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  1. 2011 Semi-Annual Assessor/Instructor Meeting June 25, 2011

  2. Assessor/Instructor Semi-Annual Meeting Opening DCV Instructional Program DCV Assessment Program Instructor in-service presentations Assessor - Assessment Debrief SDI meeting SDA meeting Instructor - Recert materials Assessor - 2011 POE Wrap up

  3. Assessor/Instructor Semi-Annual Meeting Opening DCV Instructional Program DCV Assessment Program Instructor in-service presentations Assessor - Assessment Debrief SDI meeting SDA meeting Instructor - Recert materials Assessor - 2011 POE Wrap up

  4. Assessor/Instructor Semi-Annual Meeting Opening DCV Instructional Program DCV Assessment Program Instructor in-service presentations Assessor - Assessment Debrief SDI meeting SDA meeting Instructor - Recert materials Assessor - 2011 POE Wrap up

  5. Year in Review - Instruction How did we do in 2010 -2011?

  6. Year in Review - InstructionClass Distribution

  7. Year in Review - InstructionStudent Distribution

  8. Year in Review - InstructionDCV Referee Count *About 3000 from previous year did not recertify.

  9. Year in Review - InstructionDCV Referee Count 12 7 9 8

  10. Year in Review - Instruction New Class Evaluation

  11. Year in Review - InstructionNew Clinic Class Evaluation • New Grade 8 Classes - What topics do you find most confusing? • Restarts - Goal kick, corner kick, kick off, PK, Free kicks - DFK and IFK • Offside • Local Modifications of the laws • Advantage • Substitution • Ball in play • Law 5, 6 - Hand signals; AR signals; AR flag meanings were a little confusing; Referee positioning; How to move on the field • Law 12; Just remembering which penalties you give for different infringements Law 12; Misconducts – issuing cards; What constitutes unsportsmanly behavior; Cautions vs sendoffs but acronym and matrix very helpful; Fouls dealing with goalkeeper

  12. Year in Review - InstructionNew Clinic Class Evaluation • New Grade 8 Classes - How to make the class more effective? • Class Management • Short classes 2-3 hours each, Maybe longer breaks • Let people write down more notes and slow down • Should have a class for players/coaches who are already familiar with the game; A little long for adults probably great for kids • Smaller classes • More explaining and less videos • As you work through the laws reference to the book more/pages, especially for the younger refs • Content • More practice quizzes; Study for test; more practice questions • Go over additional info not talked about on the test

  13. Year in Review - InstructionNew Clinic Class Evaluation • New Grade 8 Classes - How to make the class more effective? • Instructional Methods • More demonstration, Less lecturing; More AR Techniques • Add field module; Let us go outside and play a game; More time on the field showing how referees need to be positioned; More hands on practice; practice on field; A few practice games will be helpful • Get the students more into the conversation • Could make the entire course computer based • A sequence of teaching the rules more logically would help • Clinic Materials • Update the visual, need to ask yourself if the format is right for the facebook generation; Update the graphics and modernize the language. Most of the class was 13-16 years old; Up to date videos. • Make videos work on the slide show, The slides and accompanying videos are horrible, very inconsistent format, choppy and visually painful

  14. Year in Review - InstructionNew Clinic Class Evaluation • New Grade 12 Classes - What topics do you find most confusing? • DFK and IFK • Penalties of field players and goalkeepers • Ref training mixed with AR; Move through material covering head referee not AR more quickly; Focus on what and AR needs to know, Materials could have been organized and presented better; Too much info that was taught that was irrelevant to AR/STAR role; Too much coverage of referee responsibilities; Referee topics when you go very in depth • Offside • Laws vs rules (local modifications)

  15. Year in Review - InstructionNew Clinic Class Evaluation • New Grade 12 Classes - How can we make the class more effective? • Air conditioning and coffee • More videos • Limit questions from class; Stay focused • Sometimes the QA moved a little too quickly for us novices • Outside on field, Do it on a field, not in a classroom; More hands on • Manage time more efficiently, could have covered in 2-4 hours less • Specific positions of flag for AR • Took too much time on several elements that were for the head referee; Shorten it – focus on what AR’s really need to know, Restrict qa to AR questions

  16. Year in Review - Instruction Instructor Survey 57/89 took the survey – 64%

  17. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey • State Director of Instruction solicited input from all Instructors in MDCVASRP in areas that required discussion by the State Referee Committee and decision • The SRC is continually looking to improve all programmatic areas • Team teaching is one area that received a lot of support • Flat rate instructor Pay by class and not by the number of students in a class • Allows better student to instructor ratio • Facilitates learning with smaller classes • Supports move to on field module more easily

  18. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey • Class Size • 35 maximum – 27.6% • 35 is too big – 41.4% • 69% thinks it is max or too big

  19. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey • Comments about class size - • I teach for a living and 15 - 20 is the ideal class size for two instructors. • It's the enthusiasm of the Instructor not class size that matters. I do find it despicable to NOT pay instructors for large classes. Our function is to teach as many referees as we can. Time will sort out those not committed. • The key variable is the age of the students, not class size. Too many 12 and 13-year olds and any class becomes a challenge

  20. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey • Instructor Pay for New 8 with 35 Students • $350 – 46.6% • $250 – 24.1%

  21. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey • Maximum Class Size • Never exceed 35 – 44.8% • Never exceed 25 – 34.5% • Class size to room capacity – 20.7% • 79.3% of Instructors believe that classes should have a cap to the enrollment.

  22. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey • Teaching solo: • 8-hour class is taxing but manageable – 37.9% • 8-hour class needs an assistant – 25.9% • 8-hour class is ridiculous and should not happen – 17.2%

  23. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey • It is a known fact that students learn better if they have different instructors...and 8 hours of teaching is very taxing for the instructor and the students. • Teaching a class with 30-40 properly registered adult students is a breeze. Managing a class of 35 teenagers is an entirely different story. Keeping them focused and engaged is a challenge and requires a variation in the messenger to help maintain focus. • I have always believed that team teaching is much more effective. It prevents mistakes and gives instructors opportunity to assess whether information is being absorbed.

  24. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey • All clinic should have two instructors: • Agree – 41.4% • Decided by the SDA - 20.7% • Decided by lead instructor – 36.2% • Do not need more than one instructor - 1.7%

  25. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey • Team Teaching: • Comfortable with any instructor that SDA assigns – 59.6% • Choose my own assistant instructor – 40.4%

  26. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey On Clinic Reporting Procedure

  27. Year in Review - InstructionInstructor Survey On Getting Paid In a Timely Manner

  28. Year in Review - InstructionClinics Before USSF Online Registration • Pre-registration • In July and August before USSF online-registration email to the lead instructor. • In class • Announce certification is not complete until after they register online. • Do not collect checks or money in class. • At end of class, give each student who passes the class a pre-stamped envelop to write their name and address on it for mailing badges later. • Clinic report • When online registration is available, email all the students on the rosters and give them 2 weeks to register and pay online. • Once roster is complete, lead instructor will complete the clinic report. • Put a badge in each stamped and self addressed envelop and drop them in the mail.

  29. Year in Review - InstructionClinic Reporting Procedures After Online Registration • Registration • If the online system is available before or during the class, inform the students on the roster to register online before the end of the class. • Do not give out badges to students who fail to register online by the end of the class. • Clinic Reports • Complete the clinic report and check the "complete" box.

  30. Assessor/Instructor Semi-Annual Meeting Opening DCV Instructional Program DCV Assessment Program Instructor in-service presentations Assessor - Assessment Debrief SDI meeting SDA meeting Instructor - Recert materials Assessor - 2011 POE Wrap up

  31. Assessor/Instructor Semi-Annual Meeting Opening DCV Instructional Program DCV Assessment Program Instructor in-service presentations Assessor - Assessment Debrief SDI meeting SDA meeting Instructor - Recert materials Assessor - 2011 POE Wrap up

  32. Instructor In-Service Training Perception and Interpretation

  33. Instructor In-Service Training Say the WORD

  34. Instructor In-Service Training YELLOW BLACK ORANGE BLUE GREEN RED

  35. Instructor In-Service Training Say the WORD

  36. Instructor In-Service Training BLACK BLUE GREEN ORANGE RED YELLOW

  37. Instructor In-Service Training Say the COLOR

  38. Instructor In-Service Training

  39. Instructor In-Service Training Say the COLOR

  40. Instructor In-Service Training BLACK YELLOW ORANGE BLUE GREEN RED

  41. Instructor In-Service Training Say the COLOR

  42. Instructor In-Service Training BLACK YELLOW ORANGE BLUE GREEN RED

  43. Instructor In-Service Training Say the COLOR

  44. Instructor In-Service Training

  45. Instructor In-Service Training - Data collected from all six senses Hearing Smelling Touching Seeing Tasting Common (intuition) - Brain uses data to “make sense” from experience and use

  46. Instructor In-Service Training New Grade 8 Class Demographic Distribution >30= 20% <15 = 32% 19-30 = 8% 16-18 = 40%

  47. Instructor In-Service Training BOO all in play >30= 20% <15 = 32% n the field of play 19-30 = 8% 16-18 = 40% pponent

  48. Sharing Successes What Works Harvey Snyder, Ed.D. USSF Referee Instructor

  49. The Concepts • Engage students through action learning • Use their experiences • Avoid lectures • Vary your techniques • Challenge yourself to try something different

  50. Resources • Workbooks or handouts (Arlington Soccer pays!) • Masking tape • Small and large soccer balls • Nerf soccer balls • Coins • Laws of the Game and other USSF booklets • “Myths of the Game” • Soccer “Video Clips,” some from recerts • More senior members of the class