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									              PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS—Elementary School
                      STUDENT GROWTH OBJECTIVES
DISTRICT GUIDELINES
All Physical Education Teachers—Elementary will write two objectives
       a. one objective focused on student growth within the course content area;
           and
       b. one objective focused on student growth within a specific unit in the content area;
           or
       c. one objective focused on student growth within a specific student subgroup (e.g., one class,
           one section of a class).

SAMPLE OBJECTIVES—FITNESS
80% of students who attend 85% of the time will improve at least 10% of their step count as measured by
a pedometer assessment.
80% of students who attend 85% of the time will improve at least 10% in the cardiovascular fitness as
measured by one of two assessments:
          o Pacer Test
          o 600 Yard Run Test
80% of students who attend 85% of the time will improve at least 10% in arm strength as measured by
one of two assessments:
           o Push-Up Test
           o Flexed Arm Hang Test
80% of students who attend 85% of the time will improve their core strength at least 10% as measured by
one of two assessments:
           o Sit-Up Test
           o Curl-Up Test

SAMPLE OBJECTIVES—SKILLS
80% of students who attend 85% of the time will improve at least 10% in locomotor skills as measured by
a locomotor skills assessment.
80% of students who attend 85% of the time will improve at least 10% in throwing accuracy skills as
measured by a throwing accuracy assessment.
80% of students who attend 85% of the time will improve at least 10% in their jump rope skills as
measured by a jump rope skills assessment.
80% of students who attend 85% of the time will improve at least 10% in hockey skills as measured by a
shooting accuracy assessment.

								
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