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In “Quality PE” classes:
Lisa Rakoz, Program Supervisor for Health and Fitness Education in the Washington Office for the Superintendent of Public Instruction, conducts Quality PE workshops around the state on assessments, instructional strategies, implementation of the health and fitness standards, and appropriate practices for quality health and fitness education.
In "Quality PE," teachers use appropriate practices to form teams quickly and efficiently. This is different from the time-consuming practice of letting team captains choose members, which can make children selected last feel left out,
Trainings are free and provide clock hours for teachers. They focus on health and fitness standards and assessments, as well as appropriate PE practices.
To find out where OSPI will offer workshops in 2011, bookmark this page.
Office for the Superintendent of Public Education
OSPI 22 Health and Fitness AssessmentsNational Association for Sport and
Physical Education (NASPE)
Appropriate Uses of Fitness Measurement [pdf]
Eligibility Criteria for Adapted Physical Education Services, 2010 [pdf]
Physical Activity Used as Punishment and/or Behavior Management, 2009 [pdf]
A Philosophical Position on Physical Activity and Fitness for Physical Activity Professionals, 2009 [pdf]
NASPE Code of Ethics for Professionals in Higher Education, 2009 [pdf]
Appropriate Use of Instructional Technology in Physical Education, 2009 [pdf]
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