Teacher Training Programme with Diploma Thesis -
Subject Movement and Sports

As of winter semester 2015/2016 this programme is no longer open to new entrants. For information on the succeeding bachelor’s programme please consult this page »

Faculty Faculty of Psychology and Sport Science
Duration / ECTS-Credits 9 semesters / 270 ECTS-Credits
(combination of two subjects)
Academic Degree
Magistra/Magister der Naturwissenschaften (Mag.rer.nat.)
Study Code
C 482
Curriculum Informationon the Curriculum (2001W) *
Admission Requirements
Secondary school completion certificate or equivalent
Supplemental Examinations
Examination to demonstrate suitable physical fitness must be completed satisfactorily before admission to the study programme.


* Information on the Curriculum (2001W) 

The complete version of the curriculum reflects the currently valid version of the curriculum. It is for informational purposes only and is not legally binding. The legally binding version of the curriculum, including any amendments, may be found in the University of Innsbruck Bulletins.

In order to determine which version of the curriculum is applicable in your case, see the Catalogue of Studies,
  available at: http://orawww.uibk.ac.at/public/lfuonline_meinestudien.studienblatt
  Section: Current Curriculum version.

University of Innsbruck Bulletins» (Click to open all University of Innsbruck Bulletins)

Information about examination regulations, assessment and grading

Examination regulations

The examination regulation is an integral part of the curriculum, detailed information can be found under the paragraph examination regulations.

Description of the applied grading system (including the grade distribution table) »

The grade distribution table is a statistical representation of the distribution of all successfully completed examinations in a given programme of study or subject (based on all registered students for the programme or subject). The grade distribution table is updated in regular intervals.

 Austrian grading
 scheme
 Definition
 %-age
      
 1  EXCELLENT:
 Outstanding performance
35,1
= 100%

 2

 GOOD:
 Generally good, but with some errors
37,0
 3  SATISFACTORY:
 Generally sound work with a number of substantial errors
20,6
 4  SUFFICIENT:
 Performance meets the minimum cirteria
7,3
 5  INSUFFICIENT:
 Substantial improvement necessary; requirement of further work
     

Source: Academic year 2016/2017

Overall classification of the qualification

Not applicable
Explanation: An overall classification (mit Auszeichnung bestanden/pass with distinction, bestanden/pass, nicht bestanden/fail) – is awarded only for examinations that conclude a programme of study and consist of more than one subject (an examination of this type is not specified in the curriculum of this programme of study).

Studies Induction and Orientation Stage (STEOP)

The Studies Induction and Orientation Stage (STEOP) requirements cease to be effective as of academic year 2014/2015 and no longer apply for students of this study programme.

Students who enrolled for this programme before 1 October 2014 (academic year 2014/2015) can repeat not successful completed courses which were designated in the curriculum as “STEOP courses” four times (= five examination attempts). As per Universities Act § 77 (2), previous attempts are to be counted among the number of total examination attempts permitted.

The “examination of suitable physical fitness” prior to admission to the study programme, the teaching subject Movement and Sports is still in force.
See also: http://www.uibk.ac.at/isw/studium/ergaenzungspruefung/

Studies Induction and Orientation Stage (STEOP) until summer term 2014 »

(1) The Studies Induction and Orientation Stage (STEOP), with a duration of one semester (30 ECTS-Credits), provides an overview of the study programme and its structure in order to give students an objective basis to assess their decision to pursue their chosen subject(s).

(2) Due to the special admission requirements (“examination of suitable physical fitness” prior to admission to the study programme), the teaching subject Movement and Sports has no course during the Studies Induction and Orientation Phase. See also: http://www.uibk.ac.at/isw/studium/ergaenzungspruefung/

(3) If the teaching subject Movement and Sports is combined with another teaching subject at the University of Innsbruck (exceptions: music education, instrumental music education), the following course examinations, which may be repeated twice, are required as part of the Studies Induction and Orientation Phase for the Secondary School Teacher Accreditation Programme:
One course examination in the second chosen teaching subject and one course examination on the orientation unit, SL 2, 2 ECTS-Credits, of the educational training.

1. Course from the Studies Induction and Orientation Phase of the second chosen teaching subject
2. Orientation unit (SL 2, 2 ECTS-Credits)

(4) A positive result (passing grade) on the examinations specified in Paragraph 3 permits students to attend all courses and take all examinations following the Studies Induction and Orientation Stage (STEOP) and to write a diploma thesis as described in the curriculum. The registration requirements specified by the curriculum must be met.

General Information

Recommended Course Sequence

Didactics and Training in the Selected Subjects:

First Semester »

  • Introduction - Sports Science
  • Functional Anatomy
  • Skiing
  • Gymnastics
  • Ice-Skating/Inline-Skating

Second Semester »

  • Science
  • Soccer
  • Active Games
  • Swimming
  • Athletics
  • Advanced Aerobic
  • Methodic Fundamentals

Third Semester »

  • Motoric Testing
  • Educational and Socialcultural Fundamentals of Sport
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Gymnastics
  • Fitness Gymnastics with Music

Fourth Semester »

  • Fundamentals of Sports Psychology
  • Fundamentals of Sports Sociology
  • Movement Science
  • Practical Courses for Movement Science
  • Handball
  • Volleyball
  • Swimming

Fifth Semester »

  • Anthropological Fundamentals of Sports
  • Practical Courses for Anthropological Fundamentals of Sports
  • Training Science
  • Practical Courses for Training Science
  • First Aid
  • Cardiovascular Prophylaxis
  • Elective Module: Alpine Sports
  • Basketball

Sixth Semester »

  • Seminar in Sport Didactics
  • Biomechanics
  • Fitness Training
  • Sport Climbing
  • Relaxation Techniques
  • Leisure and Trend Sports
  • Didactics

Seventh Semester »

  • Elective Seminar: Training Science or Movement Science
  • Posture Prophylaxis
  • Supplementary Courses in Sport Science
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Leisure and Trend Sports
  • Didactics

Eighth Semester »

  • Seminar in Sport Education
  • Hygienic Aspects of Sports
  • Leisure and Trend Sports
  • Didactics

Ninth Semester »

  • Diploma Thesis
  • 2nd examination infront of an examination board 


Pedagogical Training and School Teaching Practice

First Academic Year: Orientation Unit, Introductory Practicum, Reflection Unit

Second Academic Year: Fundamentals of Learning and Teaching and Basic Skills 1

Third Academic Year: Basic Skills 2, Basic Practicum,Subject Related Practicum 1 and 2


Can be taken any semester: Elective Module (Pedagogy internship outside of the school setting).

Qualification Profile and Skills

The Secondary School Teacher Accreditation Programme Movement and Sports aims at a preparatory vocational and scientific education for the certification of secondary school teachers with subject-specific, didactic, and pedagogical qualifications as well as school teaching practice. A scientifically sound basic education provides graduates with the necessary competences in order to work in their future occupational fields in a flexible and professional manner.

The programme Movement and Sports provides the following qualifications:

  • Sports sciences in the fields of sports pedagogy, sports psychology, sociology and history of sports; movement science and biomechanics; training science and sports medicine
  • Sport-motoric performance level as a basis for didactic, methodical, safety-related, and motivational measures in basic sports disciplines, motoric fitness, and selected trend sports;
  • Critical assessment of the cultural phenomenon of sports in terms of value hierarchy, quality of life, environment, politics, and economy;
  • Knowledge of subject-specific research methods (methods of empirical social research, motoric testing, biomechanical testing, methods of statistical evaluation of data;
  • Subject-didactic competences for all movement actions and educational objectives incorporated into the curriculum; expert training in safety in terms of practising sports and assistance;
  • Adaptability in terms of school teaching practice to different technical and spatial equipment; enthusiasm.


The pedagogical education and school teaching practice

  • imparts graduates with a well-founded knowledge of secondary school teaching and learning in order to efficiently manage their teaching practice and help to assist and support the learning and educational processes of their pupils;
  • enables graduates to evaluate and further develop their teaching practice based on proven methodology;
  • allows graduates to understand school as an institution and organization in order to actively shape and develop school.

Expected Learning Outcomes

Graduates are academically educated experts in fostering personal development processes, arranging learning situations, accompanying learning processes, and assessing learning outcomes. They acquire a sound knowledge in the field of movement and sports within the context of school as well as extracurricular settings for the ages of 10 to 18 years. Graduates of the programme Movement and Sports have the ability to demonstrate their competence in Movement and Sports by formulating arguments and supporting theories in a scientifically correct manner as well as solving problems in an innovative manner.

Future Prospects: Occupational Profiles and Career Opportunities

Graduates of a Secondary School Teacher Accreditation Programme are in particular teaching at lower and upper secondary schools. The qualifications acquired in the Teacher Accreditation Programme provide access to other vocational fields in the study programme, the educational sector, social and youth work, and communication.

Postgraduate and further Studies at the University of Innsbruck

Information about the Programme (in German only)

Examination Dates (in German only)

Forms (in German only)

Recognitions (in German only)

Contact and Information

General Information about the Teacher Training Programme
http://www.uibk.ac.at/fakultaeten/soe/lehramt/

Examination Office
Prüfungsreferat Innrain 52d

Authorised Representative
assoz. Prof. Mag. Dr. Gerhard Ruedl

Asspcoate Dean of Studies
Ass.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Gerhard Pisek

Dean of Studies
Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Franz Pauer

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