Motor Learning And Development 2nd Edition

Author: Haibach, Pamela
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492536598
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Motor Learning and Development, Second Edition With Web Resource, provides a foundation for understanding how humans acquire and continue to hone their movement skills throughout the life span.

Teaching Dance Skills

Author: Marliese Kimmerle
Publisher: Michael J Ryan
ISBN: 9781887064088
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Teaching Dance Skills integrates the principles of motor learning and development with dance teaching strategies in order to optimize the learning environment for children, adolescents, and adults ranging in skill from novice to experienced dancers. In 12 chapters the book presents a blueprint for optimal individualized dance teaching leading to optimized learning. Specific topics addressed are: selecting and organizing the dance material, how to select the most appropriate instructional methods, and the role of various modes of demonstration as well as the type of feedback most appropriate for students? age, skill, and developmental levels.

Motor Learning And Development

Author: Michael Spittle
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Size: 52.75 MB
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Produced for undergraduate unit HSE204 (Motor learning and development) offered by the Faculty of Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences' School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences in Deakin University's Flexible Learning Program.

Motor Learning And Development

Author: Tony Sparrow
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Produced for undergraduate unit HSE204 (Motor learning and development) offered by the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences' School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences in Deakin University's Open Campus Program.

Motor Learning In Practice

Author: Ian Renshaw
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134020406
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Motor Learning in Practice explores the fundamental processes of motor learning and skill acquisition in sport, and explains how a constraints-led approach can be used to design more effective learning environments for sports practice and performance. Drawing on ecological psychology, the book examines the interaction of personal, environmental and task-specific constraints in the development of motor skills, and then demonstrates how an understanding of those constraints can be applied in a wide range of specific sports and physical activities. The first section of the book contains two chapters that offer an overview of the key theoretical concepts that underpin the constraints-led approach. These chapters also examine the development of fundamental movement skills in children, and survey the most important instructional strategies that can be used to develop motor skills in sport. The second section of the book contains eighteen chapters that apply these principles to specific sports, including basketball, football, boxing, athletics field events and swimming. This is the first book to apply the theory of a constraints-led approach to training and learning techniques in sport. Including contributions from many of the world’s leading scholars in the field of motor learning and development, this book is essential reading for any advanced student, researcher or teacher with an interest in motor skills, sport psychology, sport pedagogy, coaching or physical education.

Motor Learning And Development

Author: Kirstie Hughes
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Produced for unit HMS204 (Motor learning and development) offered by the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences' School of Health Sciences in Deakin University's Open Campus Program.

Motor Learning And Development

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Produced for the undergraduate unit HSE204 (Motor learning and development) offered by the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences' School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences in Deakin University's Flexible Learning Program.

Motor Learning And Control For Dance

Author: Krasnow, Donna
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 145045741X
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Motor Learning and Control for Dance is the first textbook to blend dance science, somatic practices, and pedagogy and address motor learning theory from a dance perspective. It focuses on motor development, motor control, and motor learning while showcasing principles and practices for students and teachers.

Applied Motor Learning In Physical Education And Sports

Author: Jin Wang
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ISBN: 9781935412526
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The importance of the study of the scientific principles of learning human motor skills is evident in that motor learning is a required core course as set forth by the NASPE standards. Applied Motor Learning in Physical Education and Sports goes further than simply providing valuable scientific theories. Authors Jin Wang and Shihui Chen transform those theories into practice in an understandable approach by incorporating case studies and practitioners' implications, making this a comprehensive authority on the topic of motor learning. Written for undergraduate students, PE teachers, coaches, athletes and practitioners, each chapter includes: an introduction to the imperative theoretical models of motor learning, case studies and life examples that illustrate theoretical concepts that can be effectively applied to practical teaching, coaching, or motor learning settings, project topics that integrate theory with practice, clear illustrations, diagrams, and key components of concepts depicting the main ideas.