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Game sense

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Game sense

  1. 1. Teaching approach Game Sense Andrew Mitas 17434544
  2. 2. A research perspective
  3. 3. Game Sense is an exciting and innovative approach to coaching and physical education that places the game at the heart of the session. It encourages the player to develop skills in a realistic context, to become more tactically aware, to make better decisions and to have more fun. (Light, 2013, p. 14) Game Sense is a comprehensive, research-informed introduction to the Game Sense approach that defines and explores key concepts and essential pedagogical theory, and that offers an extensive series of practical examples and plans for using Game Sense in real teaching and coaching situations. (Light, 2013, p. 17)
  4. 4. How is Game Sense used Game sense is used along with an appreciative inquiry based learning where by the learning of sport skills is learned while playing the game as opposed to learning it through a more traditional ‘technique’ based learning system (Pill, 2016, p. 281) This idea revolves around the notion that children learn better through inquiry rather than through drilling a single technique. So rather than learning a particular skill and then the game children are encouraged to learn whilst playing the game.
  5. 5. Why Game Sense? Traditionally lessons are too focused on movement compliance where the teacher predominantly uses directive teaching, teaching only one skill at a time Multi activity program designs where students move through a series of movement skills without enough time to become competent in them of transfer the concepts of one unit of work
  6. 6. Game Sense Game Sense teaching is the application of technique in the context of play, therefore tactical, technique and fitness components are taught contextually in a designer game to represent the “whole” and offer means of integrated tactical and technical learning. This is as opposed to a tradition teaching approach focusing on singular skills (O,Leary, 2016). This approach is taking form currently and is growing with followers. This approach is a fundamental improvement on the traditional approach as children have the ability to start playing and enjoying themselves from the onset
  7. 7. References Light, R., Ebooks Corporation, & ProQuest. (2013). Game sense pedagogy for performance, participation and enjoyment (Routledge studies in physical education and youth sport). Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge. Pill, S. (2016). An appreciative inquiry exploring game sense teaching in physical education. Sport, Education and Society, 21(2), 279-297. O’Leary, N. (2016). Learning informally to use the ‘full version’ of teaching games for understanding. European Physical Education Review,