Shared assessment in learning gymnastic skills in European higher education space
The objective of this study was to analyse the influence of the use of shared assessment on learning two acrobatic gymnastic skills as the most efficient training method adapted to the European Higher Education Space. In addition, we verified the effect produced by the total number of global movements (correct and incorrect) and the higher qualitative level of the students’ perception of their learning level. The treatments were administered to 50 subjects (27 men and 23 women) aged between 20 and 24, students of the Sports Faculty of Granada University. We used two models: mini-circuits in sequence without using an observation grid for group A, and the same mini-circuits with an observation grid for group B. The results showed the efficiency of both models in the learning of consecutive acrobatic skills. However, a statistically significant difference was shown in the mini-circuit with the observation grid, as well as a greater number of correct global movements, fewer incorrect repetitions and the assessment was perceived as positive by the students.
Key Words: gymnastics, learning, shared assessment