PED 1323 Motor Control & Motor Learning

Must give one example of the kr 1 point one example

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must give one example of the KR (1 point), one example of the KP (1 point) you used, and explain why they were appropriate for your student (s) at their stage of learning (1 point). You must identify which example is of KR, and which example is of KP. /3 Reaction to the experience . What was your reaction to the experience? Did it have any particular impact on you, develop any new understandings, etc.? /0.5 Other elements of instruction to report on (optional). _______ Correct grammar and spelling. _______ Inclusion of note from supervisor Total /10.5
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Motor Learning Introduction & Unit 1: Skill Classification WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "MOTOR LEARNING" AND "MOTOR CONTROL"? MOTOR LEARNING encompasses, in most cases, behavioral/psychological approaches to examining motor skill learning as reflected by the pattern of change in performance over trials and the relative persistence of that change during a retention or transfer test, i.e., how do you set up the learning environment to optimize learning. MOTOR CONTROL encompasses, in most cases, physiological approaches to understand how motor skills are controlled by the neuromuscular system. KIN 410 Unit 1: Skill Classification Skill Classification Whole versus part instruction LEARN PRINCIPLES TO ALLOW US TO OPTIMIZE MOTOR SKILL INSTRUCTION Augmented feedback Attention and learning Stages of Learning SKILL CLASSIFICATION 1) PRECISION OF MOVEMENT GROSS large muscle groups FINE control of small muscles All skills exist in a continuum between these two extremes of GROSS & FINE 2) PREDICTABILITY OF ENVIRONMENT closed skill = fixed, unchanging environment, , or completely predictable pattern (eg. of latter is escalator) you decide when & where to do skill open skill = temporal &/or spatial change in environment The parts of the environment that you interact with move at unpredictable times and/or in unpredictable directions. You must respond to these unpredictable changes and do skill when & where it is needed
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Motor Learning Introduction & Unit 1: Skill Classification M O V E M E N T O U T C O M E Only one outcome, or outcome not important Multiple outcomes required, and outcome quality important CLOSED SKILL ( p e r s o n c a n i g n o r e , o r p r e d i c t , t h e e n v i r o n m e n t w h e n d o i n g s k i l l ) Category 1 hit ball from T Category 3 hit ball on T to different heights OPEN SKILL ( p e r s o n m u s t r e s p o n d t o u n p r e d i c t a b l e e n v i r o n m e n t w h e n d o i n g s k i l l ) Category 2 hit ball from pitcher Category 4 hit ball from pitcher to different heights For a category 4 motor skill you teach: Describe it & explain why it is in category 4. Determine what related skills that would fit in more basic categories that could be used to help learn the goal skill.
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Motor Learning Unit 2: Whole & Part Learning WHOLE AND PART LEARNING P A R T P R A C T I C E T E C H N I Q U E S 1 ) P R A C T I C E G R O U P E D P A R T S C a n p r a c t i c e p a r t s i n d e p e n d e n t l y i f t h e y d o n o t d e p e n d o n o t h e r p a r t s
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  • Fall '11
  • John Smith
  • The Land, Motor control, Gordon Chalmers

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