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Teaching Excellence: The New TPA. Nancy Markos BJ Santos [email protected] Albemarle County Lifelong Learner Standards. Lifelong learning places emphasis on results.

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albemarle county lifelong learner standards
Albemarle County Lifelong Learner Standards
  • Lifelong learning places emphasis on results.
  • To develop the skills and habits associated with lifelong learning, students must: learn beyond the simple recall of facts; understand the connections to and implications of what they learn; retain what they learn; and be able to apply what they learn in new contexts.
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Albemarle County Lifelong Learner Standards
  • Gather, organize, and analyze data, evaluate processes and products; and draw conclusions.
  • Think analytically, critically, and creatively to pursue new ideas, acquire new knowledge, and make decisions.
  • Seek, recognize and understand systems, patterns, themes, and interactions.
  • Understand and follow a physically active lifestyle that promotes good health and wellness.
virginia standards of learning
Virginia Standards of Learning

Movement Principles and Concepts 9.2

  • The student will apply movement principles and concepts to specific sport, dance, and recreational skill performance.
  • Explain and apply selected scientific principles (e.g., physiological [warm-up, cool down, overload, specificity, and progression], biomechanical [levers, types of muscle contractions, and force]) that aid in the improvement of movement skills.
  • Use movement principles and concepts to improve the movement performance of self and others.
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Virginia Standards of Learning

Personal Fitness 9.3

  • The student will demonstrate achievement and maintenance of a health-enhancing level of personal fitness by designing, implementing, self-assessing, and modifying a personal fitness program.
  • Demonstrate program-planning skills by setting goals, devising strategies, and making timelines for a personal physical activity plan.
  • Apply the FITT (Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type) principle and other principles of training such as overload, specificity, and progression, in accordance with personal goals.
  • Include scientific principles and concepts (e.g., methods of stretching, types of muscular contractions) as strategies for improvement of personal fitness.
  • Use a variety of resources, including available technology, to assess, design, and evaluate a personal fitness plan.
  • Identify consumer issues related to selection, purchase, care, and maintenance of personal fitness equipment.
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Virginia Standards of Learning

Movement Principles and Concepts 10.2

  • The student will apply movement principles and concepts to skill performance.
  • Explain and apply selected scientific principles (e.g., physiological, biomechanical) that aid in the improvement of skills and performance in specialized movement forms.
  • Integrate movement principles and concepts to analyze and improve the performance of self and others in specialized movement forms.
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Virginia Standards of Learning

Personal Fitness 10.3

  • The student will demonstrate the ability to independently apply basic principles of training and scientific concepts and principles to increase physical activity and improve personal fitness.
  • Select and apply appropriate principles of training (mode, intensity, duration, frequency, progression) in a chosen game/sport, dance, recreational pursuit, or fitness activity to increase regular physical activity and/or improve performance.
  • Use a variety of resources, including available technology, to analyze, assess, and improve physical activity and personal fitness.
national standards
National Standards
  • Standard 2: Demonstrates understanding of movement concepts, principles, strategies and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities.
  • Standard 3: Participates regularly in physical activity.
  • Standard 4: Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness.
tpa acps student academic progress 40
TPA– ACPS- Student Academic Progress – 40%
  • Sets strategic, measurable, attainable, results-oriented, time-bound (SMART) goal(s) for student academic progress based on some combination of patterns, trends, past practices, current research, or data.
  • Implements specific strategies and measurements related to the SMART goal(s).
  • Documents and studies progress toward achieving the SMART goal(s)
  • Uses SMART goal data to adjust, adopt, or abandon specific elements of the SMART goal to better support student academic progress.
student academic progress goal
Student Academic Progress Goal
  • Students will collect data (steps, distance, kCal, exercise time, heart rates, self-assessment of experience, assessment of fitness focus of class, and fitness test scores) to evaluate their experience in PE class and develop a fitness plan that aligns with their goals to improve fitness
  • I will measure and evaluate the development and implementation of a personal fitness plan that aligns with student goals and the student summary of data demonstrating an ability to analyze the patterns and relationships between variables though a thought organizer and student written or oral response.
rationale for goal
Rationale for Goal
  • Students will take ownership of their fitness and have the knowledge to adjust the plan for future needs.
  • They will use the Virginia Wellness Tests to inform their personal workouts.
  • They will leave high school with an understanding of the health related components of fitness.
  • Historically, students had developed fitness plans based on set criteria, but hadn’t intentionally looked at performance to evaluate the effectiveness of those plans or how to recognize the need to change or update the plan.
assessment strategies
Assessment Strategies
  • Students were challenged to understand the interactions within their personal goals for fitness, the opportunities presented during class, the effort and intensity of their participation, and the effectiveness of their personal fitness plan
  • They used real data to support their anecdotal analysis of their personal fitness plan.
measurement tools and documentation
Measurement Tools and Documentation
  • Students used technology to document intensity and quantity of exercise but used subjective evaluation of general feeling of the class and understanding of the fitness goals of the class.
  • Students took responsibility for building a base of data, through logs, to evaluate their understanding of a personal fitness plan.
study and adjustments
Study and Adjustments
  • Discussion about the effectiveness and performance of chosen exercises allowed student to improve and adjust or change exercises, or increase effort.
  • During formative evaluations, some students found they neglected of misunderstood the importance of logging information accurately.
  • In evaluation, students recognized the data that was omitted and analyzed what they had.