Integrating Technology: Authentic Assessment in Physical Education

by SPARK


How do you assess your students?  Do you measure effort by their attendance, participation, behavior, or whether or not they dress out?  Why not use assessment tools that accurately measure student involvement and physical activity levels?

Using technology in physical education can be a powerful motivational and evaluative tool.  Don’t miss our upcoming webinar “Integrating Technology: Authentic Assessment in Physical Education” if you want to learn how to incorporate authentic assessment using pedometers, heart rate monitors and iPads to measure student progress.

Attendees will learn:

  • Benefits of using technology in physical education
  • Examples of technology currently being used in schools
  • Sample assessments for measuring student progress
  • Where to look for funding to add technology to your program

When: Wednesday, October 13th at 3pm Pacific, 6pm Eastern

Who: Grades PreK-12 teachers and administrators, PE specialists, after school and early childhood teachers and staff

Duration: 45 minutes

Cost: Free!

Registration: Click Here to register

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  • Terra Wyatt

    What kind of “ipad” is best to purchase for assessments and rubic scoring for elementary students?

  • Jbwencius

    I think using technology to assess PE is a great concept especially with all the cool products on the market today. Using a pedometer, and heart rate monitors are great ways to calculate and to keep track of ones health but to actually be graded on stats like this versus the overall completion of the class which involves attendance, participation, and knowledge could be seen as discouraging and cause further altercations to rise.

  • Jbwencius

    I think using technology to assess PE is a great concept especially with all the cool products on the market today. Using a pedometer, and heart rate monitors are great ways to calculate and to keep track of ones health but to actually be graded on stats like this versus the overall completion of the class which involves attendance, participation, and knowledge could be seen as discouraging and cause further altercations to rise.