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350090 VU Studies on Teaching Practice 2: Multi-Perspective Approach, Reflecting and Evaluating (2018S)

(= Schulpraktische Studien 3)

2.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 35 - Sportwissenschaft
Continuous assessment of course work

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Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).

Details

max. 15 participants
Language: German

Lecturers

Classes

Diese LV findet teilgeblockt wie folgt statt:

Ort: Gymnasium St. Ursula, Franz Asenbauergasse 49, 1230 Wien

1. verpflichtender Termin: Mittwoch, 14. März 2018, 14:00 -16:30 Uhr, Treffpunkt: Aula des Gymnasiums (bei der Information)

Weitere Termine: 14. und 21. März, 11., 18. und 25. April, 2.,9.,16. und 23. Mai 2018 jeweils von 14:00 - 16:30 Uhr.


Information

Aims, contents and method of the course

After completing the lecture Grundlagen der Bewegungs- und Sportdidaktik; as well as the course; Unterrichtspraktische Studien 1 (UPS-1), the focus of UPS 2 lies multiperspectivity, a theoretically reasoned and specifically sports-methodological concept. Multiperspectivity as a didactic principle is first and foremost a principle of showing. A change in perspective provokes the question whether exercise and sports can likewise be viewed from a different perspective and thus be arranged differently (comp. constructivism).
Based on the curriculum, the subject of sportive exercise presents itself in the following practice-oriented perspectives:
- exercise as movement of purpose, form and expression
- exercise in intentional and situative relations
- exercise in heterogenous meaning contexts
- exercise between draft and experience
- exercise as an improvement of perceptive differentiation
- exercise as a structuring of spatial perception

Assessment and permitted materials

- formal criteria (attendance, citation, lesson planning)
- agreements (keeping due-dates, participation on moodle)
- content criteria (differentiated multi-perspective planning of selected topics (planning competence: 30%); conduction of lessons (teaching: 20%); observations (10%); keeping a research diary (40%);
- personal and process-oriented criteria (e.g. participation in feedback processes and discussions, reflective competence)

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

In the course UPS-2, so-far attained knowledge from other disciplines of sports science are being connected and extended under the aim of the course in a theory-based and practice-relevant manner.
The students
- are well-informed about safety and legal norms (supervision, safety, clothing, piercings, etc.) and can competently apply them in their teaching.
- know the curriculum of the respective age groups.
- are capable of planning, conducting, situationally adapting and evaluating their lessons (including measures of movement correction and social hierarchy dynamics, etc.)
- have diligently dealt with specific scientific literature regarding the course
- are capable of thematizing sports-related exercise based on topic-oriented peda-gogic perspectives (Kurz, Ehni, Stibbe), planning content- and time-schedule-wise, conduct lessons in a methodological manner, as well as evaluate in a pupil-centered manner.

Examination topics

- methodological theorization (initiation of didactic thinking)
- reflection of contingency
- contingency of reflection

Reading list


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