Pedagogical Feedback for Computer-based Sport Training

P Iskandar, Yulita Hanum, Gilbert, Lester and Wills, Gary (2010) Pedagogical Feedback for Computer-based Sport Training. In, 2010 International Computer Assisted Assessment (CAA) Conference: Research into E-Assessment, Southampton, UK, 20 - 21 Jul 2010.


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Feedback in Computer-based Sport Training (CBST) may be synthetically designed to allow athletes to practise in a more effective way and enhance their skill acquisition. Little research has integrated pedagogic theory and instructional design with the design of feedback in CBST. To bridge this gap, the paper presents the design of pedagogically-informed feedback for the implementation of a CBST system. The heart of the design is to generate feedback based on the athletes’ achievement of their intended training outcome. The pedagogical feedback system measures athletes’ performance and compares it with the given training outcomes. The system then identifies the performance’s gap and generates feedback to reinforce better performance. A Counterbalanced experiment asked student rowers (N = 8) to explore the differences between the pedagogical feedback system and their current feedback system (Sean-Analysis). Pedagogical feedback was at least as good as Sean-Analysis with respect to the level of satisfaction of the athlete. Overall, it can be concluded that the pedagogical feedback appears to be a good model for generating feedback in CBST.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Additional Information: Event Dates: 20th & 21st July 2010
Divisions : Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering > Electronics and Computer Science > Electronic & Software Systems
ePrint ID: 271326
Accepted Date and Publication Date:
28 June 2010Submitted
Date Deposited: 02 Jul 2010 08:03
Last Modified: 31 Mar 2016 14:18
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