Standard 3: Planning and Instruction
Physical education teacher candidates plan and implement developmentally appropriate learning experiences aligned with local state, and national standards to address the diverse needs of all students.
Artifact: Lab D Packet from EDU 255
3.1: Design and implement short and long-term plans that are linked to program and instructional goals as well as a variety of students needs.
In EDU 255 for our Lab D my partner and I taught Sport Stacking, and we put together a packet with a block plan, task progression, and an end of the unit assessment.
Within the packet, the block plan goes over the warm-up, instant activity, lesson, assessment and closure over a twelve-day period. Within this packet there is a scope and sequence that can be found for grades K-12.
Being able to design both short and long-term plans with a variety of students needs in mind is important as a physical educator because preparation is key to being organized and a successful teacher. You need to always have lessons and units planned, as well assessments and challenges depending on the student's ability. Changes will always need to be made but being prepared everyday is one of the many things that makes a successful teacher.
Click here to view artifact 1, EDU 255 Lab D Packet
Click here to view scope and sequence of the Lab D Packet