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Compulsory Module 5: Fundamentals of Pedagogical Aspects in Sport and Training Science (10 ECTS-Credits, 6 h)
Prerequisites for registration: successful completion of Compulsory Module 1
Learning Outcome: Graduates of this Module - know the basic terms of sport education and their relevance for school and extracurricular movement and sport education; - know concepts of gender-sensitive and inclusive teaching and learning and are able to reflect and apply them with regard to structure teaching; - have fundamental knowledge of approaches and concepts of inclusion and are able to impart it differentiated and subject-oriented with regard to different ages, abilities, performances and gender; - have fundamental knowledge of training methods and principles of coordinative And conditional abilities and are able to plan and implement training processes with regard to different ages, abilities, performances and gender in terms of competence orientation; - know procedures to evaluate motoric performance and are able to apply appropriate test procedures; - know selected psychological and educational concepts of experimental education and are able to impart it with regard to different ages, abilities, performances and gender; - are able to plan selected teaching sequences within outdoor activities with regard to safety-specific and ecological views, implement, analyse and evaluate them with pupils; - know subject-related didactical concepts to impart climbing-specific movement offers and are able to plan and responsibly implement appropriate teaching sequences with regard to competence models and safety measures.
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621077
Sports climbing (UE / 1h / 1 ECTS-AP)
Walter Gebert
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621087
Sports climbing (UE / 1h / 1 ECTS-AP)
Walter Gebert
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621163
Sports climbing (UE / 1h / 1 ECTS-AP)
Martin Wibmer
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621183
Fachdidaktik Erlebnis - Abenteuer (VU / 1h / 1 ECTS-AP)
Katharina Wirnitzer
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Notes:
  • There may still be changes in the courses offered as well as room allocation and course dates.
  • The course descriptions found in the English version of the course catalogue are for informational purposes only. Authoritative information can be found in the "Vorlesungsverzeichnis" (German version of the course catalogue).