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Sportsmanship & Ethics in Youth Sports, Part 2 | Network in Austin

Sportsmanship & Ethics in Youth Sports, Part 2 | Network in Austin | Sports Ethics: Carlton, L | Scoop.it

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Sports and the Media: A Question of Ethics

Nov.11, 2010: USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media, & Society Presents the Sports & Social Change Speaker Series - "Sports and ...youtube.com...


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Renee Seruntine's curator insight, May 14, 2014 4:05 PM

a great, informative video about ethics in sports and the media. 

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Lance Armstrong: Evil Or the Future of Sports? - Windypundit

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The key thing to remember when discussing ethical issues in sports (and games in general) is that most of the rules are, by definition, arbitrary. Basketball players have to dribble the ball when taking steps, football players can ...

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The National Football League – The Ethical Position of America's ...

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The dichotomy of what is said and what is actually undertaken is a huge problem for the ethical sustainable of the most powerful sports and entertainment league in the United States. Revenues and Returns: Where is All of the ...

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The NFL is the biggest league as far as revenue

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Over-Coaching: Resist the Urge!

Over-Coaching: Resist the Urge! | Sports Ethics: Carlton, L | Scoop.it
by Dave Simeone, U.S. Women's National Staff Coach Most of the sports that are currently predominant in our culture involve the coach as an active participant. Although the coach is along the touch...
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Pretty good article

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Johnson: Hartley ties idol on NHL career coaching wins list

Johnson: Hartley ties idol on NHL career coaching wins list | Sports Ethics: Carlton, L | Scoop.it
Small, singularly feisty, outspoken, confrontational, mischievously charming. Like a vibrating tuning.
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A coach that learned the game from his Idols.

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Ethics in Service-Learning

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From across the southern state line comes a valuable online webinar concerning ethics and service-learning projects with youth. Clemson University, home of the National Dropout Prevention Center, i...
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Leroy C Carlton's comment, March 11, 2013 3:33 PM
This is a good article on Ethics.
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Rick Reilly: Billy Donovan's lessons

Rick Reilly: Billy Donovan's lessons | Sports Ethics: Carlton, L | Scoop.it
Rick Reilly catches up with Florida's Billy Donovan, a coach who teaches from a very personal perspective.
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This is what coaching is about.

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Interpreting Sportsmanship

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Recently, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers shocked many American football fans with an act that might not seem particularly controversial: they continued playing until the game officially ended.

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Hudson's curator insight, July 11, 2013 10:05 AM

It is all about how you play the game rather than focusing on winning or losing. Tampa Bay played through the game until it ended while the New York Giants made assumption that they were going to win.

Mz Mississippi's curator insight, September 6, 2013 9:15 PM

As a coach you always teach players to play until you hear a whistle or the horn blows. The Gaints my think that it was a cheap shot but their coach should have had them prepare for anything. I wonder did they learn from that mistake? 

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Stem Cells, Sports Ethics, & Cheating SuperAthletes

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Could stem cell use in sports lead to cheating among athletes? Drs. Johnny Huard, Thomas Vangsness, Freddy Fu discuss ethical concerns re stem cell use by athletes.


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good article

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Sports Ethics: Five Years Running « The Sports Ethicist

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We close out the semester with several discussions on ethical issues that arise around economics and sports. We discuss the ethical justifications of salary caps in professional sports leagues as well as the high salaries of ...

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Encouragement – An Underappreciated Coaching Skill

Encouragement – An Underappreciated Coaching Skill | Sports Ethics: Carlton, L | Scoop.it
An article describing the value of encouragement as a coach and a leader. (“@KevinEikenberry: Have u seen this one?
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The Power of Educational Coaching

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I squirmed a bit in the center seat as I responded to questions. One educator after another around the circle asked me probing questions that made me think about my actions. I knew they understood

 

Whatever you call it, it is more than a simple technique and it is more than a simple "play on words" of an old idea. It is a unique philosophy that deals with how best to implement radical and sustained change in educators. The autocratic way or if you like the "let me help you fix it" way, means that others dictate and direct a teacher's progress to teacher improvement with affixed consequences if it does not happen.

 

Under this traditional system, ultimately, the teacher can blame his boss if the strategy that he was dictated to do does not work. Educational coaching is entirely different.


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Gust MEES's curator insight, February 14, 2013 5:34 AM

Whatever you call it, it is more than a simple technique and it is more than a simple "play on words" of an old idea. It is a unique philosophy that deals with how best to implement radical and sustained change in educators. The autocratic way or if you like the "let me help you fix it" way, means that others dictate and direct a teacher's progress to teacher improvement with affixed consequences if it does not happen.


Under this traditional system, ultimately, the teacher can blame his boss if the strategy that he was dictated to do does not work. Educational coaching is entirely different.


Leroy C Carlton's comment, March 11, 2013 3:56 PM
This is another way to coach, and good to know this side. This is what Mr. Wooden was talking about.
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some article

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Amy Donaldson: Why do we tolerate abuse in coaching? - Deseret News

Amy Donaldson: Why do we tolerate abuse in coaching? - Deseret News | Sports Ethics: Carlton, L | Scoop.it
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The coach stomped her foot, yelled in frustration and then hollered for a substitution. The player exited the game, and it was clear she knew she was in trouble.
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This is what you should not do as a coach. Good article.

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Love Your Coaching Life So Much They Want to Punch You in the Face | Coaching Life | Dan Tudor

Love Your Coaching Life So Much They Want to Punch You in the Face | Coaching Life | Dan Tudor | Sports Ethics: Carlton, L | Scoop.it
RT @frontrush: Love Your Coaching Life So Much They Want to Punch You in the Face - http://t.co/UeQRm3OZJI @dantudor @frontrush
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Leroy C Carlton's comment, March 11, 2013 3:34 PM
This is why I want to be a coach, because of this person.