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As we have discussed in this MOOC, learning often occurs with others. Moreover, in order to change, develop and improve your practice support in the school context is vital.

To help you transfer and share what you have learnt on this course we want you to create an infographic of your learning.

An infographic is a visual representation of information. An example infographic in physical activity is provided below:

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You can make an infographic on paper, using various apps or with a slide format eg PowerPoint.

We have identified the following sources to help you with designing an infographic:



When you have created your infographic, add it to our shared Padlet board. Then share your thoughts on other learners’ contributions in the comments on this step.

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Outstanding Physical Education Lessons

University of Birmingham

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