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Restorative Practice in PE

Discussion in 'US – Staffroom' started by julesh3577, Oct 15, 2017.

  1. julesh3577

    julesh3577 New commenter

    I was wondering what other teachers do when students do not change for class. At my school, students are graded everyday on a 5 point scale (2 points changing, 2 points for participating in the main activity and 1 point for the warmup). I do not believe in assigning detention but my partner does. Does anyone use restorative practices? I do call parents but I work in an urban school where many parents are uninterested with their child's PE grade. Any suggestions would help
  2. JamesHBurns

    JamesHBurns New commenter

    You are right detention is not the best idea. However having the student do make up classes to raise their grade might help. They do stay after but have to change and participate in a gym related activity. That is if they care about their gym grade. And they should.

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