Computer Technology for Exercise and Sport Pedagogy: Recording, Storing, and Analyzing Interval Data

April 1984
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Spring1984, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p17
Academic Journal
This article focuses on the increased use of computers to record, store, and analyze data that pertains to exercise and sport pedagogy. Researchers have most commonly measured sport studies through observation of teachers, students, coaches, and athletes as they behave in the natural physical activity setting. The most common recording tool was the pencil, but recently computer manufacturers have made briefcase-size computers available for use in recording and restoring data. The article describes the necessary hardware and software and the use of the programs.


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