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NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching Course. North Carolina High School Athletic Association 2007. State of Interscholastic Athletics in the United States. 750,000 high school teacher/coaches 200,000 middle school teacher/coaches Over 7,000,000 student participants Bell curve Sport culture

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NFHS Fundamentals ofCoaching Course

North Carolina High School

Athletic Association

2007


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State of Interscholastic Athletics in the United States

  • 750,000 high school teacher/coaches

  • 200,000 middle school teacher/coaches

  • Over 7,000,000 student participants

  • Bell curve

  • Sport culture

    • Club influence

    • Parental influence

    • Media influence

    • Professional model

  • Will sport be in schools in 25 years?


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Leadership by NFHS and Member State Associations

  • We must get the pendulum to swing the opposite way

  • Education Programs aimed at:

    • Coaches

    • Officials

    • Parents

    • Students

    • Community

  • Train the stakeholders about the mission and purpose of interscholastic sports


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Endorsements

  • National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)

  • National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA)


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Blended Format (8-10 Hours)

Live Training, Units 1&2 (4 Hours)

  • Adult Learner’s are ready and eager to learn, especially concepts that relate directly to carrying out their jobs as coaches.

  • Adult learner’s benefit from collaborative situations in which they can share experiences and solve problems in paired or group exercises.


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Blended Format (8-10 Hours)

Live Training, Units 1&2 (4 Hours)

  • Breakout Activities - Opportunity to learn from one another through sharing and discussion.

    • Individual Worksheet Exercises

    • Think/Pair Share

    • Small Group Breakouts

  • Optional Content and Activities

  • NCHSAA/NCADA State Component

    • Eligibility

    • Skill Development

    • Hazing

    • Performance Enhancing Substances

    • Infectious Disease


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    Blended Format (8-10 Hours)

    • Online, Units 3 – 5 (4-6 Hours)

      • Learning paced to the individual user

      • An engaging, interactive experience

      • Linear locked

      • More consistent delivery

      • Less costly for coach or school district

      • Less administration for athletic directors and state associations

      • All testing and certification completed online


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    Administrative Advantages

    • NCHSAA endorsed and funded

    • Compliance verified by a simple report

      • Coach Search

      • State association reporting

    • Coach will have access to course for one full year

    • Instructor will have access to course for as long as they are a state association approved instructor


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    Added Value

    • Free Modules

      • Gatorade

      • NFHS

    • Free 6 month membership in NFHS Coaches Association

    • Demographic information

    • National data base for coaches

    • Course and instructor evaluations

    • Polling capability


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    Content Development

    • History, Mission and Purpose of Interscholastic Athletics

      • Teacher/coach

      • Student

      • Student-centered coaching philosophy

      • Place of winning in interscholastic athletics

      • Educational outcomes of interscholastic athletics

      • Teachable moments

    • Developed with and for the interscholastic teacher/coach.


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    Media Rich

    • Quotes

    • Note This

    • Resources

    • Activities

    • Spot quizzes

    • High quality graphic illustrations

    • Action photos

    • Host video

    • Teachable Moment Video


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    Quotes


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    Note This


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    Resources


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    Activities


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    Spot Quizzes


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    Spot Quizzes


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    Graphic Illustrations


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    Graphic Illustrations


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    Photos


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    14 Teachable Moment Videos


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    Coach Search Feature

    • Currently: Search by name, state, license number

    • Future: By date


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    Certificate of Completion

    • A certificate, suitable for framing, can be printed upon successful completion of the course

    • A receipt is available to print for reimbursement by school district


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    Previews and Excerpts


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    Expected Outcomes


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    Benefits of National Certification?

    • Six months free membership in NFHS Coaches Association

    • 1 million dollars of liability insurance

    • Coaches Magazines (NF)

    • Continuing Education Units/Professional Development

    • Course Delivery: face‑to‑face and online

    • Student Centered Coaching Philosophy

      • “Student First-Athlete Second”

    • Integrating Athletics into the Educational Process

    • Educational Outcomes of Interscholastic Athletics

      • Promotion of Learning


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    To Take the Class

    • Contact Bobby Guthrie, Senior Administrator for Athletics, Wake County Public School System

    • Email Bobby Guthrie, blguthrie@wcpss.net


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    Take Part.

    Get

    Set

    For

    Life.


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