#PhysEdSummit 2.0 – Call For Presenters

The #PhysEdSummit Needs You!!!! The PE community has spoken. The #PhysEdSummit topics have been chosen and now we need YOU, the leaders of the physical education community! If you are interested in facilitating a session please fill out the form below by December 14th:  #PhysEdSummit Call for Presenters Form We want our facilitators to think “outside the box”. This is not your normal #PhysEd conference! Please keep in mind PHYSEDagogy’s mission… exploring best practices in physical education. How are you going to model this? What innovative strategies will you use to model great… Read More

Using GAFE for efficient #PhysEd assessment and feedback loops part 2: Viva docAppender!

I mentioned in part 1 that docAppender was a real superstar.  That was no hyperbole.  In this tutorial, I will show you what excites me the most about docAppender.  The ability to track student growth over time with video and student feedback.  This is what I did with Autocrat last year and while I feel it was successful, each feedback merge was its own separate document and it was rather labor intensive.  This is no longer necessary with docAppender. Viva docAppender!

Using GAFE for efficient #PhysEd assessment and feedback loops part 1: Doctopus + docAppender/Goobric

As most of you know, I’m not currently in the Physical Education classroom, so I haven’t actually tested this type of assessment loop in practice. I am hoping that you will and give me feedback! However, this represents my best reflective thinking in how I would like to approach some of the problems that I experienced last year with creating a truly student driven, efficient system for assessment and feedback.