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  • 1. IL + You = great class!
  • 2. Don’t worry, it’s not this bad.
    Source: http://adweek.blogs.com/adfreak/2010/06/inhumane-experiments-lead-to-pretzel-mms.html
  • 3. 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
  • 4. Why is this a big deal?
    General Education Requirement
    NEASC
    Embedded Model
    Individual Faculty
    Whole Departments
  • 5. 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!
  • 6. 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
  • 7. 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
  • 8. 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
  • 9. 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?
  • 10. Remember, it’s not this bad!
    Source: http://adweek.blogs.com/adfreak/2010/06/inhumane-experiments-lead-to-pretzel-mms.html
  • 11. Thanks!
    Gary Atwood
    413-748 – 3504
    gatwood@spfldcol.edu