Although some may think of game-based teaching as a ‘tactical’ teaching style instructionally distinctive by an emphasis on guided discovery, this article shows that it is more accurate to think of it as a range of teaching styles or a ‘toolkit’ of styles. Mosston and Ashworth's spectrum of teaching styles is used to analyze examples of learning experiences to show the range of teaching styles observable when using a game-based teaching approach. It is possible for three types of discovery learning to take place when using a game-based approach.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Strategies: A Journal for physical and sport educators|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Sep 2018|
- Game based
- guided discovery