The assessment objectives for GCSE PE

The assessment objectives for GCSE PE

A teaching resource provided by ROSS HOWITT.

Resource Description

This 9 minute piece of training by Ross Howitt allows you to understand the breakdown and integration of the assessment objectives for GCSE PE (September 2016 onwards). The training is appropriate to all boards (AQA OCR EDEXCEL and WJEC) and will provide a concise overview of implications for teaching and learning. The assessment objectives and the demands of extended questions are also covered.
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ROSS HOWITT
Educational consultant
Ross Howitt is an experienced Lead Moderator for a major exam board and provides consultancy to schools on educational matters. He lectures at a University and has produced many published works, books and journals.

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