Download
nc healthful living leaders webinar n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
NC Healthful Living Leaders Webinar PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
NC Healthful Living Leaders Webinar

NC Healthful Living Leaders Webinar

395 Views Download Presentation
Download Presentation

NC Healthful Living Leaders Webinar

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. NC Healthful Living Leaders Webinar Les Spell Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant NCDPI April 3, 2012 3:30 – 5:00 PM

  2. TIPS • Chat box/Question box • Participants will be muted during the webinar unless presenting • Please use the chat box or question box • Questions/Answers • Monitored and answered in question box and/or at the end of webinar • Follow-up • Presenter online at conclusion of webinar • Email/phone • Presentation posted on wiki

  3. Presenter Les Spell Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant, NCDPI les.spell@dpi.nc.gov 919-807-3637

  4. Burning Questions Before we begin today, if you have a burning question you would like to ask, please locate the Question Box on your Control Panel and type your question in.

  5. AGENDA • RESAs – Info from Chalk Talk Walks • Summer Institutes 3. DPI Update 4. Next Steps 5. Questions

  6. Healthful Living Essential Standards PD Plan 2011-12 RESA Trainings

  7. What’s Next? CHALK TALK WALK What did we learn about the current state of Healthful Living Education across North Carolina?

  8. RESAs - Issues of Concern • Assessments • What will they look like? • How will different teaching situation be taken into account? • How will this be used with teacher evaluations? • Reluctant Teachers • How do you get reluctant veterans to buy in?

  9. RESAs - Issues of Concern • Lack of support from central office/administration • Not enough staff • Not enough PLC time, planning time, time to cover all of the material • No PE/Health classes in some elementary schools

  10. RESAs - Issues of Concern • Lack of technology for 21st Century Standards • Changes in Sex Ed. (Healthy Youth Act) • How to share resources from around the state

  11. RESAs - Great Health & Physical Education Happenings • Health/Physical Education being taken more seriously • Increased administrative support • Increased collaboration • Increased professional development (teacher led/created) • Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)

  12. RESAs - Great Health & Physical Education Happenings • MATCH- Motivating Adolescents with Technology to Choose Health • Walk Across America • Nintendo Wii Fitness/Sports • Grants for heart rate monitors

  13. NC PEP Grant Recipients Since 2002 • 2011 – Prodigal Son Foundation (Charlotte), Haywood County • 2010 – Currituck County • 2009 – Jackson County • 2008 – Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, Catawba County, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City • 2007 – Craven County, Durham County, Robeson County • 2006 – Perquimans County • 2004 – Wake County • 2003 – Wake County, Cherokee County • 2002 – Columbus County, Cumberland County, Sugar Creek Charter School (Charlotte), Brunswick County

  14. RESAs – Changes Resulting From Implementation of ES • Increased collaboration with Health/PE teachers (sharing plans, ideas, equipment) • Collaboration with other subject teachers • PLCs • Vertical alignment • Feeling appreciated

  15. RESAs – Plans for Implementing HL ES • Developing pacing guides/ curriculum framework • Aligning current lessons with new standards • Vertically aligning curriculum from K-2 to 3-5 to 6-8 to 9-12 • Locally developing assessments

  16. Using Newspapers to Teach Healthful Living Education THE WORLD’S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER www.dailynews.com - Since 1879 Newspapers Are Filled With Health Messages Newspapers can be a helpful tool when teaching health content and literacy skills. Using newspapers is a great way to infuse current and in many cases local health issues and topics into your instruction. Click here to find information related to ordering newspapers for educational purposes in NC schools. It is important to note that newspapers can be accessed in print and online now for classroom use. It will be important to become familiar with the newspaper you intend to use so that you know which day of the week is most likely to contain health topics. Is there a Health section that runs on certain days of the week? Most newspapers include Food sections and grocery flyers as a part of the Wednesday paper which creates endless possibilities for integrating nutrition education. Advice columns may be limited to one day a week which might include health topics as well.

  17. Newspapers In Education Ideas ForHealthful Living • Sports Reporters • Advice Column • Monday Morning Quarterbacks • Nutrition lessons with food ads & MyPlate.gov • Hot Topics – letters to the editor • Creating comics with health messages • Brainstorm solutions to community issues

  18. LiveBinders

  19. LiveBinders.com • Login: NCHLRESA2012 • Password: NCHLRESA2012! • Open the My Binders tab • Access the My Shelves drop down • Select the shelf with your grade span for Health or Physical Education

  20. Summer Institutes

  21. Feedback from Summer Institute 2011 • Team Time needs to be earlier in the day • Process Time was too much content • Team Time needs to be an extended period of time for differentiated planning • Our LEA/Charter needs our own space to work

  22. Summer Institutes 2012 – The Vision • Differentiated Approach – Meet LEAs/ Charters where they are • Provide true “work time” with one LEA/ Charter per room with one DPI facilitator • Equip facilitator with tools, questions, and information to support the LEA/Charter

  23. SI Sharing Session 1.What are the big ideas or concepts you will take back from your content sessions? 2.How does this content area prepare students to be future ready? 3.How does this area connect to other content areas? 4.What are the implications for meeting the needs of all learners as related to this content area?

  24. Summer Institute 3 July 12-13, 2012 West Stokes High School Stokes County Summer Institute 5 July 19-20, 2012 JH Rose High School Pitt County Summer Institute 2 July 10-11, 2012 Maiden High School Catawba County Schools Summer Institute 4 July 17-18, 2012 Croatan High School Carteret County Summer Institute 1 June 21-22, 2012 Enka High School Buncombe County Summer Institute 6 July 24-25, 2012 SanLee Middle School Lee County

  25. Healthful Living Essential Standards PD Plan 2011-12Summer Institutes 2012 Locations and Dates

  26. DPI Update Health/Physical Education/Athletics Health Policies to Rules CPR Bill HIV Funding Cuts Healthy Schools Institute @ UNCW June 18-20 Licensure Reminder Spring PELT April 12th – 14th in Black Mountain National Physical Education Institute July 30th – August 3rd in Asheville Middle/Junior High School Athletics Manual NCHSAA & NCDPI Collaboration Efforts

  27. Next Steps • Work together • Use the Healthful Living Wiki space • Prepare for the Summer Institutes • Provide input and feedback into the development of instructional tools and support

  28. Healthful Living Essential Standards PD Plan 2011-12 • HL Webinars 3:30 – 5:00 • December 5 • February 7 • April 3 • May 4

  29. Healthful Living Wiki http://hlnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/

  30. Questions and Closing Questions??? • Thank you for joining us! • This Webinar presentation will be posted on the Healthful Living wiki site. • If you have feedback about the virtual meeting format, please let us know. Please feel free to log off if you are ready, or stay and ask questions…

  31. NCDPI Contact Information Les Spell Les.spell@dpi.nc.gov Ph: 919-807-3637