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1 NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching Presentation
VSADA Spring Conference

2 NFHS Video Promo Take Part. Get Set For Life.™

3 Endorsements National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA)

4 This is the home page for the NFHS Learning Center which houses our coach education courses and modules. Eventually, it will house parent education, student education etc

5 Content Development History, Mission and Purpose of Interscholastic Athletics Teacher/coach emphasis Student Student-centered coaching philosophy Place of winning in interscholastic athletics Educational outcomes of interscholastic athletics Teachable moments Developed with and for the interscholastic teacher/coach. Educational based sports have wavered from its original purpose. If we don’t begin to return to the mission and purpose of sport we will lose it from our schools. Club programs, youth sports, collegiate sport and professional sports have a different mission then does interscholastic sport. The intent of this course is to train interscholastic coaches and not other level coaches. Key terms that are referred to throughout the course are “teacher/coach”, “student”, “student-centered coaching philosophy” and “teachable moments.” Student first, athlete second Lessons that you learn in athletics are different than you can learn in the classroom What is the point of being an adolescent? – find your boundaries and figure out who you are. Morally, physically, etc. Do this by pushing the envelope and straining at the reigns. But this is just against what coaches want – do what I asked you to do because I told you to. How do we make this work? Place of winning – pleasant by product of educating students and developing good citizens. A non-educator your perspective of this is different than a trained educator. Winning isn’t bad. If you would do anything to win, that is bad.

6 NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching Curriculum
Unit 1 – Educational Athletics and the Role of the Teacher/Coach Unit 2 – The Coach as Manager Unit 3 – The Coach and Interpersonal Skills Unit 4 – The Coach and Physical Conditioning Unit 5 – The Coach as Teacher

7 Unit 1 - Educational Athletics and the Role of the Teacher/Coach
Welcome and introduction to the NFHS Coaches Education Program History, mission and purpose of interscholastic athletics Historical perspective Educational athletics The role of the teacher/coach Influence Leader Model

8 History, Mission and Purpose of Interscholastic Athletics

9 Unit 1 – The Place of Winning

10 Describes a moment of educational opportunity.
Teachable Moment Describes a moment of educational opportunity. It is a time when a person, particularly a child or adolescent, is likely to be disposed to learn something or is especially responsive to being taught or made aware of something.

11 Teachable Moment - Leadership

12 Unit 1 – Educational Athletics (Continued)
Coaching philosophy Your motivation to coach NFHS Coaches Code of Ethics Student-centered coaching philosophy The place of winning in interscholastic athletics Self-awareness Communicating your coaching philosophy Expected outcomes of interscholastic athletics Promotion of learning Citizenship Sportsmanship Healthy lifestyle Life skills Ongoing professional development A continuing obligation for high school coaches

13 Sample Resource/Worksheet

14 Unit 1 Test Questions

15 Unit 2 - The Coach as Manager
Organization Managerial responsibilities Off-season Pre-season In-season Administration Chain of authority Facilities Transportation Scheduling Eligibility Budget Insurance Health and well-being of student-athletes Pre-participation physicals Good Samaritan Law Minimizing risks Implementing a sport safety program

16 Unit 2 – The Coach as Manager (Continued)
Management of stakeholders Students Parents/Guardians Fellow coaches School faculty and staff Legal/liability concerns Constitutional and federal law foundations State law foundations Local athletic policy handbook Fourteen duties of the interscholastic teacher/coach Elements of negligence Defenses against negligence

17 Unit 2 Interactive Learning

18 Unit 3 – The Coach and Interpersonal Skills
Creating the optimal coaching environment Perceptions of success Basic psychological needs Developmentally appropriate Inclusive Ethical Communication Verbal and non-verbal Receiving a message

19 Unit 3 Lesson

20 Unit 3 – The Coach and Interpersonal Skills (Continued)
Feedback Intrinsic Extrinsic Reinforcement and punishment Information Mental skills Goal setting Confidence Concentration Ideal Performance State (IPS)

21 Unit 4 – The Coach and Physical Conditioning
Developing your training plan Sport specific physiological demands Periodization Rest and recovery Illness Overtraining Body type and body composition Specificity Designing an individual practice Warm-up Body of practice Cool-down

22 Unit 4 – The Coach and Physical Conditioning (Continued)
Growth and development Gender differences Dark side of growth and development Nutrition Requirements and strategies for a growing student Pre, during and post practice and competition strategies Hydration Requirement and strategies for a growing student Drugs in sport Performance enhancing drugs Recreational drugs

23 Unit 4 Quiz

24 Unit 5 - The Coach as Teacher
Learning defined Technical skill development and analysis Stages of learning Open and closed skills Progressions Practice variables Role of competition Length and distribution Constant versus variable Whole versus part Tactical skill development and analysis Performance analysis Observation Tactical interviewing Context modification

25 Teachable Moment – Student – centered coaching

26 Unit 5 – The Coach as Teacher (Continued)
Effective practice sessions Practice plans Coaching during competition Pre-competition During competition Feedback Self-regulation and modeling Post-competition Evaluation Skill Performance feedback Coach Program

27 Unit 5 Coaching Tips

28 Unit 5 Test

29 Delivery Methods Delivered completely online or in a blended format
All testing and certification completed online Online may be up-charged by states Online Version Learning paced to the individual user An engaging, interactive experience More consistent delivery Less costly for coach or school district Less administration for athletic directors and state associations

30 Blended Delivery Designed to present Unit 1 and 2 by instructor-led clinic. (4-6 hours) Registration through instructor; all tests online Completion of Units 3, 4 and 5 online (3-5 hours) Option B: All 5 units completed in a computer lab or projected by an LCD under the guidance of an instructor (8-12 hours) Registration and all tests online Units 3, 4, and 5 would be locked and must be viewed to take each unit test (2-4 hours) Option C: Units 1 and 2 presented using NFHS CD/ROM. Units 3, 4, and 5 presented by instructor using their own materials. (8-12 hours) Option b and c – would teach it ALL on line but then coaches would have to go back and complete 3-5 AGAIN to take the exams. This is a LONG version of the course and only really good IF you need hours.

31 Administrative Advantages
Compliance verified by a simple report Ability to run different reports Ability to export into Excel State Association/AD can check online reminders to coach to complete the course. State may set own requirement as to when course must be completed Coach will have access to course for at least one full year Can add an online State component Resources are downloadable and can be printed by participant. NO handbook. VPA can add a rules test component either on paper at the blended site OR better yet, on the online part. This would be arranged through Webize and would cost a nominal fee. I personally think that it is a great addition.

32 Coach Search

33 Added Value for Coaches & AD’s
Free Modules Gatorade NFHS Free 6 month membership in NFHS Coaches Association ($15 value) Demographic information National data base for coaches Course and Instructor Evaluations Polling capability Federation can access great demographic information – women coaching men, ethnicity etc Polling – questions will pop up while coach is taking online and they can answer them so to help the Fed tailer this course to the future. Ie. What is the biggest thing you face when you coach?”

34 How do we train instructors?
Approved by State Association (VPA/VSADA) Complete the course Vermont must decide who will be instructors Qualifications? Regions? Former ASEP instructors? NFHS Blended Resources Participant Guide Instructor Guide Lesson Plan for Units 1 and 2 Annotated Instructor Guide CD/ROM Contains all host and teachable moment videos Manuscript for Unit 1 and 2 This calendar year, the NFHS is going to give the instructor the course free. We need to sign the intent form – after talking next week. They would like us to commit by July. VPA/VSADA has to approve ALL instructors – not everyone should be an instructor. Who will buy the instructor materials – state organization, instructor – we will need to decide that.

35 Instructor Kit Available on CD/ROM
Free of charge in 2007 Host videos TM videos PowerPoint Slides Coach/Instructor Guide Lesson Plans Exercises/Group Activities Manuscript for Units 1 and 2 Copy at school or copy center Available for purchase through NFHS for fee

36 Costs NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching Course Online $35
State association can up-charge Blended Delivery $35 State association or approved instructors can purchase Coach Guides – or you can print your own for free! NFHS $35 and state can up-charge CD/ROM – No cost to state associations in 2007 Annotated Instructor Guide Manuscript Videos – Host and Teachable Moment Everything available to print “at home” Vermont must decide cost of program we need to decide who gets trained and who pays for the materials. Need to find ways to identify GOOD instructors. Can team instructors to teach new ones. Old ASEP instructors plus selected new ones. Maybe top 2-3 ads in each region or league. COST VPA can up the cost – to pay instructors, permanent certification, added state component, materials etc – for blended or online If you purchase the blended version, the coach will get a participant guide for their $35 fee.

37 Availability Online - Currently Available Blended - May 1, 2007
Access at Blended - May 1, 2007 Units 1 and 2 instructor-led clinic Units 3, 4, and 5 online

38 Why should VT go with Fundamentals…
The NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching course has been created by and for over 750,000 interscholastic coaches in the United States Created for the state associations To fulfill the Mission and Purpose of Interscholastic Athletics Flexible Delivery – Online/Blended Easy Administration Cost is more affordable Non-exclusive Endorsement by NASSP/NIAAA

39 The “Train” is leaving – Are we on-board?
26 states have adopted July 1, 2007 implementation 12 states reviewing for adoption for Vermont is one of these states 8 states with no requirement but will promote 5 states with own courses Goal is 38 states by the fall – can use both programs at the same time. Coaches or AD’s can make the choice.

40 How will the NFHS support VT?
Marketing assistance & materials Implementation Kit: Website Templates of sample letters and s Promotional pieces – all mediums FAQ’s and How to…. User support websites and phone numbers Web development assistance Banners for our website Ideas for corporate sponsorship

41 Ability to Add Content Content can be added to PowerPoint presentation
Ability to add VPA rules to presentation Ability to add handouts/resources as applicable Ability work with Creative Street to customize a rules review for on-line completion This can include rules clinics This can include bylaws and policies This can include on-line rules review

42 What is next for VT? Will we endorse? If yes,
Online or blended or both? Exclusive with NFHS or continue to allow ASEP? What will we add? Who will do it? Content, rules section, handouts, quizzes Who will be trained? Process? What will we charge? Instructor fees, materials, blended vs online If we decide to go with new program we need to update our state requirement sheet. Intent form will need to be co-signed by Vsada president AND the VPA rep

43 What comes after Fundamentals?
Free modules Gatorade NFHS Multi-faceted single-focused learning modules – similar to LTC program Sport-specific modules for every NFHS sport Presents the techniques and tactics of the sport to interscholastic coaches Three sports already in process: Golf (working with USGA) Volleyball (USA Volleyball) Soccer (US Soccer Coaches Association) Goal is to form a multilevel coaching education program. Coaching principles, sport specific, first aid, legal Adding single focused learning modules Starting with these 3 sports bc those they are sort of ready to go. Outside groups are forming the curriculum – Soccer coaches association etc.

44 Single-Focused Learning Modules
Dealing with Parents Hydration Sexual Harassment Hazing Sportsmanship Eating Disorders/Disordered Eating Legal Responsibilities of Coaches Gender and Competition Dealing with Drugs and Tobacco Sportsmanship Risk management Dealing with parents Mission and focus

45 Questions???

46 NFHS First Aid for Coaches Course
… a component of Sport Safety Training “”As a lifelong athlete, I know how critical it is to be trained by a coach who makes the safety of his athletes his number one priority. Your best defense against injury is a good offense – and that means being prepared by taking American Red Cross Sport Safety Training.” Peyton Manning

47 NFHS First Aid for Coaches
Content Development Team American Red Cross United States Olympic Committee National Athletic Trainers Association USA Swimming Venturing – BSA Naval Aviation Schools Command

48 NFHS First Aid for Coaches
Delivery Method Web access 24/7 Easy to navigate Nationally recognized certification & telephone help desk

49 NFHS First Aid for Coaches

50 NFHS First Aid for Coaches
Blended Learning Options CPR – adult/child/infant AED Training Oxygen Administration Universal Precautions Pandemic Preparedness

51 NFHS First Aid for Coaches
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