Roger Scharpf: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2018

Name Dr. Roger Scharpf
E-mailroger.scharpf@hest.ethz.ch
DepartmentHealth Sciences and Technology
RelationshipLecturer

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
557-0203-00LMentored Work Subject Didactics Sport A Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in Mentored Work Subject Didactics Sport A and B is compulsory.
2 credits4AR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractIn their mentored work on subject didactics, students put into practice the contents of the subject-didactics lectures and go into these in greater depth. Under supervision, they compile tuition materials that are conducive to learning and/or analyse and reflect on certain topics from a subject-based and pedagogical angle.
Objectiveplanning and organization of a longer period of instruction in school.
Contentconnection of educational goals and instruction
Lecture notessee moodle 00 - Lehrdiplom Sport
https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/auth/shibboleth/login.php
LiteratureBucher et al, Sporterziehung. Bände 1-6. Bern 1997
Disler P. Dida-Methodische Modelle in der Ausbildung, Dissertation in 2004, 152
Hotz A.& P. Disler, Schneesport Schweiz – Zur Konzeption eines neuen Kern-Lern-Lehrmittels, in: Illi & Phüse (Hrsg.) Bewegung ist Leben, Hofmann Verlag Schorndorf 1997,157-166
Hotz A., Qualitatives Bewegungslernen. Sportpädagogische Perspektiven einer kognitiv akzentuierten Bewegungslehre in Schlüsselbegriffen, Zumikon SVSS Verlag 1996;1998/2
Kurz D. Sport mehrperspektivisch unterrichten – warum und wie? In: Zieschang K. Buchmeier, W.: Sport zwischen Tradition und Zukunft. Schorndorf 1992 (1977)
Loosch E., Allgemeine Bewegungslehre, Limpert Verlag Wiebelsheim 1999
Roth K. & K. Willemczik, Bewegungswissenschaft, Rowohlt Verlag Reinbek 1999
Röthig P. Sportwissenschaftliches Lexikon, Schorndorf Verlag 2003
Röthig P.& s. Grössing (Hrsg.) Bewegungslehre, Kursbuch 3, Wiesbaden 1990/3
557-0204-00LMentored Work Subject Didactics Sport B Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in Mentored Work Subject Didactics Sport A and B is compulsory.
2 credits4AR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractIn their mentored work on subject didactics, students put into practice the contents of the subject-didactics lectures and go into these in greater depth. Under supervision, they compile tuition materials that are conducive to learning and/or analyse and reflect on certain topics from a subject-based and pedagogical angle.
Objectiveplanning and organization of a longer period of instruction in school
Contentconnection of educational goals and instruction
Lecture notessee moodle 00 - Lehrdiplom Sport
https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/auth/shibboleth/login.php
LiteratureBucher et al, Sporterziehung. Bände 1-6. Bern 1997
Disler P. Dida-Methodische Modelle in der Ausbildung, Dissertation in 2004, 152
Hotz A.& P. Disler, Schneesport Schweiz – Zur Konzeption eines neuen Kern-Lern-Lehrmittels, in: Illi & Phüse (Hrsg.) Bewegung ist Leben, Hofmann Verlag Schorndorf 1997,157-166
Hotz A., Qualitatives Bewegungslernen. Sportpädagogische Perspektiven einer kognitiv akzentuierten Bewegungslehre in Schlüsselbegriffen, Zumikon SVSS Verlag 1996;1998/2
Kurz D. Sport mehrperspektivisch unterrichten – warum und wie? In: Zieschang K. Buchmeier, W.: Sport zwischen Tradition und Zukunft. Schorndorf 1992 (1977)
Loosch E., Allgemeine Bewegungslehre, Limpert Verlag Wiebelsheim 1999
Roth K. & K. Willemczik, Bewegungswissenschaft, Rowohlt Verlag Reinbek 1999
Röthig P. Sportwissenschaftliches Lexikon, Schorndorf Verlag 2003
Röthig P.& s. Grössing (Hrsg.) Bewegungslehre, Kursbuch 3, Wiesbaden 1990/3
557-0205-00LMentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus Sport A Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Mentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus in Sport for Teaching Diploma.
2 credits6AR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractPedagogical application of research projects for schools
Introduction of sports pedagogical oriented research projects. Competency to a youth friendly movement and sports education. Competent 'pedagogical application' of research projects in the field of movement and sport. Feed in of scientific findings to school lesson settings.
ObjectiveThe students combine and apply general educational aims with a general and specific background of research projects.
They know different educational concepts of the above mentioned, recognise its strengths and weaknesses and are able to apply concepts appropriate to the situation.
They are interested in the (thought-) processes of education and research in sports in Switzerland.
They use their knowledge of research matters to guide educational thought-processes.
They are interested in processes of research in sports.
They approach the research interest of their pupils with the knowledge of sports psychology, sports sociology, sports pedagogy, and sports history.
ContentDie Studierenden wenden die Bewegungs- und Lernziele des Sportunterrichts aus den kantonalen Lehrplänen im Unterricht an und können diese begründen.
Sie interessieren sich für die Prozesse der Forschung Im Sport
Sie erlernen anhand von Projektaufgaben die didaktische Anwendung der Sportpsychologie, Sportsoziologie, Sportpädagogik oderSportgeschichte und ziehen daraus Konsequenzen für den situativ-variabel orientierten Unterricht.
Sie setzen ihr Wissenschaftswissen ein, um bei den Lernenden Denkprozessen anzustoßen und zu begleiten.
Lecture notesSkript unter: https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/course/view.php?id=117>
LiteratureLiteratur Literaturverweise erfolgen jeweils in den gewählten Fachbereichen
Prerequisites / NoticeAuswahl von 2 aus 4 Angeboten:
a) Motor-Learning im Sport (Fachbereich Sportpsychologie)
- Vorlesung
- Praktische Umsetzung von Forschungsprojekten für die Schule
b) Sport im Spannungsfeld zwischen Ethik und Kommerz (Fachbereich Sportsoziologie)
- Vorlesung
- Praktische Umsetzung von Forschungsprojekten für die Schule
c) Mehrperspektivität im Sportunterricht (Fachbereich Sportpädagogik)
- Vorlesung
- Praktische Umsetzung von Forschungsprojekten für die Schule
d) Historische Entwicklung der Lehr und Lernmodell im Sportunterricht (Fachbereich Sportgeschichte)
- Vorlesung
- Praktische Umsetzung von Forschungsprojekten für die Schule
Alle Wahlfachangebote beinhalten:
- Sportwissenschaftliche Fachpraxis
- Praktische Umsetzung der Erkenntnisse für die Schule
557-0206-00LMentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus Sport B Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Mentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus in Sport for Teaching Diploma.
2 credits4AR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractRefurbishment of research projects dealing with motor competencies in sport and professional scientific content related to this area. Competent "didactical implementation" of research content. The Fachwissenschaftliche Vertiefung II orientates itself to the guiding principles of cognitive, conditional and coordination aspects of movement.
Objectiveconnetion of sport and human movement science and educational instruction.
Contentscientificic analysis of sports disciplines in order to improve instruction
Lecture notesSkript unter: https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/course/view.php?id=117>
Literaturesee specific subjects
Prerequisites / NoticeMentorated paper in selected sports disciplines.
557-0208-00LTeaching Internship Sport Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.
8 credits17PO. Graf, R. Scharpf
AbstractThe teaching practice takes in 50 lessons: 30 are taught by the students, and the students sit in on 20 lessons. The teaching practice lasts 4-6 weeks. It gives students the opportunity to implement the contents of their specialist-subject, educational science and subject-didactics training in the classroom. Students also conduct work assignments in parallel to their teaching practice.
ObjectiveStudents use their disciplinary skills and educational knowledge for teaching.
They know how to judge topics of their subject and can present them in class.
Teaching and classroom management in practice is the main target of this course; students have to find a balance between instruction and self-determined activity of their pupils.
Together with their supervisors they learn to assess their tasks and achievements.
ContentStudents apply their theoretical background in practice. By teaching sports lessons they improve their teaching skills and classroom management and learn how to interact with pupils. Together with their supervisor they develop an ability of critical reflection of their tasks.
Lecture notesSiehe www.ibws.ethz.ch
LiteratureBucher et al, Sporterziehung. Bände 1-6. Bern 1997
Disler P. Dida-Methodische Modelle in der Ausbildung, Dissertation in 2004, 152
Hotz A.& P. Disler, Schneesport Schweiz – Zur Konzeption eines neuen Kern-Lern-Lehrmittels, in: Illi & Phüse (Hrsg.) Bewegung ist Leben, Hofmann Verlag Schorndorf 1997,157-166
Hotz A., Qualitatives Bewegungslernen. Sportpädagogische Perspektiven einer kognitiv akzentuierten Bewegungslehre in Schlüsselbegriffen, Zumikon SVSS Verlag 1996;1998/2
Kurz D. Sport mehrperspektivisch unterrichten – warum und wie? In: Zieschang K. Buchmeier, W.: Sport zwischen Tradition und Zukunft. Schorndorf 1992 (1977)
Loosch E., Allgemeine Bewegungslehre, Limpert Verlag Wiebelsheim 1999
Roth K. & K. Willemczik, Bewegungswissenschaft, Rowohlt Verlag Reinbek 1999
Röthig P. Sportwissenschaftliches Lexikon, Schorndorf Verlag 2003
Röthig P.& s. Grössing (Hrsg.) Bewegungslehre, Kursbuch 3, Wiesbaden 1990/3
Prerequisites / NoticeBesonderes Zu allen Kapiteln des Moduls wird Begleitmaterial abgegeben, das Teil des Prüfungsstoffes ist. Siehe dazu http://www.ibws.ethz.ch/education/intranetbscw

Findet in der Regel am Schluss der Ausbildung, vor Ablegung der Prüfungslektionen statt.
557-0211-01LExamination Lesson I Sport Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in "Examination Lesson II Sport" (557-0211-02L) is compulsory.
1 credit2PO. Graf, R. Scharpf
AbstractIn the context of an examination lesson conducted and graded at a high school, the candidates provide evidence of the subject-matter-based and didactic skills they have acquired in the course of their training.
ObjectiveOn the basis of a specified topic, the candidate shows that they are in a position
- to develop and conduct teaching that is conducive to learning at high school level, substantiating it in terms of the subject-matter and from the didactic angle
- to analyze the tuition they have given with regard to its strengths and weaknesses, and outline improvements.
ContentDie Studierenden erfahren das Lektionsthema in der Regel eine Woche vor dem Prüfungstermin. Von der zuständigen Lehrperson erhalten sie Informationen über den Wissensstand der zu unterrichtenden Klasse und können sie vor dem Prüfungstermin besuchen.
Sie erstellen eine Vorbereitung gemäss Anleitung und reichen sie bis am Vortag um 12 Uhr den beiden Prüfungsexperten ein.
Die gehaltene Lektion wird kriteriumsbasiert beurteilt. Die Beurteilung umfasst auch die schriftliche Vorbereitung und eine mündliche Reflexion des Kandidaten/ der Kandidatin über die gehaltene Lektion im Rahmen eines kurzen Kolloquiums.
Lecture notesDokument: Schriftliche Vorbereitung für Prüfungslektionen.
Prerequisites / NoticeNach Abschluss der übrigen Ausbildung.
557-0211-02LExamination Lesson II Sport Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Simultaneous enrolment in "Examination Lesson I Sport" (557-0211-01L) is compulsory.
1 credit2PR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractIn the context of an examination lesson conducted and graded at a high school, the candidates provide evidence of the subject-matter-based and didactic skills they have acquired in the course of their training.
ObjectiveOn the basis of a specified topic, the candidate shows that they are in a position
- to develop and conduct teaching that is conducive to learning at high school level, substantiating it in terms of the subject-matter and from the didactic angle
- to analyze the tuition they have given with regard to its strengths and weaknesses, and outline improvements.
ContentDie Studierenden erfahren das Lektionsthema in der Regel eine Woche vor dem Prüfungstermin. Von der zuständigen Lehrperson erhalten sie Informationen über den Wissensstand der zu unterrichtenden Klasse und können sie vor dem Prüfungstermin besuchen.
Sie erstellen eine Vorbereitung gemäss Anleitung und reichen sie bis am Vortag um 12 Uhr den beiden Prüfungsexperten ein.
Die gehaltene Lektion wird kriteriumsbasiert beurteilt. Die Beurteilung umfasst auch die schriftliche Vorbereitung und eine mündliche Reflexion des Kandidaten/ der Kandidatin über die gehaltene Lektion im Rahmen eines kurzen Kolloquiums.
Lecture notesDokument: Schriftliche Vorbereitung für Prüfungslektionen.
Prerequisites / NoticeNach Abschluss der übrigen Ausbildung.
557-0316-00LSport Didactics II Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.
4 credits2GR. Scharpf, O. Graf
AbstractContinuation of Subject Didactics I, with the focus on the teacher/pupil relationship.
Planning, implementation and evaluation of topics from all sports-specific areas of tuition at secondary school Level II.
Preparation of project work, spanning different types of sport and different subjects
ObjectiveThe students:
- take a more in-depth look in practical and theoretical terms at the questions that arise in the teacher/pupil relationship.
- know how to deal with disciplinary problems and special cases.
- can competently direct sports games.
- can react to the heterogeneity of the class structure in a differentiated manner. They gain an overview of the preparation that is necessary for the different requirements placed on a sports teacher at secondary school Level II, especially in respect of cohesive tuition.
- try out different teaching structures.
- obtain an overview of the possibilities for implementing their mentored work.
-know how to use IT to support learning processes
-are competent referees in important sports games
- can deliver competent information in an oral/practical examination on the link between theory and practice.
Content-Practical application of theoretical concepts.
-Project management in schools.
-Preparation of lessons and longer units.
-Gaining experience in different teaching structures.
Lecture notesSkript unter: https://moodle-app2.let.ethz.ch/course/view.php?id=117>
LiteratureKernlehrmittel Jugend und Sport
Lehrmittel Sporterziehung, ESK 1997/98
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!