Proper planning creates good management. Good management means developing skills and habits that bring about good teams and reduce the chances of injuries. This course will give you tools and encouragement to become a better planner and manager on the playing field and throughout your life.
Reading assignments will be from given website resources found throughout the course.
Open and read the Syllabus which includes Objectives and a Grading Rubric. You may want to print it.
Read and complete assignments for each Session. Links to Each Session and materials needed to complete the assignments are located under the heading of Course Assignments and Resources. You will type your responses offline in your own document that you will later upload for grading. See the DropBox at the top of the course page.
When you have completed your assignments, post all coursework at one time in the Completed Coursework DropBox at the top of the course.
1. Recognize the significance of the individual within your team planning.
2. Develop long and short term planning that produces a positive, calm, caring, and confident coach.
3. Account for risk management in all phases of planning.
4. Be able to transfer coaching expertise in planning to other important aspects of life.
B.S., M.S. Physical Education
Taught and coached 7-9 Jr. High students for five years.
Taught mathematics and physical education at the High School level for 35 years.
Had experience as a Department Head in physical education.
Helped to develop a state granted voluntary integration program.
Richard’s personal interests are golf and helping others succeed.
B.A., M.A. Administration
Taught Elementary 5 years, Jr. High 5 years, Senior High 5 years and Adult Ed. 2 years.
Administration Grades K-12 19 years.
Coached variety of sports grades 6-12.
Developed Leisure Living Program for Grades 6-12.
Leisure interests-fishing, reading, poker and Senior Softball.
Instructors: Dick Bach, Ernie Shaffer