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Image Creation Self-Image. Ryan Smith. Overview of Program. After School Program Once a week Once required – then optional Debriefs to reflect Appreciating physical difference rather than glorifying physical abilities and looks Survey Adventure Education New and challenging activities

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overview of program
Overview of Program
  • After School Program
    • Once a week
    • Once required – then optional
    • Debriefs to reflect
      • Appreciating physical difference rather than glorifying physical abilities and looks
    • Survey
  • Adventure Education
    • New and challenging activities
    • Teamwork and Cooperative Activities
    • Improved Social Skills
possible activities
Possible Activities
  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Wall climbing
  • Orienteering
  • Canoe/Kayaking
  • Ropes courses
  • Cooperative Games
highlights of adventure education
Highlights of Adventure Education
  • Cooperation– Through group work and supportive group atmosphere, the students will learn to cooperatively communicate thoughts and feelings encouraged through listening. - Reducing antisocial behavior
  • Risk – Making a commitment to take a risk displaying their talents and limitations – realizing the positive/safe environment.
  • Trust – Students will trust their peers after attempting activities that involve some physical or emotional risk – thus attempting new activities
  • Challenge – Students will view mental and physical tasks as a challenge through resistance to frustration in attempt.
  • Problem solving – Achieved through trial and error participation with group members.

Siedentop, Daryl, and Deborah Tannehill. Developing Teaching Skills In Physical Education. New York: Mcgraw Hill Higher Education, 2002.

adventure education
…Adventure Education
  • Develops trust and confidence in our whole self
  • Discovering the potential for a lifelong learning adventure
    • Challenges and Risks = Anxiety and Stress
    • Meeting Challenge/Risk = Self Confidence, Self Esteem, Self Image
  • PE is the whole child!
    • Mental, Social and Emotional experiences as well as the physical.

Siedentop, Daryl, and Deborah Tannehill. Developing Teaching Skills In Physical Education. New York: Mcgraw Hill Higher Education, 2002.

student pursuit
Student Pursuit
  • Invitation to parents
  • One-on-one
  • Requirement
purpose goals
Purpose/Goals
  • Improve self image through exercise, new experiences and relationships enough to increase confidence to perform at a high level in physical education.
  • Introduce new movement experiences
  • Weaken nervous energy, anxiety and stress, while building mental strength through physical activity.
purpose
Purpose
  • Addresses Problems Related To Physical Education
    • Self image
    • Self-esteem
    • Increase Positive Reinforcement
expected results
Expected Results
  • Attendance 60
  • Enhance Self-Image
  • Eliminate “Clicks”
  • Expect growth through the relationships and comfort level with physical activity.
results measured
Results Measured
  • Survey
  • BALT-PE
  • Opportunities to Respond
recommendations what can you do
RecommendationsWhat can you do?

Help make this an inviting place for students

Promotion

Funding

Support - To insure two requirements

funding
Funding
  • Dependent on my/programs relationship with
    • Facilities
      • YMCA
      • Kent State Recreation and Wellness Center
      • Parks
      • Camp Y-NOAH
    • Equipment
      • Within school
    • Transportation
    • Volunteers
  • Grants
    • Innovative
    • Characterized
promotion
Promotion
  • Through
    • Schools website
    • Flyers
    • Mentioned at any parent meetings
    • Announcements
evaluation
Evaluation
  • Encouraged!
  • Evaluate – (after 1 year)
    • increased participation in PE
    • attendance numbers
    • funding
    • student input
    • …and after one year…
terminal goal
Terminal Goal
  • Elective Fall 2010: Image Creations