Class Sport Pedagogy

  • Presentation


    The Pedagogy of Sport Curricular Unit (CU) is part of the 1st cycle in Physical Education and Sport. It aims to develop knowledge and work skills in the area of  pedagogy of sports. It is intended that students understand the value of the pedagogical dimension of sport in the education and training of human beings in different contexts of practice. The knowledge of good practices in the field of sport pedagogy will be decisive for professional performance as future sports teachers and coaches, both in terms of planning and in terms of action. Throughout this CU it is also intended that students identify different models of education of health and moral values and the importance and to educate in and for equity, in order to acquire comprehensive pedagogical skills that can be applied in different professional contexts in the field of sport.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    CP1. Basic concepts of Sport Pedagogy and Physical Activities.

    CP2. Skills for the development of teaching.

    2.1 Reflection.

    2.2 Defining learning objectives.

    2.3 Communication of the task.

    2.4 Pedagogic feedback.

    2.5 Inquiry.

    2.6 Instruction tasks.

    CP3. The competence of the sports teacher in the teaching-learning process.

    CP4. The game as a pedagogical tool.

    CP5. Sport and education for values.

    CP6. Sport and health education.

    CP7. Sport and gender. Coeducational school model.

  • Objectives


    It is intended that students acquire knowledge and skills in order to understanding the importance of the pedagogical dimension in different contexts of sport through the study of good pedagogical practices and various educational strategies.

    Defining the learning objectives (LO), it is intended that students who attend this CU:

    LO 1) acquire knowledge of the basic concepts of Sport Pedagogy and Physical Activities;

    LO 2) know and develop skills for the development of teaching;

    LO 3) recognize the role of the teacher in the teaching-learning process;

    LO4) acquire and interpret the fundamentals of good pedagogical practices in terms of planning and action;

    LO5) know and develop skills for game development as a pedagogical tool;

    LO 6) identify different models of education for moral values and health;

    LO 7) acquire knowledge and skills related to gender equality in sports teaching.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Different teaching methodologies (ME) will be used: Expository classes (ME1), Resolution of practical cases (ME2), Flipped classroom (ME3), Bibliographical research (ME4), Game-based activities (ME5), Activities in small group (ME6), Pedagogic feedback (ME7), Project construction (ME8).

  • References


    Metzler, M. (2011). Instructional models for physical education. 3 rd Edition. Routledge, NY.

    Siedentop, D. (2006). Introduction to Physical Education, Fitness and Sport. 6 th Ed. McGraw-Hill Higher


    Tinning, R. (2010). Pedagogy and Human Movement. Theory, practice research. New York. Routledge.


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