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Published on November 23, 2007

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Slide1:  Involving teachers in the design of a coherent physical education curriculum for Irish youth Deborah Tannehill PE PAYS Research Centre University of Limerick Physical Education Association of Ireland 20th October 2006 Physical Education Syllabus:  Physical Education Syllabus JCPE SCPE Leaving Certificate Physical Education Syllabi—Aims (what is intended for students to achieve):  Physical Education Syllabi—Aims (what is intended for students to achieve) JCPE Enhanced sense of self through PA Understanding of PA and its link to other content Motivation to be PA over lifespan and make informed PA decisions/choices Enrich students’ social skills (fairplay/tolerance) Progressive learning of PA SCPE & LCPE Critically reflect on PA Ability to make decisions Appreciation of PA Extend/refine skill in variety of PA Responsibility for learning Understanding basis of human movement Positive attitude toward PA Careers within PA Physical Education Syllabi— Operational Structure:  Physical Education Syllabi— Operational Structure JCPE Broad well-balanced program Opportunities based on interests, talents, decisions of students Access through school and wider community Level 1 – Introductory Level 2 – Enhanced understanding & level of performance One activity from each of 7 strands Three activities taken to second level Two more activities at discretion of teacher Four activities taught in one academic year SCPE & LCPE Relevance Individualized Active involvement of student Diversity of provision Challenge to all students Designed for further study and career opportunities associated with physical education Slide5:  Adventure Activity Aquatics Athletics Dance Invasion Games Net Games Target & Fielding Games Gymnastics Health-related Activity Physical Education Strands Slide6:  Aesthetic & Artistic Kinesiological Psycholsocial Adventure Activity Aquatics Athletics Dance Invasion Games Net Games Target & Fielding Games Gymnastics HRA SCPE Choice of 4 LCPE Choice of 3 Further Study & Career Opportunities Unpacking the Syllabi Aims/Objectives…:  What do they mean? How might they be interpreted? What is the intent of the aims/objectives? What skills should students be able to demonstrate? Which concepts are essential for students to apply? What content will allow students to achieve them? Unpacking the Syllabi Aims/Objectives… Slide8:  Dance—Hip hop for some and salsa for others Adventure—In-line skating or fly fishing or walking or ??? Invasion—Field hockey or lacrosse or ultimate Frisbee or water polo All movement forms can be used to reach aims and objectives Different interpretations and choices Student learning must be focus…:  Student learning must be focus… What is worthy of student learning? What is worth student time and effort? What is meaningful and relevant to the lives of students? FOS Principle Slide10:  “students do not find physical education coherent, relevant, or meaningful” (Ennis, 2003 p. 123) Youths’ needs we must satisfy…:  Youths’ needs we must satisfy… Need to feel competent Need to belong Need to feel useful Need to feel potent Need to feel optimistic (Sagor, 2002) It’s about the student…:  It’s about the student… How are they doing? What do they need? Are they learning? Who needs more assistance? What might facilitate their learning? Is it realistic? Is it worth their time and energy? Does it make sense? Is it too challenging? Is it not challenging enough? Slide13:  Skill Performance Fairplay Tactical Problems Festival Conflict Resolution Goal Setting Team Affiliation SPORT EDUCATION Cooperation Roles How to Involve Teachers:  How to Involve Teachers Provide an infrastructure of support Provide a forum for discussion of issues Provide workshops to meet needs of teachers Provide opportunities to advocate and impact policy Provide link between practicing teachers and teachers in training Provide link between schools and the community Provide an infrastructure of support:  Provide an infrastructure of support PE PAYS Learning community PEAI Cluster groups Department of Education and Science JCPE Syllabus Support teams Provide a forum for discussion of issues:  Provide a forum for discussion of issues Mike Carey Mentoring Grow the profession Provide workshops to meet needs of teachers:  Provide workshops to meet needs of teachers Retooling, retraining, new ideas Cork community of teachers Curriculum project Provide opportunities to advocate and impact policy:  Provide opportunities to advocate and impact policy PEAI workshop tomorrow Panel sharing ideas Change agents Identify issues Consult resources Provide link between practicing teachers and teachers in training:  Provide link between practicing teachers and teachers in training PETE responsibility Study it Live it Apply it UL Clinical Educator positions Provide link between schools and the community:  Provide link between schools and the community Outsourcing Aquatics Adventure Games Take back our content Build it into what we do Link to community programs developmentally Slide21:  Sub Heading And Date Sub Heading Date PE PAYS Community of Practice What we did What we learned What we changed Initial Meeting First Steps Dance Workshop Alternative Dance Workshops Culminating Event Emerging Tensions:  Emerging Tensions Diversity Teacher voice & knowledge Say & Do What we need…:  What we need… Inspire deeper discussions among teachers Connect what teachers know with new intitiatives Establish a learning culture PE PAYS, PEAI, and DOE work colalboratively to reach goals Slide25:  AIMS Holistic approach to PA Enhanced sense of self through PA Understanding of PA and its link to other content Motivation to be PA over lifespan and make informed PA decisions/choices Enrich students’ social skills (fairplay/tolerance) Progressive learning of PA JCPE STRUCTURE Participate in broad well-balanced program (understanding and mastery) Opportunities based on interests, talents, decisions of students Skills and knowledge to choose from recreation, competitive sport, pursuit of study in PE, goal setting, spectating, officiating, or non-involvement Access through school and wider community CURRICULUM STRUCTURE 7 areas, 3 at level 2, 4 per year Adventure, Invasion, Aquatics, Net/field, Ahtletics, Gymnastics, Dance, Health-related Slide26:  AIMS Critically reflect on PA Ability to make decisions Appreciation of PA Extend/refine skill in variety of PA Responsibility for learning Understanding basis of human movement Positive attitude toward PA Careers within PA STRUCTURE Relevance Individualized Active involvement of student Diversity of provision Challenge to all students SCPE Slide27:  STRUCTURE Relevant and balanced Individualized and equitable Active involvement of student Diversity of provision Challenge to all students Leaving Certificate AIMS Critically reflect on PA Ability to make decisions Appreciation of PA Extend/refine skill in variety of PA Responsibility for learning Understanding basis of human movement Positive attitude toward PA Careers within PA Further study and career opportunities associated with physical education

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