Make interactive group report
After you have made your interactive or group report, take a few moments to read through the results and check if the report makes sense. If there are values that seem very low or very high, it is a good idea to double-check whether the data entry for that student was correct, or if any other results appear unexpected.
These reports provide valuable information on the health status of the student and class, and can be an invaluable resource into how teachers can plan, devise and execute their class curriculum. If there are systematic weaknesses in a given area for many members of a class (e.g. low musculo-skeletal values, poor overall aerobic fitness, or a trend for increased BMI values), these results may inform how you choose adequate activities for that class.
Be aware that you are an integral part of the successful interpretation of the data within the report, and it’s a good idea to discuss the results with your class, both in general terms, and with individual students as well, especially those who may have questions about certain test scores, or may need to be further engaged to foster better connections in improving their own physical literacy. Moreover, inform other teachers, parents and school or student doctor on interventions required.