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Gathering DATA on MEPS. Why collect data on your performance?. Collecting data on your performance is vital to establish your strengths and weaknesses in an activity.

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why collect data on your performance
Why collect data on your performance?
  • Collecting data on your performance is vital to establish your strengths and weaknesses in an activity.
  • By collecting accurate data, you can focus firmly on improving your weaknesses and you will not practice the wrong aspect of your performance.
  • Data collection also acts as a good method of monitoring your progress in an activity as you can complete it at the start of a programme of work / training programme and again at the end to measure improvement.
how can i ensure my data is useful
How can I ensure my data is useful?
  • In order for data collection to be useful it must be:
  • Accurate (to provide a true reflection)
  • Relevant (to the performer and the activity)
  • Reliable (consistent conditions)
  • Objective (non-bias)
  • Measurable (to enable comparison at a later date)
what types of data collection exist
What types of data collection exist?
  • There are 2 main types of data collection: subjective data collection & objective data collection
  • SUBJECTIVE DATA – is data which has an element of personal opinion included. In Physical Education, this is usually data which is collected by yourself, e.g. a self analysis of your strengths and weaknesses in an activity.
  • Can you think why analysing your performance by yourself may be a problem?
  • Why do you think it is more reliable to have someone else collect data for you?
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OBJECTIVE DATA – is more reliable data which is usually collected by an observer in a more controlled way, e.g. a match analysis or a recognised fitness test. If using a match analysis you could ensure the data was more reliable by playing against equal opponents (why??), playing a full match and playing several games just incase you have a bad day! When using a recognised fitness test, it is important to ensure the conditions are always the same to ensure test results are reliable.

mental
Mental
  • Mental
  • Anxiety
  • Concentration
  • Control of Aggression
  • Method of Data Collection
  • Anxiety Questionnaire
emotional
Emotional
  • Emotional
  • Motivation
  • Confidence
  • Determination
  • Method of Data Collection Confidence Questionnaire
  • Determination Questionnaire
physical
Physical
  • Physical
  • Skill
  • Fitness
  • Tactics/Composition

Methods of Data Collection

Specific fitness tests:

  • Illinois Agility Run
  • Muscular Endurance – Press ups/sit ups
  • Coordination – Alternate wall test
  • The Stork Test for balance
  • Strength – Hand grip dynamometer
  • CRE – Bleep Test
  • Initial Observation Schedule and Focused Observation Schedule in conjunction with video