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Title: 
Impact of nonlinear pedagogy to teaching Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS)
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2017
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Fahmi Sahar. (2017). Impact of nonlinear pedagogy to teaching Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS). Unpublished manuscript, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Abstract: 
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of using the nonlinear pedagogy (NP) in the teaching of fundamental movement skills (FMS) in children. In the first phase, a total of 26 Primary 2 students went through 7 intervention lessons consisting of activities related to catching and overhand throwing. The Test of Gross Motor Skills – 2nd edition (TGMD-2) and a checklist of 3 developmental stages were used as the assessment tools in the second phase, which involved the students being assessed on 6 object control skills that included catching and overhand throwing. Results for the group’s total average raw score of catching and overhand throwing increased by 28.57% from pre- to post-intervention. Positive impacts of NP approach were seen with the students performing better in the post-intervention, as well as the achievement of successful outcomes without conformity of the TGMD-2 criteria.
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