Josh O’Brien  u3049210
   Expert: An elite or highly skilled performer of    a skill used as a model in a video   Video modelling: A video of a...
   Access to equipment now easier than ever   Skill demonstration   Highlight errors   See things they may miss   Imp...
   Gymnasts 7-10 years old   Performed skill > viewed model > viewed themselves >    comparison   All subjects improved...
   Children average 11.7 years old   Group 1: Video modelling at start and halfway through their    session   Group 2: ...
   Tennis serve in 9-12 year olds   Group 1: Physical practice only   Group 2: Physical + video feedback   Group 3: Ph...
   Make training interactive   Use favourite elite athletes as models   Make the most of children’s imaginations   Tai...
   The use of unexperienced/poorly skilled    models   Focusing on the team instead of individual
   Josh O’Brien   u3049210@uni.canberra.edu.au
Video modelling and feedback in children’s sport
Video modelling and feedback in children’s sport
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Video modelling and feedback in children’s sport

  1. 1. Josh O’Brien u3049210
  2. 2.  Expert: An elite or highly skilled performer of a skill used as a model in a video Video modelling: A video of an highly skilled athlete performing the skill Intervention: When training/practice is paused to view video feedback
  3. 3.  Access to equipment now easier than ever Skill demonstration Highlight errors See things they may miss Improve coaching standards
  4. 4.  Gymnasts 7-10 years old Performed skill > viewed model > viewed themselves > comparison All subjects improved by an average of 53% All athletes and coaches rated the video modelling and feedback to be effectiveBoyer, R. Miltenberger, R. Batsche, C. & Fogel, V. (2009). Video modelling by experts with video feedbackto enhance gymnastics skills. Journal of Applied Behaviour Analysis. Vol 42
  5. 5.  Children average 11.7 years old Group 1: Video modelling at start and halfway through their session Group 2: Video of themselves twice during their session Group 1 Group 2 Set improvement 186% 106% Set retention 8.5% 20% Serve improvement 130% 180% Serve retention 12.5% -32.5%Zetou, E. Tzetzis, G. Vernadakis, N. & Kioumourtzoglou, E. (2002). Modelling in learning twovolleyball skills. Perceptual and Motor Skills. Vol 94
  6. 6.  Tennis serve in 9-12 year olds Group 1: Physical practice only Group 2: Physical + video feedback Group 3: Physical + video + imagery training Group 1: No significant improvements Groups 2 & 3: Similar improvements Similar table tennis study found imagery training to significantly improve performanceAtienza, F. Balaguer, I. % Garcia-Merita, M. (1998). Video modelling and imaging training on performanceof tennis service of 9 to 12 year old children. Perceptual and Motor Skills. Vol 87Li-Wei, Z. Qu-Wei, M. Orlick, T. & Zitzelsberger, L. (1992). The effect of mental imagery training onperfromance enhancement with 7-10 year old children. The Sport Pyschologist. Vol 6
  7. 7.  Make training interactive Use favourite elite athletes as models Make the most of children’s imaginations Tailor your training methods to your group
  8. 8.  The use of unexperienced/poorly skilled models Focusing on the team instead of individual
  9. 9.  Josh O’Brien u3049210@uni.canberra.edu.au

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