Instructional Effects of Teacher Feedback in Physical Education

April 1993
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr1993, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p228
Academic Journal
This article presents information on a study about feedback research in physical education and discusses factors which might help explain some inconsistencies. Feedback is considered an important function and researchers in sport pedagogy have shown interest in verifying this importance to achievement in physical education. The essential role of teacher feedback in motor-skill learning is questioned.


Related Articles

  • Gestalten Practice Pattern Selection: Methodology and Task Structure. Johnson, Marion Lee // Quest (00336297);Jun1970, Vol. 14, p56 

    The article discusses the Gestalten practice continuum as applied to teaching Physical education subjects. It discusses the unitary game, motor whole and motor part as components of the Gestalten practice continuum. It explores how a particular sports activity can be taught utilizing the motor...

  • Are Sports Classes Worthwhile?  // Journal of Sport Psychology;1986, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p4 

    The article discusses the paper entitled "Investigation of selected psychomotor variables of pupils attending physical education classes with the aim of evaluating their giftedness," by J. Klodckea-Rozalska which was published in "Theor. u. Prax. d. Körperkult." The author describes...

  • Exercise Science. Hinkle Smith, Shelby L. // Exercise Science -- Research Starters Education;4/1/2017, p1 

    This article defines and describes the academic discipline of exercise science and its subdisciplines in the context of physical education. The subdisciplines of exercise science (sport and exercise psychology, exercise physiology, biomechanics, motor learning and development, and kinesiology)...

  • EFFECTIVE SPEED AND AGILITY CONDITIONING METHODOLOGY FOR RANDOM INTERMITTENT DYNAMIC TYPE SPORTS. Bloomfield, Jonathan; Polman, Remco; O'Donoghue, Peter; McNaughton, Lars // Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (Allen Press Publish;Nov2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p1093 

    Different coaching methods are often used to improve performance. This study compared the effectiveness of 2 methodologies for speed and agility conditioning for random, intermittent, and dynamic activity sports (e.g., soccer, tennis, hockey, basketball, rugby, and netball) and the necessity for...

  • Understanding the Meaning of Effort in Learning a Motor Skill: Ability Conceptions. Weidong Li // Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul2006, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p298 

    This study was designed to examine the relationship between conceptions of ability and understandings of the meaning of effort. Participants practiced a novel task and completed an ability conceptions questionnaire prior to instruction and a meaning of effort survey after practicing the task....

  • Motor Skill Analysis: Coincidence-Anticipation. Stadulis, Robert E. // Quest (00336297);Jan1972, Vol. 17, p70 

    The article discusses the importance of analysis of motor skills in physical education. Analysis of motor skills are of much importance for a physical educator, because skilled interception is very often involved in physical activity and sport. Interception behavior is described on the basis of...

  • Efficacy of Movement Analysis and Intervention Skills. Overdorf, Virginia G.; Coker, Cheryl A. // Physical Educator;Spring2013, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p195 

    The development of skillful movers is arguably one of the most important goals of physical education. According to the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (2004), skill proficiency and confidence are paramount to developing a lifelong commitment to being physically active. Yet...

  • RELACIJE KOGNITIVNIH SPOSOBNOSTI I KOORDINACIJE U RITMU. Tumin, Dušanka; Madić, Dejan; Popović, Boris // Sport Mont;sep2012, Issue 34-36, p94 

    According to many authors who have studied the relations of cognitive and motor skills (Ismail, Madić), there is a relationship between these two anthropological spaces. Motor skill is related with cognitive factor, especially in these tasks which have unusual rhythmic structure where speed...

  • Kinesiology: The Label for the Study of Physical Activity in Higher Education. Newell, Karl M. // Quest (00336297);Dec1990, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p269 

    Kinesiology is the study of movement or, more generally, the study of physical activity. The term kinesiology meets all the criteria for labeling the academic physical activity domain and has the useful advantage of being neutral in many of the current debates regarding emphases on the...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics