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Sport Teaching Diploma Information
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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.
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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