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Physical Education

Hawaii Content & Performance Standards III for Physical Education

 
The four content standards for physical education are:
  1. Movement Forms: Use motor skills and movement patterns to perform a variety of physical activities
  2. Cognitive Concepts: Understand movement concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics as they apply to the learning and performance of physical activities
  3. Active Lifestyle: Participate regularly in physical activity
  4. Physical Fitness: Know ways to achieve and maintain a health-enhancing level of physical fitness

The physical education experience, in general, will include the fostering of acceptance of differences and the ability of each student to contribute to the physical activity setting by honoring the rules of the game and modeling appropriate behaviors. Teamwork and support will be stressed as students work toward individual, team and or group goals. A general emphasis will be placed upon guiding students to make a commitment to physical activity as an important part of one’s own lifestyle. Each school’s physical education department should develop a school plan that ensures that students will have the continued opportunity for participation in physical activity.

Physical Education in Elementary School
Physical education is required in all elementary grades and structured around accepted guidelines of motor and movement form development for all children. Instruction ensures integrated, cumulative physical education in each grade level. Experiences are provided so that each child has an equal opportunity to meet all the content standards in each grade cluster (K-2 and 3-5). The emphasis is on developing the mature forms of locomotor, non-locomotor, and manipulative skills and the application of combinations of movement forms into a variety of basic games and physical activity settings. Students also learn about the basic benefits of physical activity and are encouraged to choose health-enhancing pursuits both inside and outside of the school setting.