A Bjerring tournament created by Mathematician James H. Bjerring is a special tournament model that can be used to obtain a linear ranking (poorest to best) of players/teams within a group. Essentially you conduct mini-tournament (say doubles, triples, fours) with the team members changing fairly rapidly each successive game and where every player gets to […]
May 8, 2020
Are you running a tournament and need scoring automatically calculated? Simply pick the correct excel sheet to correlate to the number of teams you have; See the templates in action in the video below The sheet will contain a list of teams, the schedule and it automatically generates the table of results. Settings – team
A ready to go QR Code Treasure Hunt activity. Simply download, print and affix the individual QR Codes to locations around your classroom, school or wider community. Students are tasked with moving between the physical locations and scanning the QR codes and recording their results on an accompanying record sheet. Students race to scan and
So you just got an Apple TV Installed ? Follow the steps below & learn how to AirPlay & Mirror your iPhone or iPad One of the best ways to maximise iPads in the PE Classroom is through the use of an Apple TV. Super affordable and easy to use, once connected you can extend
Over the past 6 years of teaching, I have observed how my students are inspired by the unknown. The element of surprise that comes from a randomly drawn task. This observation led me to begin using the app “Classroom Roulette‘ which has gone on to become a hit amongst Phys Ed Teachers across the Globe.