British Dodgeball Level 3 Coaching Qualification Assessment By
British Dodgeball Level 3 Coaching Qualification Assessment By Carl Page Contents Program Overview Summary Of Development Journey And Methods Key Findings, Achievements And Lessons Learned Recommendations And Next Steps My Role In Dodgeball
Director of Community Interest Company (CIC) Signatory on the Bank Account Youth / Academy Coach: Participation - children and adolescents (Youth Coach / Academy). Junior mixed; Under 11s Under 13s Under 16s. Promote synergies with coaches working in different roles and domains in the overall coaching structure.
My Coaching Philosophy Just like reading and writing helps children to learn their ABCs I also support those to develop their Agility, Balance, Coordination, and Speed! Therefore, I hope to inspire the next generation through education and sport. As if you develop others first in turn you shall develop yourself further. A Good Coach will... Role Of A Level 3 Dodgeball Coach
A Good Coach Will... Skills & Attributes My Thoughts/Reflections On My Own Professional, Interpersonal And Intrapersonal Knowledge Before The Level 3 Course. Link to theory The consistent application of integrated professional, interpersonal, and intrapersonal knowledge to improve athletes competence, confidence, connection, and character in specific coaching contexts.
An Integrative Definition of Coaching Effectiveness and Expertise (Ct and Gilbert 2009: 316) My Personal Objectives Through The British Dodgeball Level 3 Course Interpersonal Knowledge Relates to the ability to connect with people and is closely related to emotional intelligence (social context, relationships).
2015 SkillsYouNeed.com Player Development LTAD Player Development How I have implemented Autonomy, Belonging and Task-focused-Competence in my dodgeball coaching delivery. Explanation of player/team development plan (context/how it was developed alongside player/team, why skill or strategy to develop was chosen). Understanding of the Player & Sociocultural Factors
People: Family, Peers, Role Models Socio-Economic: Cost, Perceived Status Culture: Religion, Age, Disability, Gender, Race Health & Well-Being: Healthy, Short-term illness Resources: Availability, Access, Time Influence on Participation British Dodgeball 2017 Women in dodgeball survey - Greater Manchester
Development Plan Discussion Book Our Time Develop Relationships Preparation Is Key Thought Carefully About Who Can Help The
Player Express A Willingness To Engage In Learning And Development Opportunities Now Target Starting Rules Player Development Plan At children aged 7-11 Dodgeball can develop further the core skills and
agility, balance, coordination and can also enhance the development of tactics and strategies. At this stage Dodgeball can also help introduce the skills of leading and officiating. 10 Throwing 5 Playing positions Catching 0
Defending Dodging Attacking Blocking Advanced (Adv); these teams/players have been playing court dodgeball a few seasons each year. Players are still out for a fun time but they are looking to up their skills and play more games against competitive level teams by using more strategies for a more methodical game play. Area Of Development Player Use Of Goal Setting And/or Positive Reviews And What
Impact This Had Goal Setting: Clarifying The Objectives SMARTER Principle Short Term & Long Term Goals Impact Example It was fun catching this week because I got a lot better at catching and some other people too, its also really cool having a player of the month because it shows the values.
Player Feedback on Tuesday 5th December 2017 Experience Description of any progressions made over the period of time (photos/videos evidence encouraged). Introduction and Expected Outcome From The Session(s) Session No. Theme Aim
1. Going Over the Rules - The start Introduction to rules Warm ups How to play the game of Dodgeball. 2. Throwing Overarm and Snatch How to throw the ball using the overarm and snatch techniques. 3.
Throwing Underarm and Side Sling Shot How to throw the ball using the side sling shot and underarm techniques. 4. Dodging and Tactics To improve the dodging skills and movement of all players to avoid being hit by the ball. 5.
Catching How to catch a Dodgeball at different heights. 6. Principles of Attack How to attack as a team in Dodgeball and to work as a team. 7. Principles of Defence How to defend as a team in Dodgeball and to work as a team.
Questions taken from Crisfield, P. (2009) Analysing Your Coaching. Leeds: Coachwise Business Solutions/The National Coaching Foundation. ISBN: 978-1-905540-69-3. General Reflective Questions Questions taken from Crisfield, P. (2009) Analysing Your Coaching. Leeds: Coachwise Business Solutions/The National Coaching Foundation. ISBN: 978-1-905540-69-3. How This Has Impacted Myself As A Coach (Philosophy, The Skills/Attributes Developed, Experience Gained In The Three Areas Of Coaching Knowledge). Any Links To Theory Behind Any New Knowledge And/or Experience Gained. Reflection
Strengths Areas of Improvement Monthly calendar Overall Session RAG Rating Notes Interpersonal Knowledge
Social Context Relationships Coaching Methodology 5cs Across The Physical, Intellectual, Psychological, And Social I thought of very specific instances when Ive regularly integrated these aspects. If none came to mind, I thought of how I could integrate them in the future. Competence Foundation
Dimension General Example A specific instance when I integrated this Competence Physical How I (could) develop a wide variety of skills that enable athletes to engage in healthy living activities:
Volunteers can be used to ensure the smooth running of the challenges. Intellectual How I (could) encourage athletes to think creatively and imaginatively about how to play each game: Encourage speed of play and quick decision making. Psychological
How I (could) encourage athletes to value skill development as a determinant of optimal play: Player will stay in the game as long as they possibly can in V.I.P. A development game carried out in small groups of 4 or 5 that focuses on the techniques of throwing, dodging and blocking. Social How I (could) teach athletes how to play with others so all improve: Increase / decrease size of the throwing target to challenge all participants.
Confidence Foundation Dimension General Example A specific instance when I integrated this Confidence Physical How I (could) teach athletes to
participate with confidence, knowing the tactical and strategic dimensions of each game: Players should look to get as close to the centre zone as possible when throwing to reduce the distance between them and their opponent. Intellectual How I (could) teach athletes to apply tactics and skills to the dynamics and artfulness of play: Player always made sure that they are watching the other throwers
to ensure they are ready when it is their turn to catch the ball. Psychological How I (could) encourage athletes to apply effort to skill and play performance: The V.I.P. and bodyguard to be on their toes and be aware of what is going on around them. Social How I (could) encourage athletes to respect the power of collective
effort: Cross the River is a development game focused on the techniques of dodging and throwing. Respect your opponents at all times and never try to endanger them when playing the game. Character Foundation Dimension General Example A specific instance when I integrated this
Character Physical How I (could) ensure athletes play fair: A player will always let the official know if the ball has bounced first. Intellectual How I (could) teach athletes to understand how giving everyone opportunities improves play:
A counter attack is a very commonly used tactic in dodgeball. As teams are always able to hold on to 1 ball there will be many opportunities that present themselves to counter attack the opposition throw. Psychological How I (could) encourage athletes to value play with others as teammates or opponents: Blocking and tactics session the players to think of new tactics, put these into a game situation and see what works.
Social How I (could) teach athletes to recognize the value of teamwork: Ensure all members of the team have the opportunity to share their ideas. Connection Foundation Dimension General Example
A specific instance when I integrated this Connection Physical How I (could) create opportunities for athletes to experience affiliation with others through physical pursuits: Prepare the other participants both physically and mentally for the session by running the warm up. Intellectual
How I (could) encourage athletes to work with other participants to develop strategies for success: Players should look to work together as a team when a team is in possession of more than 1 dodgeball, communicate with teammates to throw the balls at 1 player on the other team. Psychological How I (could) teach athletes to value camaraderie with fellow players:
Turn defeat into victory by helping young people and vulnerable adults towards skill improvement and good sportsmanship. Social How I (could) encourage athletes to value the sense of connection and belonging associated with group/team play: Ensure all members of the team have the opportunity to share their ideas. Caring and Compassion Foundation
Dimension General Example A specific instance when I integrated this Caring and Compassion Physical How I (could) have athletes help others experience the reward of playing with enthusiasm:
Volunteers can help to retrieve balls to the throwers ensuring that they do not get in the way of the dodgers. Intellectual How I (could) encourage athletes to play in ways that build other players skills and confidence: Provide explanations and demonstrations of skills accurately at appropriate times during activities. Demonstrate technical models for core skills. Psychological
How I (could) ensure athletes play competitively but with humility and respect for opponents, and lose with dignity: Respect opponents at all times and never try to endanger them when playing the game. Players will shake hands and congratulate their opponent after each match whether won or lost. Social How I (could) encourage athletes to support other team/group members, whatever the
performance outcome: Ensure all members of the team have the opportunity to share their ideas. Future Plans For Continued Development As A Dodgeball Coach Head Coach Club level
Coach Mentor Worldwide England Lions Developing Player Programme (U13-15) Acknowledgements British Dodgeball England Dodgeball Corby Dodgeball Club CIC Other Level 3 candidates Warwick Academy Thank you Feel free to ask any questions!
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