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Physical Education Digital Library K-5

Physical Education Digital Library K-5

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$62.95 CAD

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    When students enter middle school, they must have a strong foundation of physical education skills and concepts ready to be applied. With the Physical Education Digital Library K-5, you have everything you need, gathered in one place, to ensure that every child you teach has that foundation.

    This digital package provides a complete elementary physical education program that is delivered online and easily accessed from your desktop, laptop, or mobile device. Easy to navigate, it offers more than 200 new lesson plans encompassing progression cues that help teach skill development. The lesson plans include hundreds of proven activities and assessments developed over the years by leading publisher Human Kinetics and aligned to the specific standards and grade-level outcomes set by SHAPE America, the national association for health and physical education. This resource will help you meet the standards and outcomes without having to build a program from scratch.

    The lesson plans are divided into units of study that are aligned with standards 1, 2, and 3, which build student competence in fundamental movements and physical activity and fitness concepts. They are backward mapped to SHAPE America exit outcomes, which serve as developmental milestones on the road to student mastery of concepts and skills. The exit outcomes also create grade-level scaffolding that adds scope and sequence to your instruction. Standards 4 and 5 are addressed by secondary objectives—including teamwork, cooperation, and classroom rules and regulations—enabling you to promote student inquiry and develop relationships with students.

    Simply sign in to the website to access the library. You can browse lesson plans by standard, grade, skill type, and topic; download activities and assessments on demand; and print them for immediate use in your classroom. With a mobile device and web access, you can take the entire library into the gym, the multipurpose room, outdoors, or anywhere you need to deliver lessons. Spend less time preparing and more time teaching.

    The Physical Education Digital Library K-5 offers special features that physical educators can use throughout the year:

    • Many types of assessments of both student performance and quality of teaching
    • Reporting tools for tracking student progress throughout the year that can be sent home with report cards to build strong parent–teacher relationships
    • Simple templates for planning the year’s instruction while meeting the needs of your school system and time requirements


    As more and more education and instruction are delivered on the web, the Physical Education Digital Library K-5 offers physical educators the kind of content they want in a way that makes it easy to use with today’s technology. Designed to adapt your changing needs, it will take you throughout this school year and the years to come as you meet the challenge of offering exciting learning experiences that create competent, confident, and physically literate students.


    About the Author

    Richard A. Wiles Jr. is a physical education teacher at Severna Park Elementary in Severna Park, Maryland. He also serves on the Anne Arundel County Public Schools elementary physical education curriculum writing team and Common Core Standards STEM committee and was the primary author of fifth grade and second grade band level assessments for physical education. Rich has presented at numerous conventions on electronic curriculum, teaching physical education with technology, and other topics. He earned a bachelor of science degree in physical education from Salisbury University and is completing a master of education degree in school improvement leadership from Goucher College. Rich is a member of SHAPE America (Society of Health and Physical Educators).

    Judith N. Schmid has been an elementary-level physical educator since 1985. Her background includes roles as head coach of a swim team, aquatic director and swim instructor, and continuing education instructor. She has served on the curriculum writing committee for Anne Arundel County Public Schools for four years and was a contributing author of fifth grade and second grade band level assessments for physical education. An award-wining teacher, she earned a bachelor of science degree in physical education and health education from Slippery Rock University and a master of science degree in kinesiology, physical education teacher education from Towson University. She earned National Board certification in 2004. Judy is a member of SHAPE America (Society of Health and Physical Educators).

    Reviews

    “The Physical Education Digital Library is absolutely game-changing when it comes to physical education.”

    Phys Ed Review

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    “Rich Wiles and Judy Schmid knocked it out of the park when they created this resource.”

    Technology in Physical Education