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Research indicates that academic performance
Stating what you are teaching does not adequately address what students are learning. Since every student is different what they will learn by the end of a course will also be different. It is important for teachers to be able to show parents and administrators what progress each student is making. PE assessment must consist of skills and fitness assessment as well as a cognitive assessment.
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