Category: A Level

Key Word Picture Frame @PE4Learning

Bring a topic together through the use of the Key Work Picture Frame.  Stimulate thought and response by giving the specification key terminology around the outside and ask the students to apply their knowledge and understanding to the stimulus. Set the topic Set the task Edit the key terms in the picture frame Apply knowledge…
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Introducing theeverlearner.com

Introducing https://t.co/e2qkGo8zp2 Officially launching on Monday 19th Februaryhttps://t.co/SjYJByNXD7 — The Everlearner (@The_EverLearner) February 14, 2018

Twister Revision Idea from @sutton_mpe

Adapted 💡 shared at aqa gcse PE prep event to engage in AO’s. Random topic/key term on white board. Ss in small group spins and verbally give answer to the level the spinner lands. Ss in group feedback and critique answer given. Ss loved it 👍👌👍@ShareLearnTPE @PE4Learning pic.twitter.com/wgFJd8KU8P — Mr Sutton (@sutton_mpe) February 3, 2018

DIY Instructional Videos – Self Paced, Student-Centered Blended Learning Tool @PE4Learning

This very simple guide will hopefully inspire you to make your own instructional videos to share with your students and allow them 24/7 access to you as a learning resource. Record yourself breaking down exam papers, construct a perfect model exam answer or produce small revision videos to later share with your students.  I am…
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Examination PE Tracking and Monitoring Sheet @PE4Learning

Edit and use this theory tracker sheet with your students in examination PE.  The resource is currently set up for A Level OCR PE but can be easily edited using Microsoft PowerPoint. Set specific review points throughout the course and engage in conversation with the student to review the criteria on the sheet and set…
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GClassroom4PE – BRINGING EXAMINATION PE TOGETHER by @MrAdamPE

GClassroom for Physical Education For a while now we have been sharing resources to aid in the teaching and learning of GCSE and A-Level PE. These resources have been used by practitioners across the globe to aid in striving for excellence in their lessons. The resources have been slowly building up inside a shared Google…
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Top 5 TED Talks for Physical Educators @justybubPE

Top 5 TED Talks for Physical Educators Today’s physical educators are continuously seeking opportunities for professional development. One can choose a traditional route of enriching their craft by presenting or simply attending an annual conference. Others may opt to read the most up-to-date books and articles written by true professionals in the field regarding best practices for today’s…
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OCR A LEVEL PE (2016): EAPI – e-Learning Model Example from @hb_field

It’s worth 15% of the exam – don’t leave it to chance! Here’s a detailed interactive spoken example of the EAPI for OCR A LEVEL PE which will enable your students to fully understand the requirements of and prepare thoroughly for this important part of the non examined assessment (NEA). This engaging audio and visual…
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Solo Taxonomy, iPads, e-hexagon learning & Explain Everything @PETutor

Over the past couple of months I’ve become increasingly interested in the concept of solo taxonomy and wish to express my thanks to Pam Hook @arti_choke for the explanation of how the taxonomy is best utilised in teaching and learning and for the excellent resources available on her fine website. Visit her site here. Thanks also…
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BelievePerform – Free Sports Infographics Posters

Download Sports Infographics About BelievePerform In today’s sport, the performance of an elite athlete requires great physical, technical and tactical qualities, though at the top level, these are not enough. Performance psychology is now playing a much larger role in sport and many clubs and teams in over 70 countries across the planet are now…
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Flipped Learning Mat – @PE4Learning

Flipped Learning Mat #FLMat from PE4Learning Version 3.0 Background to Flipped Learning The Aim of the Flipped Learning Mat #FLMat The idea of Flipped Learning is vastly becoming popular to extend learning outside and inside of the classroom.  I have started to set my A Level students videos to watch on certain topics before they come to…
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