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Martin Burrett

Maths learned best when children move - 1 views

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    "Children improve at maths when instruction engages their own bodies. This is one of the findings from a recent study coming from the University of Copenhagen's Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports. The results also document that children require individualised learning strategies."
Martin Burrett

Ticket to Tokyo Trampolining Assessment Card by @MrMillsPE - 0 views

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    "Used mainly for Y7 personally, use the ticket throughout lessons so students can see and share improvement. Can use traffic light colours to also show progress."
Martin Burrett

Active Tech by @ICTMagic - 1 views

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    Technology is often lambasted for creating lazy, passive cyber couched-potatoes. While the hours we endure bathed in flickering pixel light, slumped in a variety of contorted lurching positions over the input device of our choice is hardly the recipe for a healthy body. Yet, technology is becoming ever more part of our active lives and it is also spilling out into the 'real' world. As teachers, we can insist technology, or we can make it part of our classroom repertoire for PE and beyond.
Martin Burrett

Sworkit - 7 views

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    A great random workout generator. Choose the type of exercise and set the timer between 5-60 minutes. This could be used as a 5 minute challenge in a sports lesson. The site works well on mobile devices, but there are apps for Apple and Android devices to download. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Sports+%26+Fitness
Martin Burrett

Extreme Snowboarding - 7 views

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    If you are still waiting for snow this Christmas, practise snowboarding with this great game. Perform tricks to impress the judges. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Winter+%26+Christmas
Arthur Preston

Soccer gets what soccer wants | Barrie Bramley - 4 views

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    A lesson from the FIFA World Cup - good discussion starter
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