Introduction to PE: UK BA Level 4
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CAPTAINS of this Introduction to PE LearningWheel are...
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Rebecca Foster (@Becs_Foster) Senior Lecturer for Adapted Physical Education - University of Worcester
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Rachael Bullingham (@BullinghamPE) Senior Lecturer for Physical Education - University of Worcester
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In each or any of the modes of engagement add your... WHAT (tech) HOW (how you use it) WHY (purpose)
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LEARNING CONTENT
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Educators add your suggestions for using digital resources eg. VLE, ISSUU, TED, Blendspace... to provide/facilitate your LEARNING CONTENT (Lectures, subject knowledge)
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Keep it short - type within the restraints of the box eg. 1 line/80 characters maxYour name and organisation
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1Use Infographic PICKTOCHART to display bleep test results in a visual + meaningful way.@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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2Explore FLIPBOARD for collating all your sporting sources of interests in one place@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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3Visit http://www.scoop.it/u/debmillar to source emerging edtech apps@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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4Use TEDTalks to engage in critcial discussions about pedagogy linked to personal philosophy@Becs_Foster, University of Worcester
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5Use MENDELEY to save, organise and annotate journal articles@bullinghamPE, University of Worcester
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6Present resource cards using COMIC LIFE or WORDFOTO@bullinghamPE, University of Worcester
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Use of PADLET with students to search , share and analyse articles relating to issues in PE
@karenbroughton , University of Worcester
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8Add notes, vids, links to make your images come alive with THINGLINK. @Alison_Cambs, Open University
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9Curate all social networks + sources of interests in one place with FLIPBOARD@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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10Use GRAMMARLY to enhance students academic writing@TDRowledge Southampton Uni
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ASSESSMENT
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Educators add your suggestions for using digital resources eg VLE, Socrative, Quizlet, Pinterest, Blogs... to ASSESS your Learners. (Quiz, gapped handout, tasks...)
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Keep it short - keep it within the restraints of the box eg. 1 line/80 characters maxYour name and organisation
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Engage + assess students with NEARPOD multimedia activities – polls, quizzes + memory tests
@sir8DoT, University of Exeter
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2Assessing student process with online tests on the VLE@BullinghamPE, University of Worcester
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Use KAHOOT or TURNING POINT to allow secret polls to enhance honest and open opinions in seminar discussions
@Becs_Foster, University of Worcester
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Use PADLET for rral time assessment student place answers on the board and they go live
@TedfordDanielle
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5Enable feedback to performers using COACH'S EYE@Becs_Foster, University of Worcester
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Use SWOT CANVAS for real-time SWOT analysis assessment in practical sessions.
@karenwilliamsPE, University of Worcester
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Gather dynamic student feedback instantly using MENTIMETER Word Cloud features
@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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To use INFOGRAPHICS as a way to share an assessment on what HQPE should look like
@Becs_Foster, University of Worcester
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Learn what Apps I use in my practice http://mradampe.com/2017/01/lets-be-appy/
@mradampe, MrAdamPE.com
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COMMUNICATION
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Educators add your suggestions for using digital resources eg Dragon Dicitation, LinkedIn, Twitter, Skype, Yammer... to COMMUNICATE (any platform) with your Learners.
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Keep it short - keep it within the restraints of the box eg. 1 line/80 characters maxYour name and organisation
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1Curate tweets from module topic discussions on Twitter using STORIFY@andyeachus, salfordcc
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2Use QR CODE Generator to create send out calendar events for sporting comps@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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3DRAGON DICTATION app allows students to use speech to text@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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Live stream with PERISCOPE to showcase live competitions and events with your community
@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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5Use HOOTSUITE to organise social media outlets@BullinghamPE, University of Worcester
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6Use the BANNER APP to get quick messages out to a group while you are busy!@BullinghamPE, University of Worcester
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7Use YAMMER for learning conversations of any kind.@helenhopey, University of Worcester
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8Use of YAMMER to critically review Government publications@karenbroughton , University of Worcester
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9Live stream with PERISCOPE to connect with remote participants during events@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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10Create a WHATSAPP group to facilitate discussion, arrange sessions, events@DebKellsey, Salford City College
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COLLABORATION
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Educators add your suggestions for using digital resources eg GoogleDrive, Mendeley, Twitter... to COLLABORATE with your Learners.
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Create a PADLET to allow students to collate resources, post questions + useful info.
@tmesisthesis, SalfordCC
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2Share bookmarks instantly with created groups with DIIGO.@SueBecks, Sheffield Hallam Uni
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3Plan projects using POPPLET to allocate tasks to team members@sueinasp, Charles Darwin University
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4Sharing ideas for practical lessons on TWITTER. @bullinghamPE, University of Worcester
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Create a PADLET to allow students to set up a revision wall which becomes a digital textbook
@TedfordDanielle
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6Plan group projects or assessments using STORMBOARD@sir8DoT, University of Exeter
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