MARKING AND REPORTING PUPIL PROGRESS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
AbstractOne of the most persistent and frustrating tasks that the physical educator faces today is that of marking and grading pupil progress. Most schools require marks in physical education and certainly pupils and parents are interested in grades. However, the matter of reporting value judgments regarding the status and progress of students at regular intervals throughout the year is fraught with many perplexing difficulties.
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