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Author Toms, Martin.

Title Routledge Handbook of Coaching Children in Sport
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2022
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Description 1 online resource (523 p.)
Series Routledge International Handbooks Ser
Routledge International Handbooks Ser
Contents Intro -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Contributors -- Introduction -- Section I: Learning and Skill Development: Introduction: Learning and Skill Development -- 1. Coaching Children in Sport: A Focus on Learning -- Introduction -- Review of Current Research -- The Manipulation of Constraints -- Representative Learning Designs -- Synergies in Team Performance -- Variability across Groupings -- Approaches to Teaching and Learning -- Implications for Coaches -- Summary and Future Directions -- References
2. Coaching Pedagogy -- Introduction -- Review of Literature: Sport Coaching as an Educative Endeavour -- Pedagogy -- Pedagogical Models and Approaches -- Learning Theories that Inform Pedagogy as an Approach to Coaching: Behavourist, Constructivist and Ecological -- Implication for Children's Sport Coaching -- The Spectrum -- Summary, Future Directions and Future Research -- References -- 3. Developmental Considerations for Coaching Preschooler Sport -- Introduction -- Review of Current Research -- Why Preschooler Sport? -- Coaches' Roles within Preschooler Sport
Considering Preschoolers' Development across Key Domains -- Physical Development -- Social-Emotional Development -- Language/Communication Development -- Cognitive Development -- Program Delivery: Being an Effective Preschooler Coach -- Coaches' Professional Knowledge: Structuring Sessions -- Coaches' Interpersonal Knowledge: Interacting with Preschoolers -- Implications for Children's Sport Coaching -- Summary, Future Directions and Future Research -- References -- 4. Supporting the Development of Sporting Creativity in Children through an Enskilment Approach -- Introduction
Review of Current Research -- Creativity: A Relational Perspective -- Enskilment: A Contemporary Perspective to a Traditional View of Motor Skill -- Enskilment and Creativity -- The Taskscape as the Performance Environment -- The Taskscape: Implications for the Development of Creativity in Children -- Guided Attention as the Primary Role of the Sports Coach -- Guided Attention: Implications for the Development of Creativity in Children -- Wayfinding: The Actively Self-Regulating Child -- Implications for Children's Sport Coaching
Wayfinding: Implications for the Development of Creativity in Children -- Summary, Future Directions and Future Research -- References -- 5. To Have Fun: What It Means and Its Significance in Sport -- Introduction -- Review of Current Research -- Early Research -- Contemporary Research -- What Makes Sport Fun -- Children's Fun Priorities -- Parents and Coaches Understanding -- Understanding Determinants of Fun through Prominent Models and Theoretical Frameworks -- Competence Motivation Theory -- Achievement Goal Theory -- Self-Determination Theory -- Hierarchical Model of Leisure Constraints
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Implications for Children's Sport Coaching
Form Electronic book
Author Jeanes, Ruth.
ISBN 1000806480
9781000806489