16-19 PE Qualifications

The following links will provide useful reading for our session on 16-19 PE qualifications:

Engaging A-Level Physiology – A Level Physical Education Blog

Using technology to get the maximum outcomes for A Level Practical Assessment – A Level Physical Education Blog

Extended Answer Advice – A Level Physical Education Blog

GCSE PE Theory lesson ideas – Ben Pollard

A-Level PE Revision Comics – @MrAtkinsPE

Exam technique Command Words – A Level Physical Education Blog

Advertisements

14-16 PE Qualifications Survey

We asked the PE Twitter Community to provide our students with some feedback on 14-16 PE qualifications.

Thanks to those teachers that gave up some of their time to complete the survey.

If you haven’t yet completed the survey you can still do so here.

The results are below:

You can access a full version of the spreadsheet here.

14-16 PE Qualifications

The links below provide useful reading for 14-16 PE Qualifications:

Can I be that little bit better at…..designing a better GCSE curriculum? Part 1 – David Fawcett

Can I be that little bit better at…..improving the quality of students writing in my lessons? – David Fawcett

The ‘Great Big SOLO and PBL Mash-up’ Part 1 – David Fawcett

PE4Learning Theory Ideas – PE4Learning

2p table football and song parodies – GCSEPE Blog

Final term, what have we been doing… S.E.E boxes – GCSEPE Blog

Almost half the year gone – What we have been doing……. – GCSEPEBlog

New group, new start, what we have been doing…… – GCSEPE Blog

Death by Past Paper Question and the Birth of Past Paper Poker! – GCSEPE Blog

The Team Sky Approach to GCSE PE – Marginal Gains in every lesson – GCSEPE Blog

Progression Check Grids – PE4Learning

Flipped Learning Mat – PE4Learning

Marking by Co-ordinates – BTEC Sport Blog

BTEC Sport Revision made interesting and relevant – BTEC Sport Blog

Wheel of Misfortune – BTEC Sport Blog

Differentiation

The links below are useful reading articles as we look at Differentiation.

Can I be that little bit better at…..understanding why I might be getting differentiation wrong – David Fawcett

Provision for the ‘More Able’ pupils in P.E – Tom Brush

Dealing with Day-to-day Differentiation – Tom Sherrington

Great Lessons 4: Differentiation – Tom Sherrington

Gifted and Talented provision: a total philosophy – Tom Sherrington

Teach to the Top – Tom Sherrington

The Anatomy of High Expectations – Tom Sherrington

Differentiation – Some classroom strategies – Shaun Allison

Differentiation – 15 Minute Forum – Shaun Allison

Differentiation – Shaun Allison

The dangers of differentiation…and what to do about them – Andy Tharby

Differentiation: making possible the impossible – Andy Tharby

Differentiating the responsive way – Andy Tharby

Differentiation: Are high expectations enough? – David Didau

Practical differentiation: high expectations and the art of making mistakes – David Didau

Building challenge: differentiation that’s quick and works – David Didau

So, what does ‘gifted’ mean anyway? – David Didau

SEND Code of Practice 2014 – Amjad Ali

Differentiation – Amjad Ali

Inclusion… by @ASTSupportaali – Amjad Ali

The 2014 SEN framework – Chris Chivers

Take Five Children – Chris Chivers

SEND reform 2014, a gentle reminder – Chris Chivers

Differentiating Differentiation – Chris Chivers

Differentiation or delimitation? – Dan Brinton

Improving stretch and challenge – Dan Brinton

Ofsted: too many of our brightest children are being let down in the state system – Ofsted

A Rough Guide To Differentiation – Chris Moyse

Differentiation – Top 10 strategies – Garry Littlewood

iClevedon website

Curriculum Design

Use the links below to navigate to some useful reading material on curriculum design.

Can I be that little bit better at…..designing a better GCSE curriculum? Part 1 – David Fawcett

Can I be that little better at……using cognitive science/psychology/neurology to plan learning? – David Fawcett

Do I want a lesson to go wrong? – Daniel Edwards

What makes a great school curriculum? – Joe Kirby

One scientific insight for curriculum design – Joe Kirby

A Grand Day Out With Hattie & Waters – Shaun Allinson

Spacing and Interleaving – Shaun Allinson

DESIGNING A NEW CURRICULUM – WHAT ARE YOUR ‘BIG IDEAS’? – Alex Quigley

A CREATIVE CURRICULUM FIT FOR 2013 AND BEYOND – Alex Quigley

The best laid schemes of work & learning – David Didau

Redesigning a curriculum – David Didau

The problem with progress Part 2: Designing a curriculum for learning – David Didau

The problem with progress Part 3: Designing lessons for learning – David Didau

Do I want a lesson to go wrong? – Daniel Edwards

TRYING, AND PERHAPS FAILING, TO DESIGN A GREAT HISTORY CURRICULUM – Harry Fletcher-Wood

DETAILED PLANNING, POWERFUL LEARNING: WHAT DO I WANT STUDENTS TO REMEMBER ABOUT THE BRITISH EMPIRE? – Harry Fletcher-Wood

Designing a new post-levels curriculum and assessment model from scratch – Dan Brinton

Using cognitive science to inform curriculum design – Dan Brinton