Mr. Bryan Horrmann has been teaching Physical Education and Health in the East Meadow Union Free School District since 2010. He is a 2006 graduate from Adelphi University, earning his Bachelors of Science degree in Physical Education. Bryan pursued his Health education degree shortly after graduation taking classes at Stony Brook University and Community Colleges. Mr. Horrmann holds a K – 12 professional certificate in Health and Physical Education. Currently, he is teaching 10th grade Health and PE in East Meadow High school.
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3 credits/45 hours In service only
Bryan Horrmann Bhorrmannliips@gmail.comCourse Description
Teaching personal and social responsibility is about using physical education as a means to teach life skills and discipline to our students. It is the intention that this code becomes integrated and internalized by the students and gives them structure for their lives, values, inner-discipline and that these skills are not only seen in the gym but are transferred to other aspects of their lives. Goal(s) of the Course: The objective of the TPSR model was to guide athletes learn and practice behaviors and attitudes that will help them taking responsibility for their personal well-being and contributing to the well-being of others. Students will be able to demonstrate self-advocacy, responsibility to create a safe and positive environment. Learning Outcomes:
1. Design and create several lessons using the TPSR model.
2. Teachers will dissect and implement a new teaching strategy to increase student participation and learning.
3. Teachers will promote student learning by enhancing classroom environment and managing the classroom effectively.
4. Teachers will plan, implement, and assess developmentally appropriate learning experiences aligned with local, state, and national standards to address the diverse needs of students
5. Collaborate with other physical education teachers that teaching similar grades
6. Teachers will constructively criticize and analyze Physical education videos to enhance learning experiences
3 credits/45 hours In service only
Bryan Horrman email@example.com
Have you ever asked yourself, “Which is more important, to have students learn the outcomes of previous reasoning or to have students learn the skills to conduct their own research?” Much of teaching that we do today is outcome based, which has manifested itself in multiple choice exams. While testing is important, there needs to be a balance by teaching students the process by which they arrive at answers. This class will explore the use of active learning inside of your classroom where students can be directly involved in their own education.
Goal of the Course:
The goal of this course to collaborate with other teachers and create a plethora of resources that can be used inside of the classroom. This course will help create a positive environment and encourage students to retain information in an active way.
• Opportunities to process course material through thinking, writing, talking, and problem solving give students multiple avenues for learning.
• Applying new knowledge helps students encode information, concepts, and skills in their memories by connecting it with prior information, organizing knowledge, and strengthening neural pathways
• Receiving frequent and immediate feedback helps students correct misconceptions and develop a deeper understanding of course material
• Working on activities helps create personal connections with the material, which increases students’ motivation to learn
• Regular interaction with the instructor and peers around shared activities and goals helps create a sense of community in the classroom
• Instructors may gain more insight into student thinking by observing and talking with students as they work
• Knowing how students understand the material helps instructors target their teaching in future lessons