Advances in Physical Education

Volume 10, Issue 3 (August 2020)

ISSN Print: 2164-0386   ISSN Online: 2164-0408

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A Conceptual Perspective on Mediating Competence in Sports Coaching and Physical Education

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Qualification and study programmes in sports coaching and physical education are based on concepts from Educational Sciences and, at least in part, Sports Sciences; established standards aim to didactically and methodologically educate best for an intended (e.g. learning objective) as well as setting-oriented (e.g. educational context) coaching or teaching, respectively. However, an often referred to mediating competenceremains to be specified—if not, classified. Against the background of a categorizing approach on underlying terminological characteristics (i.e., skill, competence, literacy) and reviewing German education-related competence models, we suggest a conceptual perspective on an integrative mediating competence to serve sports coaching and physical education contexts.

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Vogt, T. and Klein, D. (2020) A Conceptual Perspective on Mediating Competence in Sports Coaching and Physical Education. Advances in Physical Education, 10, 187-195. doi: 10.4236/ape.2020.103016.

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