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Transcript of FEEDBACK
Functions of Feedback
Feedback LAB Activity
Volleyball and Hoop
what is feedback?
functions of feedback (benefits)
types of feedback
the effectiveness of feedback
LAB - optional
feedback refers to the information that a performer receives about the performance of a skill
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Types of Feedback
before we understand more about each of these types of feedback, let's look at the benefits of feedback
Feedback can be received in the form of:
Knowledge of Results
Knowledge of Performance
feedback is important in the development of a skill
feedback benefits the learner through:
it is particularly important for learners of a new skill
informing the learner (teaching)
why is feedback important?
this type of feedback comes from within the body
this is the 'feel' of the performance
feedback from external source
eg. sight & sounds from a swish in basketball, video analysis from coach
the two major types of feedback are
within external feedback, there are different types
let's explore these now...
eg. in cricket, an elite player knows when they have struck the ball cleanly. this comes from the 'feeling of the movement'
this feedback is affirming and encouraging
reinforces an action
eg. "excellent, that was a great kick!"
this feedback comes when there is an error in the performance
eg. when you fail to score from a shot at goal
feedback given while the athlete is still competing
eg. athletics coach wanting a runner to lift their knees higher
feedback provided after the execution of the skill
eg. after a 3m dive, coach asks the diver to tuck knees up closer to chest as the turn was too slow
'KNOWLEDGE OF RESULTS'
involves receiving a 'yes' or 'no' answer to the success of the their performance
eg. badminton player sees their serve fall outside the service area
'KNOWLEDGE OF PERFORMANCE'
involves the athlete receiving information about the performance along with feedback on how to improve
eg. coach explains that player is swinging too late on the serve
there are other forms of external feedback
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