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by: Dale Legros
Dale Legros

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Exercise Studies

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Date Created: 10/13/15
Final Review iPEES 228 Motor Learning PRACTICE DESIGN FACTORS Chapter 8 1 Explain how the decision to practice skills as a whole or in parts can be made HINT think about the complexity and organization of the skill what are these and how do they in uence the decisions for partwhole practice capability of learner 2 Three ways to practice skills in parts Be able to identify and give an example of how to use each way to practice in parts Which works best for different circumstances 3 Describe the 3 different ways the segmentation method based on spatial and temporal elements can be implemented and give an example of when this type of part practice would be most appropriate partwhole progressive part repeated part Be able to take a task and break it down like the example of the punt in the book 4 Be able to take a task and based on the complexity organization and speci ed capability to the learner decide which method of practice would be best 4 Discuss the concepts of speed accuracy tradeoff and bilateral transfer relative to GMP 5 Describe the characteristics of effective goals types of goals which leads to better performance PRACTICE SCHEDULES Chapter 91 1 Be able to discuss contextual interference effect and how it impacts learning and performance 7 what does research tell us 2 According to the research which type of practice is most beneficial in learning discreteserial skills and which is best for learning continuous skills Be prepared to present support for why this is the case 3 Compare and contrast differences between a constant practice and variable practice b blocked and random c massed and distributed 4 Be able to discuss which type of practice is most effective for teaching different types of skills and other factors related to best practice 5 Describe the process of developing a skill using variable practice based on the GMP and schema theory and dynamical systems theory Use ALL of the language and concepts from the theories DIAGNOSING ERRORS chapter 101 1 Identify and describe the five causes of errors in performance and the types of errors that fall into each of these categories 2 Identify and describe strategies the teachercoach can use to help the learner correct the different types of errors 3 Be able to discuss the factors involved in deciding whether an error should be corrected or not FEEDBACK chapter 11 1 1 Define feedback 2 Identify and describe the two major categories of feedback intrinsic and augmentediincluding subcategories of each Be able to discuss proprioceptive information 7 what it is how it informs 3 Define KR and KP provide examples 4 Identify and discuss functions of augmented feedback 5 Compare and contrast errorbased and corrective feedback 6 Compare and contrast descriptive evaluative and prescriptive corrective feedback 7 Describe when and how FB can be used to enhance movement AND when FB could potentially hinder the learning process 8 Discuss factors relative to the precision of FB frequency of FB and time when FB is given 9 Describe strategies that can be used to reduce the frequency of augmented feedback fading technique bandwidth and summaryaverage 10 Discuss the types precision frequency of feedback relative to different stages of learning The bean bag tossing lab should help guide this You should be able to describe all indicators of learning and what the Final Review iPEES 228 Motor Learning teacher can do in feedback error correction instruction to improve performance and learning In other words 7 know the chart that we completed in class 7 all aspects of it from that chapter Put it all together


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