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David Gorton


Personal Statement

Personal Statement

As a Physical Education leader, I believe that it is paramount that all teaching & learning opportunities are developed, especially in a subject area that has traditionally not embraced ICT.

With the emergence of differing approaches to Sport Science at Degree, FE & KS3/4, the opportunities to integrate ICT into a PE lesson, rather than as a "bolt on", resources can now be sourced from a number of comprehensive websites such as Brianmac, TES and Brunts School.

Whilst many professionals have shared resources via ebay, I believe that there is a need for collaborative development of a variety of documents and videos. Since the adoption of youtube as a tool I have been able to prepare a number of KS4 "starter" videos for GCSE PE (Edexcel). Since "posting" other videos are now appearing, thus developing a thriving "community" of video developers in Physical Education (Potential Podcasts...).

Upon developing the curriculum at Westminster Academy, accompanied by an e-learning resource library, the "business & enterprise" Academy now has a unique opportunity to lead the way in resource sharing in Physical Education.....

Why re-invent the wheel ?

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