HOW DO STUDENTS LEARN? TEACHING STYLES AND NON-LINEAR DIDACTICS IN DIFFERENT CONTEXTS

Dario Colella, Giacomo Pascali, Domenico Monacis

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The teaching of motor competencies requires variation in teaching styles, determining different learning methods. Production styles promote the learning of executive variants of the motor task, according to a non-linear approach. The contribution presents a list of teacher behaviors and the teaching conditions for planning. Through action-research and microteaching experiences, the behaviors of the teacher for educational planning were identified and for qualitative learning

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Motor Learning; Non-linear teaching; Physical Education; Teacher training; Teaching Styles

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v8i2.1133

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