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Grade-Level Outcome:
S4.E5.3 - Recognizes the role of rules and etiquette in physical activity with peers.

Artifact #1: PED 515 Assessment Tools Project

Date: Fall 2017

Reflection: The PED 515 - Assessment Tools Project was used to assess the affective domain of students by using technology as a tool. The tool that was used was the ClassDojo app on an iPhone 6, which was accompanied by a rubric. This artifact meets Grade-Level Outcome S4.E5.3 because it assessed students' ability to recognize and demonstrate the class rules of Safety, Trying your best, Active listening, Respect, and Sportsmanship while being physically active. This artifact is important to my development as a physical education teacher leader because technology can have a positive impact on how I assess my students. The integration of technology in physical education is the next step in assessment to enhance student learning.




Grade-Level Outcome: S1.E14.3 - Throws overhand, demonstrating 3 of the 5 critical elements of a mature pattern, in nondynamic environments (closed skills), for distance and/or force; S4.E3.3 - Accepts and implements specific corrective feedback from the teacher.

Artifact #2:
PED 515 Movement Analysis Project

Date: Fall 2017

Reflection: The PED 515 - Movement Analysis Project was used to analyze a student's performance of a skill before and after receiving specific corrective feedback with use of a video analysis tool. The tool that was used was the Coach's Eye app on a Nextbook tablet. This artifact meets Grade-Level Outcome S1.E14.3 and S4.E3.3 because the student demonstrated 4 of the 5 critical elements of a mature pattern for the overhand throw after accepting feedback that was shown via video analysis then implemented the corrective feedback to improve their performance of the skill. This artifact is important to my development as a physical education leader because the integration of technology into physical education will enhance my students' learning. The use of a video analysis tool is an effective way to complement verbal feedback by allowing students to visually see the critical elements they are performing correctly and the elements they need to implement in subsequent attempts.
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Jeremy West,
Nov 25, 2017, 6:03 PM
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Jeremy West,
Nov 25, 2017, 6:03 PM
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Jeremy West,
Nov 25, 2017, 6:04 PM