The Titan Way

Physical Education Assessment




 

Applies
Effectively acquires and applies skills with proficiency in a variety of movements in individual and group settings.

Adapts
Has a willingness to attempt and try multiple activities in a variety of environments.

Refines
Seeks to develop their skill and continually improves on a daily basis.

Creates
Applies previous knowledge to create new games and activities.

Well-being
Is able to design and maintain a plan for nutrition and stress management and understands the positive impacts.

Body Image
Will be respectful of all body types and skill levels.  Understands outside influences.

Functional Fitness
Understands how different lifestyle habits impact personal fitness and wellness.

Active Lifestyle
Strives to lead an active lifestyle and understands the negative impacts of an inactive lifestyle.

Teamwork
Works with a variety of peers and shows respect for self and others in multiple activity settings.

Communication
Positively and effectively communicates with others.

Leadership
Initiates and leads by example. Is inclusive and encouraging of others.

Fair Play
Demonstrates etiquette and fair play.

 

Stays Safe
Follows class routine, rules and safety procedures.

Effort
Is motivated to participate for the whole class with maximum effort regardless of activity or one’s ability.

Goal Setter/Personal Challenge
Create and adapt goals to develop a balanced and more active lifestyle in and out of school.

Active lifestyle in the Community
You explore opportunities that contribute to active living within your community.  Demonstrates the qualities of citizenship and character that are reflective of the Titan Way.

 

A Titan Is…Resilient. Respectful. Determined to lead an active lifestyle.

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