"If it doesn't challenge you it doesn't change you." -Devito
"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." -Walsh
I received my B.S. from Whitewater with a major in K - 12 Physical Education
and a minor in Health Education and Coaching.
Classes I Teach
By the end of the semester, 100% of the students will learn skills, strategies, and information through experience and participation in adventure activities so that they can identify an adventure activity that they would do outside of a school setting to maintain or enhance a high level of wellness throughout their entire lifespan. This will be measured by unit self reflections and an end of the semester reflection.
Outdoor Adventure Course Mission Statement
As a member of this class I will:
I Can Statements/WI State Standards
1:4:A1 I can demonstrate proper mechanics needed for success in target
sports such as archery, casting/fishing, golf, and Frisbee® golf.
1:4:A4 I can operate a bike, kayak, or canoe safely and skillfully in a natural
1:4:A5 I can demonstrate proficiency in two movement forms in individual
and lifetime activities.
1:4:A6 I can demonstrate skills for starting, stopping, falling, and turning
while participating in lifetime activities such as inline skating, cross-country skiing, biking, etc.
1:4:A8 I can acquire skills to participate in a lifetime activity outside of school.
2:4:A3 I can examine the physical, emotional, cognitive, and scientific factors that affect performance and explain the relationship between those factors.
2:4:B4 I can describe the impact of new skills and tactics.
2:4:B6 I can self-assess my performance and make appropriate corrections.
2:4:B7 I can apply pre-existing skills and knowledge to the acquisition of new skills.
3:4:A1 I can participate willingly in a variety of physical activities appropriate for maintaining or enhancing a healthy, active lifestyle.
3:4:A3 I can participate in health-enhancing lifetime activities that can be pursued in the community as well as the school.
3:4:B2 I can compare health and fitness benefits derived from various physical activities.
3:4:B4 I can describe the ways in which personal characteristics, performance styles, and activity preferences will change over the life span.
4:4:A9 I can participate in fitness/adventure activities based on resources available in the local community.
5:4:A1 I can solve conflicts agreeable to both parties.
5:4:A2 I can adjust my participation level and personal behavior to make activities
inclusive for everyone.
5:4:A3 I can work with peers willingly, regardless of skill level and individual differences in partner and small group situations.
5:4:A4 I can demonstrate responsible decisions about using time, applying
rules, and following through with decisions made.
5:4:A5 I can demonstrate consistent decisions to ensure the safety of self and others.
5:4:A6 I can exhibit respectful and mature behavior to contribute to a positive learning environment.
5:4:A7 I can identify positive and negative peer influences.
6:4:A1 I can participate in adventure activity/activities outside of school for self-enjoyment.
6:4:A3 I can display a willingness to experiment with new activities and sports of our and other cultures.
6:4:A4 I can demonstrate strategies for including people of diverse backgrounds and abilities in physical activity.
6:4:A5 I can describe the correlation that being physically active leads to a higher quality of life.
6:4:B1 I can demonstrate, through verbal and nonverbal behavior, cooperation with peers of different gender, race, and ethnicity in a physical setting.
6:4:B2 I can recognize the value of all individuals involved in the activity.
6:4:B3 I can describe the positive feelings that result from physical activity participation alone and with others.
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