PET 673- Integrating Instructional Technology in Physical Education Day 4
Day 3 Reading Response Activity • Small Group Task : • Lead reviewers will cluster and discuss reading • Generate collective summary to be shared with class, • Share personal reactions • Prepare 3-4 discussion points and/or questions related to reading to lead discussion • Large Group Task : • Each reading group will share and lead discussion with whole class Partridge et al. 2011 Team 1 lead Team 2 lead Team 3 lead Team 4 lead Team 5 lead McCaughtry et al., 2008 Team 1 lead Team 2 lead Team 3 lead Team 4 lead Team 5 lead Suja’ee & Khine 2009 Team 1 lead Team 2 lead Team 3 lead Team 4 lead Team 5 lead
The World Wide Web • Established in the 1990’s • What is the Internet? – A collection of electronic documents • Static vs. Dynamic Web pages • Generations of the Internet - Web 2.0 ; Web 3.0
The World Wide Web- Web 2.0 • Collaborative “Read/Write Web” • User generated content • Examples • Social networking sites • Blogs • Wikis • Video sharing sites • Hosted services • Web applications • Forums • Discussion Boards
Components of Web 2.0 Blogs • Website usually maintained by an individual, with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. • In PE • http://kieronski.edublogs.org/ • In Sport • http://coachparker.org/
Components of Web 2.0 Podcasts A digital recording of a broadcast, made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or personal audio player. 2005 New Oxford Dictionary • Content can include audio, video, and image materials
Options for Podcasts in Education • Information Sharing (Public Service Announcements) • Center for Disease Control & Prevention • http://www2c.cdc.gov/podcasts/ • Idea Sharing • PELinks4u.org • http://www.pelinks4u.org/ (podcasts) • Story Telling / Sharing Different Perspectives • National Public Radio (NPR) Story Corp • http://www.npr.org/series/4516989/storycorps • Other?
Pair, Think, Share • In what ways could students create podcasts relating to the below categories? • Information Sharing (Public Service Announcements) • Idea Sharing • Story Telling / Sharing Different Perspectives
iPads in PE • http://www.pelinks4u.org/articles/lleightNichols_1011.htm • Apps for Teachers: • http://appadvice.com/applists/show/apps-for-teachers
Classroom Management Apps: • TeacherTool - A complex grading and classroom management app. In addition to the standard grading features, you can set up of checklists for events, e.g. tracking which students have paid for the upcoming field trip. Data is easily exported for Excel via email attachment.
Teaching Tools Apps: • YouTube- Plays YouTube videos (screen and preview prior to playing for a class) • iPump Fitness Builder- provides the user with 400 complete workouts and over 4,000 exercise images and videos that users can drag and drop to create their own workouts.
Teaching Tools Apps: • Lose It!- This app. allows the user to set goals and establish a daily calorie budget. Aids the user in staying on track each day by recording food and exercise and staying within their budget. • FitnessClass- allows the user to stream workout videos over WiFi or 3G while listening to the user’s music (iOS 4+) and get interactive. The user can also choose a new, different class every day, see estimated calorie counts for each class, post completed status to Facebook & Twitter and keep track of every workout performed.
Teaching Tools Apps: • My Food- Nutrition App Great for elementary school Provides nutrition data • CardioTech for Ipad Visuals of how the heart works
Assessment Apps: • Standards-Based Record Book: This software provides for the collection of attendance, behavior, and standards-based grading for use on a Windows or Macintosh computer (desktop, notebook/laptop, ultra-mobile, etc.). • Fitness Report: This software allows for the collection of fitness scores including curl ups, push ups, pull-ups, modified pull ups, flexed arm hang, walk, mile run, pacer, shoulder stretch, back saver, sit and reach, trunk lift, skinfold, and body mass index. Produces a variety of reports and charts.
Assessment Apps: • Easy Assessment($1.99)- Provides user with ability to add/manage entire groups (classes) or smaller groups and easily develop a rubric in two simple steps. • Heart rate recovery tracker($1.99)- Allows user to check fitness level by measuring your heart rate during exercise and your recovery time after exercising. • Cardiograph ($1.99)-measures the user’s heart rate. You can save your results for future reference, and even keep track of multiple people with individual profiles. • Pedometer Free GPS (FREE)- provides the user with a pedometer and a GPS. The Pedometer utilizes accelerometer and GPS simultaneously providing accuracy of measurements. The route of the user will be displayed on the map.