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Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
Presenting an AS E-portfolio
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  • 1. PRESENTING AN AS EPORTFOLIO
  • 2. AS EPORTFOLIOCONTENTS Task 2.1 PERSONAL PERFORMANCE Task 2.2 LOCAL STUDY Task 2.3 NATIONAL STUDY Task 2.4 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
  • 3. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE A critical review of 8 weeks involvement in a sport or physical sports activity A critical review of 3 formal competitive performances A Health and Safety review of their two roles and responsibility for authority and participation Knowledge of Child Protection issues
  • 4. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE – BEST PRACTICEPLAYER /PARTICIPANT Standard of performance – good to excellent Log/diary contained: 1)Introduction to standard of play they had achieved 2)A template (optional)which allowed candidates to complete sections to include all required elements 3) Use made of AS tables giving times, distances or adjectives e.g high, consistent level of performance 4) Details of training sessions (here as well as 2.4) 4) Description of session and evaluation by candidate 4) Short term preparation for events e.g warm up 5) Long term planning to maintain and improve their standard of performance . This included physiological, technical, tactical psychological application of knowledge as related to their performance 6)Fixture lists/competitions entered showing results.
  • 5. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE – BEST PRACTICE 3 formal situations: Template (optional ) to record -score/result -aspects of activity e.g own role/performance , team’s performance included physiological, technical, tactical, psychological -evaluation of performance own and team -area(s) to work on next time
  • 6. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE – BEST PRACTICE Health and Safety 1) clear identification of facilities and personal risks 2) template used to identify risk/hazard, precautions to take , how to treat injury if sustained 3) Governing body documents plus related centre e.g PE department documents Child Protection 1) Governing Body documents 2) Own centre’s policy 3) Award gained from on line course www.playbytherules.net.au
  • 7. AS EPORTFOLIOSUPPLEMENTARY EVIDENCE - BEST PRACTICE DVD evidence to back up performance with candidate clearly identified - the very best placed captions and added commentary on the DVD to explain the practice/skill the performer was showing Candidate shown performing a range of skills under pressure – not just an isolated skill on each clip from the Teacher Assessor or Coach stating rationale for awarding the mark given. TA authenticated times and training log/diary Photographs of the performer in action Interview review
  • 8. AS EPORTFOLIOSUPPLEMENTARY EVIDENCE - BEST PRACTICE Certifications – NGB level courses (if applicable) Cuttings –school magazines, newspapers Selection letters Certificates Judgement is about quality of the performance not just the rubric of 3/8
  • 9. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE – BEST PRACTICELEADER Evidence that candidate has undertaken a leadership course Log book shows: 1)Introduction to group/individual that the candidate had been involved with 2)Eight week involvement in an activity. 3)A template (optional)to record details of sessions which allowed candidates to complete sections to include all required elements 4)Detailed session plans showing what they intend to do, an evaluation of each session with targets for the next session 5) Involvement of the candidate with team /individual and how participants had benefited from candidate involvement
  • 10. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE – BEST PRACTICE Health and Safety 1) clear identification of facilities and personal risks 2) template used to identify risk/hazard, precautions to take , how to treat injury if sustained 3) Governing body documents plus related centre e.g PE department documents Child Protection 1) Governing Body documents 2) Own centre’s policy 3) Award gained from on line course www.playbytherules.net.au
  • 11. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE – BEST PRACTICE Analysis of performance A detailed analysis of at least three of their performances showing development in identified areas e.g: Confidence Communication Organisation Content
  • 12. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE – BEST PRACTICE Health and Safety 1) clear identification of facilities and risks that could affect those in the leader’s care 2) template used to identify risk/hazard, precautions to take , how to treat injury if sustained 3) Governing body documents plus related centre e.g PE department documents Child Protection 1) Governing Body documents 2) Own centre’s policy 3) Award gained from on line course www.playbytherules.net.au
  • 13. AS EPORTFOLIOSUPPLEMENTARY EVIDENCE - BEST PRACTICE DVD evidence to back up performance - the very best placed captions on the DVD to explain the practice/skill the leader was showing and offered some comments on the effectiveness with which the skill was being performed DVD showed leader ‘in action’ demonstrating personal qualities A witness statement from the Teacher Assessor or Coach stating rationale for awarding the mark given. This reflected HOW well the candidate had progressed during the course of the 8 week involvement Photographs of the leader in action Interview review Certifications – NGB level courses (if applicable)
  • 14. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE – BEST PRACTICEOFFICIAL Evidence that candidate has undertaken officiating activities Log book shows: 1)Introduction to group/individuals that the candidate has been involved with 2)Eight week involvement in an activity. 3)A template (optional)to record details of officiating activities which allowed candidates to complete sections to include all required elements 4)Score cards, tournament sheets of each officiating session an evaluation of each session with targets for the next session
  • 15. AS EPORTFOLIOCOMPULSORY EVIDENCE – BEST PRACTICE Health and Safety 1) clear identification of facilities and personal risks 2) template used to identify risk/hazard, precautions to take , how to treat injury if sustained 3) Governing body documents plus related centre e.g PE department documents Child Protection 1) Governing Body documents 2) Own centre’s policy 3) Award gained from on line course www.playbytherules.net.au
  • 16. AS EPORTFOLIOSUPPLEMENTARY EVIDENCE - BEST PRACTICE DVD evidence to back up performance - the very best placed captions on the DVD to explain the what the official was indicating / showing and offered some comments on the effectiveness with which this was being performed DVD showed official ‘in action’ demonstrating personal qualities e.g confidence clear signalling that demonstrated control/knowledge of the activity use of voice/whistle body language A witness statement from the Teacher Assessor or Coach stating rationale for awarding the mark given. This reflected HOW well the candidate had progressed during the course of the 8 week involvement Photographs of the official in action Interview review Certifications – NGB level courses (if applicable) How these had been used and been of benefit
  • 17. AS EPORTFOLIOLOCAL AND NATIONAL STUDIESKey points All elements of the criteria need to be included and reference made to them Information should refer to relevant study Critical analysis to be included Harvard referencing to be noted in the text Appendices included to support factual detail Bibliography to be provided Word count (1000) not to be exceeded If presented as power point must be shown on DVD actually giving the presentation.(guidelines are available on web site)
  • 18. AS EPORTFOLIOLOCAL STUDY - BEST PRACTICE All areas addressed in the main text and supported with factual detail in appendices A good description of local provision including e.g. number of clubs, schemes Grass roots – local schemes, inclusion of and opportunities for the activity in primary and high schools Details of availability to participate in activity at school level or Club i.e first elite provision include LTAD Details of facilities/opportunities funded by independent companies i.e private sector Details of facilities/opportunities funded by local authorities, boroughs i.e. public sector Details of clubs/opportunities run by volunteers , the role of volunteers
  • 19. AS EPORTFOLIOLOCAL STUDY - BEST PRACTICE Description of Funding agencies and bodies locally involved in sport/activity at a local level. Where does the money come from? Consider present economic situation Identification of provision for involvement for disabled performers. If not available locally where is the nearest opportunity? Comment on this provision Identification of any differences between genders in the same activity. Comment required on these differences Reference to development opportunities for 3 practical roles A critical analysis of information commenting on strengths and weaknesses of provision Use of tables and diagrams to illustrate text
  • 20. AS EPORTFOLIONATIONAL STUDY - BEST PRACTICE One role developed Provision of activity at national level i.e.role of NGB Pathways and provision from first elite level including Higher Education through area, county, regional to national level described. LTAD Role of sporting academies Relevant talent identification programmes Role of schools, clubs area, county sports associations Role of NGBs and professional sporting associations Development schemes available Funding available to participants
  • 21. AS EPORTFOLIONATIONAL STUDY - BEST PRACTICE Additional agencies that support participants Disabled sports provision at elite level and comments on this Differences between pathways and provision between genders at this level Reference to development opportunities for chosen practical role A critical analysis of information commenting on strengths and weaknesses of provision Use of tables and diagrams to illustrate text
  • 22. AS EPORTFOLIOLOCAL AND NATIONAL STUDIES AVOID Mark accuracy and quality rather then volume Appendix should only contain factual information to support text Do not use text boxes in the study Ensure comments are relevant to the required task Mark only first 1000 words
  • 23. AS EPORTFOLIOANALYSIS OF PERFORMANCE The aim of this task is for the candidate to identify their strengths and weaknesses through the core skills used specifically in their activity and then analyse and develop these through the other tasks. Core skills should be appropriate to the candidate and his/her position. Core skills should be incorporated into the training plan and an analysis of development given A minimum of 3 notational exercises should be undertaken to identify whether they are improving in the performance of the core skills A critical analysis of the overall process should be made and culminate in an identification of their strengths and weaknesses. This should provide information for the Development Pan
  • 24. PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS –CORE SKILLSEnsure: 4 skills chosen are relevant to the candidates development e.g. GD in Netball would not choose Shooting Skill is broken down into phases i.e. preparation, execution, follow through The 4 areas are covered e.g. Technical, Tactical Physiological, Mechanical in the analysis in each of the skills Each area should be applied to each of the 4 skills As much evidence as possible is included to support comments e.g. Annotated diagrams photos/video clips Compare own performance to that of an elite performer
  • 25. PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS -TACTICALEnsure candidates: explore a wide range of tactics and strategies in their activity. Should contain depth and technical accuracy. Refer to journals, elite performance analyse their own contribution to the tactical play/performance compare this with next level above or an elite team suggest alternative tactics Include court/pitch diagram, individual position tactics differences in singles/doubles, set plays, formation variations Provide an evaluation where possible
  • 26. PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS –NOTATIONEnsure A minimum of 3 are included Use the same format each time Analyse the performance of the 4 core skills Compare own performance with an elite performer Analyse statistics with depth Final summative review with a proposed action plan based on findings from notations
  • 27. PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS -TRAININGEnsure Candidates:• Detail the training requirements for their activity• Be analytical (rather than descriptive) in evaluation of each session• Cover 4 areas technical, physiological and tactical aspects• Include fitness, skill and tactical training• Include test results and rating on norm tables Submit detailed examples of their OWN TRAINING with evaluation of sessions• Give an example of an elite performers training – and how it compares• Give an example of the training required for the next level up. What does the candidate need to do to achieve this?• PERF.ANALYSIS
  • 28. PERFOMANCE ANALYSIS -STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSESEnsure candidates Use the information they have already gathered Use the questions on physiological, technical, tactical and psychological demands for analysis Compare to perfect model Review their findings of previous tasks Support strengths and weaknesses with quantifiable evidence Include DVD evidence Suggest what plan of action now needs to be made i.e. Unit 4 – the Development Plan

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