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Week 2 - PEDS 293


What is DAAP? A tool designed to help instructors choose/select an activity that is developmentally appropriate for the children they are working with.
What are the (6) aspects of DAAP? - A focus on SKILL DEVELOPMENT - Provides lots of PRACTICE - Focus on QUALITY OF MOVEMENT - ACCOMMODATES all skill levels - Uses appropriate GOAL STRUCTURES - SAFE
What is TARGET? Target can be used as a model to assess how we are delivering physical activity. Adhering to TARGET allows for a mastery motivational climate.
What is a mastery motivational climate? A mastery motivational climate is created with TARGET is properly followed, which creates an environment with higher levels of enjoyment, self-efficacy, intrinsic motivation, and perceived competency.
What do the Ts in TARGET stand for? One is for TASK - ensure that there is a variety of task and challenges to maximize involvement. The other is for TIME - try to use appropriate progressions. If need be, modify tasks, rules, and demands.
What does the A in TARGET stand for? AUTHORITY; allow students to promote leadership and decision making in children. Self-directed learning leads to empowerment.
What does the R in TARGET stand for? RECOGNITION; recognize improvement and effort in children, and acknowledge individual characteristics.
What does the G in TARGET stand for? GROUPING: Set up multiple groups so that the setup can be on skill. Divide up groups appropriately.
What does the E in TARGET stand for? EVALUATE; Avoid social comparisons, yet give constructive and selective feedback.
Created by: mattcheung