Assessing Pre-Service Teachers’ Offensive Basketball Game Performance: A Validation Study
Keywords:Game Performance, Assessment, Offensive Game Ability
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in English; abstract also in Chinese.
The purpose of this study was to design and validate the Basketball Offensive Game Performance Instrument (BOGPI) that assessed an individual player’s offensive game performance competency in basketball while watching a videotaped game play. Twelve physical education teacher education (PETE) students playing two 10-minute, 3 vs. 3 basketball games were videotaped at end of a basketball unit in a secondary methods course. Two investigators independently coded each player’s offensive game behaviors with the BOGPI. The results of the experts’ judgment, the independent t-tests, and the inter-rater reliability indicated that the BOGPI was a valid and reliable instrument for assessing the pre-service teachers’ basketball offensive game ability.
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