Assessment in school physical education. the portfolio approach

Por: Andre Bigott, Herbert Haag e Martin Holzweg.

Athens 2004: Pre-olympic Congress

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Introduction

Within the educational process related to movement and sport a four-step approach is important: Assessment of preconditions, planning, realizing and evaluating the teaching and learning process and its results. This so-called APRE - model (Haag & Haag, 2000) is assessment - and evaluation - oriented. The purpose of the study was to develop a portefolio for the assessed data and test the acceptance of it.

Methods

The used methods were descriptive and correlational. The data base were students of grade 5, 7 and 9 as well as p.e. teachers and parents. Techniques of data collection were content collection and questionnaire. Techniques of data evaluation were - based on data treatment - content analysis and descriptive statistics.

Results

The basis was the development of the portefolio as a booklet (DOLESU) with the major parts: Personal biography, health status, test of motor competence, tests for the major school sport disciplines and additional performances related to sport also outside of school. Selected data for the portefolio were collected. The acceptance was high with students and parents, low with p.e. teachers.

Discussion/Conclusions

The portefolio can contribute to the upgrading of p.e. as school subject and to the improvement of teaching p.e. as school through the procedure of constant self-evaluation on a longitudinal basis aided by registering data in the portefolio.

References:

[1]. Haag, H. & Haag, G. (2000). From Physical Fitness to Motor Competence. Frankfurt: Long.
[2]. Haag, H. & Hummel, A. (Hrsg.) (2001). Handbuch Sportpädagogik. Schorndorf: Hofmann.

 

 

 

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