Team Assessment and Pedagogy as Informed by Sports Coaching and Assessment (bibtex)
by Benjamin Goldberg, Benjamin Nye, H Chad Lane, Mark Guadagnoli
Abstract:
In this chapter, we consider pedagogical insights offered by three different sources of information from sports coaching and assessment: published reports of sports training, first-hand accounts of team training, and a review of assessment approaches for measuring team performance. These issues are considered in the context of an integrated taxonomy of feedback that considers when feedback was given, who it was given to (e.g., individual vs. team), the type of feedback (e.g., positive vs. negative), and the specificity of feedback (e.g., detailed issues vs. brief note). The goal of this work is to consider how these patterns might generalize to a wider range of learning tasks, to improve both learning and assessment of team performance.
Reference:
Team Assessment and Pedagogy as Informed by Sports Coaching and Assessment (Benjamin Goldberg, Benjamin Nye, H Chad Lane, Mark Guadagnoli), Chapter in Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Volume 6-Team Modeling, US Army Research Laboratory (ARL), 2018.
Bibtex Entry:
@incollection{goldberg_team_2018,
	address = {Orlando, Florida},
	title = {Team {Assessment} and {Pedagogy} as {Informed} by {Sports} {Coaching} and {Assessment}},
	isbn = {978-0-9977257-4-2},
	url = {https://gifttutoring.org/attachments/download/3029/Design%20Recommendations%20for%20ITS_Volume%206%20-%20Team%20Tutoring_final.pdf},
	abstract = {In this chapter, we consider pedagogical insights offered by three different sources of information from sports coaching and assessment: published reports of sports training, first-hand accounts of team training, and a review of assessment approaches for measuring team performance. These issues are considered in the context of an integrated taxonomy of feedback that considers when feedback was given, who it was given to (e.g., individual vs. team), the type of feedback (e.g., positive vs. negative), and the specificity of feedback (e.g., detailed issues vs. brief note). The goal of this work is to consider how these patterns might generalize to a wider range of learning tasks, to improve both learning and assessment of team performance.},
	booktitle = {Design {Recommendations} for {Intelligent} {Tutoring} {Systems}: {Volume} 6-{Team} {Modeling}},
	publisher = {US Army Research Laboratory (ARL)},
	author = {Goldberg, Benjamin and Nye, Benjamin and Lane, H Chad and Guadagnoli, Mark},
	month = aug,
	year = {2018},
	keywords = {ARL, DoD, Learning Sciences, UARC},
	pages = {105--119}
}
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