Physical Education is unique in that the skills we teach and assess are demonstrated in class and not written, drawn or produced.
For assessment, this means that a PE teacher cannot take home a students' workbook to mark and reread. Unfortunately, once a skill has been performed it is done and gone.
That is why I capture visuals, either photo or video, of my students performing skills and store them in the iDoceo iPad app.
I then have a reference which I can re-watch over and over as I make calculated judgments on a students' performance.
These resources are also handy for moderation with other teachers and for sharing at parent-teacher-student interviews to help paint a picture of progress and ability.
In the recent episode of TeachTechPlay I shared how I capture and store these visuals. Other panel members on the show also shared how to record video demonstrations, how to use rubrics in idoceo, how to use plickers and QR codes. You can watch a replay of the show here: