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Hewlett-Packard (HP) has announced the launch of BeOnline programme in collaboration with Classera, the leader in learning management systems, and Mirai, a learning innovations group focusing on learning strategy and digital pedagogy.

In line with the most latest regional governments’ directives for distance learning, the programme aims to support schools and universities in establishing a fully-fledged virtual learning environment, by providing expertise and tools at no cost.

BeOnline programme gives schools access to the full ecosystem needed for a comprehensive remote learning environment, promotes pedagogical consultancy for online education provided by Mirai; a robust learning management solution from Classera, and HP’s information technology (IT) consultancy on the required infrastructure. These services will be provided to schools until the end of the academic year at no cost. Classera and Mirai will help education providers by curating online learning pathways including the creation of a complete virtual school set-up that includes digital lesson plans, virtual assignments, e-attendance, e-assessment among other support functions. Besides IT consultancy, HP will provide schools with the HP LIFE program – a set of 32 modules on business and technical skills for youngsters. The trio said in a statement that the modules would be available online and students could self-pace the courses and receive certificates on completion.

BeOnline is part of HP’s commitment to improving the learning outcomes for 100 million people globally by 2025 and run focused pedagogy-oriented programs to deliver on its education and sustainability goals – Classroom of the Future, HP Learning Studios, Digital School Awards, HP LIFE and HP Teaching Fellows.
Commenting on the launch of BeOnline in the region, Vice President and Managing Director of HP Inc.

Africa said: “Access to means of technology is now a key part of daily life for many people living in Africa. The world has changed and the way we work, study and interact has altered forever. This program is designed to help schools to quickly adopt distance learning, even in times where various countries are faced with uncertainties for the near future. Today, technology can support new styles of learning. PCs and tools designed for education can offer students flexibility of time, place, and pace of learning, whether in or out of the classroom, or in a blend of environments. Technology can not only engage students and Excellerate learning outcomes, but also help to equip them with the skills they need for the future.”

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Killexams : What does HP India Future Of Learning Study 2022 tell about digital education in India? In January 2022, the HP India Future of Learning Study 2022 came up with significant findings about digital or online education in India. It was conducted to ascertain the impact of a pandemic on education and how online education contributed to alleviating it, as a huge disruption in the studies was seen with the outbreak of Covid-19 in 2020. There was overwhelmingly strong support and belief in online education with 98% of the parents and 99% of teachers surveyed crediting the continuity in learning to online education.
The other crucial findings of this study regarding online education in India were the following:
  • A good 91% of the students believed that online learning acted as a supplement to traditional classroom learning.
  • The study found, although a strong preference for online learning among teachers, students and parents.
    They preferred the inclusion of online learning mode in their present curriculum in some or other way alongside traditional teaching mode.
  • Among the main reasons for opting for hybrid learning was greater leisure time to follow interests and hobbies, and longer memory retention for students.
    Another reason for preferring hybrid learning was that it ensures uninterrupted learning and reduces learning disruptions that can happen due to inclement weather conditions, unprecedented health crises and administrative issues.
  • A majority of teachers hailed work-life balance as one of the most important advantages of online learning for them.
    While 82% of the surveyed teachers pointed out the need for more technological tools to ensure more productive online learning.
    74% of the teachers surveyed believed that more training needs to be imparted to them for using technology-based tools optimally to Excellerate their pedagogical skills.
  • Among the preferred devices for hybrid learning, personal computers including laptops were voted dominantly as the ideal choice.
    In this 88% of the surveyed teachers, 72% of students and 89% of parents believed PCs to be the ideal tool for online education.
    Ketan Patel, Managing Director of HP India said that PCs have become a popularly preferred choice among these people because of less eye strain, easier transfer of multiple files and better functionality.
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Killexams : The Fascinating ESG Difference Between Michael Dell and Elon Musk

Elon Musk has gone on record saying that environmental, social, and governance (ESG) efforts are “a scam” that has “been weaponized by phony social justice warriors.”

Were we back in the early 2000s, he’d have been right. Back then, Dell’s ESG plan of record was to plant a tree for every complying sale. The entities doing ecology-based social justice programs were infamous for supporting those that paid them and punishing those that didn’t, with little impact on true sustainability.

But that was then, and now companies like Dell, HP, and Lenovo report billions of dollars in additional sales due to genuine ESG efforts. These efforts are having a significant impact on the amount of waste put back into the environment.

What I find ironic is that of the two CEOs, Musk, whose Tesla and Hyperloop efforts benefit from the world’s focus on sustainability, appears to be anti-sustainability, while Michael Dell, where ESG isn’t a natural sales driver for his company, is all in on preserving the planet.

Let’s contrast these two CEOs’ focus on sustainability this week, and we’ll close with my new favorite part of Office 365, Microsoft Designer, the DALL-E 2-focused, AI-driven solution that is my product of the week.

The Lack of Irony in Tech’s ESG Focus

Last week, Dell held its post-Dell Technologies World event to address any lingering questions from the press and analyst communities.

Dell was recently ranked most loved workspace, not Apple, not Amazon, not Facebook — all of which didn’t even make the ranking, and one of which is facing a massive increase in union activity. Amazon and Facebook are newer than Dell, and Apple is more popular with users, and yet those three are anything but employee-friendly, particularly post-pandemic.

It is also fascinating that not one of Elon Musk’s various companies made that list either, but then Musk has a reputation for treating employees poorly. During the pandemic, he resisted safety directives from California and has since moved his headquarters to Texas, which tends to fall below California in employee care and sustainability efforts. Musk clearly has his priorities, and he tends to place employee care and sustainability below where most large tech companies do.

Now, this isn’t ironic because tech companies tend to be all about metrics, and they measure almost everything. Dell has been particularly aggressive in implementing metrics over the years and showcased that by understanding what was important to stakeholders (employees, customers, partners, investors) and driving policies that would benefit them.

Why Musk’s Lack of ESG Focus Is Ironic

Hyperloop and especially Tesla have a close relationship with sustainability because governments’ focus on eliminating fossil fuel use and improving sustainability have created enormous opportunities for electric car sales and the justification for large-scale people movers like Hyperloop.

Traditional wisdom would suggest that, even if it weren’t real, Musk would be a huge supporter of ESG efforts because they support the approval of Hyperloop-like projects and the sales of electric cars. Further, particularly with those interested in electric cars, buyers tend to be big believers in the “S” of sustainability and tend to have a high probability of investing in solar energy, like with Tesla’s Solar City subsidiary.

In 2024 when the first truly next-generation electric cars come to market, Tesla will face unprecedented competition. Buyers will not only have a far broader choice of electric vehicles but will also be choosing the companies they support. Given their interest in sustainability, they are more likely to choose a greener company.

Starting with BMW, a firm that has popped up as the most technology-forward in the car industry, several companies already are greener than Tesla. To be clear, Tesla should lead on ESG, and instead, it lags badly in this practice, suggesting Tesla buyers that care about sustainability should choose a greener brand.

This year, Musk’s Twitter move has hurt Tesla stock, and Musk’s methods for dealing with employees who view his antics as negative don’t exactly set the bar for employee care and feeding, not to mention good governance.

In contrast, companies like Dell not only promote negative feedback but also aggregate it and use it to make better future decisions. Firing people who point out your mistakes usually ends badly because it destroys employee trust and support, even if the criticism is wrong, which wasn’t in the SpaceX case.

Wrapping Up

What I find amazing is that both Michael Dell and Elon Musk are on record for believing climate change is real and one of, if not the most important, things to fight to protect the human race. It is just that Dell has stepped up aggressively to address the challenge by reducing consumption, assuring green energy sources, and creating intensive sustainability projects like Concept Luna.

In contrast, Musk seems to think this shouldn’t be a priority for companies even though he would benefit more than Dell because of related subsidies and incentives tied to his firms and his products.

I think this comes down to how both men approach their jobs. Michael Dell takes his position seriously, is very focused, and makes decisions on the data surrounding everything Dell Technologies does. Musk, in contrast, seems to make decisions based on the moment and his gut, which hasn’t been working out that well for him or his companies of late and, as I see it, forms the basis of his position on ESG.

Nothing Dell Technologies makes competes with Musk’s companies, and either could be the customer of the other. But as a provider, Tesla couldn’t comply with Dell’s ESG-focused supply network, while Dell’s ability to massively cut operational costs should continue to appear to Musk’s companies.

In short, Dell’s focus on and support of ESG are making the company more successful, while Musk’s contrasting position only reinforces the idea that he has become a liability to his firms. If you are watching “House of the Dragon,” you are seeing the death of a dynasty due to a lie that no one believes. Tesla has the same problem with sustainability. Once true competition emerges, I doubt it will end any better for that firm than it will for the young princess with the wandering eye in “House of the Dragon.”

Tech Product of the Week

Microsoft Designer With DALL-E 2

One of the biggest problems for many of us who write is finding the appropriate open-source picture or figuring out how to pay for an image that isn’t in the public domain.

Many of us build our own web pages or try to compose images to go with papers or PowerPoint presentations. Often, the result sucks. When I was working for large companies, executives with access to graphic designers often were thought to be more capable than others who did not, regardless of the quality of their work.

OpenAI’s DALL-E, now in its second generation, creates images from text that belongs to you. You describe what you want, and DALL-E creates it. At Microsoft Ignite last week, Satya Nadella announced that DALL-E 2 would be embedded in a new addition to Office 365 called Microsoft Designer.

This tool uses a combination of text-to-image AI technology and nested menus to help you quickly build the image, presentation page, or professional-looking ad in a fraction of the time it would take to spin up a graphics designer.

A solution like this has been a dream of mine since I was a child. I can imagine and describe a picture I’d like to create, but even though my mother and first stepmother were artists, I can’t draw to save my life.

Sadly, Microsoft Designer isn’t yet available though I signed up to be an early user here. I expect Designer will set the tone for AI updates on other Microsoft products.

Imagine having your PC write a paper based on your outline or Excel build a spreadsheet template or form based on your description of what you want. I expect the new “killer feature” in Office will be the ability for the platform to do most of the heavy lifting after you figure out what you want.

Granted, many folks struggle with how to communicate what they want. So, much like learning Boolean Logic for searching on the web, building your ability to create accurate descriptions of what you want will be a critical future skill for success.

In the end, Microsoft Designer with DALL-E 2 was my favorite announcement during Microsoft Ignite last week, and it is my product of the week.

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of ECT News Network.

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Killexams : Africa must invest in teachers to enhance teaching skills – Experts

Education experts have called on governments in African countries to invest in building the right skill set for teachers to enable them to keep up with the pace of global development.

Speaking at the #NextGen Educators Forum organised by HP with the theme: ‘The Transformation of Education Begins With Teachers,’ Simi Nwogugu, chief executive officer at Junior Achievement Africa, said educators need to understand that their traditional role as experts imparting knowledge has evolved to that of guides that facilitate knowledge-acquisition, design thinking, and critical reasoning skills in their students.

“Educators need to be equipped with emotional intelligence skills to be able to continually adapt to the needs of the students under their charge. Forums like this help steer all of us in the education sector in the right direction for how best to empower teachers to be more effective in the classroom,” she said.

Mayank Dhingra, senior education business leader for Africa, Middle East, and Eastern Europe for HP, said the time to rethink and reshape the future of Africa’s education sector is now.

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Dhingra said the past few years have thrust the sector into dramatically new ways of learning, adding that it has shown that Africa needs to empower teachers with the right tools to ensure that learners have the best chance at future-proof outcomes.

“The world of education is evolving, and teaching must be transformed to better meet the needs of a digital learner. That is why HP launched its Innovation and Digital Education Academy (HP IDEA), which plays a critical role in bridging the skills gap and forms part of HP’s goal to accelerate digital equity for 150 million people by 2030,” Dhingra said.

Folawe Omikunle, chief executive officer of Teach for Nigeria, said the only way African countries can reach their full potential is by investing in education.

“By investing in teachers, we are investing in our children’s futures, and inevitably that of our continent. We know there are numerous challenges educators face, and these discussions will help in providing African solutions to African challenges,” she said.

On the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Brian Schreuder, former superintendent general at the Western Cape Education Department, said the disruption by the pandemic has proven that the education sector is resilient.

“We witnessed teachers implementing innovative strategies to keep learning at critical points of the schooling year. Armed with even better tools and relevant training, African teachers can transform this sector,” he said.

To understand the realities of 21st-century teaching, a study was carried out, which identified 10 skills as crucial to future-proofing classrooms for educators. About 70 percent of the teachers surveyed said that soft skills such as creative, innovative, critical, entrepreneurial thinking, and digital literacy are very important.

One in three teachers said they could benefit from additional training to Excellerate the above-mentioned skills and that the development would have an enormous impact on the pedagogy.

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Killexams : Call to urgently equip teachers for future generations

Investing in resources like the internet, devices, wide-scale training and instructional materials has been highlighted among the key enablers to Excellerate teaching outcomes on the African continent.

This emerged during HP’s #NextGen Educators Forum, a high-level virtual panel discussion featuring experts from the African education sector.

HP convened the forum to commemorate World Teachers' Day and discuss strategies aimed at equipping African teachers of today with the necessary skills to take the future of education on the continent forward.

Co-convened in partnership with the International Labour Organisation, Unicef and Education International, World Teachers' Day is observed every year on 5 October to honour teachers. It seeks to consider issues related to teachers and teaching, focusing on appreciation, assessment and changes required for teachers to execute their duties.

During the #NextGen Educators Forum discussion, the panel of experts agreed teachers need the necessary skillsets to change the nature of education on the continent.

Simi Nwogugu, CEO of Junior Achievement Africa, states: “Educators need to understand that their traditional role as expert imparting knowledge has evolved to that of facilitating knowledge-acquisition, design thinking and critical reasoning skills in their students.

“To do this effectively, educators themselves need to be equipped with these and other emotional intelligence skills to be able to continually adapt to the needs of the students under their charge. Forums like this help steer all of us in the education sector in the right direction for how best to empower teachers to be more effective in the classroom.”

Folawe Omikunle, chief executive at Teach for Nigeria, adds: “The only way African countries can reach their full potential is by investing in education. By investing in teachers, we are investing in our children’s futures, and inevitably that of our continent.”

A latest education-focused survey in Africa, conducted by HP, revealed 70% of teachers surveyed said soft skills − such as creative, innovative, critical and entrepreneurial thinking − as well as digital literacy are very important.

The survey sought to shed light on teachers’ skillsets and how the profession can be improved in SA and Nigeria.

It noted that 89% of teachers surveyed said access to adequate technological resources is an issue – a crucial aspect of teaching that has been overlooked for over a decade but has been brought to the fore by the pandemic.

Also, one in three teachers said they could benefit from additional training to Excellerate their skillsets and that the development would have an enormous impact on teaching.

During the panel discussion, Brian Schreuder, former superintendent general at the Western Cape Education Department and specialist advisor, highlighted governments have fallen short on empowering teachers to be at the heart of education recovery and renewal.

“There’s been no, or little, systemic training of teachers and retraining of teachers across our continent. How do we expect them therefore to cope if we just suddenly and miraculously want them to renew an education system?

“They’ve not even been exposed to modern techniques and modern technologies or pedagogies. If they are, it can be used as time-saving, learning support technologies, and make teachers’ lives and learning outcomes better as well.

“We have the potential to leapfrog inequality; we have it in our grasp.”

Commenting on the impact brought about by COVID-19, Schreuder noted that, if anything, the disruption proved the sector was resilient.

The pandemic pushed the envelope when it came to tech-based education.

Says Schreuder: “We witnessed teachers implementing innovative strategies to keep learning at critical points of the schooling year. Armed with even better tools and relevant training, African teachers can transform this sector.”

Also commemorating World Teachers' Day yesterday, president Cyril Ramaphosa said as the country works to ensure schools are suitable places for learning, teachers must also be equipped for the challenges and opportunities of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR).

He was speaking at the national general council of the South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) held in Kempton Park, Gauteng.

“As we undertake far-reaching reforms in our telecommunications industry and increase our investment in infrastructure, we need to ensure schools and other educational facilities are the first beneficiaries of ICT infrastructure,” said the president.

“We call on the private sector to work with us to invest in the upgrading, modernisation and expansion of our school infrastructure to benefit all learners, particularly in under-served areas.”

In a world that is becoming increasingly digital, the president indicted SADTU has a significant role to play in ensuring its members are ready for new technology and new subjects as part of the shared effort to get learners ready for this new world.

He emphasised teachers need to educate learners about the benefits and risks associated with emerging media and technology.

“We understand the Teacher Union Collaboration, that is responsible for equipping our teachers with the skills and capabilities to implement coding and robotics in schools, is being well-received by teachers. We commend SADTU for the role it is playing in the training of 32 000 of our teachers in this regard.”

The president added the basic education sector needs to work collaboratively with the Department of Higher Education, Science and Innovation to advance the 4IR in the education system.

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Killexams : HP: Unique pen installed by teachers to aid learning at school in Nahan No result found, try new keyword!It is the world’s largest ink pen. The pen could help students in learning and teaching as it was equipped with sound sensor. If a teacher takes holiday on the next day, then the teacher will ... Tue, 06 Sep 2022 03:33:00 -0500 https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/videos/news/hp-unique-pen-installed-by-teachers-to-aid-learning-at-school-in-nahan/videoshow/94034507.cms Killexams : Mission, Goals, and Outcomes

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES


Mission, Goals, and Outcomes

 

VISION

The Division of Kinesiology and Health (DK&H) strives to break through barriers and explore new frontiers of teaching and learning. Through the unfettered pursuit of knowledge, we aim to apply innovation, intelligence and tenacity to meet the health, economic, social and environmental challenges of today, and to create a sustainable, diverse and equitable world across which knowledge and services are shared to empower the health of humankind.

 

MISSION 

Promote an environment of excellence and achievement in kinesiology and health across the lifespan, with emphasis on the physical activity and health needs of Wyoming and rural residents.  
We are committed to innovative, contemporary, and nationally/internationally recognized research and teaching that equips our graduates to positively impact individual and community health, lead in a constantly changing global society, and participate in a democratic society that supports diversity of cultural values and practices.

 

DIVISION GOALS

The Division of Kinesiology and Health’s overarching goals remain consistent with those developed in the summer of 1999.    

The major goals of the Division are:

  1. To deliver a quality undergraduate education;
  2. A quality graduate education program that is accessible to student on- and off-campus;
  3. To contribute to the University wide research agenda; and
  4. To contribute to service both on- and off-campus.

 

GOALS AND OUTCOMES

The Division of Kinesiology and Health offers two undergraduate programs leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Health: Kinesiology and HealthPromotion (K&HP) and Physical Education Teacher Education (PHET). Both are four-year 120 credit hour degree programs.

A.   COMMON CORE IN KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH

Kinesiology and Health majors in all three undergraduate programs complete a common core of five lower division courses from the Division of Kinesiology and Health (HLED, KIN, and PEAC courses). The Common Core is designed to provide majors a basic understanding of kinesiology and health.

GOALS

1.   Critical Thinking
  • Students will develop critical-thinking skills necessary to understand, analyze, and produce knowledge specific to kinesiology and health.

Outcomes – The Student will:
  • Critically evaluate forms of information related to kinesiology, health, and/or physical education.

  • Develop research questions related to issues in kinesiology, health, and/or physical education.

2.   Information Literacy
Students will develop information literacy skills and abilities essential for adult learning.

Outcomes – The Student will:

3.   Disciplinary Knowledge

Students will develop knowledge of the organic, skeletal, and neuromuscular structures of the human body, and psychological factors associated with diverse physical activities.

Outcomes – The Student will:

  • Understand how the organic, skeletal, and neuromuscular structures of the human body adapt and contribute to motor performance, fitness, and wellness.

  • Define and contrast physical fitness, physical activity, exercise, and health.

B.   KINESIOLOGY AND HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAM (K&HP)

The Kinesiology and Health Promotion (K&HP) program is designed to prepare students to assume leadership roles in health, fitness, and wellness related industries, as well as to continue their studies in the health-related fields and graduate level in kinesiology and health. The K&HP program goals and  outcomes are framed around the competencies and skills espoused by the American College of Sports Medicine Health and Fitness Instructor certification and the National Health Standards. Approximately 275 students are enrolled in the K&HP program. Students must make application to enter the last two years of the K&HP program (referred to as the professional program). The admission process is competitive and limited to 50 students per year, 35 in the fall and 15 in the spring.  Following are the courses students complete during the professional program:

GOALS

1.   Knowledge for Application


A kinesiology and health promotion major will develop knowledge necessary to understand and apply principles, skills, and methods related to biomechanics, exercise physiology, health promotion, and exercise and sport psychology.

Outcomes – The kinesiology and health promotion major will:
  • Identify biomechanical, health, physiological, and psychological limitations to and interventions for improving physical performance.

  • Identify and explain the mechanisms underlying biomechanical, physiological, and psychological changes that occur during after acute and chronic exercise.

  • Develop physical conditioning programs based on scientific principles designed to develop physical fitness and Excellerate athletic performance.

  • Understand how mechanical principles can be applied to the analysis of human movement to assess and Excellerate performance and reduce risk of injury.

2.   Clinical and Epidemiological Evidence


A kinesiology and health promotion major will develop knowledge necessary to understand the clinical and epidemiological evidence linking physical activity and exercise to mental and physical health and approaches to the delivery physical activity and health programs in clinical and community settings.

Outcomes – The kinesiology and health promotion major will:

  • Identify and describe psychological, biological, biomechanical, and behavioral factors that can influence health-related adaptations to exercise.

  • Ability to identify and explain the disease-specific benefits and risks of physical fitness and physical activity for coronary artery disease, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity, cancer, and immune system, anxiety and depression.

  • Ability to develop an individualized exercise prescription based on scientific principles and appropriate evaluation techniques designed to reduce the risk of chronic disease and avoid injuries.

  • Ability to identify risks of and safe approaches to exercise and physical activity.

  • Ability to identify the major personal, environmental, and activity characteristics that determine the adoption and maintenance of participation in supervised and population-based physical activity and exercise programs.

3.   Scientific Method and Critical Thinking


A kinesiology and health promotion major will understand the scientific method and ts application together with critical thinking and analytical skills to solve problems related to physical activity and health.

Outcomes – The kinesiology and health promotion major will:

  • Describe and understand the process by which physiological, psychological, biomechanical, and physical- and health-related tests are validated.

  • Ability to apply scientific principles to evaluate the effectiveness of physical activity and conditioning programs designed to Excellerate health-related fitness or sport performance.

  • Ability to evaluate the effectiveness of human movement using mechanical principles.

  • Ability to distinguish between correlational and causal relationships.

C.   PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM (PHET)

The Physical Education Teacher Education (PHET) program is designed to prepare students to teach physical education in schools K-12 as well as to continue their studies at the graduate level in kinesiology and health. This program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Professional Teaching Standards Board (PTBS), Wyoming Department of Education. The Physical Education Teacher Education program has received National Recognition through the next NCATE/NASPE accreditation review which will be in 2016.  The PHET program goals and outcomes are framed around the national standards for beginning physical education teachers. Approximately 100 students are enrolled in the PHET program. Students must make application to enter the last two years of the PHET program (referred to as the professional program). The admission process is competitive and limited to 20 students per year. Following are the courses students complete during the professional program:

GOALS

1.   Content Knowledge


A physical education teacher education major understands physical education content and disciplinary concepts related to the development of a physically educated person.

Outcomes – The teacher candidate will:

  • Identify critical elements of motor skill performance and combine motor skills into appropriate sequences for the purpose of improving skill learning.

  • Demonstrate competent motor skill performance in a variety of physical activities.

  • Describe performance concepts and strategies related to skillful movement and physical activity (e.g., fitness principles, game tactics, and skill improvement principles).

  • Describe and apply bioscience concepts (anatomical, physiological, and biomechanical) and psychological concepts to skillful movement, physical activity, and fitness.

  • Understand and debate current physical activity issues and laws based on historical, philosophical, and sociological perspectives.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of approved local, state, and national content standards, and local program goals.

2.   Growth and Development


A physical education teacher education major understands how individuals learn and develop, and provides opportunities that support their physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development.

Outcomes – The teacher candidate will:

  • Monitor individual and group performance in order to design safe instruction that meets learner developmental needs in the physical, cognitive, and social/emotional domains.

  • Identify, select, and implement appropriate learning/practice opportunities based  on expected progressions and levels of readiness.

  • Identify, select, and implement appropriate learning/practice opportunities based on understanding the student, the learning environment, and the task.

3.   Diverse Learners


A physical education teacher education major understands how individuals differ in their approaches to learning and creates appropriate instruction adapted to these differences.

Outcomes – The teacher candidate will:

  • Identify, select, and implement appropriate instruction that is sensitive to students’ strengths/weaknesses, multiple needs, learning styles, and/or prior experiences (e.g., cultural, personal, family, community).
  • Use appropriate strategies, services, and resources to meet diverse learning needs.

4.   Management and Motivation


A physical education teacher education major uses and understands individual and group motivation and behavior to create safe learning environments that encourage positive social interaction, active engagement in learning, and self-motivation.

Outcomes – The teacher candidate will:

  • Use managerial routines that create smoothly functioning learning experiences.
  • Organize, allocate, and manage resources (e.g., learners, time, space, equipment, activities, and teacher attention) to provide active and equitable learning  experiences.
  • Use a variety of developmentally appropriate practices (e.g., content selection, instructional formats, use of music, appropriate incentives and rewards) to motivate learners to participate in physical activity inside and outside of the school.
  • Use strategies to help learners demonstrate responsible personal and social behaviors (e.g., mutual respect, support for others, safety, and cooperation) that promote positive relationships and a productive learning environment.
  • Develop an effective behavior management plan.

5.   Communication


A physical education teacher education major uses knowledge of effective verbal, nonverbal, and media communication techniques to enhance learning and engagement in physical activity settings.

Outcomes – The teacher candidate will:

  • Describe and demonstrate effective communication skills (e.g., use of language, clarity, conciseness, pacing, giving and receiving feedback, age appropriate language, and nonverbal communication).
  • Communicate managerial and instructional information in a variety of ways (e.g., bulletin boards, music, task cards, posters, Internet, and video).
  • Communicate in ways that demonstrate sensitivity to all learners (e.g., considerate of ethnic, cultural, socio-economic, ability, and gender differences).
  • Describe and implement strategies to enhance communication among learners in physical activity settings.

6.   Planning and Instruction


A physical education teacher education major understands the importance of planning developmentally appropriate instructional units to foster the development of a physically educated person.

Outcomes – The teacher candidate will:

  • Identify, develop, and implement appropriate program and instructional goals.
  • Develop short- and long-term plans that are linked to both program and instructional goals and student needs.
  • Select and implement instructional strategies, based on selected content, learner needs, and safety issues, to facilitate learning in the physical activity setting.
  • Design and implement learning experiences that are safe, appropriate, relevant, and based on principles of effective instruction.
  • Apply disciplinary and pedagogical knowledge in developing and implementing learning environments and experiences.
  • Provide learning experiences that allow students to integrate knowledge and skills from multiple subject areas.
  • Select and implement appropriate (i.e., comprehensive, accurate, useful, and safe) teaching resources and curriculum materials.
  • Use effective demonstrations and explanations to link physical activity concepts to appropriate learning experiences.
  • Develop and use appropriate instructional cues and prompts to facilitate competent motor skill performance.
  • Develop a repertoire of direct and indirect instructional formats to facilitate  student learning (e.g., ask questions, pose scenarios, promote problem solving and critical thinking, and facilitate factual recall).

7.   Student Assessment


A physical education teacher education major understands and the varied types of assessment and their contribution to overall program continuity and the development of physical, cognitive, social, and emotional domains.

Outcomes – The teacher candidate will:

  • Identify key components of various types of assessment, describe their appropriate and inappropriate use, and address issues of validity, reliability, and bias.
  • Use a variety of appropriate authentic and traditional assessment techniques to assess learner understanding and performance, provide feedback, and   communicate learner progress (i.e., for both formative and summative purposes).
  • Involve learners in self- and peer-assessment.
  • Use and interpret learning and performance data to inform curricular and instructional decisions.

8.   Reflection


A physical education teacher education major understands the importance of being a reflective practitioner and its contribution to overall professional development and actively seeks opportunities to sustain professional growth.

Outcomes – The teacher candidate will:

  • Use a reflective cycle involving description of teaching, justification of teaching performance, critique of the teaching performance, the setting of teaching goals, and implementation of change.
  • Use available resources (e.g., colleagues, literature, professional associations) to develop as a reflective professional.
  • Construct a plan for continued professional growth based on the assessment of personal teaching performance.

9.   Technology


A physical education teacher education major uses information technology to enhance learning and professional productivity.

Outcomes – the teacher candidate will:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of current technologies and their application in physical education.
  • Design, develop, and implement student-learning activities that integrate information technology.
  • Use technologies to communicate, network, locate resources, and enhance continuing professional development.

10. Collaboration


A physical education teacher education major understands the necessity of fostering relationships with colleagues, parents/guardians, and community agencies to support the development of a physically educated person.

Outcomes – The teacher candidate will:

  • Identify strategies to become an advocate in the school and community to promote a variety of physical activity opportunities.
  • Actively participate in the professional physical education community (e.g., local, state, district, and national) and within the broader education field.
  • Identify and seek community resources to enhance physical activity opportunities.
  • Establish productive relationships with parents/guardians and school colleagues to support learner growth and well-being.

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Killexams : Best HP Laptops for 2022

HP laptops offer something for you, whether you're a creative looking to edit photos, a gamer in search of a powerful laptop or a student in need of a small, lightweight laptop.

Many of the best HP laptops have features designed for remote or hybrid work such as improved webcams and microphones, better audio quality, longer battery life, faster charging and the fastest Wi-Fi 6 wireless.

Like other PC makers such as Dell, Lenovo, Acer and Asus, HP is in the midst of updating the processors in its laptops and two-in-ones. That means Intel-based models are moving from 11th-gen to 12th-gen CPUs, while AMD Ryzen systems are switching from 5000-series chips to 6000-series. It also means it's generally a good time to look for deals on older models of the best HP laptops. However, we've also seen big performance improvements with the new processors. An updated model might cost a little more but will add to the overall longevity. 

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Spectre is HP's top consumer laptop line so you're getting the best of the best with this 16-inch two-in-one. 

  • Beautiful design
  • Lots of features for home and office work
  • Great webcam
  • Active pen and laptop sleeve included

Of course, a premium two-in-one like the Spectre x360 comes at a relatively high price; it starts at around $1,200. The top-end configuration we reviewed was good but not great considering its $2,030 price. This is definitely one we recommend getting with the 12th-gen Intel processors and Intel Arc graphics if you're going to go all-in. Read our HP Spectre x360 16 review.

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HP's Victus 16 is a surprisingly robust and powerful gaming laptop that keeps up with the latest games at a more affordable price. Compared to HP's high-end Omen gaming laptop line, the Victus is more of an all-purpose laptop but still configured for gaming with a price starting at less than $1,000. HP offers several configurations with graphics chip options ranging from Nvidia's entry-level GeForce GTX 1650 up to a midrange RTX 3060 or AMD Radeon RX 6500M. We like almost everything about it except for its flimsy display hinge and underwhelming speakers. Read our HP Victus 16 review.

Josh Goldman/CNET

There are plenty of convertible Chromebooks, where the screen flips around to the back of the keyboard so you can use it as a tablet. But Chrome tablets with removable keyboards like the HP Chromebook x2 11 are still a rarity. It offers long battery life and performance that rises (slightly) above the competition. The main downside is that it's expensive; the model we reviewed is $599. However, that price did include both the keyboard cover and USI pen and it's regularly on sale for $200. If you're interested make sure to wait for one of those deals. Read our HP Chromebook x2 11 review.

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If you're making a laptop aimed at creatives, it's not enough to just put discrete graphics and a strong processor in a slim body. The extra performance really should be paired with a good screen, and that's what you get with the HP Envy 14. The laptop's 16:10 14-inch 1,920x1,200-pixel display not only gives you more vertical room to work, but is color-calibrated at the factory and covers 100% of the sRGB color gamut. The result: a well-rounded option for creatives looking for on-the-go performance at a reasonable price. This model is due for a refresh, though, so keep an eye out for updated models. Read our HP Envy 14 review.

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