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The Sport Education Model. Can you imagine all K-12 students . . . showing appreciation for each other?? actively participating?? demonstrating skillful play?? wanting to participate?? demonstrating responsible behavior??. Sport Education: A Curriculum & Instruction Model.

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Can you imagine all K-12 students . . .

showing appreciation for each other??

actively participating??

demonstrating skillful play??

wanting to participate??

demonstrating responsible behavior??

Sport Education:

A Curriculum & Instruction Model

main features of the sport education model
Main Features of the Sport Education Model:

Central to the model:

Preserving the primary features of sport

  • Seasons
  • Affiliations
  • Formal Competition
  • Culminating Event
  • Keeping Records
  • Festivity
sport education
Sport Education

Seeks to make sport experience in physical education to be more authentic

Its central goals:

Teach students to be

competent,

literate, and

enthusiastic sports people.

a competent sportsperson
A competentsportsperson
  • has sufficient skills to participate

in games satisfactorily,

  • understands and can execute strategies

appropriate to the complexity of the game,

  • &
  • is a knowledgeable games player.
a literate sportsperson
A literatesportsperson
  • Understands/values the rules, rituals

& traditions of sport,

  • Distinguishes between good and bad

sport practices

  • Is a more able participant & discerning

fan or spectator

an enthusiastic sportsperson
Anenthusiasticsportsperson
  • Participates and behaves in ways that

preserve, protect and enhance the sport

culture within the class, school, and

& community.

  • Is involved in sport and promoting it

within the community.

sport education s objectives
Sport Education’s Objectives
  • Develop sport-specific techniques and

fitness.

  • Appreciate and be able to execute sport-

specific strategic play.

  • Participate at a developmentally

appropriate level.

sport education s objectives cont d
Sport Education’s Objectives(cont’d.)
  • Share planning and administration of

sport experiences.

  • Provide responsible leadership.
  • Work effectively within a

group toward common goals.

sport education s objectives cont d10
Sport Education’s Objectives(cont’d.)
  • Appreciate the rituals and conventions

that give sports their unique meaning.

  • Develop the capacity to make reasoned

decisions about sport concerns..

  • Develop and apply knowledge

about umpiring, refereeing and

training.

sport education s objectives cont d11
Sport Education’s Objectives(cont’d.)
  • Become involved in sport after school

and outside of school.

participation requirements

Differences from youth, community and interscholastic sport

Participation requirements.
  • Developmentally Appropriate Involvement.
  • Diverse roles beyond that of player.
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Participation Requirements
  • Small sided teams
  • No elimination tournaments
  • Culminating events for all students
  • All students experience all roles
  • Everyone has a role and contributes
developmentally appropriate involvement
Developmentally appropriate involvement
  • No “full sided” adult forms of sport

(1 vs 1, 2 vs 2, up to 5 vs 5)

  • Primary rules are preserved /

Modifications occur in secondary

rules.

diverse roles beyond that of player
Diverse roles beyond that of Player
  • Students learn to be coaches, referees,

coaches, trainers, safety officials,

scorekeepers, managers, publicists, and

broadcasters.

  • Leads to a more complete understanding

of sport.

the nature of competition in sport education
The Nature of Competition in Sport Education . . .
  • Is fundamental to sport experiences
  • Is closely tied to the pursuit of

competence

  • Focuses on doing well . . . The

process.

Competition . . .

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The Nature of Competition in Sport Education . . .

Should reflect informal, player-controlled games:

  • Action that leads to scoring
  • NO “subs.”
  • Close games
  • Reaffirm/create friendships (Coakley, 1994).

Conditions (i.e., space, equipment, etc.) should align to players’ developing abilities.

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The Nature of Competition in Sport Education . . .
  • Developmentally Appropriate
  • Cooperation among players
  • No zero-sum competition
  • Emphasizes the totality of the

experience.

sport education mirrors duquin 1988
Sport Education mirrors DuQuin (1988)

Sport should:

  • Be fun & enjoyable for all participants.
  • Provide safe means for developing

activity skills.

  • Foster moral sensitivity and caring.
  • Realize the pleasure & beauty of

movement

sport education mirrors duquin 1988 cont d
Sport Education mirrors DuQuin (1988)(cont’d.)

Sport should:

  • Exercise a spirit of creativity,

adventure, & discovery.

  • Provoke a commitment to lifelong

involvement.

  • Inspire a sense of community.
getting started with sport education
Getting Started with Sport Education . . .
  • Start small
  • Use a sport you are familiar with
  • Start with basic model
  • Few roles
  • Do it well
  • Then gradually expand and extend.
develop your curriculum
Develop Your Curriculum
  • Answer Intro. to Sport Handout Questions (MS-Word Doc.)
  • Siedentop Poster…