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Michigan Department of Education New Standards, Benchmarks & GLCEs for Physical Education. Tier I. Impetus for Content Standard Revisions. National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) has six standards. Michigan had fourteen standards.

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impetus for content standard revisions
Impetus for Content Standard Revisions
  • National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) has six standards.
  • Michigan had fourteen standards.
  • NASPE’s and Michigan’s content standards and benchmarks address:
    • Motor Skills
    • Cognitive Skills
    • Physical Fitness
    • Personal/social Skills
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The new Michigan Content Standards

and Benchmarks (2007)

have been adopted directly from

the six NASPE standards.

development process
Development Process

2002-2004

  • Grade Level Content Expectations were created to align with the previous 14 content standards and benchmarks.

2004

  • NASPE released their new standards.

December 2005 – 2006

  • MI Standards & Benchmark Committee worked on current content standards and benchmark revisions.
development process5
Development Process

February 2007

  • Revised Content Standards and Benchmarks approved by the State Board of Education

2007

  • GLCEs developed in accordance with newly adopted Content Standards and Benchmarks

April 2008

  • GLCEs approved by the State Board of Education
glce and survey
GLCE and Survey
  • Grade Level Content Expectations
  • Michigan Merit Guidelines
  • Feedback Survey
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Who Was Involved…

  • Group of Content Experts in Physical Education
  • Focus Groups
    • Physical education teachers
    • Professional organizations
  • Web Review and National Review of Content Standards and Benchmarks
structure
Structure
  • Six physical education content standards.
  • Benchmarksinclude more detailed learning objectives:
    • Early Elementary K-2
    • Later Elementary 3-5
    • Middle School 6-8
    • High School 9-12
  • Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCE).
    • Expectations of what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade.
new format organization
New Format & Organization

Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCE)

  • Content expectation documents for each grade K -8.
  • (4) K-8 Scope and Sequence Documents:

- Motor Skills and Movement Patterns

- Content Knowledge

- Fitness and Physical Activity

- Personal and Social Behaviors and Values

  • High School Expectations – MMC Credit Guidelines

- 8 Modules

- 1 Core Module

strands
Strands

Strand 1: Motor Skills and Movement Patterns (M)

Strand 2: Content Knowledge (K)

Strand 3: Fitness and Physical Activity (A)

Strand 4: Personal/Social Behaviors and Values (B)

strand 1 motor skills movement patterns
Motor Skills (MS)

-Non-manipulative

-Locomotor

-Manipulative

-Aquatic

Movement Concepts (MC)

-Space Awareness

-Effort

-Relationships

Strand 1: Motor Skills & Movement Patterns

Domains

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Aquatics (AQ)

Outdoor Pursuits (OP)

Rhythmic Activities (RA)

Target Games (TG)

Invasion Games (IG)

Net/Wall Games (NG)

Field/Run Games (FG)

Strand 1: Motor Skills & Movement Patterns

Domains

strand 2 content knowledge k
Motor Skills (MS)

-Non-manipulative

-Locomotor

-Manipulative

-Aquatic

Feedback

Movement Concepts (MC)

-Space Awareness

-Effort

-Relationships

Strand 2: Content Knowledge (K)

Domains

strand 2 content knowledge k14
Aquatics (AQ)

Outdoor Pursuits (OP)

Rhythmic Activities (RA)

Target Games (TG)

Invasion Games (IG)

Net/Wall Games (NG)

Field/Run Games (FG)

Strand 2: Content Knowledge (K)

Domains

strand 2 content knowledge k15
Strand 2: Content Knowledge (K)
  • Participation During Physical Education (PE)
  • Participation Outside of Physical Education (PA)
  • Health-Related Fitness (HR)
  • Physical Activity and Nutrition (AN)

Domains

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Strand 2: Content Knowledge (K)

Domains

  • Feedback
  • Personal/Social Behaviors (PS)
  • Regular Participation (RP)
  • Social Benefits (SB)
  • Individual Differences (ID)
  • Feelings (FE)
strand 3 fitness and physical activity a
Strand 3: Fitness and Physical Activity (A)
  • Participation During Physical Education (PE)
  • Participation Outside of Physical Education (PA)
  • Health-Related Fitness (HR)
  • Physical Activity and Nutrition (AN)

Domains

strand 4 personal social behaviors values b
Strand 4: Personal/Social Behaviors & Values (B)

Domains

  • Feedback
  • Personal/Social Behaviors (PS)
  • Regular Participation (RP)
  • Social Benefits (SB)
  • Individual Differences (ID)
  • Feelings (FE)
exploring the handouts

Exploring the Handouts

Brief Discussion

slide20
Handouts
  • Standards Comparison Chart
  • Organizational Chart
  • GLCE Documents
grade level content expectations
Grade Level Content Expectations
  • Documents for each individual grade K through 8.
  • (4) Scope and Sequence Documents for K - 8:

1. Motor Skills and Movement Patterns

2. Content Knowledge

3. Fitness and Physical Activity

4. Personal and Social Behaviors and Values

  • High School Expectations – MMC Credit Guidelines

- 8 Activity Modules

- 1 is a Core Activity Module

glce s
GLCE’S

5thGrade

Physical Education

Grade Level Content Expectations

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MMC

Michigan

Merit

Curriculum

Physical Education

Credit Guidelines

glce for 5 th grade

GLCE for 5th Grade

Reading the Documents: Up Close

organization glce coding
Organization: GLCE Coding

Sample Coding for PE GLCE: M.TG.05.01

M: Motor Skills and Movement Patterns.

TG: Target Games

05: Grade level

01: First expectation

M.TG.05.01 Demonstrate selected use of tactical problems, such as accuracy in distance and direction during modified, unopposed target games.

break out activity

Break Out Activity

Finding your way through the GLCEs…

overview of michigan merit curriculum
Overview of Michigan Merit Curriculum

2011 Requirements (2006 8th grade class)

Course/Credit Content Expectations:

  • 4 English Language Arts, 4 Mathematics (1 in senior year), 3 Science, 3 Social Studies

Content Area/Learning Experience Guidelines:

  • 1 Physical Education/Health, 1 Visual, Performing, and Applied Arts, On-line course/experience

2016 Requirements (2006 3rd grade class)

Content Area/Learning Experience Guidelines for:

  • 2 credits/experience in Languages other than English
michigan merit curriculum
Michigan Merit Curriculum
  • One credit physical education/health
  • Physical Education Guidelines revised based on the new six Content Standards and Benchmarks.

www.michigan.gov/highschool

www.michigan.gov/physed

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High School PE Requirement

  • 1. Health-Related Fitness.
  • Advanced skills & tactics
  • in three activities for
  • three categories.
  • Basic skills & tactics in
  • five additional activities
  • from three categories.
physical education categories
Physical Education Categories

Health-Related Fitness

Aquatics

Net/Wall Games

Target Games

Invasion Games

Striking/Fielding Games

Outdoor Pursuits

Rhythmic Activities

organization of mmc
Organization of MMC

4.A.HR.2 Meet the criterion-referenced cardiorespiratory health-related fitness standards for age and gender (e.g., Curl-up, Push-up, Pull-up, Modified Pull-up, Flexed Arm Hang, etc.).

4: Standard 4

A: Fitness and Physical Activity Strand

HR: Health-Related Fitness

2: Second Expectation in the Grade Level

Fitness and Physical Activity Domain

break out activity38

Break Out Activity

Michigan Merit Curriculum Credit Guidelines

Core Module

what has been done this far
What Has Been Done This Far?
  • Drawing upon work that had been done, we:
    • Aligned MI Content Standards and Benchmarks with national documents, standards
    • Aligned K-12 GLCEs with new Content Standards and Benchmarks
    • Formatted PE documents to be consistent with other K-12 content areas
      • Coding of content by strand, domain, grade and expectation
what is next
What Is Next?
  • Drawing upon work that had been done, we plan to:
    • Have proposed GLCEs approved by the State Board of Education
    • Present “Roll-out Workshops” around the state supplemented by online resources
    • Develop companion documents
    • Develop a high school assessment to be used in accordance with the Michigan Merit Curriculum
    • Develop K-12 sample assessments to be utilized by physical education practitioners
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Trina Boyle-Holmes

Physical Education Consultant

Michigan Department of Education

Boyle-holmest@michigan.gov

www.michigan.gov/physed