Section I. Exploring the National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes Chapter 1. Developing a Curriculum Framework Key Changes to the Standards Guiding Research Application of Findings Chapter 2. National Standards for K-12 Physical Education Reading the Grade-Level Outcomes Chapter 3. Elementary School-Level Outcomes (K-Grade 5) Guidance for Using Elementary School Outcomes Critical Elements Grade-Level Outcomes for Elementary School Chapter 4. Middle School-Level Outcomes (Grades 6-8) Guidance for Using Middle School Outcomes Grade-Level Outcomes for Middle School (Grades 6-8) Operational Definitions of Activity Categories Chapter 5. High School-Level Outcomes (Grades 9-12) Guidance for Using High School Outcomes Outcomes for High School (Grades 9-12) Operational Definitions of Activity Categories Section II. Implementing the Outcomes Chapter 6. Outcomes Skills & Knowledge Across Grade Levels Scope & Sequence for K-12 Physical Education Chapter 7. Teaching for Content and Skill Mastery Defining Deliberate Practice The Role of Feedback and Deliberate Practice Creating a Mastery Climate Summary Chapter 8. Evidence of Student Learning The Goal of Assessment Guidelines for Developing Assessments Summary Chapter 9. Resources for Teaching the Standards & Outcomes Using Technology to Teach the Standards & Outcomes Choosing the Right Technology Summary SHAPE America Resources for Teaching to the Standards & Outcomes About the Chapter 9 Contributors
SHAPE America -- Society of Health and Physical Educators (formerly AAHPERD) -- is the largest organization of physical educators in the country, with close to 20,000 members. SHAPE America created the first-ever K-12 physical education national standards; developed the Let's Move in School public awareness campaign to increase physical activity before, during, and after school; and originated the Shape of the Nation Report, which reviews the status of physical education across the United States. Among its many partners, SHAPE America works with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, the American Heart Association, The Cooper Institute, First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! initiative, and the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition.