In this course methods will be presented to help with educating and enforcing codes of conduct for the student/athlete. Class participants will develop a complete code of conduct handbook.This booklet will be one that the coach can have on display not only for the student/athletes but for their parents, community members and school administrators as well.
Required Text: Successful Coaching-4th Edition by Rainer Martens, Human Kinetics;(February 17, 2012)
By the end of this course the participant will have:
1. Developed a complete code of conduct hand book that includes the following:
- Statement of Philosophy
- Rules & Consequences
- A System for Appeals
2. Establish methods to educate student/athletes about appropriate conduct
3. Create strategies for correcting student behaviorRegister Now
Tony BattilegaB.A. Communication Studies, University of San Diego
California teaching credentials: English, Health, Physical Education.
High School Teacher 30 years - English 11 years, Health Education 5 years, Physical Education 17 years.
Distinguished Teacher Award: Rancho Bernardo HS, Granada HS, Amador Valley HS.
High School Baseball Coach 30 years: Rancho Bernardo, Granada, Amador Valley, San Ramon Valley. Multiple League and CIF Championships.
Youth Baseball Coach 10 years: Three Babe Ruth World Series Championships.
Baseball Camps 30 years: Owner, Coordinator, Instructor.
College Baseball Coach 2 years: Pitching coach Menlo College, San Diego City College.
Division 1 Baseball Player 4 years: University of San Diego.
“I am passionate about health, fitness and lifelong learning. I teach because everyone, especially teenagers, need support and guidance in their physical, emotional and social wellness. I am driven to leave a positive impact on every person I meet.”
Personal: Married, two children, dog, snake. Family is extremely important.
Interests: Mountains, Beach, Travel, Fishing, Hiking, Skiing, Fitness, Photography, Reading and Writing.