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Chapter 16

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Chapter 16 KINS 2010

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Kinesiology 2010
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Careers in Coaching and Sport Instruction- Chapter 16 of the textbook! Happy studying :)
Kinesiology 2010
Dr Schmidt
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Date Created: 12/07/15
Chapter 16 Class Notes Careers in Coaching and Sport Instruction Goal of coaching and Sport instruction professions To help participants in activity settings develop and maintain a modest to high level of motor skill performance and tness Have knowledge and background Goal reached through welldesigned practice and conditioning sessions that involved explanation instruction and verbal and visual feedback Designing effective sessions include appropriate feedback practice open vs closed Sport Instruction vs Coaching The act of sport instruction Speci c instructional activities for promoting learning in novices The act of coaching Speci c instructional activities designed to improve performance in elite athletes Activities common to acts of sport instruction and coaching Instructional activities designed to alter attitudes knowledge and behaviors with respect to physical activity Responsibilities of sport instructors Time spent instructing gtsupplemental responsibilities Supplemental responsibilities Repairing and maintaining equipment Organizing records of student progress Advertising classes Meeting with parents Monitoring security of facility Keeping nancial records Participating in professional organization Continuing education or certi cation Responsibilities of coaches Time spent instructing lt Supplemental responsibilities Supplemental responsibilities Monitoring security and preparing playing facilities and locker rooms Scheduing and planning trips Recruiting players Meeting with parents Scouring other teams Reviewing game lm Taking to media Hiring personnel Evaluating officials Motivating and counseling athletes lmportant qualities for coachesinstructors Communication skills Decision making skills Choosing roster Who s your starting quarterback When to make substitutions What plays to call Dedication Takes a lot a lot of time nterpersonal skills Working with fellow coaches and players Leadership skills So people will respect you and listen to what you have to say Resourcefulness Common styles of coaching No set style but there are certain characteristics Authoritarian Friendly Distant but Approachable Casual Usually will use different styles depending on the situation Coaches and Scouts 2012 median Pay 28360 per year Saaries of select UGA coaches Mark Richt football 4 million Mark Fox MBB 17 million Joni Crenshaw WBB575000 Jack Baurele Swimming 250000 Chris Haack Men s golf 200000 Josh Brewer Womens golf 125000 Manuel Diaz Men s Tennis 240000 Lu Harris Champer softball coach 140000 Average UGA full professor 109400 Secondary School Coaches Primarily teach receive stipend for coaching Teach physical skills keep stats schedule practices games and tournament manage equipment arrange transportation and raise funds Colege and University Coaches Team and facility management budgeting recruiting public relations and athlete eligibility Winning more important Differences between Division I II III schools Are you suited for a Coaching career Which setting are you interested in coaching community commercial institutional What athletes do you want to work with youth skilled specialized Are you good at dealing with people Are you an effective communicator Are you a leader Can you plan and organize Advice for Coaching Students Are you really suited Lay out a plan ldentify opportunities to take coaching courses Seek coaching experience Be a voracious reader of materials related to the sport Build a network of active coaches being NOW Work on perceived weaknesses Stay up to date and continue to advance your knowledge and training Tophat The good the bad and the ugly in coaching What do you feel are the most important attributes of effective coaches What doe you feel are the 3 most common weaknesses of ineffective coaches


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