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Sport Teaching Diploma Information
Detailed information on the programme at: Link
Sport Practical
The Teaching Diploma in Sport will only be granted to students holding a Master, Diploma or Licentiate degree in Sport. Additionally, a Sport Practical encompassing 50 CP's is required. The Sport Practical can be partly conducted during the Bachelor and Master programmes in Sport.
Assessments
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
557-0104-00LAssessment III Restricted registration - show details
Only for Health Sciences and Technology students.
O2 credits2GO. Buholzer, M. Attinger, B. Bötschi, P. Lüscher Luchsinger, R. Maggi, H. A. Russheim
AbstractThe assessment prepares the conditions for the technical skills of team sports (volleyball, floor hockey, soccer, handball, basketball, badminton).
The training philosophy is based on the respective affinities of movement.
The core movements are practiced as a skill course, and completed the playing ability is trained in the group and checked.
ObjectiveThe assessment helps to provide and review of core movements (skills) and individual tactics of playing sports (volleyball, floor hockey, soccer, handball, basketball, badminton).
The students receive instructions through the training opportunities. The individual training enables them to pass the certificate examination.
Content1. To move ALONE with the ball (soccer dribbling / ball control, handball dribbling / ball control, Basketballdribbling / ball control, floor hockeydribbling / ball control, volley ball juggling)

2. To move ALONE with the ball (soccer shot, Handball shot, basketball layup, hockey goal, passing Upper, Manchette

3. To move together (in pairs) with the ball (Soccer: passing ball, ball assume (passing techniques)
Handball: Catch-bobbling (passing techniques)
Basketball: Catch-bobbling (passing techniques)
Floorball: Accept-bobbling (passing techniques)
Volleyball: acceptance and upper passing (passing techniques)

4. Playing in the group
Lecture notesThe exercises are described and explained.
The exercises will be documented as a video clip.
competence profil
Prerequisites / NoticeStudents get practical skills for the technical core movements (rough shape) of each Playing sports with as a prerequisite.
Basic Education
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
557-0424-01LFitness I Information Restricted registration - show details
Only for Health Sciences and Technology students.

Prerequisites: Assessment II (BSc HST).
Compulsory for students of Teaching Diploma Sport on in the new Programme Regulations.
W2 credits2GM. Perk, A. Sonderegger
AbstractBasic education in fitness: to acquire abilities and skills in the areas of strength, endurance, mobility, aerobics and prophylaxis
ObjectiveTo gain knowledge of practical basics in the area of fitness
To obtain abilities and skills in the area of fitness such as strength, endurance, flexibility, aerobic dance, prevention
Content- Prophylaktisches Fitnesstraining: Musikkondi
- Fitnesstest in Kraft und Ausdauer
- Grundlagen Krafttraining
- Haltung und Beweglichkeit
- Fitnesstrends (Crossfit, TRX)
- Anwendungen für die Schule
Lecture notesSkript wird im Unterricht abgegeben
Literature- Taschenatlas der Anatomie, Bewegungsapparat, W.Platzer, Thieme Verlag
- Optimales Training, J.Weineck, Erlangen, Spitta Verlag
- Sportbiologie, J.Weineck, Erlangen, Perimed Verlag
- Sportanatomie, J.Weineck, Erlangen, Perimed Verlag
- ASVZ Trainingslehre, erhältlich in Polybuchhandlung ETH
Prerequisites / NoticeTestatbedingungen/Lernkontrollen:
Anwesenheit nach ETH Regelung
Individuelle Fertigkeitsschulung

Prüfungsanforderungen:
Praxis: Konditionstraining und Kraftraum
Theorie: Schriftliche Prüfung
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.
W2 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
557-0444-01LAthletics I Information Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: Assessment II (BSc HST).
Compulsory for students of Teaching Diploma Sport on in the new Programme Regulations.
W2 credits2GA. Krebs
AbstractBasic education in light athletics covers the following skills: running (track), throwing and jumping . Training progresses from the very basics to the uppermost level. The disciplines hurdles, high jump, long jump as well as shot put, slingball and javelin are covered intensively.
ObjectiveBasics of track and field
Improving the personal performance
Understanding the relation between technique and condition
557-0454-01LSwimming I Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: Assessment II BSc HST
Compulsory for students of Teaching Diploma Sport on in the new Programme Regulations.
W2 credits2GM. Perk
AbstractBasic education in swimming: swimming, diving, water polo and artistic swimming
ObjectiveAll kind of swimming:
- learns to know and understand the individual basic techniques
- improvement of technical skills and crafts
Content- Schwimmen: Erwerben und festigen der Schwimmtechniken Rücken, Brust und Kraul sowie Grundform Delfin. Erwerben und Festigen Start und Wenden Kraul und Brust.
- Wasserspringen: Erwerben und festigen Grundtechniken Eintauchen und Abspringen aus verschiedenen Ausgangspositionen und Absprunghöhen. Einzelne Kernsprünge.
- Wasserball: Erwerben und festigen Dribbeln, Wassertreten, Ballaufnahme und Werfen. Spielformen Wasserball.
- Artistic Swimming: Erwerben und festigen Wassertreten, Paddeln, einzelne Grundfiguren.
Lecture notesWird abgegeben
Literature- Bissig M., u.a. (2004), Schwimmwelt, Bern: Schulverlag (ISBN: 3-292-00337-7)
- Swimsports.ch: Schweizerische Tests im Schwimmsport
Prerequisites / NoticeAssessment II BSc HST erfolgreich abgeschlossen.
557-0542-01LVolleyball I Information Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: Assessment III (BSc HST).
Compulsory for students of Teaching Diploma Sport on in the new Programme Regulations.
W2 credits2GM. Attinger
AbstractAcquire technical and tactical abilities in the game of volleyball
Objective- Experience and use of various aspects of volleyball as a teamplayer
Content- Techniques and tactics of indoor-volleyball (2:2 to 6:6)
- Beachvolleyball
- Various forms of warmups and tournement setups
Lecture notesPublished during the semester on "moodle"
Literature"Volleyball spielen", Foerster (BASPO), 2016
"Volleyball verstehen", Schnyder-Benoit (BASPO), 2016
"Kids Volley", Monnet et al (BASPO), 2016
"Volleyball Grundlagen" Papageorgiou/Spitzley 2005
"So wurden wir Weltklasse", Übungssammlung Beachvolleyball, Stefan Kobel
557-0604-01LSummer Sports (Climbing / Biking) Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: Assessment I (BSc HST).
Compulsory for students of Teaching Diploma Sport on in the new Programme Regulations.
W2 credits2GP. Disler, R. Volken
AbstractTry out and experiences biking or climbing techniques.
Application of movement doctrine areas in sport.
ObjectiveThe students:
-experience and try out the techniques of biking and climbing
-apply subjects of motor learning to the sports practice.
ContentBiken: Alle biketechnischen Inhalte und Fähigkeiten im Uphill- und Downhillbereich.
Klettern: Klettertechnik angewandt im Klettergarten oder in der Halle.
Lecture notesSiehe VL
LiteratureSiehe VL
Prerequisites / NoticeSiehe Studieninformation Link / education/bwsbsc07/documents/wahl
Major Education
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
557-0446-01LSwimming II Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: successful completion of Basic Education.
W2 credits2GM. Perk
Abstractmajor education in swimming, diving, water polo and artistic swimming
Objective-To deepen and widen the basics of sports swimming
-To improve your swimming capacity
-To deepen, to widen and to apply basic abilities of didactics in swimming
Content- Schwimmen: Anwenden und variieren alle Lagen (Wasserlage, Atmung, Arm- und Beinarbeit), erwerben und festigen Rollwenden und Rückenstart
- Wasserspringen: Erwerben und festigen Grundtechniken (Abspringen, Eintauchen, Anlauf) und Kernsprünge
- Wasserball: Erwerben und festigen technische Grundlagen (spez. Schwimmtechnik, Balltechnik) und Spielaufbau
- Artistic Swimming: Routine Set (spez. Schwimmtechnik, Figuren, Übergänge)
Lecture notesSkript wird abgegeben
Literature- Bissig M., u.a. (2004), Schwimmwelt, Bern: Schulverlag (ISBN: 3-292-00337-7)
- Swimsports.ch: Schweizerische Tests im Schwimmsport
557-0416-00LDance II Information Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: successful completion of Basic Education.
W2 credits2GC. König
AbstractImprovement of own dance techniques, introduction to new movement types, dance trends. Appropriation of different suitable dance methods.
Gaining of confidence in instructional competence
Promotion of creativity
ObjectiveTo widen and to enhance personal dance technique
To explore new ways of moving and different dance styles
To learn about appropriate dance methods
To win confidence in teaching dance
Development of creativity
Content- Neue Tanzrichtungen kennenlernen
- Technik verschiedener Tanzstile verbessern
- Didaktisch-methodische Inputs
- Erarbeiten von Tanzkombinationen
557-0446-02LAthletics II Information Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: successful completion of Basic Education.
W2 credits2GA. Krebs
AbstractNew, technically- demanding disciplines are presented methodically. Skills which are already familiar, will be promoted according to performance. In the practical instruction, the relationship between condition and technique is noted and demonstrated.
ObjectiveExperiencing with new track and field events
Improving the personal performance
Understanding the relation between technique and condition
ContentAcquiring the essential elements in hurdling and polevaulting
Performance training in hurdling and 400 m running
Strength- power- an speedtraining
Theoretical information to the test events and the training of condition
Lecture notesNo script
LiteratureJ+S Leiterhandbuch
Jonath U. u.a.: Leichtathletik 1, 2, 3, Rowohlt-Verlag, Reinbeck bei Hamburg, 1995
557-0524-01LHandball II Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: successful completion of Basic Education.
W2 credits2GO. Buholzer
AbstractLearn by playing - from three-a-side to six-a-side games.
The instruction is centred around the four-a-side and six-a-side games .

The systematic game development is built around the zone plays 3:2 to 4:4. In the five-a-side and six-a-side games, the collective game is focussed on.
ObjectiveThe students are able to methodically and didactically impart the idea of the game of school handball.
To improve personal skills and abilities in the game
To develop the game in a team through playing - checking - correcting
To deepen the development of the game
To improve personal skills according to individual key points in game and practice
ContentSpielanalyse - Ausgewählte Lerninhalte nach den Grundlagen der Spielanalyse
Systematische Spielentwicklung in der Kleingruppe (vom 3 gegen 2 bis zum 4 gegen 4) mit Zonenspielen
Systematische Spielentwicklung im Kollektiv 6:6 (Abwehrsystem 3:3, der Gegenstoss, kollektive Angriffsentwicklung gegen ein offensives Abwehrsystem).
Handball als Mannschaftsspiel am Beispiel erlebt.
Lecture notesDie Skriptunterlagen können von der Homepage heruntergeladen werden.
Literature* Obligatorisch Spielend Handball lernen A. Emrich Limpert Kosten Fr. 20.–
* Freiwillig Spielen lernen M. Ochsenbein/O. Buholzer SHV Kosten Fr. 15.–
Muss selbständig erworben oder bei Semesterbeginn bestellt werden.
Prerequisites / NoticeTestatbedingungen
Präsenz:
maximale Anwesenheit empfohlen

Testatübungen: Im Rahmen der Ausbildung werden Grundlagen der Spielanalyse und der Spielentwicklung erarbeitet. Für das Testat (Bewegungswissenschafter) müssen min. 6 ausgewählte Testatübungen aus mind. 3 verschiedenen praktischen Bereichen abgegeben werden.

Prüfungen
Inhalte: Die Prüfungsinhalte bestehen aus Spielübungen (gemäss Ausschriebung) und einer schriftlichen Übung.
557-0534-01LFloorball II Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: successful completion of Basic Education.
W2 credits2GB. Beutler, F. Ungrad
AbstractExperiencing unihockey/floorball - starting from solving play situations, to developping game control and getting to know concepts of teamtactics
ObjectiveImprovement of relevant factors of teamplay. Individual skill improvement.
ContentPractise in varying teams, always with goaltenders, refree.
Game preparation with tactical drills.
Playing with certain tactical tasks, feedback.
Methods: practise and reflexion.
BBB: Watching- Reflecting- Coaching
Playing bay the rules of the game, refereeing
Practical exam: 1 certain excercise form
and game performance as a teamplayer
Lecture notesclass is based on my book "unihockey basics"
Literature"unihockey basics" von B. Beutler, M. Wolf, 2004
ingold coorp, CH- 3360 Herzolgenbuchsee
ISBN: 3-03700-043-0
Producers: SVSS and swissunihockey
557-0440-00LApparatus Gymnastics and Trampoline II Information Restricted registration - show details
Prerequisites: successful completion of Basic Education.
W2 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
Education Acquired Outside ETH
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
557-0450-00LLife Saving Rescue Test Plus Pool SLRG Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Confirmation of course attendance "Brevet l SLRG" or course Brevet Basis Pool and Brevet Plus Pool.

External education! Credit points only for Sport Teaching Diploma!
O2 creditsexternal organisers
AbstractAcquirement of the livesaving rescue test l SLRG. More details: Link
ObjectiveTo recognize danger in, on and around water
Knowledge and handling of life saving equipment
Rescue and towing techniques
Orientation under water
To rescue a person
Basis knowledge in anatomy and first aid
557-0451-00LFirst Responder Level 2 Restricted registration - show details
Only for Sport Teaching Diploma students.

Confirmation of course attendance "First Responder Level 2 IVR .
More information: Link or ivr-ias.ch

External education! Credit points only for Sport Teaching Diploma!
O2 creditsexternal organisers
AbstractAttainment of "Samariterausweis". Necessary conditions: Nothilfekurs. More informations: www. samariter.ch.
Objective- To be able to judge an injured person and to apply life saving actions
- To carry out wound treatment with actual bandage
- To list the characteristics of a sprain, strain, dislocation and to apply first-aid interventions
- To carry out fixed bandages with common material
- To explain the function of the cardiovascular system
- To name the symptoms of poisoning
- To list the signs of acute illness
- To put together the content of a first-aid box
- To carry out safety interventions in daily situations.
Content* Hautverletzungen
* Wundinfektion / Blutvergiftung
* Stürze im Alltag (Verstauchungen, Prellungen, Quetschungen)
* Sportverletzungen, Knochenbrüche
* Herzkreislaufstörungen
* Alltagserkrankungen in der Familie
Prerequisites / NoticeFremdausbildung; Dauer 7x2h
Practical Training
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
376-0014-00LPractical Course in Motor Learning Information Restricted registration - show details W2 credits2GA. Krebs, A. Sonderegger
AbstractIntroduction to principles of workout theory / practical exercise experience in the fields of strength, endurance, speed, and motility / undergoing a complete workout cycle / specific methods such as intermitted workouts etc. / training in different environments / workout monitoring and performance tests
ObjectiveThe participants' practical experience of basic workout principles will enhance their competence in scheduling and structuring workout sessions and programs.
ContentIntroduction to principles of workout theory / practical exercise experience in the fields of strength, endurance, speed, and motility / undergoing a complete workout cycle / specific methods such as intermitted workouts etc. / training in different environments / workout monitoring and performance tests
376-0012-00LPractical Course in Motor Control Information Restricted registration - show details W2 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
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