|Owning Department/School:||Department of Education|
|Level:||Certificate (FHEQ level 4)|
|Supplementary Assessment:||Like-for-like reassessment (where allowed by programme regulations)|
To understand the key theoretical approaches to formal and informal pedagogies with respect to the processes of learning and for application to a variety of contexts including teaching, coaching and working with young people.
To develop the following:
* Ability to plan for pedagogical instruction;
* Ability to evaluate pedagogical effectiveness;
* An understanding of young people as embodied learners;
* Ability to utilise different types of subject knowledge.
Comprehensive and scholarly written communication (e.g. essays) T/F/A
Concise, time-bound and effective written communication (e.g. briefings / exams) A
Effective oral communication (e.g. practical demonstration) T/F/A
Ability to select, summarise and synthesis written information from multiple sources. T/F/A
Ability to apply theory into practice. T/F/A
Ability to select and use appropriate ideas to produce a coherent response to a pre-set question. T/F/A
Ability to produce work to agreed specifications and deadlines. A
Ability to work independently, without close supervision of guidance. A
Theorising Sport, Pedagogy and Physical Activity
* What is sport pedagogy
* Why is it important
* Who is it important for?
* How do we learn about sport, physical activity and the body
Planning for pedagogical instruction:
* Creation of a learning framework through specification of aims/objective, assessment, evaluation
* Pedagogue as a more capable other; nature of the coach-athlete relationship, roles and social context of the pedagogue / pedagogy
Applying pedagogical strategies and professional practice.
ED10143 is Compulsory on the following programmes:Department of Education