This is the youtube clip I used in my HPE lesson today (which had no sound of course). I had been filming the year 5 students over the past few weeks using the slow motion app and today they got the opportunity to compare their skill in relation to a professional athlete.
While watching the 8 minute video which I put together the year 5 students completed the following form.
What did I do well? What can I improve on?
I was extremely happy with my mentor’s feedback, and of course with how enthusiastic and effort the students went into this lesson. It was actually amazing at how much their jumps improved. When the students could see what they were doing, they had a better opportunity to understand and recognize what it felt like when they were hearing “that looks good” or “you need to get your arms up.” This article goes into some more detail about the benefits of implementing video analysis into your lessons.
Tomorrow I will be using stopwatches with year 4 and physical activity pictures with preps. So I am looking forward to seeing the results, and how this impacts and improves the students learning.