This microcredential represents educators' effective and consistent classroom management to support physical education. Classroom management techniques need to be an intentional part of each lesson.
This microcredential fulfills one of the requirements of a pathway for endorsement. Click the More Info button to learn more.
To earn this microcredential you will need to collect and submit two sets of evidence demonstrating your classroom management techniques during your physical education instruction. You will also complete a written or video reflective analysis.
When planning your classroom management, the following factors should be considered:
Taking attendance, supervising the locker room, warming up, etc.Class management techniques :
class expectations during instruction, grouping for skill development, teams for equalityTeaching style :
which style fits the lesson best (direct style, task style, mastery learning style, individualized style, cooperative learning style, guided discovery style, problem solving style, exploration style)
This microcredential is designed to assist in the planning part of teaching physical education. Lesson plans ensure the implementation of a quality lesson. Pre Instructional decisions, starting with a personal philosophy and then determining how the lesson will be presented are key. Planning will also involve designing and implementing lesson plans that are both flexible and meaningful. Classroom management techniques need to be an intentional part of each lesson.
Submit the evidence below to demonstrate your effective planning for classroom management to support physical education instruction.
Submit two lesson plans aligned to two different standards from the Core Standards for Physical Education. Each of these lesson plans should include detailed explanations of the classroom instructional techniques that you use. The two different lesson plans should demonstrate your ability to use a range of classroom management techniques and adapt them to specific learning content, students, situations, and locations.
Use the lesson plan template included in the Resources section for your lesson plans.
Submit the evidence below to demonstrate your effective and consistent implementation of classroom management to support physical education in a range different situations.
Submit two videos of your instruction using the two lesson plans submitted as evidence of preparation and planning. These videos should demonstrate your ability to use a range classroom management techniques adapted to a different content, students, situations, and locations. Each video should be about 3-5 minutes in length, and can include edited clips from lessons with different groups of students. Be sure to follow your district/charter guidelines for student privacy.
Be sure your videos are in a common video file format (.mp4, .mov, .wmv, .avi). If you share a link to your videos (Google Drive, etc.), be sure the sharing options are set to allow the reviewers to access it.
Criterion 1: Evidence demonstrates effective and consistent classroom management planning appropriate for specific content, learners, and context.
Criterion 2: Evidence demonstrates effective and consistent use of classroom management appropriate for specific content, learners, and context.
Describe how you developed your classroom management techniques and style. What are the goals and outcomes of your management?
Discuss how your students benefit from your classroom management. How do you know?
Describe how you adapt your classroom management for some of the different situations you encounter in your teaching practice.
Criterion 1: Reflection demonstrates a well-developed classroom management style with a range of different techniques.
Criterion 2: Reflection demonstrates the ability to adapt classroom management for a range of different situations, students, and contexts.
This document contains the core standards for Physical Education k-12 for the state of Utah.
You may download and use this template to complete the Preparation and Planning requirements.
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