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EDEXCEL A level conundrum

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by marra69, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. Having moderated the practical element, I would advise that they surely should complete a post game feedback form or review a video playback of the game and write an action plan to consider for next game. Failing that get an experienced official to write a supporting statement to back up their personal performance in that game, The RFU and the FA are particularly good at assessing officials at most levels. You could if it is a junior game get managers/parents to complete feedback cards that should allow more depth of analysis by your students when analysing their development areas. Hope that helps.


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