Report Cards for Physical Education: Katherine Gallegos Elementary (K-4)

Katherine Gallegos Elementary (K-4) Report Card

Note: This report card was used from 2000-2008. The supporting documents to create the report have changed.

This assessment framework is based on the below national and state Physical Education standards. You will find benchmarks listed for Kindergarten, First and Second Grade, and Third and Fourth Grade. The benchmarks are grouped this way to follow the model developed by the National Association for Sports and Physical Education (NASPE) in their Outcomes Project (1992).

This progressive framework addresses the standards, which help to determine if a child is Physically Educated (NASPE definition, 1990). The scope of the framework addresses the psychomotor, cognitive and affective domains of learning and is representative of the current holistic approach to teaching physical education. A physically educated person:

  • has the skills necessary to participate in a wide variety of physical activities.
  • is physically fit.
  • does participate regularly in physical activity.
  • knows the implications of and the benefits from involvement in physical activities.
  • values physical activity and its contributions to a healthful lifestyle.

Within this document, the reader will find benchmarks, and the accompanying performance indicators to assess the childs' progress. Each benchmark in the framework is comprised of specific performance criteria the children should know and be able to do as a result of Physical Education instruction. The rubric, which has been developed, is designed to quantify student performance. Readers will find B, N, M and + in the rubric. The B stands for beginning to meet the standard. N is nearing the standard. M is meeting he standard. + is exceeding the standard.

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