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Technology in Physical & Health Education


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Technology in Physical & Health Education

  1. 1. Technology in Health and Physical Education (Bonot, Cruz, Deus)
  2. 2. Issues and problems in PhysicalEducation and Health Education
  3. 3. Physical InactivityWhat we need to do:• Motivates students to increase levels of physical activity• Engaging activities• Active Software: Dance Dance revolution n_jpg1.jpg
  4. 4. Instructional Time for Health and Physical Education• Lesser emphasis• Technology  more hands-on, visual learning, motivation Ex. Technology In The PE Classroom (XRKADE video)• Lesson integration
  5. 5. Accuracy of Health and Physical Education Resources• Top ten websites for P.E. & H.E. n-websites-physical-health-education/
  6. 6. Addressing the Standards• Health Literacy  focus of health ed.• Competency to use information to enhance health• Sharing of successful standards-based curricula
  7. 7. Handling Controversial Health Issues• Another “challenge”• Technology resources  provide valuable insight (e.g. videos)HIV/AIDS
  8. 8. Technology Integration Strategies for Physical Education
  9. 9. Supporting improved fitness• devices help analyze, monitor and improve fitness• fitness - good physical condition; being in shape or in condition
  10. 10. Heart watches – monitor heart rate as a students work toward fitness goals
  11. 11. Body composition analyzers • Determine the percent of body fat
  12. 12. Pedometer monitor the number of steps one takes
  13. 13. AccelerometersCount burned calories
  14. 14. Spirometer• Measures lung volume
  15. 15. Students can be put in charge of their ownlearning with development of fitness goals and plans
  16. 16. Through five areas of health related fitness:• Flexibility• Muscular strength• Muscular endurance• Body composition• Cardiorespiratory endurance
  17. 17. • The electronic portfolio of the software allows students to enter fitness plans, exercises, drawings or video clips, journal entries, caloric input/output and fitness scores which will be analyzed by the software.
  18. 18. Nutritional analysis programs• To analyze calorie intake and monitor portions of required food group
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  20. 20. Developing and improving motor skill performance• Display model performances• Supports self-analysis and monitoring of improvement• Gives students visual feedback on performances• Helps teachers organize data collection and report on students’ progress
  21. 21. Sample Resources• Instructional broadcasts on motor skills (• Video cameras• Biomechanical analysis programs (SportsCAD Motion Analysis)
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  23. 23. • For Professional Instructors and Coaches - students will have better understanding of what you are trying to convey - can keep their motions on file for future comparison• For Parents - chance to learn enough about your Childs sport and talk about it with your child and his coach - tool to become interactive in your Child’s sport development• For you Athletes interested in maximum performance in specific sport - no better way than to "model" the motions of the best(homepage of SportsCAD)
  24. 24. Shaping student’s beliefs and interaction related to physical activity
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  28. 28. Technology Integration Strategies to Health Education
  29. 29. 1. Helping students assess and enhance physical health• BMI calculator• Chrono-Geno Nutrition Diet
  30. 30. 2. Helping students obtain valid information•• WebMD
  31. 31. 3. Influencing health behaviors• MyFitnesspal• Centers for Disease and Control Prevention
  32. 32. 4.Supporting interdisciplinary instructions
  33. 33. Technology in Physical Education• Tracker
  34. 34. Technology in Physical Education• Quintic
  35. 35. Technology in Physical Education• Kinovea
  36. 36. Technology in Health Education
  37. 37. Blood pressure devices• Sphygmomanometer
  38. 38. BIA• Bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) - a method used for estimating body composition, and in particular body fat
  39. 39. Heart rate monitors• Heart watches
  40. 40. • Electrocardiography - test records the electrical activity of the heart - used to measure the rate and regularity of heartbeats, as well as the size and position of the chambers
  41. 41. Pedometer monitor the number of steps one takes
  42. 42. Technology in Physical & Health Education by Bonot, Cruz and Deus is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Philippines License