Supporting professional judgement in physical education – Exemplification videos
How to use this exemplar to improve practice?
This resource is designed to support practitioners in their understanding of the Significant Aspects of Learning in PE. The resource may also help:
- provide a focus for professional dialogue involving a group of staff within or across establishments;
provide a focus for dialogue involving parents;
- identify the range of work which exemplifies a SAL;
There is not an expectation that practitioners will replicate the activities highlighted in the video clips for learners in their own establishment.
In addition, when viewing the video clips, it should be recognised that while they ‘signpost’ a particular aspect of learning they also capture more than just the intended sequences. Consideration of this should be part of the professional dialogue which is generated by the clips.
The video clips can be used in conjunction with the Benchmarks to support teachers to understand standards and identify children's and young people's next steps in learning.
Moderation is the way in which practitioners arrive at a shared understanding of standards and expectations.
Moderation takes place at local, regional and national levels, including:
- teachers and practitioners at the same curriculum level;
- across a school or setting;
- across a group of schools/settings;
- within local authorities;
- through regional groups;
- via national groups.
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This section covers: kinaesthetic awareness, balance and control, coordination and fluency, rhythm and timing, and gross and fine motor skills.
You can see the supporting text by clicking on the YouTube logo in the bottom right corner of the video player. The supporting text is also available in the PDF below.
Clicking on the menu icon in the top left corner of the video player allows you to skip to a particular video within the playlist.
Balance and control
Coordination and fluency
Rhythm and timing
Gross and fine motor skills
This section covers: problem solving, focus and concentration, decision making, creativity, cue recognition, prioritising, multi-processing, sequential thinking.
Focus and concentration
This section covers: motivation, confidence and self-esteem, determination and resilience, responsibility and leadership, respect and tolerance, communication.
Confidence and self-esteem
Determination and resilience
Responsibility and leadership
Respect and tolerance
This section covers: stamina, speed, core stability and strength, and flexibility.