Don’t worry, it’s not this bad. Source: http://adweek.blogs.com/adfreak/2010/06/inhumane-experiments-lead-to-pretzel-mms.html
Quick Definition Recognize when you need information Know where & how to look for information Know how to evaluate what you find Use information both effectively & ethically
Why is this a big deal? General Education Requirement NEASC Embedded Model Individual Faculty Whole Departments
Why does it effect you? “Traditional” IL vs. PE outcomes IL outside of the box If we can do it in PEAC/PEPC classes, we can do it anywhere!
Example: Basketball Course Objective: “Explain the origins of the game and cite major events and people that have contributed to its history.” Possible Source: Encyclopedia of Recreation & Leisure in America Possible Activities Read essay & write reflection paper Pick specific topic for more research IL Standards 1.2 - Identify key terms 1.3 - Locate and retrieve resources 3.1 - Evaluate information
Example: Yoga Course Objective “Develop the ability to teach a variety of yoga poses in progression.” Possible Source Sport Discus Possible Activities Research specific pose Find an additional pose to introduce to the class IL Standards 1.2 - Identify key terms 1.3 - Locate and retrieve resources 2.4 - Understand Boolean logic
Example: Tennis Course Objective “Demonstrate w/proper skill cues the forehand, backhand, serve, volley, lob, and overhead strokes.” Possible Source YouTube Possible Activities Critique video Identify useful training techniques IL Standards 1.2 - Identify key terms 1.3 - Locate and retrieve resources 5.3 - Demonstrate understanding of plagiarism
Other Examples Watch a movie on a sport and write a reflection paper Evaluate a specific sport site e.g. NLF.com Build a skills guide using wiki software Others?
Remember, it’s not this bad! Source: http://adweek.blogs.com/adfreak/2010/06/inhumane-experiments-lead-to-pretzel-mms.html
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