GIH biblioteket

   
 
Game sense for coaching and teaching : international perspectives
Your basket is empty
Vis
Location
  • Eabr Game
Title Statement
  • Game sense for coaching and teaching : international perspectives
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York : 2021
Physical Description
  • xvi, 233 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 25 cm
Formatted Contents Note
  • Game sense : its history, development and future / Richard L. Light -- Humanism and holism : the philosophical foundations of game senseRichard L. Light and Amy L. Light -- Reconciling approaches : informing game sense coaching pedagogy with a constraints-led perspective / Shane Pill -- The body and learning through game sense / Richard L. Light -- Game sense, culture and learning : a focus on Asia / Richard L. Light -- The influence of context on teachers' and coaches' use of GBA / Bianca C. de Aguiar and Richard Light -- The influence of games and culture on indigenous AFL and NRL players' development of expertise / Richard L. Light and John R. Evans -- Adapting a game sense approach to coaching rugby in Chile / Nick Hill -- Ako and indigenous athletes : Kaupapa Māori principles and game sense pedagogy / Jeremy Hapeta, John R. Evans and Graham H. Smith -- Teaching decision-making and creativity as a vital issue for teacher education : a qualitative intervention study with German trainee teachers / Stefan König and Daniel Memmert -- A bigger picture : aligning game sense with curriculum standards / Steve Mitchel -- Discovering game shape through cooperative team adventures / Dennis Slade -- English and Australian teachers' interpretation and use of GBA / Kendall Jarrett and Richard L. Light -- What do children learn from the game? : a study of elementary physical education in Aichi, Japan / Kazunari Suzuki, Yutaka Nakajima, Yamata and Junpei Yamashita -- Applied game sense and positive pedagogy in high school rugby / Cameron Gray -- The utility of game sense for PE teachers, sport coaches and policy-makers : a models based narrative / Glenn Fyall and Jackie Cowan -- Implementing TGfU in an Australian independent school : an affective journey / Christina Curry and Richard L. Light -- The use of coaching pods for coach education in croquet coaching pods : possibilities for game sense / Jenny Clarke -- What's in a name? : the influence of game sense on a New Zealand basketball coach's practice / Ricardo Pimenta and Richard Light -- From the games concept approach to game sense to positive pedagogy : my pedagogical journey / Mohammad, Shah Razak -- Learning from adaptation games in a Japanese basketball unit / Koji Murase and Hisataka Ambe -- Concluding thoughts : game sense for teaching and coaching globally / Christina Curry and Shane Pill.
Summary, etc
  • "Sport coaching has grown significantly as an area of research interest with an expanding number of sport coaching programs offered. The past decade or so has also seen significant interest in games-based approaches to coaching and teaching games. On a global basis, Game Sense is one of the most recognized athlete-centred approaches for team sports, probably close behind Teaching Games for Understanding. Game Sense for Coaching and Teaching provides an understanding of how an Australian approach to coaching has grown and developed as it is taken up across the globe. While the focus is on Game Sense, it also offers insights into how any coaching or PE teaching approach changes as it is adapted to different contexts across the world examining the theoretical, historical and philosophical foundations of sport coaching and teaching in schools. This book is particular use for undergraduate and post graduate sport coaching and PE courses but is also likely to also be of interest for all practicing sports coaches or physical education teachers and lecturers"-- Provided by publisher.
Index Term - Uncontrolled
Added Entry - Personal Name
Additional Physical Form Entry
  • Online version: Game sense for coaching and teaching New York, NY : Routledge, 2021. ISBN 9781003131557
ISBN
  • 9780367674991
  • 0367674998
  • 9780367741587
  • 036774158X
Waiting
  • 0 (0)
*00006577cam a2200757 i 4500
*00166407
*00520210818140611.0
*008210818t20212021nyua|||||b||||001 0|eng| 
*020  $a9780367674991$qhardcover
*020  $a0367674998$qhardcover
*020  $a9780367741587$qpaperback
*020  $a036774158X$qpaperback
*020  $z9781003131557
*020  $z9781000364255
*020  $z9781000364231
*020  $qelectronic book$z9781003131557$z9781000364255$z9781000364231
*020  $qelectronic publication$z9781003131557$z9781000364255$z9781000364231
*020  $qelectronic book$z9781003131557$z9781000364255$z9781000364231
*0248 $a40030507550
*035  $a(OCoLC)on1201693055
*035  $a(SE-LIBR)jxxdbxdzgqc1cj9h
*040  $aGih$beng$cDLC$dYDX$dOCLCO$dOCLCF$dUKMGB$dYDX$dYUS$dGih$ei$erda
*041  $aeng
*050 0$aGV711
*08200$a796.07/7$223
*084  $aEabr$2kssb/8
*084  $aRb$2kssb/8
*24510$aGame sense for coaching and teaching :$binternational perspectives /$cedited by Richard L. Light and Christina Curry.
*264 1$aNew York :$bRoutledge, Taylor & Francis Group,$c2021
*300  $axvi, 233 pages :$billustrations (black and white) ;$c25 cm
*336  $atext$btxt$2rdacontent
*337  $aunmediated$bn$2rdamedia
*338  $avolume$bnc$2rdacarrier
*504  $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
*5058 $aGame sense : its history, development and future / Richard L. Light -- Humanism and holism : the philosophical foundations of game senseRichard L. Light and Amy L. Light -- Reconciling approaches : informing game sense coaching pedagogy with a constraints-led perspective / Shane Pill -- The body and learning through game sense / Richard L. Light -- Game sense, culture and learning : a focus on Asia / Richard L. Light -- The influence of context on teachers' and coaches' use of GBA / Bianca C. de Aguiar and Richard Light -- The influence of games and culture on indigenous AFL and NRL players' development of expertise / Richard L. Light and John R. Evans -- Adapting a game sense approach to coaching rugby in Chile / Nick Hill -- Ako and indigenous athletes : Kaupapa Māori principles and game sense pedagogy / Jeremy Hapeta, John R. Evans and Graham H. Smith -- Teaching decision-making and creativity as a vital issue for teacher education : a qualitative intervention study with German trainee teachers / Stefan König and Daniel Memmert -- A bigger picture : aligning game sense with curriculum standards / Steve Mitchel -- Discovering game shape through cooperative team adventures / Dennis Slade -- English and Australian teachers' interpretation and use of GBA / Kendall Jarrett and Richard L. Light -- What do children learn from the game? : a study of elementary physical education in Aichi, Japan / Kazunari Suzuki, Yutaka Nakajima, Yamata and Junpei Yamashita -- Applied game sense and positive pedagogy in high school rugby / Cameron Gray -- The utility of game sense for PE teachers, sport coaches and policy-makers : a models based narrative / Glenn Fyall and Jackie Cowan -- Implementing TGfU in an Australian independent school : an affective journey / Christina Curry and Richard L. Light -- The use of coaching pods for coach education in croquet coaching pods : possibilities for game sense / Jenny Clarke -- What's in a name? : the influence of game sense on a New Zealand basketball coach's practice / Ricardo Pimenta and Richard Light -- From the games concept approach to game sense to positive pedagogy : my pedagogical journey / Mohammad, Shah Razak -- Learning from adaptation games in a Japanese basketball unit / Koji Murase and Hisataka Ambe -- Concluding thoughts : game sense for teaching and coaching globally / Christina Curry and Shane Pill.
*520  $a"Sport coaching has grown significantly as an area of research interest with an expanding number of sport coaching programs offered. The past decade or so has also seen significant interest in games-based approaches to coaching and teaching games. On a global basis, Game Sense is one of the most recognized athlete-centred approaches for team sports, probably close behind Teaching Games for Understanding. Game Sense for Coaching and Teaching provides an understanding of how an Australian approach to coaching has grown and developed as it is taken up across the globe. While the focus is on Game Sense, it also offers insights into how any coaching or PE teaching approach changes as it is adapted to different contexts across the world examining the theoretical, historical and philosophical foundations of sport coaching and teaching in schools. This book is particular use for undergraduate and post graduate sport coaching and PE courses but is also likely to also be of interest for all practicing sports coaches or physical education teachers and lecturers"--$cProvided by publisher.
*599  $aImported from: zcat.oclc.org:210/OLUCWorldCat (Do not remove)
*650 7$aIdrottsundervisning$2sao
*650 0$aCoaching (Athletics)
*650 0$aPhysical education and training.
*650 0$aCoaches (Athletics)$xTraining of.
*650 7$aCoaching (Athletics)$2fast
*650 7$aPhysical education and training.$2fast
*650 7$aCoaches (Athletics)$xTraining of.$2fast
*650 0$aPhysical education and training
*653  $aIdrottsundervisning
*653  $aCoaching
*653  $aBarn och idrott
*653  $aBollsport
*653  $aSpelförståelse
*653  $aLagidrott
*7001 $aLight, Richard$q(Richard Lawrence)$4edt
*7001 $aCurry, Christina$4edt
*77608$iOnline version:$tGame sense for coaching and teaching$dNew York, NY : Routledge, 2021.$z9781003131557
*852  $5Gih$bGih$hEabr Game
^
No reviews exists for this book.
Click here to be the first to write a review.

"Sport coaching has grown significantly as an area of research interest with an expanding number of sport coaching programs offered. The past decade or so has also seen significant interest in games-based approaches to coaching and teaching games. On a global basis, Game Sense is one of the most recognized athlete-centred approaches for team sports, probably close behind Teaching Games for Understanding. Game Sense for Coaching and Teaching provides an understanding of how an Australian approach to coaching has grown and developed as it is taken up across the globe. While the focus is on Game Sense, it also offers insights into how any coaching or PE teaching approach changes as it is adapted to different contexts across the world examining the theoretical, historical and philosophical foundations of sport coaching and teaching in schools. This book is particular use for undergraduate and post graduate sport coaching and PE courses but is also likely to also be of interest for all practicing sports coaches or physical education teachers and lecturers"--

Send to
IdStatusDue dateOwnerShelf
Ex1On loan15.11.2021GIH biblioteketEabr Game