This type of assessment guides your instruction. Formative assessment helps teachers identify skills and concept that students are having trouble acquiring in physical education. The goal of this diagnostic tool is to collect information that can help improve instruction which student learning is occurring.
Teacher Observation Checklists
The educator observes students skill development and check to make sure students are grasping all critical cues for instruction. The teacher then can use the tool to help students that are struggling with comprehension of skill/concept.
Cue Checklist Rubric Template
Exit Activity For Understanding
Using whiteboard for formative assessments at the end of a lesson. Students mark their skill level based upon skills rubric posted on wall. Students initial their level of understanding and helps educator check for understanding.
#PhysEd Bake Shop Rubric Signs
Pinch cards allow for quick checks while skill development is going on in the class. The student pinches the answer of a multiple choice question, true or false question or by pinching got it or needs help. This tool can be placed against the wall or placed in a students pocket.
Multi-Grade Pinch Card
Students think about their learning process and reflect on what they are doing well or struggling with during the class period.
OPENPhysEd.org (Online Physical Education Curriculum)
Peer assessment allows students to use one another as learning resources. The students help each other development understanding of skills and concepts by helping each other learning proper progressions.