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The following tools have been designed to help you utilize PE2020 in your classroom. The links are basic lesson plans that you could use to implement PE2020. This is not the only way that it can or should be implemented, but simply a way for you to get started.
As more educators utilize and develop the PE2020 educational materials, this site will expand. Remember, the goal is to initiate discussion about the future of physical education in your classroom, as part of a larger national initiative.
Your final step in enacting the lesson plans is to submit the student responses and compare them to submissions by others around the country.
There is currently one lesson plan at each educational level designed to help get you started.
School context and student needs are continually changing, as such, teacher educators can use these materials to help preservice teachers develop a personal philosophy and refine advocacy skills. We hope that you share with your students how they can keep the PE2020 vision alive when they become teachers, but also give them opportunities to participate as well.
Participation in PE2020 provides an additional incentive to completing these tasks for coursework, as the students will get to compare their responses (philosophies, points of advocacy, videos) with a national audience of others preservice teachers. We have included some sample lesson plans at the collegiate level.
One lesson plan is geared towards non-majors, while the other two are targeted at Physical Education majors.
Your objective is not only to consider these timely questions, but also to contribute to a larger dialogue.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact us or see our FAQ page.