The Learning Process
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The System of Learning
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Every physical education teacher and sports coach experiences a wide range of potential athletes whose processing speeds and physical skills pose challenges of how to provide an equitable opportunity for all participants.
There are both external and internal barriers to learning and teaching that interfere with teachers and coaches from achieving their mission.
To meet the challenges for communicating with the totality of the students who wish to learn, we must
must design and implement learning support systems that are comprehensive, multifaceted, and effective.
These learning support systems must address the barriers to learning and teaching and ensure that each individual is fully engaged in process of learning. Such a system must have a special emphasis on intrinsic motivation theory and practices.
In order to meet the goal of all children reaching level of learning proficiency, the system of learning
must involve a support system that continues after the instructional process and is fully integrated with instruction.
Developing a comprehensive system that supports learning requires bringing together the resources of school, home, and community to provide an operational infrastructure that is full engaged in assuring the financial and emotional support that comprises a positive learning environment.
A comprehensive system of learning supports requires moving beyond the current approach that marginalizes learning supports; it primarily emphasizes two components – instruction and management. The new approach expands school improvement policy to add a third primary component focused on addressing barriers to learning and teaching. In doing so, it provides for guidelines that delineate:
How To Give Constructive Feedback to Sports Kids Nov. 19, 2009 ... Filed under Youth Sports Coaching, positive feedback for kids · Tagged with constructive criticism, fear of failure, positive feedback.Resources:
Some Thoughts about Youth Sports - Part I The purpose of youth sports is fun. If it's fun, they'll practice more and improve, and success will follow. Of course, kids need criticism to correct problems.
Youth Sports: A Pediatrician's Perspective on Coaching Information as part of the criticism (e.g.“use 2 hands", “keep your glove down”). Becoming a high school coach: from playing sports to coaching.
Sports Psychology Coach Certification; Become certified A vital part of sports psychology is imagery; the process by which you can ... ( i.e. "I am in control of my emotional response to criticism at all times.").
Opposing Views: Is Your Kid's Sports Coach Building Team May 21, 2010 ... The youth sports coach, of course. ... So, it may not just be the coach using harsh tones and criticism that affects a child. A child with a low score for self-esteem is likely to feel like an unimportant part of the team.
Sports Optimism - Building Positive Thinking Positive think improves performance. Sports Optimism - Building a ... Part 2 Coaching the Mind - Part 3 Sports Optimism - Building a Positive Mental Attitude.
Psychology of Coaching Class Blog: Sport Parents Archives Feb. 4, 2010 Criticism, sideline- coaching, and angry heckling. When parents are overly vocal in negative or pushy ways, the child of that parent, as well as the rest of the team and other parents become embarrassed. These outbursts also lead to intimidation of players, parents, coaches, judges. and referees.
Coaching Children to embrace a "love of the Sport" Coaches teach athletes to learn and improve skills, increase knowledge of strategies and tactics, and achieve their goals. Coaches can also inspire children to maintain motivation for participating in sport and, in so doing, allow them opportunities to accrue such benefits as positive self-esteem, enjoyable experiences, long-lasting friendships, and a positive attitude toward the value of lifetime physical activity.
Differences between coaching boys and girls There are a few similarities, but for the most part, when coaching boys and girls, there are times that open criticism is needed. Girls will generally work harder and be willing to deal with pain more than boys. Girls are more concerned with trying to please the coach, while boys usually don't care as much. Girls also will tend to be less questioning of the coach, where boys want a reason for everything.
Serbian Journal of Sports Sciences | Syncretism Of Coaching Which key factors determine coaching science? It is clear that coaching science represents a part of the scientific system of sport training.
The following internet links have been gleaned from personal communications
combined with information from public institutions and athletic organizations/
associations that have a web presence with information concerning team and
individual sports programs:
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