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Chapter 10 - Providing Feedback During The Learning Experience

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Department
Physical Education and Sport
Course
PEDS203
Professor
Adrian Popescu
Semester
Fall

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November 29Chapter 10 Providing feedback during the learing experience y Contextual interference effect represents a set of rules relating action outcomes to the parameters This is false y It should be Schema effect represents a set of rules relating action outcomes to the parametersIntrinsic Feedback y It is the sensory information naturally occurring when people produce movement aka movementproduced feedback y 2 sources 1 outside the bodyexteroception 2 within the bodyproprioception y Directly perceived by learners no assistance Extrinsic Feedbacky The information provided by an outside source in addition to that which occurs when people produce movement y 2
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