Flashcards in 4 Practice and Feedback Deck (19):
Is information about a skill performance that comes from an external source.
Is a type of practice in which each skill component is practised repetitively as an independent block.
Is information that is given during a skill performance.
Is a form of sporting activity involving early developmental physical activities that are intrinsically motivating, provide immediate satisfaction, and are designed to maximise enjoyment. They are activities that are regulated by rules adapted from standardised sport rules, which are set up, and monitored by the participants themselves.
Is any activity that is undertaken with the specific purpose of increasing performance, requires cognitive and/ or physical effort and is relevant to promoting positive skill development in a particular sport.
States that as a performer becomes more competent in their skill performance and progresses to the latter stages of learning, there is a gradual reduction in the rate of improvement in skill performance in response to practice.
Is a form of practice in which smaller practice time intervals are interspersed with rest periods.
Is the participation in a single sport from a very young age, involving a high level of structured practice and a low level of deliberate play in an attempt to fast track skill development and gain a competitive advantage.
Is information concerning the performance and/ or outcome of a movement skill, including information about errors and how to correct them.
Refers to how often an external source (e.g. coach) provides feedback to the skill learner.
Is sensory information the learner receives directly from skill execution.
Knowledge of performance
Is feedback regarding how a skill is performed; assessing performance on the basis of process and skill technique.
Knowledge of results
Is information about the outcome of skill performance; information regarding the relative success or failure in regard to the intended goal of the movement skill.
Is a form of practice in which there is little or no rest between repeat performances of a skill.
Refers to the ratio between time spent actively practicing and time spent resting during a practice session.
Is a form of practice that involves rehearsing a number of different skills in an unpredictable sequence.
Is a form of practice that involves rehearsing different skills, but in a fixed and relatively predictable sequence.
Timing of feedback
Is information that is given at the completion of a skill performance.