WES 2014 - Emerging Trends in School Education - Arun K Khetan, CEO, SEDIL


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WES 2014 - Emerging Trends in School Education - Arun K Khetan, CEO, SEDIL

  1. 1. Physical Education & Sports’ Importance.. During School Education
  2. 2. Pertaining to Health.. • Physical Education and Sports are two pillars of both mental and physical health of an individual; • Regular Physical activity in children & adults has shown to facilitate: - Better stress management; - Alleviate depression & anxiety; - Strengthen self esteem; - Boost mental alertness.
  3. 3. Pertaining to Society.. •“Sports has the power to unite people in a way little else can”; • “It can create hope, break racial barriers” • “Laugh in the face of discrimination” • “Speaks in language they can understand” – Nelson Mandela
  4. 4. Pertaining to Nature.. • Sports is not a luxury in Society, on the contrary • Sports is an important investment – in the present & – In the future • Sustainable Sports and recreation management makes: – a valuable contribution to protecting our delicate environment & – reducing our ill adverse impact on it;
  5. 5. Countries Population (in crores) Events Medals Total Percentage Olympics Gold Silver Bronze USA (best) 31.39 48 1072 860 749 2681 15.25% India 123.7 32 9 6 11 26 0.147% Total Olympics 48 5768 5733 6077 17578 Asian Games Gold Silver Bronze Japan (Best) 12.76 16 910 904 836 2650 21.56% India 123.7 16 128 168 249 545 4.43% Total AGs 16 3874 3856 4560 12290 Commonweal th Games Gold Silver Bronze Australia 2.268 19 804 672 604 2080 24.23% India 123.7 14 141 123 108 372 4.33% Total CWGs 19 2790 2778 3015 8583 India in World Sporting Events
  6. 6. Regular physical activity is essential for healthy growth and development A healthy mind and body boost students’ academic achievement. Research has proved that better physical fitness, physical capacity & physical activity results in higher school ratings of scholastic ability; Regular physical activity right from early years of learning helps to maintain: - a healthy body weight; - lowers levels of anxiety and depression - enhances the cognitive functioning Being Physically fit…
  7. 7. Physical Activity vs. Physical Education • Physical activity carves behavior; • Curriculum led Physical education teaches about physical activity helping the students to attain the knowledge and skills; • Most of the time Students are physically active in the play time( PT periods ), but students are not (comprehensively) Physically Literate
  8. 8. Competent in motor skills and movement patterns; Understands movements concepts, principles , strategies ,tactics.. Participates regularly , maintains health-enhancing level of fitness; Exhibits responsible, personal and social behaviour; Understands it’s importance to maintain a good health & hence enjoys the challenge A Physically Literate Individual…. Add on.. Acquires competency & decision making skills
  9. 9. Cause of Concern @ grassroots in the current lifestyle.. • Increase in the rate of obesity among metro children; • Increase in the cases of hypertension among adolescents; • Increase in the cases of diabetes among teens & pre- teens; • Inappropriate BMI in almost 2 out of 5 children; • More cases of anxiety, depression and moodiness among adolescents- Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/One-in-4-school-kids-in-metros-obese- Survey/articleshow/17286840.cms
  10. 10. Physical Activity.. Importance @ body • Helps control weight; • Builds & maintains healthy bones, lean muscles, joints; • Reduces body fat percentage; • Reduces blood pressure in some adolescents with hypertension; • Reduces feeling of anxiety & depression; • Moodiness; • Prevents / delays high BP, heart disease & diabetes. … builds Personality
  11. 11. Physical Activity & Academic Achievement • Children are at school 8+ - 9+ hrs a day, 9 / 10 months in a year, 13 years; • Most of the times they are forced to sit; • Research shows that structured Physical Education programs helps children improves interest in regular physical activity; • According to recent medical studies, physical well being of a student directly impacts his or her performance in class; • PE Promotes - Healthy & Active Lifestyles - Increased Physical Fitness - Teaches movement & behavioral skills Thus plays a vital role in the students’ development and growth
  12. 12. Role of School Leaders & Caring Adults • Ensure to have a quality PE & Sports program; • Does the school provide adequate: – Time for Physical activity; – Leading to Physical fitness & skill development ; – Promotes interest in activity outside classroom; – Above all making him / her Physically literate individual; • Ensure to have a curriculum led & activity-based PE & Sports Program; • Advocate for an annual evaluation of the above program;
  13. 13. Bouquet of Physical Education & Sports Solutions for Schools Presents
  14. 14. Vision : To Encourage & Inspire each & every child to be Physically Fit & to Play Sports. Mission: To impart “End to End Physical Education & Sports’ Solutions to K-12 Schools“ Objective: RSG program is designed to bring in the required physical and psychological strength among the children which enhances the self confidence and improves life skills. The objective of RSG is to Be-SPORTY in all walks of life. Building Blocks.. B E S P O R T Y Sports Passion Organised Life style Triggered Confidence Promote Life skills Resilient Mind & Body Yearn to Excel
  15. 15. About RSG A Professionally Competent PE Program that addresses:  An age appropriate Physical Education and Sports curriculum ;  Meets the critical needs of students, physical education teachers & parents to provide an enriching sports learning experience;  Program is Meticulously divided into session based modules, assessment reports, program tracking system, parent teacher modules to ensure smooth implementation of the program;  The curriculum is based on NASPE Standards (National Association of Sports & Physical Education, USA) & customized as per the Indian needs ;  Is Board generic – i.e is designed keeping in mind the physical education needs of the respective boards viz CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE, IB etc;
  16. 16. READY GO Ready Foundation (3 – 5 yrs) Ready Enrichment (6 – 8 yrs) Steady Leap (8 – 12 yrs) Steady Ascend (13+ yrs) After School training Programs are designed to help children take sports from Passion to Profession Aims to lay the basic foundation and bring in the required physical fitness awareness; Introduces basic sports awareness by exposure to multiple sports; Reinforces sports skills by providing the opportunity for age appropriate practice and to boost the interest in sport; Develop & Inculcate the sport proficiency with a yearn to compete; RSG – Portfolio…… NURTURE Customized Sports’ Specific Solutions for Schools . We impart the desired training for most of the frontline sports : STEADY
  17. 17.  The mental and physical fitness of a child analyzed using a fitness report card called the Health ScaleTM covering the following o Physical Fitness test o Skills and Technique test o Psychological and Social parameters o Expert’s Suggestion  It duly addresses the Nutrition needs of the child and aims to impart individual direction to each student (in due course);  Most Importantly – the aim is to enable a parent to understand if his/her ward’s growth is optimum Health Assessment Health ScaleTM Cardio Respiratory Endurance; Aerobic Capacity & threshold; Body Composition; Total Fat Percentage ; Lean Mass, Calcium Content Muscle Strength; Change in the strength Flexibility Of various muscles Muscle Endurance; Change in the Strength
  18. 18. For a nation that breathes Cricket
  19. 19. Cricket Education Program (CEP) Brand Ambassador – Brett Lee Brett Lee Ellyse Perry Alyssa Healy Mike Hussey Role Models CEP Children with Cricket Australia Team
  20. 20. ….let’s facilitate our Gen-next ….