EXB102THURMARCH4LEC

EXB102THURMARCH4LEC - 1 EXB102- Thursday, March 4th 2010...

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1 EXB102- Thursday, March 4 th 2010 Alternative final Sunday march 14th 5:30pm Tuesday class sign up for alt. final FEEDBACK FOR SKILL LEARNING FEEDBACK CLASSIFICATION 1.) Intrinsic Feedback -information feedback performance get as a natural consequence of their movement. Example of feedback you get as a natural consequence of the movement -movement doesn’t feel right. 2.) Extrinsic or Augmented Feedback- If it outside your body- this is artificial. Unnatural and augmented- Example- showing video of you Heart rate monitor Information about the measured performance outcome that is fed back to the learner of some artificial mean (ex. When a coach tells you…) a.) Knowledge of Results (KR) Extrinsic- usually verbal- related to the nature of the result (outcome) Example- you were wide left (is the feedback) tells me nothingabout movement pattern b.) Knowledge of Performance (KP) Extrinsic feedback is related to the nature of the movement pattern produced. (to give good KP- need to know outcome Example- you let go too soon and you miss the target- feedback tells me the pattern of movement FUNCTIONS OF FEEDBACK 1.) Motivational ("Energizing") -getting feedback from an opponent -knowing you are not doing your best -movement feels right
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2 2.) Reinforcing Movement can be reinforcing a.) Law of Effect (Thorndike, 1927) -feedback can be enforcing b.) Intermittent Reinforcement -the schedule of reinforcement – you reward on a random schedule 5.) Informational -all extrinsic feedback can be informational Example- “you fell down” (gymnast) redundant feedback because she already knew that intrinsically 6.) Dependency-Producing How can feedback show us in a negative- depending on the feedback, coach should make feedback concise and accurate. *feedback is important in timeouts, arousal affects attention
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