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Table 1 Description of rating of feasibility of assessments

From: Assessments Related to the Physical, Affective and Cognitive Domains of Physical Literacy Amongst Children Aged 7–11.9 Years: A Systematic Review

  ****(High feasibility) *** ** * (Low feasibility)
Cost Efficiency How long does an assessment take to complete < 15 min < 30 min 30–60 min > 60 min
  How much space is needed to administer an assessment? Less than 6 m, a corner of a room 6–10 m, a standard room 10-20 m (primary school sports hall) 20 m+ (secondary school sports hall requirement)
  What equipment is required to administer an assessment? Equipment likely to be present in a typical school Some extra equipment or resource required would be additional to what is typically present (primary school) Most of the equipment required would be additional to what is typically present (primary school) All equipment required would be additional to what is typically present (primary school)
  What qualification is required to administer an assessment? Able to be administered by any school staff Able to be administered by a qualified teacher Able to be administered by PE/Sport specialist Requires researcher with specific higher qualifications
  What training is required to administer an assessment? Little or no additional training required Some additional training required (less than half a day) Further additional training required (half a day to one and a half days) Significant training required (more than one and a half days)
Acceptability Is there evidence of participant understanding? Investigation of participant understanding (evidence from participants) Estimated evidence of participant understanding (evidence from source other than participant) Participant understanding not explicitly stated but can be assumed No evidence of participant understanding
  How many assessments are not completed? Low number of missing items (< 10%) and adequate response rate (> 40%) High number of missing items (> 10%) and adequate response rate (> 40%) Low number of missing items or poor (< 10%) and adequate response rate (< 40%) High number of missing items (> 10%) and poor response rate (< 40%)