A Logbook designed to be used as an alternative quick-reference/in collaboration with the eDofE. It simplifies everything, as it used to be before it went online. It is a quick-reference book detailing all three sections, training, requirements, ideas for each section, expedition training (including fitness training plans) and expedition criteria check-list.
It has been an excellent tool for my students to use, mostly because the eDofE can take time uploading. As the DofE states, the eDofE does not need to be necessarily uploaded until later, when you can do it in bulk, therefore make use of this logbook , then transfer it all to the eDofE at a later date. It is also easier as Assessors can sign-off students hours as they go.
24 pages in length and can edit to your specific school/centre.
Card match with muscles of the body highlighted and their anatomical names.
Topic 1.2.4 A healthy active lifestyle and your muscular system
'major muscle roups that benefit from particular types of physical activity (deltoid, trapezius, latissimus dorsi, pectorals, biceps, triceps, abdominals, quadriceps, hamstrings, gluteals,
Students can use the sheet to plan their floor routine.
Students can draw out their movement around the gymnastics space to ensure they go to all areas.
Students can list in order the movements they will do throughout their routine.
Teacher can give specific criteria in relation to starting points and types of movements that must be included.