2 Table of Contents Core Values and Competencies Our Mission Our Vision What is Daily Fit Log? Features The Student Account The Teacher Account Benefits Student Teacher Policies Children s Pi Privacy Security Frequently Asked Questions FAQs For your convenience, to navigate throughout the presentation, all underlined words and arrows are hyperlinks to specific content. 2 **Click Logo to Return to Table of Contents**
3 Our Mission Daily Fit Log is designed to increase the health and wellness of students through daily logging of their physical activity. By integrating this fitness technology into your school, we look to enhance students fitness experiences and create more accountable lifetime consumers of physical activity. 3 **Click Logo to Return to Table of Contents**
4 Our Vision We look to lead the fight against childhood obesity by delivering schools the best possible way to promote healthy and active lifestyles to all of their students. We will strive to be the most trusted educational resource used in Health and Physical Education programs across the country, while simultaneously providing students the opportunity to become more physically active under the supervision of leading educational professionals. 4 **Click Logo to Return to Table of Contents**
5 What is Daily Fit Log? Daily Fit Log (DFL) is a web-based based fitness log that allows teachers to track and monitor their students physical activity in real time. Two Step Process: Students log their physical activity Health and Physical Education teachers monitor it from their own accounts 5 **Click Logo to Return to Table of Contents**
6 The Student Account Site features offered to students include: My Profile Health Data Weekly Bar Chart Fitness Logging (Slides 10-12) 12) Fit Log Calendar Fit Log Entry Form Fit Log History Charts Charts Page Activity Time Charts Page Health Data Goal Setting Add a New Goal My Goals 6 **Click Logo to Return to Table of Contents**
7 My Profile When students log into DailyFitLog.com, My Profile serves as their homepage, giving them the ability to: Log Health Data View Health Data History View Recent Goals View Weekly Bar Chart 7 **Click Logo to Return to Table of Contents**
8 My Profile- Health Data 8 **Click Logo to Return to Table of Contents**
9 My Profile- Weekly Chart 9 **Click Logo to Return to Table of Contents**
10 Fitness Logging g - Fit Log DFL allows students to log activity in multiple areas of Health Related Physical Education including: Cardio Strength Flexibility General Activity Steps Fitness Testing 10 **Click Logo to Return to Table of Contents**
11 Beginner Fit Log As students continually log their physical activity, DFL will be reinforcing the multiple areas of health related fitness associated with each exercise chosen. Choose Exercise Name Fitness Category then populates Log activity time
12 Advanced Fit Log The Advanced Fit Log allows students to apply their acquired knowledge of health related fitness categories. Chooses a Fitness Category Exercises for that category then populate Log activity time
13 Fit Log Calendar
14 Fit Log Entry Form
15 Fit Log History
16 Charts Students will have the ability to see their exercise time and health data in a colorful and visual format. Activity Time Steps Fitness Testing Scores Height Weight Resting Heart Rate Percent Body Fat Body Mass Index
17 Charts Page Activity Time
18 Charts Page Health Data
19 Goal Setting This function was designed to help students strategically t plan to improve activity it habits. Educates students on S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely) goals Students create goals using the following criteria: Goal Name, Goal Type, Goal, Current Ability, Target Date Our design allows students to set small incremental goals in order to continually improve their physical activity.
20 Add a New Goal
21 My Goals
22 The Teacher Account Ability to manage classes View and monitor student accounts Online Bulletin Board
23 Classes Page From the classes page a teacher can: Create Classes View Class Roster Export Class Roster (Excel) Remove Students from Class
25 Class Roster From this page teachers can click c on student t names to view their information. Click here to view a Click here to view a student s information.
26 Monitor Student Accounts
27 Bulletin Board Teachers have ability to post various class materials: Self Assessments Homework Test Reviews Health and Fitness Articles Non-Participation Assignments Instructional Video Clips
28 Class Board
29 Student Benefits Multidimensional Results CDC and American Heart Association Findings
30 Multidimensional Results Behavioral Behavior modification research states the need for self monitoring and goal setting, both of which are available to students through the use of DFL. Cognitive Cognitive understanding of exercise types, the amount of physical activity necessary, as well as the cognitive application of self assessment and strategically planning for change through the use of goal setting. Affective Can see success through increased participation rather then increased fitness levels. As activity increases, student charts will grow.
31 CDC & AHA Findings "Children and adolescents should do 60 minutes (1 hour) or more of physical activity each day." (CDC) Staying fit reduces major risk factors for children and adolescents. "One study of 5- to 17-year-olds found that 70% of obese children had at least one risk factor for cardiovascular disease and 39% of obese children had at least two risk factors." (CDC) Physical activity helps students fight childhood obesity which according to the CDC plagues 16% of U.S. children. Since 1980, obesity rates for children have tripled. (CDC) According to the American Heart Association, "Physical activityit also helps psychologically. It reduces feelings of depression and anxiety, improves mood and promotes a sense of well-being." (American Heart).
32 Teacher Benefits Reinforcement of Curriculum Virginia Standards of Learning (Slides 34-36) Journal of Physical Education Recreation and Dance (JOPERD)
33 Reinforcement of Curriculum By utilizing this technology in order to facilitate student learning outside of school, you can help combat the lack of teacher-pupil contact time. Allows students to: Assess their physical activity habits Strategically plan for change Track their progress These three key elements help reinforce your physical activity curriculum in a simple and cost effective manner, better than any other technology offered to schools.
34 Virginia Standards of Learning Grades Personal Fitness 2.3 The student will identify and participate in physical activities that promote aerobic capacity, muscular strength, endurance, and flexibility. 3.3 The student will engage in a variety of moderate and vigorous physical activities and describe how and why the body responds to the activities (e.g., physiological changes such as sweating, increased heart rate, increased respiration). 4.3 The student will correlate regular participation in physical activity with various components of fitness and improvement in fitness and skill development. a) Identify the components of health-related fitness (e.g., aerobic capacity, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, body composition). b) Apply data from a standardized health-related fitness assessment to determine personal fitness goals. c) Apply the FITT (Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type) principle of training to implement personal fitness goals. 5.4 The student will use personal fitness assessment data to enhance understanding of physical fitness. a) Identify sources for data collection (e.g., print materials, community resources, heart rate monitors, Internet, pedometers, skin fold calipers). b) Analyze fitness data to describe and improve personal fitness levels (e.g., apply data to own plan for improvement in at least two components of health-related fitness). Physical Education Standards of Learning
35 Virginia Standards of Learning Grades Personal Fitness 6.3 The student will use personal fitness tools and data to improve physical fitness. a) Use measurement and assessment tools and data (e.g., criterion-referencedreferenced health-related fitness standards, Internet, software data-management systems, heart-rate monitors, pedometers, skin fold calipers) to develop goals for improvement in at least two fitness components. b) Describe and apply basic principles of training (e.g., FITT [Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type], overload, progression) and their relationship to implementing safe and progressive personal fitness programs. 7.3 The student will apply concepts and principles of training to improve physical fitness. b) Develop a comprehensive personal fitness plan, including goals, strategies, and timeline, for improving at least three self-selected components of health-related fitness. c) Use a variety of resources, including available technology, to monitor fitness improvement. d) Analyze the relationships among physical activity, calorie intake, and body composition. 8.4 The student will apply self-assessment skills to improve or maintain personal fitness. a) Self-assess level of physical activity and personal fitness on all components of health-related fitness, and develop a plan, including goals, strategies, and timeline, for maintenance or improvement. c) Use a variety of resources, including available technology, to assess, monitor, and improve personal fitness. e) Monitor heart rate before, during, and after vigorous physical activity. Physical Education Standards of Learning
36 Virginia Standards of Learning Grades Personal Fitness 9.3 The student will demonstrate achievement and maintenance of a health-enhancing level of personal fitness by designing, implementing, self-assessing, and modifying a personal fitness program. a) Demonstrate program-planning skills by setting goals, devising strategies, and making timelines for a personal physical activity plan. b) Apply the FITT (Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type) principle and other principles of training such as overload, specificity, and progression, in accordance with personal goals. d) Use a variety of resources, including available technology, to assess, design, and evaluate a personal fitness plan The student will demonstrate the ability to independently apply basic principles of training and scientific concepts and principles to increase physical activity and improve personal fitness. b) Use a variety of resources, including available technology, to analyze, assess, and improve physical activity and personal fitness. Physical Education Standards of Learning
37 JOPERD January 2009 issue, Author Grant Hill published a clinical study: The creation of the Hierarchy of Independent Physical Activity Helps students transition from physical inactivity to physical activity leadership roles The First Level of the Hierarchy Requires students to document their daily physical activity in a journal, log, or homework calendar Teachers can make sure that students are meeting the minimum activity-level standards Students can set goals and monitor their performance in relation to those goals
38 Children's Privacy Dailyfitlog.com, LLC is a licensee of the TRUSTe Children s Online Privacy Seal Program. TRUSTe is an independent organization whose mission is to build user s trust and confidence in the Internet by promoting the use of fair information practices. The Federal Trade Commission has approved TRUSTe Children s Privacy Seal Program as a Child Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Safe Harbor program. Backed by strict requirements, the TRUSTe Children s Seal certifies that DFL is compliant with the COPPA rule letting parents know that their kids information is safe. Some other websites that use TRUSTe include Walt Disney Internet Group, The NFL, Yahoo! and Leapfrog Enterprises. Click here to visit our page at TRUSTe.com.
39 Security DFL operates with a valid Secure Socket Layer certificate t (SSL). A SSL certificate is used for the server authentication, data encryption, and message integrity checks. With a valid SSL certificate, your internet communications are transmitted in encrypted form. DFL has installed a Cisco PIX 506E External DFL has installed a Cisco PIX 506E External Firewall on our dedicated server to ensure your school s information is safe and secure.
40 Frequently Asked Questions How much does this program cost? How do you generate revenue? How do you import students? Can students in my school view each other s information? Who has access to the student accounts? How do I register my school?
41 How much does this program cost? The DFL Program is free of charge.
42 How do you generate revenue? In place of annual costs, the site will contain advertisements and sponsorships of third party products and services that will be consistent with those displayed on other websites where access is generally offered to children. DFL will monitor and have full control of all advertisements and sponsorships displayed on the site. Our goal is to only display advertisements that meet the Children s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) standards. For a complete overview of the CARU Guidelines, please visit
43 Who has access to the Student Accounts? The only users with access to your students information will be the users that your school or district designates through the creation of your Teacher, School and District Admin Accounts. Any DailyFitlog.com user registered with a different school or district will NOT have access to any information associated with your school or district through the use of our site.
44 How do I create Student Accounts? Creating student accounts is as simple as attaching a file to an . Simply upload an Excel document saved as a CSV file with your students first and last names. Once uploaded, the site will instantly create the usernames with passwords. The only work necessary for teachers is to distribute the login credentials to students.
45 Can students in my school view each other s information? No. DFL recognizes the privacy interests of children and has designed our site so only the authorized teachers and school personnel in your school or district have access to a student s information.
46 How do I register my school? You can register your school or district with DailyFitLog.com using our easy 3 step online registration process: 1) Request an Activation Code 2) Enter your Activation Code on DFL s Registration page 3) Complete our online registration form Once completed, you will receive an regarding your initial login information for DailyFitLog.com!
47 For more information or to register your school or district, please contact: il
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