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Resources for School Wellness Policy Implementation. Francesca Zavacky Senior Manager National Association for Sport and Physical Education. NASPE Sets the Standard. Presentation Focus:. Overview of NASPE NASPE policy documents Tools for PE program evaluation NASPE Services.

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resources for school wellness policy implementation
Resources for School Wellness Policy Implementation

Francesca Zavacky

Senior Manager

National Association for Sport and Physical Education

NASPESets the Standard

presentation focus
Presentation Focus:

Overview of NASPE

NASPE policy documents

Tools for PE program evaluation

NASPE Services

NASPESets the Standard

about naspe
About NASPE
  • Non-profit membership association
  • Largest of five national associations that comprise the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD)
  • AAHPERD= 121 years
  • NASPE= 32 years
  • 16,000 members consisting of physical education teachers, coaches, athletic trainers, sport administrators, researchers, college/university professional preparation faculty

NASPESets the Standard

naspe policy documents
NASPE Policy Documents

• NASPE National Physical Education Standards

http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/template.cfm?template=publications-nationalstandards.html

• Physical Activity for Children: A Statement of Guidelines for Children Ages 5 - 12, 2nd Edition

http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/template.cfm?template=ns_children.html

• Appropriate Practices in Physical Education

http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/template.cfm?template=peappropriatepractice/index.html

NASPESets the Standard

moving into the future naspe national standards for physical education
Moving Into the Future: NASPE National Standards for Physical Education

Establishes what students should know and be able to do as a result of a quality physical education program

NASPESets the Standard

physical activity for children a statement of guidelines for children ages 5 12
Physical Activity for Children: A Statement of Guidelines for Children Ages 5-12
  • Provides meaningful activity guidelines for parents, physical education teachers, classroom teachers, youth physical activity leaders, administrators, physicians, health professionals and all others who promote physically active lifestyles among children
  • Provides information about how much physical activity is appropriate for preadolescent children ages 6-12

NASPESets the Standard

appropriate practices guidelines
Appropriate Practices Guidelines

NASPESets the Standard

appropriate practices documents
Appropriate Practices Documents
  • Address key aspects of instructional strategy and practice
  • Clearly distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate practices
  • Clarify the difference between physical education and physical activity
  • http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/template.cfm?template=peappropriatepractice/index.html

NASPESets the Standard

evaluation tools for policies and environment
Evaluation Tools for Policies and Environment
  • Opportunity to Learn Standards for Elementary Physical Education,2000
  • Opportunity to Learn Standards for Middle School Physical Education,2004
  • Opportunity to Learn Standards for High School Physical Education,2004

NASPE Sets the Standard

opportunity to learn documents
Opportunity to LearnDocuments

NASPESets the Standard

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Opportunity to LearnDocuments
  • Describe ”opportunity to learn” for students
  • Informal self-assessment
  • Ongoing planning and evaluation
  • Guide program improvement plan
  • To order, go to:

http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/pdf_files/pubs_brochure.pdf

NASPE Sets the Standard

tools for observing physical education
Tools for Observing Physical Education
  • Physical Education Teacher Evaluation Tool
  • Differences Between Physical Education and Physical Activity
  • What is a quality physical education program?
  • School Physical Education Program Checklist
  • What constitutes a highly qualified physical education teacher?

http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/template.cfm?template=observePE/main.html

NASPE Sets the Standard

naspe position statements
NASPE Position Statements
  • Provide recommendations about many pertinent topics related to physical education and physical activity
  • Developed by NASPE member/experts
  • To download, go to:

http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/template.cfm?template=position-papers.html

NASPE Sets the Standard

naspe position statements1
NASPE Position Statements
  • What Constitutes a Quality Physical Education Program,2003
  • Recess for Elementary School Students, 2006
  • Co-Curricular Physical Activity and Sport Programs for Middle School Students, 2002
  • Guidelines for After School Physical Activity and Intramural Sport Programs, 2002
  • Opposing Substitution and Waiver/Exemptions for Required Physical Education,2006
  • Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programs, 2008

NASPESets the Standard

the naspe stars program
The NASPE STARS Program

NASPE's national recognition program honoring outstanding physical education programs in K-12 schools across America

NASPE Sets the Standard

the purpose of the naspe stars program
The Purpose of the NASPE STARS Program:
  • Evaluate the quality of a physical education program based on national standards and guidelines
  • Identify quality physical education programs across the United States
  • Provide models of program excellence
  • Raise the bar for all physical education programs

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benefits of the naspe stars program to participants
Benefits of The NASPE STARS Program to Participants
  • Self-study process is a valuable professional development experience
  • Results can provide specific recommendations for necessary program change
  • Official applicants receive detailed report that defines strengths and weakness areas to guide improvements
  • To view information about STARS Schools, go to http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/stars/schools.html

NASPE Sets the Standard

naspe professional services
NASPE Professional Services

Physical Best is a health-related fitness education program used in conjunction with K-12 physical education curriculums. Physical Best certification workshops are offered in addition to ready-for-use workshops for teacher professional development.

Program Improvement in Physical Education (PIPEline) workshops bring state-of-the-art, standards-based instruction to your site.

Through Pro-Link, NASPE has the expert you need for a variety of services in sport and physical education. Our experts present curriculum reviews, advocacy presentations, tailored workshops and in-services.

NASPE Sets the Standard

for more information about naspe documents or services contact francesca zavacky at
For more information about NASPE documents or services, contact Francesca Zavacky at:

800-213-7193 ext.474

fzavacky@aahperd.org

NASPESets the Standard