Exercise Program Project

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Exercise Program Project

  1. 1. Taking Charge of Personal Fitness and Transitioning the Use of Technology from Elementary to Middle School Programs • Tim Elliott 1st - 5th • Sue Landgrebe 1st - 5th • Terri Gifford 1st - 8th • Melanie Ostermeier 6th - 8th
  2. 2. • Getting Ready! • Checking it out! • Recording sug • Recording Results!
  3. 3. Project Example
  4. 4. PE ORGANIZATION • Instant Activity • Fitness Activity • Lesson Focus • Game
  5. 5. • Knowing and applying the 5 components of health related fitness. • Pedometers, heart rate monitors. • Understanding the data. • Determining goals.
  6. 6. • Students review their test results. • Determine strengths and weaknesses. • Determine the fitness component which needs work. • Establish a goal and activities to enhance that goal.
  7. 7. Classes regularly use the HRM in a variety of activities
  8. 8. As they develop the skill and understanding needed to use HRMs, students will be able to recognize the benefits gained from the activities.
  9. 9. Technology - WHY? What’s the big deal?
  10. 10. Let me tell you my story. • taught elementary (1-5) 15 years • just landed a job in middle school - lucky me • passionate about personal fitness • passionate about self-guided fitness options for my students
  11. 11. Why we use heart rate monitors .... • motivation • accountability • assessment • self-monitoring
  12. 12. How we use heart rate monitors ... • skill stations • fitness stations • activity stations - small team/small court
  13. 13. Smooth Sailing • Elementary teachers introduce stations, pedometers, heart rate monitors, portfolios. • Middle school teachers push students to the next level by introducing more independent learning and higher expectations. • High school??
  14. 14. Taking Charge of Personal Fitness Fitness and Exercise Tech Project for Grades 6 - 7 - 8
  15. 15. Game Plan Conduct fitness pre-tests Review pre-test results with students Help students choose their targets: component - test Help student create exercise plan - divide students into component groups and then discuss exercise options
  16. 16. Pretest Results President’s Challenge 1 Mile Run = 7:08 min President’s Challenge Shuttle Run = 8.6 sec Bicep Strength = 55 lbs President’s Challenge One Minute Curl-ups = 52 President’s Challenge Right Angle Push Ups = 42 President’s Challenge V-sit and Reach = 6.5 in Sit and Reach = 9.6 in
  17. 17. Implementation Students meet 30 minutes per week to work on tech presentation Students do their workout for 20 minutes each P.E. class - then group activity Students workout on their own when they do not have P.E. Students record workout sessions on hard copy to be transferred to tech presentation
  18. 18. What Does it Look Like?
  19. 19. Pulling it Together Conduct post-tests Students are given 60 minutes of class time to complete and enhance tech presentation Students put their tech projects in teacher drop box for grade
  20. 20. EVERY study can be improved!
  21. 21. Project Timeline decision making & pre-testing workout creation 2 weeks 60 minutes project development finalizing * exercising * post-testing * record keeping * finishing tech * time for tech work 1 week 5 weeks
  22. 22. Red Flag Suggestions Guide students toward “smart” choices for component - test - exercises be Have an expert in the tech room practical & cautious Have a good back-up plan for saving projects Encourage students to be creative, but not too “artistic” with their tech projects
  23. 23. Downers Be ready to NAG, NAG, NAG Absences makes the heart grow frustrated When you KNOW they’re not being accurate and/or truthful .... Some kids do worse
  24. 24. Webpage
  25. 25. Questions? ?

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