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PESA - The PE and Sports Assessment Tool

PESA is a game changing tool for the assessment of Physical Education and Sports

PESA is a game changing tool for the assessment of Physical Education and Sports

PESA - The PE and Sports Assessment Tool

by Kevin Peake
PESA - The PE and Sports Assessment Tool
PESA - The PE and Sports Assessment Tool
PESA - The PE and Sports Assessment Tool

What is it about?

PESA is a game changing tool for the assessment of Physical Education and Sports.

PESA - The PE and Sports Assessment Tool

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
19Mb
Genre
Sports Education
Last updated
January 27, 2016
Release date
November 30, 2015
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App Store Description

PESA is a game changing tool for the assessment of Physical Education and Sports.

Allowing teachers and students to assess in three easy steps; a starting point, setting

expected progress and finally assessing a person’s end progress.

This App allows users too;

-- Select age appropriate report cards

-- Edit and personalise

-- View detailed assessment guidelines in over 20 different activities and areas

-- See the level at which someone starts

-- Set the expected level of progress

-- Set individual targets to help the user meet their expected progress

-- Assess the final level someone has achieved

-- Allows users to see whether someone met the progress they were expected to

make or whether they exceeded set targets

-- Save report cards to edit later

-- Export report cards to others

This App makes the process of assessment personal, informative and specific to the

individual.

It can be used to assess all students/people in your group or used can be used as an

exceptional intervention tool to push on high achievers or to improve attainment

amongst those whose progress may have slowed.