Another Great Post from PHYSEDAGOGY!


In my journey to use the 30 minutes of allotted Physical Education time most efficiently, I have always tinkered with various ways to assess my students. Assessment is a vital part of Physical Education. As teachers we need to know where students are. Once we know student levels we can then create plans (lessons) to get them to where they need to be.

These five ways I use in order to save time but still gather the data I need for student growth.

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