Exercise Books | Mike Tyler

They came this weekend. A job-lot of exercise books.

This year I will (as per usual) be teaching the linked units Anatomy and Physiology and Physiology of Fitness to the first year Level 3 BTEC students. These units are very content-heavy, which means I tend to teach in a fairly direct way. There’ll be plenty of writing, drawing and labelling of diagrams. There will be lots of factual information to absorb in order to make use of it later (for example, during the Sports Injuries or Fitness Training units).

I’ve been teaching in FE for some time and one trend that seems to be evident is the…

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