Regardless of skill or confidence level, your students will learn how to get children to work together, support each other, and gain competence in sport and fitness skills so that they can stay moving now and throughout their lifetime.
Setting Up Team Practices That Address Both Techniques and Tactics
When learning to play a sport, practices should mirror the conditions of the game as much as possible (e.g., either a modified form of the game or the parent game depending on the previous experiences of the students) and provide students with maximum opportunities to actively engage in the activity (Launder, 2001).
Outcomes Related to National Physical Activity Goals
In the last two decades, the promotion of physical activity has emerged as a primary outcome variable for all school physical education programs. Thus, they apply to any physical education program, regardless of its curricular orientation.
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This new edition of Complete Guide to Sport Education contains everything your students need to get—and keep—children active. Regardless of skill or confidence level, your students will learn how to get children to work together, support each other, and gain competence in sport and fitness skills so that they can stay moving now and throughout their lifetime. The Sport Education model is appropriate for various dance forms and recreational activities such as swimming, weightlifting, and other fitness programs such as aerobic routines and hiking.
The text for this groundbreaking Sport Education curricular model has expanded to 12 chapters, is updated throughout, and offers even more practical examples and real-world applications from both elementary and secondary levels:
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Review of the findings from more than 50 research studies that examine the efficacies of the Sport Education model
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A few examples of new resources include a series of team practice cards that teachers and team coaches can use to plan practices, and templates that allow teachers to choose among several game-play performance indicators (techniques and tactics, rules and strategies, fair play, and so on). The resources make it easy for professors to use this text in college methods and curriculum courses.
Authors Daryl Siedentop, Peter Hastie, and Hans van der Mars provide a perfect blend of rock-solid theory and practical application for a wealth of games, sports, and fitness activities. Through their Sport Education model, children quickly become involved in all aspects of a sport or activity, learning skills, sportsmanship, and responsibility. The curriculum helps students develop as leaders and as team players. And as they learn to become true players and performers, they become more competent and confident—thus leading to the likelihood that they will continue being active after school, on weekends, and as they grow.
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Sport Education: Then and Now
Chapter 1. Key Features of the Sport Education Model Chapter 2. Sport Education Curriculum and Instruction Strategies Chapter 3. Class Management and Behavior Development Chapter 4. Identifying and Selecting Season Outcomes Chapter 5. Designing Seasons to Accomplish Outcomes Chapter 6. Modifying Games and Activities Chapter 7. Designing Competition Formats Chapter 8. Defining Student Roles Chapter 9. Selecting Teams and Coaches Chapter 10. Making Sport Education Festive Chapter 11. Assessment in Sport Education Chapter 12. Integrating Academic Goals With Sport Education
About the Authors
Primary text for teaching sport education courses or related
games-teaching courses. Supplemental text for physical education methods
or curriculum courses. Reference for K-12 physical education teachers.
Daryl Siedentop, PED, is a professor emeritus at Ohio State
University. He created the Sport Education model in the 1980s and
published his first book on the subject, Sport Education, in 1994. He is
also the author of several books on physical education, curriculum
planning, and sport coaching.
Dr. Siedentop earned the 1984 International Olympic Committee President
Prize (Samaranch Award) for work in sport pedagogy. He is a fellow of
the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education and has
received numerous awards, including the Distinguished Alumni Award from
Hope College in 1991; the American Alliance for Physical Education,
Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) Alliance Scholar Award in 1994; the
National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) Curriculum
and Instruction Academy Honor Award in 1994; the School of HPER
Distinguished Alumni Award from Indiana University in 1996; and the
AAHPERD Research Consortium McCloy Award in 1998. In his spare time, Dr.
Siedentop enjoys playing golf, exercising, and reading.
Peter Hastie, PhD, is a professor in the department of
kinesiology at Auburn University and has conducted numerous seasons of
Sport Education in schools. He has also published more than 20 papers on
the topic. He completed the first series of empirical studies on the
Sport Education model and presented a keynote speech on the topic at the
2000 Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress. Dr. Hastie is a member of AAHPERD
and the International Association for Physical Education in Higher
Education (AIESEP). He enjoys traveling and working with teachers across
the globe in their quest to develop high-quality physical education.
Dr. Hans van der Mars, PhD, is a professor of physical education
at Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. He also
taught at the University of Maine and Oregon State University. He has
coauthored over 60 research and professional papers and several book
chapters. Dr. van der Mars has published extensively on teaching and
teacher education in physical education and made more than 100
presentations on teacher education topics at conferences and
professional workshops. His work has appeared in numerous research and
professional journals, and he also coedited the Journal of Teaching in
Physical Education. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Joanne, and
daughter, Katelyn, playing golf, exercising, and following his beloved
New York Mets.
Supplementary Instructional Materials
All ancillary materials for this text are FREE to course adopters and available online at www.HumanKinetics.com/CompleteGuideToSportEducation. Instructor guide. The instructor guide contains objectives, outlines, and overviews for each chapter in the book. You will also find a sample syllabus and course design considerations as well as course assignments. Presentation package. The presentation package includes approximately 300 PowerPoint slides that highlight prominent material from the book. Online resource. The online resource includes all the materials you need in order to do Sport Education. You will find contracts, pledges, team practice cards, role cards, awards, team binders, and planning and assessment resources. Test package. The test package includes short-answer questions for each chapter in the book.