Optimising Learning Environments in Sport and Exercise Science: Theory and Practical Applications

Konstantaki, Maria (2006) Optimising Learning Environments in Sport and Exercise Science: Theory and Practical Applications. The Sport and Exercise Scientist, 8. pp. 28-29. ISSN 1754-3452

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Abstract

Teaching methods in Higher Education are increasingly becoming student-centred rather than lecturer-centred. This article provides examples from exercise physiology to demonstrate the application of selected learning and teaching theories when teaching sport and exercise science. Studies that have evaluated the effectiveness of learning and teaching methods in sport and exercise sciences are limited. The present article, although largely based on experiences of the author, proposes that learning is enhanced through the application of theory, and invites readers to test these suggestions.

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