1 x 2-hour workshop weekly 1 x 1-hour on-line exercises weekly 1 x 1-hour on-line lecture weekly
1 9 units of HLPE topics 2 Admission into BHSMPT-Bachelor of Health Sciences, Master of Physiotherapy 2a Admission into BLITTSPC-Bachelor of Letters (Sports Performance Coaching) 2b Admission into BHSTS-Bachelor of Health Sciences (Therapy Studies) 2c Admission into BHSTSFP-Bachelor of Health Sciences (Therapy Studies) - City Campus 2d Admission into CSRBMG-Bachelor of Sport and Active Recreation/Bachelor of Business (Management) - City Campus Must Satisfy: ((1) or ((2 or 2a or 2b or 2c or 2d)))
Enrolment not permitted
HLPE2504 has been successfully completed
To fully understand the science supporting the performance of human movement physical educators and sport coaches require a comprehensive working knowledge of Biomechanics and Skill Learning. This topic investigates processes involved in both the control and the learning of skilled movement. Students will gain theoretical and practical understanding of the biomechanical principles of movement and skill learning principles.
The topic aims to provide the opportunity to develop an understanding of:
biomechanical and skill learning principles
how biomechanics and skill learning relate to skill performance
the personal, task and environmental factors that influence skilled performance
associated pedagogical implications and issues
Expected learning outcomes
At the completion of this topic students are expected to:
qualitatively and quantitatively analyse fundamental movement skills using principles of biomechanics
describe the important principles of skill learning
summarise the personal, task and environmental factors influencing skill learning using a constraints-led approach
describe the pedagogical implications and issues related to enhancing skill learning and performance
qualitatively analyse a sport skill using biomechanical and skill learning principles
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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