Once your Passport for Life assessments are complete, the results can be used to support your teaching and your students’ physical literacy journey.
Once the students have completed all of the assessments and their results have been recorded in the online system, the teacher generates two reports:
- Class Passport: summary of the class data
- Individual Student Passports: provide individual data.
For more information on how to generate these reports, go to the The Passports section by clicking the link in the menu to the left.
Setting goals helps individuals work towards their personal objectives. Discuss goal setting with your class using your preferred method (e.g., SMART goal setting). The Student Passports can be a helpful tool to guide students through a goal-setting lesson where they set goals and identify strategies to achieve their goals.
It is important that the students receive a copy of their Student Passport after completing both the initial assessment and the check-in assessment. The Student Passports should be used to support reflection, to share with parents, and to engage students in the goal-setting process.
In addition, teachers can use the Class Passport results to guide the planning of their subsequent lessons towards improving the physical literacy of their class.
You can also engage parents in this process by sending the Student Passports home with your students. In the Appendix section of this guide is an information document for parents. The information will help explain to families what physical literacy is, why it is important, what the Student Passport is and how to read it. Students can share their goals and strategies with their parents.
The Goal Setting lesson plan and examples of goals and strategies are available on the Passport for Life website. Once registered and logged into the online platform, you can access the goal setting lesson plan by following the Post-Assessment link from the Teacher’s Guide.