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Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair
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Assessment & ICT in Physical Education- Andy Hair

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A look at assessment strategies, learning outcomes and ICT in physical education

A look at assessment strategies, learning outcomes and ICT in physical education

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  • 1. Assessment & ICT in PE Andy Hair & Bernie Holland 9th May 2014
  • 2. Overview of todays learning • Assessment & Planning • Personal Blogs • Google Docs- Add ons • Apps • The power of IDOCEO • Youtube/Interactive websites • Projectors/TVs/Stereos/Devices • iMovie • Exergaming • Social Media • My favourite devices • What does integration of ICT look like- • PRACTICAL TIME
  • 3. Who am I? • Physical Education Educator in Geelong, VIC • 20 years experience • Totally PE Founder • SSV Coordinator 11 years • ACHPER Presenter (IAC 12,13) • Member of #PEGEEKS online community • Technology Enthusiast • Find me online at: • @mrhairphysed • mrhairphysed.weebly.com • totallype.weebly.com
  • 4. Assessment & Planning • Learning intentions = assessment • How much do I assess? What is the main intent of the lesson. • How can I use ICT to make my assessment easier? • What comes next is my answer to meeting my assessment needs……..
  • 5. Effective planning in physical education = effective assessment • Effective Planning • Lesson Intentions • Assessment Items • Planning to use ICT in assessing
  • 6. www.achper.vic.edu.au What are the most important outcomes of a physical education program? • Can you articulate the key: • Skills • Knowledge • Behaviours • Attitudes • You want your students to leave your program with? • If yes – then you will know what to assess!!
  • 7. www.achper.vic.edu.au Planning: time to teach • Number of terms: 4 • Weeks per term: 9 • Time per lesson: ___ minutes • How many minutes/hours do you have to teach? • Suggested that it takes 540 minutes instructional time to develop EACH FMS • Time needed to develop concepts?
  • 8. www.achper.vic.edu.au Planning: time to teach • Based on application of concept on previous slide the number of assessable “tasks” can be defined and may be less than we first think! • We then need to identify what and how we will assess.
  • 9. Scaffolding your year Your overall school goal Prep One Two Three Four Five Six YEAR LEVEL GOALS
  • 10. SET YOUR GOALS KNOW WHAT YOU WANT TO ASSESS DEVELOP YOUR LESSONS
  • 11. www.achper.vic.edu.au Assessment “Assessment is the process of gathering and interpreting evidence of learning to make informed decisions about how well students are progressing.”
  • 12. www.achper.vic.edu.au Principles of Assessment • Assessment practices promote deeper understanding of learning processes by developing students capacity for self assessment. • Assessment is authentic –requiring students to apply their skills to real world challenges. • Students are involved in negotiating assessment to ensure a shared understanding of purpose, criteria and standards.
  • 13. www.achper.vic.edu.au Principles of Assessment • Assessment should be an ongoing part of teaching and learning • Students have access to ongoing constructive feedback that supports their learning. • Good assessment provides useful information to report credibly to parents on student achievement.
  • 14. www.achper.vic.edu.au Principles of Assessment • The primary purpose of assessment is to improve student learning. • Assessment practices are matched to the teaching and learning goals. • Assessment practices use a range of measures allowing students to demonstrate what they know and can do. • Assessment processes are valid, reliable and fair and cater for the range of students’ learning styles.
  • 15. www.achper.vic.edu.au Assessment of Learning (summative) definition Assessment of learning occurs when teachers use evidence of student learning to make judgements on student achievement against goals and standards.
  • 16. www.achper.vic.edu.au Assessment for Learning (formative) definition Assessment for learning occurs when teachers use inferences about student progress to inform their teaching.
  • 17. www.achper.vic.edu.au Assessment as Learning (formative) definition Assessment as learning occurs when students reflect on and monitor their progress to inform their future learning goals.
  • 18. Assessment Strategies • Checklists • Skills tests • Anecdotal records • Fitness tests • Tests • Assignments • Structured observation • Posters • Webquests • Video analysis • Skills/games analysis software • Rubrics • Role plays • Reflective writing • Interviews • Goal setting • Concept maps • Game analysis tools • Pedometers • Heart rate monitors • Ipods, mobile phones, flip cameras • Graphic organisers
  • 19. Let’s look at a lesson • Notice: • Learning Intentions vs Assessment outcomes
  • 20. Take 5 Let’s meet in the gym in 5 minutes
  • 21. We have looked at Assessment concepts in your lessons….. Now let’s examine what you can use with ICT to help foster this assessment…….
  • 22. Personal Blogs
  • 23. Some outstanding blogs • http://physedagogy.com/ Adam Howell • http://www.thepegeek.com/ Jarrod Robinson • http://www.thephysicaleducator.com/ Joey Feith • http://www.iphys-ed.com/ Nathan Horne • http://iteachpe.wordpress.com/ Blake Kampen • http://healthybodies-happyminds.com/ Ashlea Mills
  • 24. Team App Team App Direct link to parents Sends notifications to parents Set up calendars to sync with phones Personal, individual Create parent based one Create teacher based one Create District based one
  • 25. Google Docs- Saves time! • Google Forms • http://totallype.weebly.com/google- forms.html • Responses • Autocrat • Doctopus • Feedback is vital • Google Forms for assessment • 79 Ways to use Google Docs
  • 26. Online Docs for Collaboration • Phys Ed Team Building Adventures • Gymnastics Unit • PE Geeks Dropbox
  • 27. Google Apps • Chrome Apps- On chrome page • Gmail • Google Docs • Hangouts • Twitter • Clock • You Tube • DJ
  • 28. My favourite APPS Video Delay App Google Drive iMovie QR Reader GoPro Dice Roller Remote Weatherzone Plus+
  • 29. The power of IDOCEO • Click here to listen to Adam Metcalf (Avery Coonley School, IL, USA) • Live Assessment • Allows for conversations to take place • Instantly see who is achieving what level • Record, Assess and showcase your PE program
  • 30. www.What- Just a couple • Youtube- Just Dance, Just Dance kids • Fitness Blender • Educannon • Pinterest
  • 31. Projectors-TVs-Stereos-Apple TVs • What can you get your hands on and how can you use it? Old data projector • Cheap screens- Painted or Signs • TVs- 1 Big one or several smaller ones • Stereos- What can you use it for? What can you plug into it? • Itunes on laptop- Using Remote app on ipod or iPhone, or remote mouse to control mini lap from anywhere in your gym • Apple TVs
  • 32. Devices Polar H7- Something crazy
  • 33. iMovie • Making a trailer • Making a feature movie • Three minutes can make a difference • Slow Mo-Instant Replay- Black and White-flipped screen- picture in picture Click above to play
  • 34. QR Code/Reader • Check for understanding • Play, check, copy(action)- repeat • Sports Posters
  • 35. Exergaming • Wii • Xbox Play Station What is exergaming? Why is it an effective tool?
  • 36. XBOX
  • 37. Nintendo Wii
  • 38. Playstation
  • 39. Why is Twitter so important? • Connection • Collaboration • Conversation • Combination • Clarification • Showcase • Provide or look for inspiration • Look for feedback
  • 40. My favourite devices • iPad mini • Go Pro • iPhone • Fitbit • Garmin • Flip Cam • Wireless Headset • Soniq 32inch TV trolley • Xbox Kinect
  • 41. What does ICT integration into PE look like? Lets take a fitness session with Grade 5 • Teacher iPad- Class role, ongoing assessment, recording pics and photos • Students- iPad- Partner work and reflection • iPad- Fitness Blender • Go Pro- What can you do? • Xbox- Set up as a station for exergaming • Data Projector or TV- Set up for Just Dance station

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