Coaching in today’s diverse society is far more complicated than coaching was fifty years ago. Successful coaches must take into account many factors including their own biases to mold a diverse group of athletes into a team. Coaches can no longer expect all their athletes to come from one set of life experiences and backgrounds. To be a successful coach they must take into consideration age, sex, size, culture, family makeup, and many other issues. Coaches/teachers will need to use deeper learning and understanding of today’s student population to mold a successful team.
Successful Coaching-4th Edition by Rainer Martens, Human Kinetics; 4 edition (February 17, 2012)
By the end of this course, the participants will have had the opportunity to examine:
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