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Physical education: advanced level individual sports30651/4115/1819/1/22
Study guide

Physical education: advanced level individual sports

Academic year 2018-19
Is found in:
  • English programme for Health, Education and Welfare, programme stage 2
This is a single course unit.
Study load: 3 credits
Weight: 3,00
Total study time: 81,00 hours
Possible deadlines for learning account: 15.03.2019 ()

Organisation of education

Teaching Activities, Learning Activities, Assessment Activities
Lecture2,00 hours
Self-study29,00 hours
Seminar29,00 hours
Supervised independent work21,00 hours
This course unit is marked out of 20 (rounded to an integer).
Re-sit exam: is possible.
Co-ordinator: Permentier Veerle
Other teaching staff: Bens Ann
Language course: No
Languages: English
Scheduled for: Semester 2


The objectives of this course are in line with the programme-specific learning outcomes


The course is made up of the following components:

Biomechanics: movement analyses (dartfish, kinovea, ubersense,...)
Gymnastics: advanced level: summersault, backflip
Swimming: butterfly and endurance race (400m)

Order of enrolment

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Final objectives

LEARNING OUTCOME 4:Pursue autonomous and lifelong experience-based learning

4.1 Integrate current methods and technology in their own teaching practice
4.2 Constantly update their own subject-specific and pedagogical expertise

LEARNING OUTCOME 7:Use diversity and added value for didactic-pedagogical processes in the teaching practice.

7.2 Develop objectives, methods, learning content, learning activities and assessment forms tailored to each student
7.4 Constructively involve the contextual diversity of the child and the school by differentiating in the classroom and at school

LEARNING OUTCOME 8:Create a dynamic and innovative learning environment in all its facets in an enterprising manner

8.2 Use authentic experiences as context for the learning process

LEARNING OUTCOME 9:Integrate subject-specific and didactic expertise to create customised learning opportunities for all students

9.3 Pursue coherence in the courses on offer, in both subject-specific and cross-curricular education.

Organisation of education

This course unit supports the possibility to implement an international speaker or/and a visit in an international context

Lecture with interactive elements
Practicum/skills lab
Group work
Task based learning
supervised independent work (*)

Study guidance

Use of electronic learning environment


First examination period
Written examination intended for standardized answers, multiple choice questions and open questions, closed or open book (45% of the marks)
A skill test (45% of the marks)
An assignment (10% of the marks)
Cf. EER HoGhent (2018 - 2019) and EER -Faculty Education, Health and Social Work (2018 - 2019)
Presence in the lessons is obliged for the assessment in this training module. A prerequisite for the evaluation, is to attend the scheduled lessons, to participate actively in all the course components, to accomplish the assignments en to respect the given deadlines of these tasks and assignments.


Second examination period
An analogous exam is organized during the resits.
cf. EER HoGhent (2018 - 2019) and EER -Faculty Education, Health and Social Work (2018- 2019)

Study costs

The total cost of the books mentioned in the section "Study materials: Mandatory" is estimated at around 40 euros.

Key words

Teacher education
Physical training, motor learning, sport