Flashcards in 3 Coaching and Instruction Deck (11):
Associative stage of learning
Is the second phase in the learning of a new skill, in which movement patterns become more refined and consistent through practice.
Refers to the amount of mental concentration or thought required to complete a task.
Cognitive stage of learning
Is the initial phase of the learning of a motor skill where the emphasis is on conscious understanding of the task requirements.
Describes an unsupervised learning environment where children devise their own interpretation of competition rules and experiment performing different types of skills.
Involves highly structured activities overseen by a coach/ instructor aimed at improving designated movement skill/s.
Is learning that takes place as a result of direct instruction, where the performer is told what to do and when to do it.
Is a method of teaching tactical awareness and effective skill performance through game constraints modification and the use of guiding open-ended questions.
Is learning through doing. The participants learn through completing a task.
Is the learning that takes place as a result of watching and imitating others.
Describes the reciprocal relationship between perception and action.