PED 1323 Motor Control & Motor Learning

North coast gymnastics academy andrea roberts 360 733

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North Coast Gymnastics Academy Andrea Roberts, 360-733-6969 NothWest Terapeutic Riding Center 1884 Kelly Rd., Bellingham Julia 360-966-2124 Fairhaven Estates Assisted Living 2600 Old Fairhaven Parkway Bellingham, Wa 98225 Janet Newman, activity director [email protected] (360) 647-1254 Bellingham Parks and Rec. Adapted Aquatics Program for Specially Challenged Individuals Bellingham Aquatics Center Dominic Finazzo 778-7074 Note: If you do your community work at the Adapted Aquatics Program you may not complete your 8 hour requirement by the due date of the assignment if you attend one hour per week. In this case, contact Dr. Chalmers well before the due date to get an extension on the due date. FINALLY: Please help keep this list of community contacts up-to-date. If you contact an agency on this list and the contact person or phone number has changed, or if they are not interested in volunteers, please let Dr. Chalmers know. If you work with a person or agency not on this list, and they would be interested in having volunteers in the future, please also let Dr. Chalmers know so the list can be updated. Thanks .
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Motor Learning Community Instruction Assignment Grading Sheet NAME:_______________________________________ 1: .Project site (a) Name of program (b) Location and contact person (c) Brief program description (e.g. 1-3 sentences) 2: Report of teaching methods used (2-4 Pages, double spaced) Each of these topics does not need to be described for each day. You must report and explain ONE specific example for each teaching technique topic listed, using the terminology used in class. Your explanation must demonstrate both knowledge and understanding of the teaching technique (by the use of the correct terminology and context for its use), and the appropriate application of the teaching technique (by the example you give). See the additional specifics described with each section heading listed below. If a specific teaching method was not used, tell why you could not or would not use it with your student(s). The report must be organized following the sequence listed below, and using the following bold subheadings to identify each section: Stages of learning; Attention; Part instruction; Augmented feedback; Reaction to the experience; Other elements . Stage(s) of learning observed (not skill classification). What stage of learning were the students in, and how could you tell this? /2 Attention demands and instruction. Identify two enduring dispositions acting on your learner that influenced learning (2 points). The enduring disposition examples may illustrate factors that were naturally in the learner’s environment that helped or hindered learning, and/or factors that you created in the learning environment to facilitate learning. For each of the two examples, state which of the type of enduring disposition (visual, meaningful, or unexpected) the example illustrates (1 point). /3 Part instruction employed. Give a good example of one part instruction method used. /2 Augmented feedback provided to learner. Describe the sort of feedback you provided. You
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  • Fall '11
  • John Smith
  • The Land, Motor control, Gordon Chalmers

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