Health and Physical Activity Institute
Dr. Susan Nye
As Deb Tackmann said
William Glasser once said: “We learn…
10% of what we read
20% of what we hear
30% of what we see
50% of what we see and hear
70% of what we experience with others
80% of what we experience personally
and 95% of what we teach someone else.
A student centered approach that focuses on
empirically measuring student performance,
which are called outcomes.
Students must demonstrate that they have
learned the required skills and content.
300-500repetitions (Schmidt & Wrisberg,
1991) to develop a new motor pattern and
burn into muscle memory
3000-5000repetitions to erase and correct a
bad motor pattern
1. Students must have Choice
2. The outcome(s) must be Meaningful
and Valuable to the students
Outcome: To run a 5k road
What do the students have to know and be
able to do to be successful with this
Psychomotor (example for 5k outcome)
Biomechanics of running ( form, running up
hill and down hill, different surfaces)
How to breathe when running?
Apply FITT principle and or other principles
of training (overload, progression, etc.)
Plan, implement, evaluate and modify
personal fitness plan
LR vs tempo, vs speed vs intervals
Warm-up / Cool Down
Mental and Physical Competencies
Example for 5k outcome
Goal setting / monitoring process (use of
Benefits of performing an aerobic activity
Common running injuries (side stitch, IT band
syndrome, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, arch pain,
Common issues for beginning runners (feeling out
of breathe, face turning red, why is my stomach
When does running become easier?
Nutrition and Hydration
Clothing (socks, shoes, running attire)
Physiological and psychological benefits
Example for a 5k outcome
Running alone or with a buddy
Road /Race etiquette
Accepting different characteristics of
others (running speed, etc.) – understand
similarities and differences of others
Running a 5k event
What objective data will be collected?
What cognitive, affective, and psychomotor
assessments will be gathered?
Personal fitness plan
What are the components?
What will be collected daily/weekly to created
the culminating experience?
Progression using Bloom’s Taxonomy for content,
activities, and experiences
Create mile markers to guide progress
Use formative and authentic assessments
Lessons use a variety of teaching styles
Lessons guide progress
Lessons are detailed plans to reach the desired
Lessons contain opportunities and experiences to
aid in student learning and success
Lessons are infused with assessments to measure
Without lesson plans, a teacher has no idea what
the students will be learning or the progress
students are making.
Creating tee shirts
How can you make
physical education content