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With effective planning for differentiation the more able child will be challenged both physically and cognitively. For the less able child they have been set activities where they know they can be successful. With good differentiation, the teacher will notice that the children are more engaged in their learning and as a result there is likely to be less incidents of low level disruption and they will make good progress. Who is this for? This module is ideal for primary school teachers that deliver physical education lessons, or coaches working in the curriculum. What will I learn? You will ‘learn by doing’ by making decisions in real-life online scenarios and seeing the consequences of those decisions. At the end of this course you will be more able to design tailored term plans and lessons suited to needs of the children and any school’s ethos, curriculum/ curriculum drivers.     How long does it take? This engaging and affordable piece of bite-sized learning can easily fit into your busy teaching schedules. This course is self-paced and lasts approximately 40 minutes. You will be able to access it whenever you want, at a time that fits in with your lifestyle. Who wrote the course? We worked with subject expert Rachel Mackinney to combine expertise on physical education, digital and learning design to create this entertaining course. Where do I get help? Our experienced advisors are on hand should you need any help with navigating through the course. Accessibility If you have a visual impairment, we have designed the course to work with screen readers. Read More

In a lesson with good organisational planning the children will find themselves on task for longer and as a result activity levels tend to be higher. The teacher will notice less incidents of low level disruption due to minimal time spent waiting. In this course, you will discover some practical ideas for getting the equipment for your lesson, setting up the next activity, demonstrating activities, and getting pupils into groups.  Who is this for? This module is ideal for primary school teachers that deliver physical education lessons, or coaches working in the curriculum. What will I learn? You will ‘learn by doing’ by making decisions in real-life online scenarios and seeing the consequences of those decisions. At the end of this course you will be more able to effectively plan the transitions between activities. How long does it take? This engaging and affordable piece of bite-sized learning can easily fit into your busy teaching schedules. This course is self-paced and lasts approximately 40 minutes. You will be able to access it whenever you want, at a time that fits in with your lifestyle. Who wrote the course? We worked with subject expert Rachel Mackinney to combine expertise on physical education, digital and learning design to create this entertaining course. Where do I get help? Our experienced advisors are on hand should you need any help with navigating through the course. Accessibility If you have a visual impairment, we have designed the course to work with screen readers. Read More

Without ongoing assessment planning is superficial and may lead to insufficient challenge, particularly for the more able pupils.  Teachers who regularly use assessment for learning strategies will find that children develop their skills as an independent performer who eventually will be able to identify their own strengths and weakness. In this course, you will discover how to use regular summative assessments to monitor progress, set targets and inform their planning of subsequent lessons. Who is this for? This module is ideal for primary school teachers that deliver physical education lessons, or coaches working in the curriculum. What will I learn? You will ‘learn by doing’ by making decisions in real-life online scenarios and seeing the consequences of those decisions. At the end of this course you will be more able to plan how you might implement an assessment strategy into your PE lessons, and how you would evaluate the success of the strategy. How long does it take? This engaging and affordable piece of bite-sized learning can easily fit into your busy teaching schedules. This course is self-paced and lasts approximately 40 minutes. You will be able to access it whenever you want, at a time that fits in with your lifestyle. Who wrote the course? We worked with subject expert Rachel Mackinney to combine expertise on physical education, digital and learning design to create this entertaining course. Where do I get help? Our experienced advisors are on hand should you need any help with navigating through the course. Accessibility If you have a visual impairment, we have designed the course to work with screen readers. Read More

The idea of competition in PE teaching brings out strong feelings both for and against. The National Curriculum states that children should have the opportunity to compete because this helps them build character and embeds values such as fairness and respect.  In this course, you will discover some practical ideas to plan competitive activities that foster co-operation, teamwork and altruism. Who is this for? This module is ideal for primary school teachers that deliver physical education lessons, or coaches working in the curriculum. What will I learn? You will ‘learn by doing’ by making decisions in real-life online scenarios and seeing the consequences of those decisions. At the end of this course you will be more able to give the pupils opportunities to practise competing in team based ways that don't expose the less able. You will also be well prepared to explicitly handle the emotions raised by competition. How long does it take? This engaging and affordable piece of bite-sized learning can easily fit into your busy teaching schedules. This course is self-paced and lasts approximately 40 minutes. You will be able to access it whenever you want, at a time that fits in with your lifestyle. Who wrote the course? We worked with subject expert Rachel Mackinney to combine expertise on physical education, digital and learning design to create this entertaining course. Where do I get help? Our experienced advisors are on hand should you need any help with navigating through the course. Accessibility If you have a visual impairment, we have designed the course to work with screen readers. Read More

Coach with confidence: Learn how to plan, deliver and evaluate coaching sessions effectively The ‘How to Coach: Plan, Do, Review’ eLearning module helps you understand the principles behind well organised coaching sessions. Learning about the principles of planning, delivering and evaluating coaching sessions will help you become a more effective coach and always enable your participants to progress and meet their goals. Within the eLearning, you’ll be able to: download a session planning template download an action planning template, which can help you reflect on your coaching practice and set goals for the future print out all the notes you make on the course, to support you in your future coaching. Plus, you will be able to print out a certificate confirming you have completed the course. Who is it for? The course is aimed at both Level 1 and Level 2 coaches who need to understand the principles of the coaching process (plan, do, review). It is also a good introductory course if you are thinking of becoming a coach as you’ll get a good idea of what’s involved in coaching. Read More

Pick up vital skills and confidence to encourage better behaviour Is lateness an issue with the participants you coach? Or perhaps you have someone who’s constantly distracting others, and their behaviour is becoming a challenge. There will always be times when the behaviour of participants makes demands on your coaching skills, and this can have a negative impact on your coaching session. The ‘Inspiring Positive Behaviour in Sport’ eLearning module helps you develop your skills in managing disruptive behaviour. It will also challenge you to think about what you deem acceptable behaviour from your participants. Within the eLearning, you’ll be able to print out all the notes you make in the module, to support you in your future coaching. Plus, you will be able to print out a certificate confirming you have completed the course. Who is it for? This course is the perfect continuing personal development (CPD) opportunity for UKCC Level 1 and 2 coaches, activators, leaders and College Sport Makers. Read More

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