THE KING'S UNIVERSITY
||Foundations of Coaching
AND WEEKLY TIME DISTRIBUTION:
||credits 3 (hrs lect 3 - hrs sem 0 - hrs lab 0)
will provide the
student with a foundation for the multifaceted field of coaching. The course will cover the
role of the coach; principles
for planning, evaluation techniques, instruction guidelines and along
analysis of current issues in coaching.
Prerequisites: 6 credits of
physical activity courses
- Wooden, John and Jamison, Steve. Wooden on Leadership.
New York, NY: McGraw Hill Co., 2005
to Competition, (Parts A & B) Reference
to Competition, (Parts A & B) Coach
DISTRIBUTION IN PERCENT:
|Wooden Book Review
|Coach Workbook Part A
|Coach Workbook Part B
||At the completion of this course the student will be
able to fulfill the following objectives:
- To develop an understanding of the various roles of a
coach and how to fulfill these roles based on Biblical principles.
- To be able to analyze a situation that has moral
implications and make a decision that pleases God.
learn to organize activities within a practice plan that is well
structured, adapted to the participants’ age, and reflects safety
- To be able to assess what foods and beverages
are suitable for athletes, and design strategies to influence parents
and athletes to make good nutritional choices.
- To develop the ability to outline the structure of a
sport program using training and competitive events.
be able to assess one’s own beliefs regarding effective coaching, and
analyze certain coaching situations to determine whether or not they
- To learn to recognize specific signs that an
athlete may need to improve his/her skills in areas such as: goal
setting, focus, anxiety control.
- To provide the student with a number of resources to
enable him/her to begin coaching at a more competitive level.
- Ethical coaching
- Planning a practice
- Designing a Basic Sport Program
- Teaching and learning
- Teaching basic mental skills
- Skill analysis