We might not know the answers to how things will go this year or even what we will have to prepare for tomorrow, next week, or next month. But we do know the power of quality physical education and we know what that looks like. And that does not change whether we are in person, online, distanced, or anything in between.
In order to monitor students in their at-home PE settings, we have created an At-Home PE Tracking Page. What this tracking page allows coaches to do is stay up to date with the day to day of their students and any activities/lessons/challenges/etc. they are sending their way.
As teachers plan for or begin implementation of a distance learning approach for PE, no single answer or approach is perfect. However, thinking through the following 5 questions may help guide your perspective and planning for distance learning for students and families:
Whether face to face or online, PLCs are extremely beneficial as they help us maintain a focus on increasing student achievement, provide opportunities to analyze data, add strategies and resources to our pedagogical toolbox, and share information about what is and isn’t working, all in a safe collaborative setting.