“Here is an approach that you could take to transform a potentially mundane activity such as circuit training into an exciting and engaging lesson, where students are given ownership, and where leadership, communication and cooperation skills are fostered.
Traditionally, learning objectives are shared with students at the start of the lesson, but the best way to create ownership of learning is to ask students to create them, or at least have some input into what they will be.
Pupils will come to understand the concept of ‘progressive overload’ and the FITT (Frequency, Intensity, Time and Type) principle and develop communication and leadership skills.”
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