Brigitte Mattli Baur: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2019

NameMs Brigitte Mattli Baur
DepartmentHealth Sciences and Technology
RelationshipLecturer

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
376-0012-00LPractical Course in Motor Control Information Restricted registration - show details 2 credits2GB. Mattli Baur, M.‑M. Jäggi
AbstractImpact of the sensory systems for motor learning / self-awareness of the different coordinative competencies / strategies to optimize motor actions / phase analysis of selected movements / motor quality / feedback
ObjectiveThe students should be able to:
1. recognise the diverse causes and aspects which affect the motor action competency
2. differentiate and classify the basic requirements of the muscular adaptive control with regard to its coordinative competences
3. recognise and oppose the various coordinative abilities to one another
4. deeply experience and specifically improve their own coordinative competences in typical examples particularly in the area of auto movement
5. get to know and implement different learning strategies into their own motor movements
ContentImpact of the sensory systems for motor learning / self-awareness of the different coordinative competencies / strategies to optimize motor actions / phase analysis of selected movements / motor quality / feedback
Lecture notesDuring the semester the documents, incl. references are steadily available electronically
557-0432-01LAcrobatics I Information Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: Assessment I (BSc HST).
Compulsory for students of Teaching Diploma Sport on in the new Programme Regulations.
2 credits2GB. Mattli Baur, M.‑M. Jäggi
AbstractTo get to know and understand the basics of movement (core movements) and its respective actions and functions on the floor, in acrobatics and partner acrobatics as well as in Parkour and Freerunning to create individual and cooperative combinations according to qualitative criteria.
ObjectiveThe students should be able to:
- acquire and consolidate core movements as well as to apply and create such combinations
- utilize their own strength as well as the resulting impact in a differentiate way in order to precisely and economically move the swinging, flying, falling and twisting body
- gain orientation safety and room orientation while twisting and flying
- gain sensitivity for social competences (e.g. to assist, to observe, to advise) within a small group.
Content- Parkour
- Freerunning
- acrobatic cooperation in a threesome on a course of apparatuses
- skills of partner acrobatics
- core movements and combinations on the floor, the airtrack and the wall
- vault springs and touching down springs (stuetz springs) to overcome obstacles
- methodical didactical inputs
557-0440-00LApparatus Gymnastics and Trampoline II Information Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: successful completion of Basic Education.
2 credits2GB. Mattli Baur, M.‑M. Jäggi
AbstractAcquirement and Application of new movements on different apparatuses and on the trampoline
Application and Creation of established basic skills
ObjectiveThe students should be able to:
- enhance their repertoire on apparatus specific movements
- deepen their existing store of movements
- improve their individual performance competencies
- realise and comprehend transfer characteristics within the movement learning process
- work up methodically and didactically a chosen skill
Content- further core movements und its combinations on high bar, parallel bars, uneven bars, swinging rings and on the trampoline
- combination of landing positions and the acquirement of somersaults on the trampoline
- handsprings and (free) somersaults back- and forwards, respectively twists back- and forwards on different apparatuses
- integrated theoretical coherences of the qualitative movement learning process
- conveyance of methodical and didactical principles as well as topic specific criteria