CHOOSING MY CAPABILITY :pencil2:
CHOOSING MY CAPABILITY
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL CAPABILITY
Making responsible decisions based on evidence.
Train safely and responsibly, so not to cause injury to myself or others around me.
Use research about physics and the body to aid me in making safe choices for my body.
Research ways to avoid injury when training.
Reviewing and planning personal goals.
Setting goal to successfully execute an axle.
Setting fitness and flexibility goals in order to complete an axle.
Formulate training schedule to ensure I reach my goals in the given time.
Create timeline to plan out personal goals.
Building links with others, locally, nationally and/or globally.
Build links with local coaches, interstate coaches, and international coaches.
Build links with a range of sports psychologist.
Build links with a range of physicists.
Build links with physiotherapists.
Use social media and email reach people who are not local.
Developing empathy and understand for others.
Understanding and empathising for those who suffer from psychological issues regarding ice skating.
Realising that athletes are faced with psychological issue that can be detrimental to their performance.
Developing a sense of personal identity.
How can I learn about my own physical and psychological weaknesses regarding an axle?
How can I improve my own axle, and thus be a more confident figure skater?
Participating actively and responsibly in learning, work and community life.
Am I able to share my findings with other figure skaters in the community so they can benefit from my research and potentially become better skaters?
CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING CAPABILITY
Learning and applying new knowledge and skills.
Applying the principles of physics which are relevant to an axle.
Applying new knowledge on sports psychology to help overcome psychological challenges.
Learning the physics behind the jump.
Learning about the psychological problems that skaters face when attempting to execute an axle.
Accessing, organising, using and evaluating information.
Using the internet and library to access sources such as websites and books to aid my research.
Organising and evaluating data from surveys and experiments that may be carried out during research.
Evaluating statistics and drawing conclusions from the statistics.
Recognising how knowledge changes overtime and is influenced by people.
Recognising that as knowledge in physics and sports psychology develops, the way coaches teach will also change.
Knowledge of ice skating is influenced by physicists and psychologists.
Knowledge in ice skating has changed over time, becoming more scientific and logical.
Exploring and experiencing creative processes and practices.
Putting research into action by physically practicing the jump.
Practice the psychological coping strategies such as visualisation.
Developing knowledge and understanding of a range of research processes.
Developing knowledge and understanding of motion analysis technology such as Dartmouth Motion Analysis.
Videoing live footage of an axle.
Improving skills in interviewing.
Improving research skills in general with both internet sources and printed sources such as books.