Thursday, December 11, 2008
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
After doing some good ol fashioned YouTube searching for PE material, I came across this video that truely fits what Professor Yang has brought to our attention as growing PE teachers. This video shows all the important technology we have experienced this semester through 255, 434 and other classes. It is great to see how much younger students enjoy these activities and how we will certainly be using technology for future lessons!
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Monday, December 1, 2008
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
If we all work as a team, we can help each other become the best physical educators SUNY CORTLAND has seen!!!
(Thought I would share with everyone, one of my absolute favorite images! As I have gone skydiving a couple times, I would put it under the label of "ExtremePE" :) )
It has been a long time coming, but they're finally here! A look into the paperwork side of Physical Education, and a few forms from Part 1 and Part 2 of Tinikling!
Tinikling Part 1 Time Coding Form
Tinikling Part 1 Feedback Analysis
Tinikling Part 2 Transcript
TINIKLING LESSON PLAN
I definitely enjoyed teaching Tinikling and hope the class did as well! Please refer down to my reflection post on day 2 of Tinikling!
(Hey, I could get the hang of this GOOGLEdocs thing! Maybe use it for other classes as well!)
Friday, November 14, 2008
This lesson was very creative and had plenty of technology! The use of the cell phones, heart rate monitors, pedometers and now the blogs, certainly implies tons of technology. All 3 domains were hit, I enjoyed making our own flag in the beginning to establish our team creativity and symbol. The explorers were a great idea (nice hat Freddie!), but the information and visual aids for the explorers definitely could have been larger. What I take from this lesson was the idea of cell phones for scavenger hunt clues, with the popularity of cell phones it would be great to use them for fun for a lesson. The bad part about the cell phone use is due to all the messages going to one phone, it took much longer to get the clues out, which cuts out on some activity. We were definitely active throughout the whole hunt, running from the field house to the stadium and back got our hearts pumping! This was a very active lesson, gave us knowledge on explorers and had some creativity, I most definitely will keep this set up for a lesson in mind for future lessons.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Here is an example of Tinikling: