VLOG 8: Assessing toward the physically active life

This VLOG considers and gives some examples of how assessment could be tailored toward promoting the physically active life. It considers how assessment could be approached more broadly and focussed on physical, cognitive, social, and affective domains. Examples are given from create development, blendspace, and the assessment pro application. With assessment without levels (or grades) being a prominent focus in the UK at the moment, further suggestions and ideas are welcomed.

Further information from the discussions in this VLOG can be found through the following sources:

Dudley, D.A. (In Press). An observable model of physical literacy. The Physical Educator, 73(1). (author can be contacted via Twitter @DeanDudley)

Hamblin, D. (2014). Physical education assessment from 2014: assessing without limits. Research in Teacher Education, 14, 2, 25-33

Create development: http://www.createdevelopment.co.uk (can be contacted via Twitter @Create_Dev_)

Blendspace: https://www.blendspace.com

Easy Assessment Pro: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/easy-assessment-rubric-creation/id489279817?mt=8 & https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.thepegeekapps.easyassessment&hl=en

 

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