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Investigating sports coaching pedagogies in games contexts. Don Vinson Ali Croad Simon Padley Abbe Brady Mark Jeffreys. Rationale. Professionalisation Specialised body of knowledge Taylor and Garratt (2008) Importance of pedagogy Jones (2006) Opaque practice Light and Evans (2010)

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Investigating sports coaching pedagogies in games contexts

Investigating sports coaching pedagogies in games contexts

Don Vinson

Ali Croad

Simon Padley

Abbe Brady

Mark Jeffreys


Rationale

Rationale

  • Professionalisation

    • Specialised body of knowledge

      • Taylor and Garratt (2008)

    • Importance of pedagogy

      • Jones (2006)

  • Opaque practice

    • Light and Evans (2010)

  • Context

    • Roberts and Fairclough (in press)

  • Observational methods

    • Potrac et al., (2007)


  • Our study

    Our study

    • To investigate the association between:

      • Session context and coach interaction

      • Games category and session context

      • Session context and participant activity types

    • To evaluate the usefulness of the instrument in further understanding pedagogic practice


    Profile 1 fred

    • Professional Coach

    • Coaching environment

      • Net/Wall Coach

      • Participant numbers vary between 1 – 8

      • Coaching experience in both club and school settings

    Profile 1: Fred


    Profile 2 rachel

    Profile 2: Rachel

    • Elite level development coach

    • 10 years coaching experience

    • Coaching environment

      • Net/Wall coach

      • Participant numbers vary between 8-12

      • NGB regional performance centre


    Profile 3 peter

    Profile 3: Peter

    • NGB tutor

    • 16 years coaching experience

    • Coaching environment

      • Invasion game coach

      • Participant numbers vary between 10 – 23

      • Extra-curricular school sport


    Profile 4 mary

    • International coach

    • Previously an international player

    • Coaching environment

      • Invasion games coach

      • Participant numbers vary between 15 – 20

      • Adult coaching

    Profile 4: Mary


    Sotg pe

    • Systematic observational tool for PE - adapted for coaching.

      • Uses time sampling techniques (10 seconds observe; 10 seconds record).

    • The tool allows simultaneous recording of activity type, context and teacher/ coach interactions.

    • Data can provide information on the overall environment.

    SOTG-PE


    Sotg pe1

    SOTG-PE


    Procedure

    • All observers received training

      • Observational tool reliability session

      • Pilot Study conducted

    • Approximately 6 hours of observation conducted per coach

    Procedure


    Context by interactions

    Context by Interactions

    254

    14.4

    137

    111

    1.5

    -2.5

    82

    40

    2.4

    -3.9

    71

    6

    8.4

    -4.6

    χ2 = 540.5, df = 12, p < 0.0005, Cramer’s V = 0.293


    Context by category

    Context by category

    χ2 = 442.0, df = 7, p < 0.0005, Cramer’s V = 0.363


    Context by activity

    Context by activity

    222

    385

    3.9

    8.2

    162

    180

    7.7

    4.1

    χ2 = 1876.3, df = 28, p < 0.0005, Cramer’s V = 0.374


    Conclusions

    Conclusions

    • Contextual insights

      • Technical/tactical

    • Games category differences

    • Activity in games categories

      • Implications for pedagogues

    • Instrument

      • Reliability

      • Scope


    Recommendations

    Recommendations

    • Triangulate data

    • Further contextual insight

    • Striking/fielding and target categories


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