Each year, students across the nation take part in state physical fitness tests. These scores are reported to each state’s department of education for tracking and goal setting purposes. Normally, physical education teachers have to manually track, record, and aggregate these scores in order to create reports to send to the state.
Tricia Pandolfo, a Physical Educator for CREC schools, devised a way for keeping track of all of her student fitness test data using Microsoft Excel. Tricia was able to provide each student with individualized reports on their fitness level and aggregate all of the data for the state report. Working with Studio 111, Good Form: Student Fitness was created to make the process even more efficient with a custom web app.
Good Form: Student Fitness provides an easy to use tool for physical education teachers to record, track, and report student fitness test data. The app pulls in each teacher’s roster of students by class, and allows them to input data. The dashboard shows how well students are performing, and allows the teacher to create reports at the student and class levels. Teachers can then alert their administrators when they finish testing. Once all teachers have completed testing, administrators can create reports for the district.