Category: Theory

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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Teaching #LEVERS for #GCSEPE? Need a different approach to engage your students? @PeActive & @MrAdamPE

Teaching #LEVERS for #GCSEPE ? Need a different approach to engage your students ? Grab your free interactive revision resource here http://bit.ly/2oMk7Y1  created by @PeActive & @MrAdamPE #physed #pegeeks #Ukpechat #pechat #ALEVELPE #SECPE #PE Teaching #LEVERS for #GCSEPE ? Need a different approach to engage your students ? Grab your free interactive revision resource here…
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Learn how to digitise your ‘mock’ exam paper questions in less than 10 minutes @MrAdamPE

Learn how to digitise your ‘mock’ exam paper/questions in less than 10 minutes. Saving you time! Step by Step Guide  http://bit.ly/2BpSwBj  #physed #pegeeks #primaryrocks #education #ukedchat #ukpechat #ntchat #GCSEPE #BTECPE #PHYSICAL #GCSE Learn how to digitsise your 'mock' exam paper/questions in less than 10 minutes. Saving you time! Step by Step Guide -> https://t.co/POdcZab1sO #physed…
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Quizlet – Digital Learning in Physical Education by @PETutor

Course description How to Enhance and Transform Student Learning using Quizlet! (Part of the Digital Learning in Physical Education Series) The use of digital technology to enhance and transform teaching and learning is growing rapidly. In this free course you’ll learn how to make the best use of Quizlet to maximise your students’ learning. Quite…
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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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Education Reimagined from The EverLearner & myPEexam

We are really proud to present Education Reimagined, which outlines the vision that we have for education. Education Reimagined clearly sets out our philosophy in a unique, simple and refreshing way and goes into detail about how a classroom teacher can revolutionise the learning experience for young people. After outlining the factors which we believe…
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Join the #openCPD Twitter Chat | Social Media, Young People, Health and Wellbeing: Risks and Opportunities

Aims This chat will present new evidence from research funded by the Wellcome Trust on the risk-related impacts of social media on young people’s health and wellbeing, drawn from over 1000 UK adolescents. This Twitter chat is relevant to teachers, parents/guardians, health professionals/practitioners and wellbeing services. Flyer Questions 1. What are the risk-related impacts of…
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Exam Trends Since 2012 Edexcel, OCR, and AQA GCSE PE from @My_PE_Exam

PE Exam Skills – Trends since 2012 from @My_PE_Exam Twitter Links Very, very interesting… Please take a look at this PE TEACHERS. @PE4Learning @ImSporticus @thePEcircle @The_EverLearner pic.twitter.com/XhmmumPS2J — My PE EXAM (@My_PE_EXAM) April 9, 2017 Made this just for me but I think colleagues might find it interesting….#pegeeks @PE4Learning @ImSporticus @thePEcircle @The_EverLearner pic.twitter.com/UkPxS7P5wu — My…
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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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Bridging the gap at Key Stage Three and Four for GCSE/BTEC PE @TeacherTriangle

By @TeacherTriangle at www.teachertriangle.com The key stage three PE whiteboard design below was developed to help: Improve consistency of teaching and learning across the department. Reduce planning time for staff. Improve differentiated questioning for staff and student leaders.  Drip-feed GCSE/BTEC content (1% philosophy). Drip-feed mindset development (mental toughness and resilience). Bring simplicity to ‘life without levels‘ for…
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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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