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KINES 180 Syllabus (Fall 2011) (1)

KINES 180 Syllabus (Fall 2011) (1) - Boise State University...

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Boise State University Department of Kinesiology Fall 2011 Course: Introduction to Coaching Course Number: KINES 180 Schedule: Wednesdays 4 – 6 p.m. Instructor: Tyler Johnson, Ph.D. Office: K208 Phone: 426.5870 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Graduate Assistant: Scott Moorcroft Email: [email protected] Optional Text: Martens, R. (2004). Successful Coaching (3 rd Eds.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Course Learning Outcomes: As a result of taking this course participants should be able to: Learning Outcomes Assessment Integrate personal experiences and/or perspectives into a life-story that can form the basis for a philosophy of leadership. Paper Examine and evaluate the role of sport in American culture and its impact —positive or negative—on various facets of the human experience (i.e., quality of life, health, moral reasoning, economics, etc.). Presentation Investigate and appraise principles of leadership and coaching derived from practical experience or published print material. Class Project Apply principles of leadership specifically pertaining to approaches/styles, communication, group dynamics, teaching and instruction, and team management. Exam Course Format: Class sessions may consist of lecture, small group work, discussion, guest speaker visits, and practical experience. The instructor will use Blackboard to relay class information, explain assignments, and stimulate critical thinking. Make sure to check email and Blackboard regularly for updates.
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