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7 aspects of proper liability

-Supervison
-Proper instruction/training
-safe facilities/equiptment
-warning of risks
- Proper medical care
-Knowledge of players
-Matching people w similar

2

What is negligence

-failure to exercise the degree of care demanded by the particular circumstances
- breach of duty by coach
- results in injury to athlete
- a casual connection b/w the breach of duty +resulting injury

3

Swimming case study what was coach liable for and not

not- inherent risk in playing
- can push somebody beyond comfort zone

liable- didn’t follow proper progression

4

things to build trust

knowlege
gueniness
listening skills
empathy
being on time
respect

5

what may taking risks lead to and how to midigate it

- can lead to putting individuals in venerable positions

-relationships mitigate it

6

Teaching kids vs adults (positives and negatives)

Kids- when nieve they lack fear (+)
-little to no experience to draw on (-)

Adults- experience can give ppl perspective to draw on (+)
- You have to battle past exerience (-)

7

what feedback improves easy skills

Positive feedback/Instruction + Instruction cues w errors helped

Positive feedback/ instruction cues and how to fix and nothing didn’t help

8

what feedback improves hard skills

positive feedback/instruction cues and how to fix a lot
positive feedback and instruction slightly

9

Pressures of sport specialization

fear of falling behind
parental expectations
pressure from coaches/school recruiters

10

disadvantages of early sport specialization

increased stress to become elite
increased levels of attrition in sport they love
over emphasis on winning
risk of overuse injury
cost+ time demands
can lead to poor social skills etc

11

Benefits of early specialization

-recive better coaching
-potential for increased recognition, college scholarships, elite status

12

benefits of multipart vs specialization

linked to longer career
allows for more periods of active rest
develops variety of motor skills

13

is leadership learned or inherent

leadership skills can be taught, personality traits can be generic but also influenced
env. affects developing leaders

14

personality traits of leaders

extrovert
thick skinned
confident
high empathy
hard working
open minded
observent
energetic

15

traits of authoritarian leader

micromanagers, don’t care about your life, communication top down, direct supervision, dominate interactions

16

traits of democratic leader

decision making shared, equity is at root of decision, results in increased moral, adaptive team orientated, can slow down decision making process, can lead to incomplete tasts

17

traits of Lassez faire

all decision making given to employee, complete freedom, best used if followers high skilled, doesn’t work without self motivated ppl

18

positive models of communication

eye level communication
shoulder-to-shoulder communication

19

closer look at introverts

processor+analyzer, communicate best 1 on 1, think b4 talking, do well w/ email

20

closer look at extroverts

hate uncomfortable silence, think out loud, can sometimes take on too much

21

different body cues in communication

arms/legs crossed- suggest closed off/on guard
leaning forward- interested
eye contact- confidence

22

What is MI theory/ what does it suggest

theory suggests that peoples intelligence is made up of a variety of different intelligence that interact together

-all imdv. possess full range of intelligence
-No 2 individuals exhibit same profile

23

Interpersonal vs interpersonal

inter- picks up on others feelings, can relate to others, can interpret behaviour/communication/relationships

intra- understanding oneself, makes authentic connections, are analyzers

24

Critiques of MI theory

There are more inteligences
Mi theory to general

25

What is scafolding

breaking up learning into chuncks + providing a tool w/ each chunk and gradually remove help

26

What is the Zone of Prox. Development

distance between what children can do by themselves and the next learning that they can achieve w assistance

27

Assesment vs evaluation

Assesment- measure we take for the purpose of improving it
- process oriented, focused feedback etc

Evaluation- measure taken for the purpose of judging it against a standard to determine value

28

what is metacognition

a type of reflection, a way of thinking about your own thinking in order to grow

29

how to effectively evaluate others

separate person from action
be objective
provide specific feedback
don’t be fake w feedback
recognition of effort most important