Hanspeter Gubelmann: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2018

Name Dr. Hanspeter Gubelmann
Address
Dep. Gesundheitswiss. und Technol.
ETH Zürich, STB G 13.1
Stampfenbachstrasse 69
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 632 51 99
E-mailhgubelmann@ethz.ch
DepartmentHealth Sciences and Technology
RelationshipLecturer

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
851-0238-02LSupport and Diagnosis of Skills Acquisition Processes in Physical Education (EW3 Sport) Restricted registration - show details
Enrolment only possible with matriculation in Teaching Diploma Sport.

Prerequisite: successful participation in 851-0240-00L "Human Learning (EW1)".
4 credits2SH. Gubelmann
AbstractIn this seminar students learn advanced techniques to support and to diagnose motor skill acquisition processes in physical education (sport). Students will also be introduced practically to specific psychomotor techniques and self-regulation strategies.
ObjectiveThe students have a deep understanding about the psychological aspects of motor skill acquisition and know how to support and to diagnose motor learning processes in physical education classes.
They know how to transform evidence-based knowledge on motor learning into physical education by using appropriate teaching methods.
851-0240-20LThe Concept of "Flow" and Its Significance for Physical Education in Schools Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 20

Enrolment only possible with matriculation in Teaching Diploma Sport.
2 credits1SH. Gubelmann
AbstractDas von Csikszentmihalyi entworfene Flow-Konzept bietet ein interessantes Rahmenmodell für einen motivierten, erlebnisorientierten und lernwirksamen Sportunterricht in der Schule. Im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltungen werden ausgewählte Aspekte (u.a. Flowerleben, Motivation, Aufmerksamkeitslenkung, Feedback) diskutiert und in die eigene Bewegungspraxis im Lehr-Lern-Kontext umgesetzt.
ObjectiveDie TeilnehmerInnen erhalten einen vertieften inhaltlichen Einblick in das Flow-Konzept sowie in verwandte motivationspsychologi¬sch (Selbstbestimmungstheorie nach Deci & Ryan, Leistungsmotivation u.a.m) und differential¬psychologisch (Selbstwirksamkeit, Attribution u.a.m) bedeutsame Konstrukte. In Verbindung zur aktuellen Exper¬tise-Forschung im Sport (deliberate practice vs. deliberate play; intuitive vs. deliberate Entscheidungen etc.) entwickeln die Studierenden praxisnahe Beispiele für den Bewegungs- und Sportunterricht in der Schule.
851-0242-02LOutdoor Education: Concepts and Practice (EW4 Sport) Restricted registration - show details
Enrolment only possible with matriculation in Teaching Diploma Sport.

Prerequisites: Designing Educational Environments in Physical Education (EW2 Sport) (851-0240-15L).
3 credits3SH. Gubelmann, R. Scharpf
AbstractIn this course we introduce and discuss concepts of leadership in outdoor education and put them into practice in various outdoor situations and events.
ObjectiveStudents
Know basic strategies of class management in outdoor situations
Know concepts and ideas of outdoor education
Know how to plan, organize and arrange outdoor projects
ContentMajor themes
Important concepts for outdoor education in school
Different strategies in leadership
Conflict and risk management
Development and presentation of own outdoor projects

Two opening sessions, one outdoor weekend, one closing session with presentations
Lecture notesno script
LiteratureVarious important papers are provided
Prerequisites / NoticeVisit of EW1 and EW2 beforehand are recommended, but not compulsory

Visit of 853-0033-00/ 853-0034-00, Leadership I und II, are highly recommended as supplementary lectures!
851-0242-05LHow to Develop and to Implement Teaching Projects in Outdoor Education Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 25.

Enrolment possible with Teaching Diploma matriculation, except for Teaching Diploma Sport.
2 credits2SH. Gubelmann, S. Peteranderl, L. Schalk
AbstractTopics in natural Science are frequently tought outside the classroom.
Along the River Reuss, students develop outdoor teaching-projects in their subjects and combine them with other subjects.
We also give instruction on principles of organisation of outdoor projects and leadership in school: Students are involved in the practical realization of the camp and programme alongside the Reuss.
ObjectiveStudents learn to implement their theoretical background of their subject in practical outdoor-projects that are specifically designed for school.
ContentTopics in natural Science are frequently tought outside the classroom.
This course has an interdisciplinary approach: Along the River Reuss, students develop outdoor teaching-projects in their subjects and combine them with other subjects.
We also give instruction on principles of organisation of outdoor projects and leadership in school: Students are involved in the practical realization of the camp and programme alongside the Reuss.
Lecture notesNo Script
Prerequisites / NoticeMaximum of Participants 25, open for all Subjects except Sports