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Update on Health and Fitness Classroom-Based Assessments. 2009. Children’s bedrooms have become multi-media centers: 68% have a TV 54% have a VCR or DVD 49% have a video game or games. Kids. In Trouble. $127 million. Obesity-associated hospital costs for young people

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Children’s bedrooms have become multi-media centers:

  • 68% have a TV
  • 54% have a VCR or DVD
  • 49% have a video game
  • or games
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Kids

In Trouble

$127 million

Obesity-associated hospital

costs for young people

have more than tripled

in 20 years, growing

from $35 million to

$127 million in

2004.

survey says
SURVEY SAYS

Young people, ages 8-18, showed

that their daily activities accounted

for the following:

  • Watching TV – 3 hrs. 51 min.
  • Using the computer – 1 hr. 2 min.
  • Video games – 49 min.

(Generation M: Media in the Lives of 8-18 Year Olds. Menlo Park, Calif.: Kaiser Family Foundation, 2005)

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In the 1950s, kids had three cups of milk for every cup of soda. Today that ratio is reversed, meaning they get all

the calories and none of the nutrients.

Today

1950’s

209 million
$209 MILLION

Annual advertising budget for Coca-Cola and Diet Coke

4 million
$4 MILLION

Annual marketing budget for the National Cancer Institute’s 5 A Day Campaign

supersize
SUPERSIZE

The larger chair in a New York hospital provides more room for an obese person.

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Essential Academic Learning Requirement 1

ACTIVE LIFESTYLE-Thestudent acquires the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain an active lifestyle:

Movement,

physical fitness, and

nutrition.

recognizing patterns of growth and development
Recognizing patterns of growth and development,

Essential Academic Learning Requirement 2

HEALTH SKILLS - The student acquires the knowledge and

skills necessary to maintain a healthy life:

reducing health risks, and living safely.

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Essential Academic Learning Requirement 3

INFLUENCING FACTORS –

The student analyzes and

evaluates the impact of

real-life influences

on health.

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Essential Academic Learning Requirement 4

HEALTH/FITNESS PLANNING - The student effectively analyzes health and safety information to

develop health and

fitness plans based

on life goals.

understanding the health and fitness gles
Understanding the Health and Fitness GLEs

EALR 1.0 The student acquires the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain an active life: Movement, physical fitness, and nutrition.

Component 1.3 – Understands the components of health-related physical fitness and interprets information from feedback, evaluation, and self assessment in order to improve performance.

Grade Level Expectation

Evidence of Learning

Common Example

Classroom-Based Assessment

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Classroom-Based Assessments

RCW 28A.230.095 states:

  • By the end of the 2008-09 school year, school districts shall have in place in elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools assessments or other strategies to assure that students have an opportunity to learn the essential academic learning requirements in social studies, the arts, and health and fitness. Social studies includes history, geography, civics, economics, and social studies skills. Beginning with the 2008-09 school year, school districts shall annually submit an implementation verification report to the office of the superintendent of public instruction.The office of the superintendent of public instruction may not require school districts to use a classroom-based assessment in social studies, the arts, and health and fitness to meet the requirements of this section and shall clearly communicate to districts their option to use other strategies chosen by the district.
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Classroom-Based Assessments

  • Beginning 2008-09
  • OSPI recommends: Grades 5, 8 and high school
  • Submit an implementation verification report to OSPI through iGrants

Grade 5

Grade 8

High School

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Timeline

What does 2008-09 look like?

  • Administration: All 295 school districts would implement and

report assessments or other strategies to assure that

students have an opportunity to learn the essential academic

learning requirements in health and fitness

  • Scoring: Standards are set for scoring and processes
  • Reporting: All school districts will report on assessments or
  • other strategies beginning 2008-2009
  • Training: Regional Training continues; ESDs, WAHPERD State
  • Conference, PEAK Conference, West’s Best Conference
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Fitness Performance Assessments

Starting 2008-09, OSPI recommends fitness performance assessments no later than Grade 5 and continue each year through completion of high school PE. Schools may use OSPI Fitness Performance Assessments, President’s Challenge, FitnessGram, or district approved fitness assessment plan.

District Approved Fitness Assessment Plan

OSPI Fitness Performance Assessments

elementary cbas
Elementary CBAs

OSPI recommends one health and one fitness CBA in 5th grade.

Fitness

Get Fit Summer

Concepts of Health and Fitness

Health

A Cartoon Role Model

Mrs. Trimble’s Muffins

New Kid on the Block

Stomp Out Second-Hand Smoke

Welcome to Our School

elementary cbas1
Elementary CBAs

OSPI recommends one health and one fitness CBA in 8th grade.

Fitness

Fitness Plan for Pat

Concepts of Health and Fitness

Shop, Eat, Move

Health

Acme Advertising

Sara’s Story

Tobacco Times

Touring the Systems

True Media Message

elementary cbas2
Elementary CBAs

OSPI recommends one health and one fitness CBA in high school.

Fitness

Fitness Planning

Concepts of Health and Fitness

Health

A Letter to the Publisher

Cafeteria Choices

Cut Out Conflict

Dear “Stressed and Depressed”

New Student Orientation

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Reporting Forms

  • Elementary School Teacher Worksheets
  • Middle School Teacher Worksheets
  • High School Teacher Worksheets
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Elementary Health and Fitness Classroom-Based Assessments or Other Strategies

This form should be used to collect data required by RCW 28A.230.095. Upon completion, it should be sent to the district contact person who will submit the Information to iGrants. Please note that specific information for individual teachers and schools will not be collected by the OSPI. State law requires district-level information only.

Please fill in the number of students who participated in the assessments or other strategies listed below.

Example:

washington state pep grant 2008

Washington State PEP Grant 2001-2008

Washington State PEP Grant 2008

Marysville School District, $440,342

Oak Harbor School District, $390,451

East Valley School District, $219,111

Longview School District, $286,316

Bethel School District, $388,152

Kennewick School District. $373,544

Hoquiam School District, $276,832

Total = $2,374,748

Total PEP Grant Monies Awarded to Washington State =

$9,042,525

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Thank you

Lisa Rakoz

Program Supervisor

Health and Fitness

360-725-4977

TTY 360-664-3631

lisa.rakoz@k12.wa.us