PSA Sports Presentation 28/11/2011

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PTIS International School's Athletics Director Mike Galligan's Sports presentation at the 28/11/2011 PSA Meeting

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PSA Sports Presentation 28/11/2011

  1. 1. Understanding HPE, Sports, Academies and other activities in our community. Junior School Physical Education Senior School Health/Physical Education Panthers Competitive Sports Exploria After-School Activities Traidos Three Generation Sports Academies 28 November 2011INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  2. 2. Our goals today are to: 1. Provide information about how the different programs are organized, supported and implemented. 2. Describe how programs are related to and different from one another. 3. Provide a forum for questions and answers.INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  3. 3. PTIS Junior School Physical Education “Working towards life long health”INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  4. 4. What the PYP believes about PSPE* •  PSPE in the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) is concerned with the individual’s well-being through the promotion and development of concepts, knowledge, attitudes and skills that contribute to this well- being. (first sentence) •  “participation in an active, healthy lifestyle” •  3 PSPE Strands: Identity, Interactions, Active living •  6 PYP PE Strands: Health-related activities, Body control and spatial awareness, Athletic activities, Games, Movement to music, Adventure challenge *PSPE = personal, social and physical educationINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  5. 5. Physical Education at PTIS •  Our motto sums it up: Working towards lifelong health •  How this is done in JS PE: •  Teambuilding, problem solving, pro-social activities •  Exposure to MANY different activities (not just “the big sports”) •  Development of transferrable skills (both physical and social)INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  6. 6. How PE is changing (in the PYP) Increased emphasis on: Decreased emphasis on: learning that focuses on students skill acquisition, a game or a sport constructing meaning, and as an end in itself expanding and deepening their knowledge of concepts and their understanding of the world PE teachers viewed as PYP PE teachers seen as solely single- teachers subject teachers skills learned, practiced and skills learned and practiced applied in the context of inquiry isolationINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  7. 7. How PE is changing (in the PYP) Increased emphasis on: Decreased emphasis on: rigorous activities directly linked to activities of superficial value; the concepts and the driving activities that are included only questions of the inquiry because they are fun development of cooperative skills acquisition of physical skills engaging students at their own level activities favoring skilled students assessment/achievement based on assessment/achievement based on learner profiles and attitudes skill levelINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  8. 8. PTIS Junior School PE units and activities Adventure Challenges Reaction ball game Tree-branch rearrangement game Human Knot And others… Individual Pursuits Swimming skills: strokes, floating, going under water, diving Water games: kayaks, water polo Yoga, DanceINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  9. 9. PTIS Junior School PE units and activities Games & Health-Related Fitness Cardiorespiratory fitness & flexibility Foot Skills Soccer/Football skills and games Throwing/catching Team handball Frisbee (frisbee bocce, ultimate frisbee) Newcomb (leads into volleyball as well) Hand striking Volleyball Striking with Implements Floor hockey Field hockey Badminton Pickleball Track & FieldINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  10. 10. PE links to classroom Units of Inquiry (UOIs) •  Teambuilding games linked with “how we organize ourselves” and “how we express ourselves” •  Teamwork and identity as a group member linked with “who we are” and “how we organize ourselves” •  Early Years 1/2/3 dances and creative movements linked to “how we express ourselves” •  Grade 1 create-your-own-game activities ties to “how the world works”INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  11. 11. PTIS Senior School Health and Physical Education “Working towards life long health”INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  12. 12. Physical Education Trends Traditional Modern · Physical fitness · Major (Achievable by all – · Health-related physical fitness easily evaluated) · Skill development Physical activity · Development of Healthy eating habits sports competencies, Attitudes toward physical activity i.e., PE for athletes · Minor (Genetically controlled and/or · Improvement of competitive difficult to evaluate) sports programs Physical fitness Skill development Character developmentINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  13. 13. MYP Physical Education Aims • an appreciation and understanding of the value of physical education and its relationship to a healthy, balanced lifestyle • an interest in the promotion of health and wellness • the motivation to participate fully in all aspects of physical education • their optimal level of physical fitness • effective communication strategies, verbal, non-verbal and written • the skills and understanding necessary to participate successfully in a variety of physical activities, for example, learning, practicing, refining, adapting, thinking, interacting • the ability to reflect critically on all aspects of physical education, including being a critical performer • an understanding of international perspectives on physical activity, sport and health education • a lifelong interest in and enjoyment of physical activities as a participant.INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  14. 14. MYP Physical Education Language appreciation understanding healthy, balanced lifestyle interest health and wellness motivation to participate fully communication strategies participate successfully in a variety of physical activities reflect critically understanding of international perspectives a lifelong interest in and enjoymentINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  15. 15. Our philosophy and the curriculum in action “Working towards lifelong health” Physical activity is valued for educational and health purposes Physical activity is for all Exposure to a wide range of activities Students are given choice Differentiation in feedback and activities for abilities Emphasis on healthy decisionsINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  16. 16. MYP Physical Education Objectives A. Use of knowledge B. Movement composition C. Performance D. Social skills and personal engagementINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  17. 17. PTIS MYP Health and Physical Education Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Anatomy Concept of Fitness First Aid Personal Fitness Skill Acquisition Aquatics Theory History of Sports Athletics Theory Sports Drills/Coaching Principles of Training Warming Up Athletics Theory Things we put into our body Things we put into our body Things we put into our body (Hard A Things we put into our body Things we put into our body (Alcohol) (Soft drugs) Drugs) (Smoking) (Nutrition) Growth and Development Growth and Development Growth and Development Growth and Development Growth and Development (Relationships) (STDs) (Contraception) (Puberty) (Hygiene) Movement Composition Movement Composition Movement Composition Movement Composition Movement Composition B Gymnastics Gymnastics Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Hitting and Striking Hitting and Striking Hitting and Striking Hitting and Striking Hitting and Striking Rounders Rounders Hockey Hockey Cricket Cricket Softball Softball Softball Softball Cricket Invasion Games Invasion Games Invasion Games Invasion Games Ultimate Frisbee Netball Invasion Games Football Student Choice Netball Basketball Touch Rugby Basketball Basketball Football Flag Football Ultimate Frisbee Net Games Football Ultimate Frisbee Basketball Lacrosse Volleyball Handball Student Choice Net Games Net Games Net Games Australian Rules C Volleyball Volleyball Volleyball Aquatics Table Tennis Table Tennis Badminton Net Games Stroke Technique Badminton Badminton Volleyball Life Saving Aquatics Badminton Aquatics Aquatics Stroke Technique Others Stroke Technique Stroke Technique Life Saving Aquatics Athletics Life Saving Aquatic Games Stroke Technique Others Aquatic Games Others Others Athletics Athletics Athletics Others Athletics All B and C Activities All B and C Activities All B and C Activities All B and C Activities All B and C Activities D Traditional Games Novel Sports INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  18. 18. BTEC Diploma in Sports (Development, Coaching and Fitness) Grade 11 Grade 12 · The Physiology of Fitness · Principles of Anatomy and Physiology · Fitness Training and Programming · Sports Coaching · Fitness Testing for Sport and Exercise · Sports Development · Sports Nutrition · Rules, Regulations and Officiating in Sport · Organising Sports Events · Practical Team Sports · Practical Individual Sports · Sports Injuries · Sports Injuries · Assessing Risk in Sport · Assessing Risk in Sport · Organising Sports EventsINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
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  20. 20. Goals: 1. Encourage athletes to have fun and enjoy sports 2. Help athletes prepare and participate to their highest level of ability 3. Promote self-control, discipline, tolerance and fair play 4. Teach cooperation and teamwork 5. Instill respect of opponents, coaches, and referees 6. Expose students to a healthy competitive environment 7. Be safe and avoid injury at all costs 8. Allow athletics to reinforce the mission and philosophy of PTIS Philosophy: 1. No cuts – everyone makes the team providing they adhere to all team rules 2. Strong emphasis on fundamentals, skills work and maximizing potential 3. Healthy balance between the concepts of winning and sportsmanship 4. Very strong emphasis on effort, attitude, character building and self-esteemINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  21. 21. The sports we participate in here in Chiang Mai include: Season 1 Season 3 Season 4 Badminton Basketball Futsal Volleyball Track & Field Junior Swimming Senior Swimming Table Tennis Tennis Season 2 Ultimate Frisbee Football Cross CountryINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  22. 22. The Chiang Mai Athletics Conference (CMAC) is made up of seven international schools in Chiang Mai that have banded together to provide competitive sports opportunities for our students in an organized, comprehensive manner. There are about a dozen individual and team sports seasons that run at different times during the school year, which often include regular-season inter-school competitions and always an end-of-the season CMAC Tournament or Meet. These teams are “school teams” and are coached predominantly by teachers.INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  23. 23. CMAC Sports Teams Coaches: • All volunteers • Total of 20 coaches involved with teams (17 teachers, 3 parents) • Recruited and organized each April/May for the coming school year, through personal conversations and email • Made up of mainly of returning and new teachers • About 33 different teams organized each yearINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  24. 24. Sports teams are organized different waysINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  25. 25. Why is there a perceived lack of enthusiasm among sports teams? Possible reasons: • Significant demands of MYP and IB programs • Family background and/or cultural views place less emphasis on sports • More and more time spent with online social networks and online gaming • Students find it difficult to balance social life with sports Ultimately, there must be a three-way partnership between: 1. school / teachers / coaches 2. parents / home life 3. students’ personal responsibilityINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  26. 26. CommunicationsINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  27. 27. The philosophy of the program is to provide opportunities for students do something they are passionate about or to try new things through activities that have links to classroom learning and several curricular frameworks: the PYP, the MYP and CAS. Activities are active, creative or academic in nature. Every teacher (about 56 total) must do the equivalent of one one-hour after-school activity every term. This is monitored and tracked by the Activities Director.INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  28. 28. • for Junior School, there are usually about a dozen activities per term• approximately a balanced mixture of active, academic and artistic activities• for Senior School, usually about 32 activities per term• a balanced mixture of service learning, active, academic and creative activitiesINTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
  29. 29. As activities director, I constantly monitor student interests through observation and a friendly “open-door” policy. I survey teachers each term about activities they would like to offer, sometimes based on feedback from students. In the Senior School, 11th and 12th graders are encouraged to co-lead activities with adult supervisors. Ultimately, I try to bring together the interests and passions of the teachers with what we think the students are most interested in.INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Building community through partnerships.!
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