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Rodríguez-Bies, Elisabeth

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Elisabeth
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Rodríguez-Bies
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Universidad Pablo de Olavide
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Deporte e Informática
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Educación Física y Deportiva
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    Percepción del alumnado de Educación Física sobre la carga de trabajo y Evaluación Formativa en Flipped Learning
    (Federación Española de Asociaciones de Docentes de Educación Física (FEADEF), 2023) Otero-Saborido, Fernando Manuel; Rodríguez-Bies, Elisabeth; Gallardo-López, José Alberto; López-Noguero, Fernando
    El objetivo del estudio es indagar sobre los procesos de aprendizaje en el modelo flipped learning desde la perspectiva del alumnado universitario. Un diseño cualitativo con elaboración y validación de un guión de entrevista fue utilizado en la investigación. Los participantes fueron cuestionados acerca de las estimaciones cuantitativas sobre la carga no presencial en un modelo flipped learning y sobre su percepción en el uso de estrategias de evaluación formativa. Se realizó un análisis de contenido de la información obtenida en las entrevistas. Los resultados reflejan que los estudiantes consideran sobredimensionado el tiempo que el European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) le asigna al trabajo no presencial, y que la estimación cuantitativa realizada sobre las tareas por otros compañeros para el modelo flipped learning es adecuada. Igualmente es positiva la valoración sobre la participación del alumnado en la evaluación, a través de estrategias como la coevaluación, la autoevaluación, la calificación dialogada o la evaluación compartida.
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    The Evolution of Physical Performance throughout an Entire Season in Female Football Players
    (MDPI, 2024) Reyes Laredo, Francisco; Pareja Blanco, Fernando; López-Lluch, Guillermo; Rodríguez-Bies, Elisabeth
    Research on the evolution of performance throughout a season in team sports is scarce and mainly focused on men’s teams. Our aim in this study was to examine the seasonal variations in relevant indices of physical performance in female football players. Twenty-seven female football players were assessed at week 2 of the season (preseason, PS), week 7 (end of preseason, EP), week 24 (half-season, HS), and week 38 (end of season, ES). Similar to the most common used conditioning tests in football, testing sessions consisted of (1) vertical countermovement jump (CMJ); (2) 20 m running sprint (T20); (3) 25 m side-step cutting maneuver test (V-CUT); and (4) progressive loading test in the full-squat exercise (V1-LOAD). Participants followed their normal football training procedure, which consisted of three weekly training sessions and an official match, without any type of intervention. No significant time effects were observed for CMJ height (p = 0.29) and T20 (p = 0.11) throughout the season. However, significant time effects were found for V-CUT (p = 0.004) and V1-LOAD (p = 0.001). V-CUT performance significantly improved from HS to ES (p = 0.001). Significant increases were observed for V1-LOAD throughout the season: PS-HS (p = 0.009); PS-ES (p < 0.001); EP-ES (p < 0.001); and HS-ES (p = 0.009). These findings suggest that, over the course of the season, female football players experience an enhancement in muscle strength and change of direction ability. However, no discernible improvements were noted in sprinting and jumping capabilities during the same period.