Makker-feedback som et redskab til at øge elevernes motivation i idrætsundervisningen

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Peer-feedback as a motivator in physical education
The aim of this study was to investigate the role of peer-feedback at student motivation in a volleyball class. For that purpose a peer-feedback course based on self-determination theory by Deci & Ryan (2002) was planned.
14 students were paired and then briefed about how they should provide feedback to their peers. To collect data a semi-structured interview with the teacher, a semi-structured group interview with eight students, a student diary and observations from each lesson, was carried out.
The study shows that peer-feedback enhances the students feeling of competence, autonomy and relatedness and thereby enhances the students’ intrinsic motivation in a volleyball class.
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StatusUdgivet - 6 jun. 2012


  • Idrætsundervisning
  • Makkerfeedback
  • Motivation
  • Self Determination Theory