September 26, 2022

Co-Constructing Success Criteria in Physical Education

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🎯 Using success criteria in your teaching is a high-leverage practice that has a significant effect on student learning. By building success criteria in partnership with your students, you can help increase student ownership, motivation, and engagement.

That said, how can we bring this practice into a physical education setting? What are the steps to follow and how can we adapt them to meet the realities of teaching physical education?

These are the questions that I do my best to answer in this week's episode of The #PhysEd Show Podcast!

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Joey Feith
Joey Feith is a physical education teacher based out of Nova Scotia and the founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com.
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