AASI Certified Level II
Snowboard Riding
Assessment Form
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Level II
Meets Standards
Does Not Meet Standards
Assessment Scale for Certified Level II:
1
Essential elements were not observed or not present.

2
Essential elements are beginning to appear.

3
Essential elements appear, but not with consistency.

4
Essential elements appear regularly at a satisfactory level.

5
Essential elements appear frequently, above required level.

6
Essential elements appear continuously, at a superior level.
Assessment Criteria
Instructor Decisions & Behavior
Attained
Did Not Attain
Professionalism and Self Management: Contributes to a professional environment by managing their behaviors and emotions in response to others.
(Continual Assessment)
Needs/Safety
Address group and individual needs for belonging.
Behavior Management
Manage behavioral responses.
Section Average: Must be 4 or above to meet Learning Outcome
Riding Performance
Attained
Did Not Attain
Adapts the snowboarding fundamentals to demonstrate specific outcomes.
Integrate Fundamentals
Integrate at least four of the snowboarding fundamentals to achieve desired outcomes.
Individual Fundamentals
Highlight body movements and board performances of individual snowboarding fundamentals.
Versatility
Be versatile, by varying one element of TID (timing, intensity, and duration) to affect desired outcomes.
Speed & Tactics
Adjust speed by altering tactical choices.
Section Average: Must be 4 or above to meet Learning Outcome
Assessment Activities (click to select):
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50-50 S Box/Rail
Aired 180s
Aired Edge Change
Bumps/Off Piste
Carved Turns
Grab or Shifty over Jump
Heel-to-Heel
Nose/Tail Rolls
Pivot Slips
Skidded Turns
Switch Turns
Toe-to-Toe
Transition Feature
Trees/Glades
Highlighted Fundamentals (click to select):
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Control the relationship of the center of mass to the base of support to direct pressure along the length of the board
Control the relationship of the center of mass to the base of support to direct pressure across the width of the board
Control the magnitude of pressure created through the board/surface interaction
Control the board's pivot through flexion/extension and rotation of the body
Control the board's tilt through a combination of inclination and angulation
Control torsional flex of the board using flexion/extension and rotation of the body
This assessment form was last updated on February 4, 2022.