Flashcards in Chapter 9 - Teaching & Learning Deck (19):
What is learning?
- a relatively permanent change that is the result of experience
- acquisition of knowledge
- expand experiences
What are the 4 types of learners?
What is a visual learner?
- have to see what they are to do
- picture, props
What is an auditory learner?
must hear instructions
What is a kinesthetic learner?
- feel what its like to do the skill
- touch body part they are to move
- proprioreceptrive and vestibular
- gross motor movement
What is a tactile learner?
- similar to kinesthetic
- fine motor movement
- feel something
true or false: people who learn one way usually don't teach the same way
false, they usually teach the same way they learn
How can you teach a cartwheel using all learning tactics?
V: look at hands on floor, targets
A: 1-2-3-4 (hand hand foot foot)
K: touch their cartwheel hand and foot
T: place hands on the felt of the floor, use hands on chalk to draw on floor
What are the stages of learning?
What stage of learning is trial and error, where you dont over teach?
What is the cognitive learning stage?
first stage, trial and error, not overteaching
What stage of learning is where errors begin to be eliminated/more constant errors, verbalize key words?
What is the intermediate stage of learning?
- errors more eliminated
more constant errors
verbalize key words
What stage of learning is consistent, fine tuning left, some don't get to this stage?
What is the automatic stage of learning?
fine tuning left
some dont get to this stage
What is the continuum of teaching process?
teacher (directive) led to individual learner led
- drills, progressions
- guided discovery
- problem solving
To spot or not?
- coach should not remedy a potentially dangerous situaiton by spotting
- make environment safe
- need to be able to land by themselves
- movement patterns
what are some factors that are needed to learn?
- physical and motor components
- repeated short practice
- have a goal