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

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

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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