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We’re curious to learn more about how teachers grade and assess students in Physical Education:Do you use a grading rubric? What metrics are included? Do you incorporate goal setting? Physical assessments Vs. Cognitive Assessments? Do you use technology to help you track students? Do certain PLT4M features help you assess your students?
Do you have a curriculum and/or syllabus that you’ve had success with? Share it with the PLT4M Community!We’re curious to learn more about the planning and preparation that goes into a physical education curriculum.Which courses do you cover? How many physical workouts are scheduled each week? Do you supplement physical activity with cognitive fitness education topics? Does PLT4M guide your curriculum, or play a small part? We want to see it all! Share your planning materials in the form of text (copy & paste into this forum), upload an image. or as an attachment!
As the Director of Customer Success at PLT4M, I’m interested in learning more about what kind of education our customers are looking for. While I may have my own ideas, I figured I’d bring a poll to the community and ask our users directly. I’d like to understand what topics you’d like more education on in order to get more value out of PLT4M. Based on your feedback, I will create more educational content in the form of webinars, articles, and tutorials. I’ve included some ideas in the poll below, but If you don’t see what you’re looking for, feel free to submit your response as a comment! Care to elaborate on your answer? Please provide additional details in the comments!
Is it possible to create a workout and have students enter how much weight they lifted in order to create a log, so they know how much to lift next time? Then they can see if they are improving. Example: DB Curl 3x10Day 1Set 1- 20#Set 2- 20#Set 3- 20# Day 2Set 1- 30#Set 2- 30#Set 3- 30# Thanks,Mitch
We have both high school and middle school using the program. We are having a tough time sorting out the high and middle school students when editing/deleting out middle school students in between quarters during this remote/hybrid settings. It would also be nice to have a grad year sorting option also so when we get to end of the school year we can delete the seniors to make room for the new middle school students.
Question about the student workout tab. I have had the students go into manage view and uncheck workouts that they are not going to use and hit submit. Only the programs they might use are left on the page. When they come to class the next day, all of the programs available to them are back on their workout page. What do we need to do different to keep their workout page clean with only the programs they will be using? Thanks for the help, Chad
Are you hosting synchronous classrooms, or are kids doing workouts on their own? Perhaps a blend of the two? Are cameras on or off? We want to hear all about it! Share what methods have worked for you; perhaps it will spark ideas for other teachers in the PLT4M Community!
I have a student with a traumatic brain injury that asked if there was a transcript for the videos/podcasts because they have a hard time focusing when watching/listening to the video/podcast for the EDU assignments. Is that something that is available? Thanks!
Students have logged in and created accounts. I’m looking at the Administrator -User - Student - section and all of my students have added me to their group. Some of their “status” shows “unactivated”. Is there something I need to do to activate them? Is there a step they missed to activate. Others show a date when they last visited. I want to be able to share in our next class meeting. Thanks.
Welcome to the PLT4M community! Watch the video to learn how to utilize and engage with the PLT4M Community. When you click on the COMMUNITY tab in your PLT4M Account, you will be brought to the PLT4M Community! Before anything, we encourage you to register your community account. By doing so, you will be able to ask questions, receive important updates, and gain access to the full community! Be sure to use the same email as the one you use for your PLT4M account. Follow the steps below to create an account, then take a look around and explore all of the different resources that are available to you! Step 1: When logged into PLT4M, click on the Community tab. Step 2: Click the Login button in the top right corner of the Community Step 3: Click Create an account. Step 4: Be sure to Introduce Yourself! We can’t wait to see you on the Community :)
Many school’s are gearing up to move training sessions back into the weight room this month—in some capacity. This usually means smaller group sizes, and new sanitation protocols! Have you come up with a system that works for you and your weight room? We want to hear your approach!
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