We are excited about your interest in taking this PE Course on Establishing Effective Protocols from PE Central. Below you will find a brief course description, the instructor's biography, and course FAQ's. We estimate that this course will take 4 hours to complete. Once you have completed it, you may request the 4 hours towards your teacher licensure recertification.
We know you will find this course valuable and enjoyable. If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com
Best of Luck!
Mark Manross, Executive Director, PE Central
We have designed this online course for K-12 physical education teachers. The course focus is on developing classroom management protocols that are crucial in creating an effective learning environment in physical education.
The purpose of this course is to describe effective classroom management techniques in K-12 physical education and enable teachers to apply this knowledge to their physical education classroom situations.
On completion of this course students will be able to:
This course addresses the following standard:
Standard 4: The physically literate individual exhibits responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others.
(SHAPE America (2014). National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education)
All reading materials are available to download in the form of PDF and video files from within the course module.
Video clips are provided that illustrate some of the classroom management protocols in action. Although these examples are from elementary physical education classes, the concept is the same for middle school and high school physical education.
To successfully complete this course, it will help if you have access to a physical education class or be able to describe a physical education class situation. You will create your own management protocols appropriate to your class situation.
Need to get your Professional Development Credits approved by administration? Download the course description to provide them here.
Marybell Avery received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before serving as Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Education and Exercise Sciences at Creighton University. She retired in 2015 after serving 21 years as curriculum specialist for health and physical education for Lincoln Public Schools in Lincoln, Nebraska. Her primary work focus is K-12 health and physical education curriculum, including professional development of teachers, instructional practice, assessment of student performance and program assessment. She enjoys golf, biking, walking, strength and aerobic training.