physically, Emotionally

  • Happy

  • Ready to Learn


Serious health risks identified by cdc
Serious Health Risks Physical Activity(Identified by CDC)

  • Intentional and unintentional injuries

  • Lack of physical activity

  • Use of tobacco

  • Sexual risk taking

  • Use of alcohol and other drugs

  • Poor dietary behaviors


National standards
National Standards Physical Activity


Nc youth risk behavior survey
NC Youth Risk Behavior Survey Physical Activity

  • Developed by CDC

  • Given in NC each odd year since 1995

  • Used by NC public schools and public health

  • Best data on risk taking by youth www.nchealthyschools.org

  • Middle school and high school data


Do you know your students
Do You Know Your Students? Physical Activity

  • Almost 20% of students do not get 8 hours of sleep/night; high school students, even more, 30%, do not sleep enough.

* Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2010


Do you know your students1
Do You Know Your Students? Physical Activity

  • 32% are home alone 3 or more hours

* Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2010


Do you know your students2
Do you know your students? Physical Activity

  • 20% feel alone in their lives

* Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2010





Unhealthy Weight & Academic Grades Physical Activity

NC High Schools 2011 YRBS

BMI between 85th and 95th percentile

BMI at or above 95th percentile



Core Subjects Physical Activity(as identified in the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act and adopted by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills in the Framework for 21st Century Skills)

English, Reading, or Language Arts

World Languages

Arts

Mathematics

Economics

Science

Geography

History

Government and Civics


21 st century themes
21 Physical Activityst Century Themes

Global Awareness

Financial, Economic, Business, & Entrepreneurial Literacy

Civic Literacy

Health Literacy

Environmental Literacy


Health literacy
Health Physical ActivityLiteracy

  • Obtaining, interpreting and understanding basic health information and services and using such information and services in ways that are health enhancing

  • Understanding preventive physical and mental health measures, including proper diet, nutrition, exercise, risk avoidance and stress reduction

  • Using available information to make appropriate health-related decisions

  • Establishing and monitoring personal and family health goals

  • Understanding national and international public health and safety issues


21 st century skills
21 Physical Activityst Century Skills

Learning and Innovation Skills

Information, Media, and Technology Skills

Life and Career Skills


21 st century themes and skills alignments
21 Physical Activityst Century Themes and Skills Alignments


Essential standards
Essential Standards Physical Activity

  • Strands:

    • Health Education = 5

    • Physical Education = 4

  • ES = Essential Standards

  • COs = Clarifying Objectives

  • APs = Assessment Prototypes

  • Crosswalks

  • Unpacking


  • Health education curriculum strands
    Health Physical ActivityEducationCurriculum Strands

    • Mental and Emotional Health

    • Personal and Consumer Health

    • Interpersonal Communication and Relationships

    • Nutrition and Physical Activity

    • Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs


    Physical education curriculum strands
    Physical Education Physical ActivityCurriculum Strands

    • Motor Skill Development

    • Movement Concepts

    • Health-Related Fitness

    • Personal and Social Responsibility


    Revised bloom s taxonomy
    Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy Physical Activity

    • Essential Standards in Health Education and Physical Education are based on the taxonomy approved by the State Board of Education

    • Process is guided by Department of Public Instruction


    Changes in Health Education and Physical Education Physical ActivityClarifying Objectives: from Bloom’s to Revised Bloom’s

    • Clarifying objectives have only one verb

    • Verbs in CO are aligned with verbs in ES

    • Verb create is the highest level of learning

    • Verbs enhance assessment and accountability


    Matching activity
    Matching Activity Physical Activity

    • Work with others

    • Arrange the verbs for Essential Standards into a hierarchy (remember at top)

    • Match verbs for clarifying objectives in alignment with verbs for Essential Standards

    • Check your work with the answer sheet

    • Match new clarifying objectives in Health and P.E.


    Coding of essential standards and clarifying objectives
    Coding of Essential Standards Physical Activityand Clarifying Objectives

    Grade level K – 9

    Curriculum strand

    Essential standard

    Clarifying objective

    Kindergarten – 9

    MEH = Mental and Emotional Health

    Number of standard

    Number of clarifying objective


    Examples of coding of essential standards and clarifying objectives
    Examples of Coding of Essential Standards and Clarifying Objectives

    5.PCH.2.2 =

    PE.2.HF.3.1 =

    PE.9.PR.4.2 =

    6.ATOD.3.2 =

    PE.1.MC.2.3 =

    4.MEH.1.2 =


    Essential standards and clarifying objectives
    Essential Standards Objectivesand Clarifying Objectives


    Crosswalks
    Crosswalks Objectives

    • Show conceptual changes between the previous Standard Course of Study and the new Essential Standards.

      • Answers the question, “How are the 2010 Essential Standards different from the 2006 Standard Course of Study objectives?”


    Unpacking
    Unpacking Objectives

    • Provides deeper understanding and description of the standards

      • Answers the question, “What do the standards mean a student must know and be able to do?”


    Resources
    Resources Objectives

    • NC Healthful Living Essential Standards Wiki

    • Livebinders – search for NCHLRESA2012

    • Successfully Teaching Middle/High School Health – manuals and trainings from NCCSHTC


    Healthful living wiki
    Healthful Living Wiki Objectives

    http://hlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/


    Livebinders
    Livebinders Objectives


    Wrap up contact information
    Wrap Up & Contact Information Objectives

    Les Spell

    Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant, NCDPI

    Les.Spell@dpi.nc.gov

    919-807-3637

    “The digital tools used during the course of the NCDPI RESA trainings have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing digital environment, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these tools are the exclusive digital tools for the purposes outlined during the RESA trainings.”


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