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Single sport specialization not recommended by physicians | Sports science for kids | Sports science | TeamSnap

Single sport specialization not recommended by physicians | Sports science for kids | Sports science | TeamSnap | Reflective practice | Scoop.it
Single sport specialization not recommended by physicians | Sports science for kids | Sports science | TeamSnap (Why single sport specialization for youth is NOT recommended by physicians: http://t.co/iSoxDOJUOt...

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Arsenal hire new head of sports science | Arseblog News – the ...

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ESPN are reporting that Arsenal have signed a new head of Sports Science … from West Ham. Andy Rolls will, apparently, begin work next month and comes with a wealth of experience from the Hammers. He's been ...

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Guidelines boost 'ethical' sports science [Australia]

Guidelines boost 'ethical' sports science [Australia] | Reflective practice | Scoop.it
NEW guidelines will help sport organisations at every level approach sports medicine and science in an ethical way, Sports Minister Kate Lundy says.

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Getting Started. Female Coaches in Sport - Sport Information ...

Getting Started. Female Coaches in Sport - Sport Information ... | Reflective practice | Scoop.it
If you take a look at the Canadian women involved in elite coaching today, easily any of them could be a role model for future women looking to make a difference through coaching. However the early stages of a female ...

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How science makes sport better

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“ Sports scientist Craig Duncan has worked with Sydney FC, Western Sydney Wanderers and helped NSW's State of Origin team achieve their 2014 win. This is how he works.”


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Discover Guadí's Barcelona - Day 2

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In this part of the seven stage Gaudí tour, the author discovers Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, Colonia Güell, and the Sagrada Familia. Uncover Gaudí's Barcelona for yourself!

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How science makes sport better

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Sports scientist Craig Duncan has worked with Sydney FC, Western Sydney Wanderers and helped NSW's State of Origin team achieve their 2014 win. This is how he works.

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Getting Started. Female Coaches in Sport - Sport Information ...

Getting Started. Female Coaches in Sport - Sport Information ... | Reflective practice | Scoop.it
If you take a look at the Canadian women involved in elite coaching today, easily any of them could be a role model for future women looking to make a difference through coaching. However the early stages of a female ...

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Coaching vs. Managing: Why coaches are better leaders than managers

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RT @TomWalter1971: Coaching vs. Managing: Why coaches are better leaders than managers.

 

For the past several years, I’ve had the pleasure of coaching young females in the sport of softball. Throughout my time, I’ve learned that being the coach of a team and being a leader within an organization is not much different. The same principles span both responsibilities. In fact, when you use coaching principles in an organization, you often reap more than if you were to “manage” like many organizational leaders prefer to do.

 

According to the thesaurus with which Microsoft so generously equipped my word document software, the term “manage” is synonymous with words like “govern,” “supervise,” and “administer.” The term “coach” is synonymous with “teach,” “educate,” and “prepare.” Compare the two terms as well as their synonyms. Is it as obvious to you as it is to me? There is a distant, authoritarian connotation radiating from the term “manage,” especially when paired with the gentle, nurturing term “coach.” Which type of leader would you like to work for? And, for those in leadership positions, which word would you like associated with your leadership style?

 

If the thesaurus doesn’t do it for you, there are always the practices that accompany either term, practices that I would like to argue are the very reasons why adopting a coaching style is more effective (and enjoyable) in the workplace than managing.


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Sports Science Videos - ESPN

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Complete archive of Sports Science content on ESPN.com...

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PDP resources - Student skills development - University of Exeter


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Charlotte Medland's curator insight, August 18, 2014 11:36 AM

A really good example of getting HE students to reflect on the many ways they are developing at university.

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Stuart Lancaster: A New Coaching Template? - impress Coaching

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Stuart Lancaster in an hour long interview the England Coach gives us a view of coaching as so much more than developing technique (Great piece on Stuart Lancaster's approach to England's journey to #RWC2015 http://t.co/S27BInREQp...

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22 Ways To Use Twitter For Learning Based On Bloom’s Taxonomy

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  via TeachThought Last year we created a “twitter spectrum,” an image that clarified different ways that twitter could be used in the classroom in (hopefully) authentic ways. TeachBytes has f...

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How Australian Sports Science Is Changing America

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For a country of just more than 20 million people, Australia boasts an impressive sporting legacy.

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Free Technology for Teachers: Sports Science - Baseball

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Sports Science Update: The Best Type Of Strength Training For Runners | Competitor.com

Sports Science Update: The Best Type Of Strength Training For Runners | Competitor.com | Reflective practice | Scoop.it
A new Finnish study says heavy weightlifting is best, but is it?

A new study published in the Journal of Sports Science attempted to answer this question. Scientists at the Research Institute of Olympic Sport in Finland recruited 27 male recreational runners to participate in the study...

 


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Sam Meskell's curator insight, May 8, 2013 7:43 AM

An interesting article about the three basic types of resistance training for a runner, and which type is the most effective.

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Women in Sport – Coaching Excellence Series

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RT @NB_Coach_NB: Free Women in Sport – Coaching Excellence Series March 14&15 in Fredericton - http://t.co/TjjMuE0z3h

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10 Best Art Galleries of Barcelona

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There is so much more to Barcelona than the works of Antoni Gaudí and the Picasso Museum. For the art-fanatic I decided to publish my top 10 of art galleries in Barcelona.

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Harriet Freeman's curator insight, October 15, 2013 3:03 AM

Discover the lesser-traversed art scene of Barcelona by visiting the various galleries around the city. You'll discover a ton of hidden gems.

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World’s most beautiful eco-friendly sports stadiums

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Sustainability is one of the top priorities these days in the field of architecture.

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Clearing It Up: Body Weight vs. BMI vs. Body Composition ...

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You hear about it all the time... BMI. Your BMI is a measure of your supposed body weight relative to your height and is calculated by the equation weight (in kg) divided by height squared (in meters).

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Women in Sport – Coaching Excellence Series

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RT @NB_Coach_NB: Free Women in Sport – Coaching Excellence Series March 14&15 in Fredericton - http://t.co/TjjMuE0z3h

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The use of sports science in preparation for Olympic competition

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(2009). The use of sports science in preparation for Olympic competition. Journal of Sports Sciences: Vol. 27, The use of sports science in preparation for Olympic competition, pp. 1363-1365.


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5 Transferable Skills Employers Want and You Should Have | CAREERBRIGHT

5 Transferable Skills Employers Want and You Should Have | CAREERBRIGHT | Reflective practice | Scoop.it
Often called transferable skills, developing these skills is important because they can be applied to almost any career position you may be looking to pursue.

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Performance Coaching: Single Slide in PowerPoint

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Our custom-drawn Performance Coaching single slide PPT illustrates the perception that continuous and sustained improvement is a key factor to growth.

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Improve Your Google Search Skills [Infographic]

Improve Your Google Search Skills [Infographic] | Reflective practice | Scoop.it
Don’t limit yourself to just plugging in simple search terms to Google; check out this infographic and learn a search string search or two.

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KUGGE's curator insight, August 23, 2013 11:35 AM

The "Keyboard shortcuts" in the infographic are aimed at Mac users but they exist for PC users, too:

1. Find on a page: "Ctrl" and "F"

2. Zoom in / out: "Ctrl" and "+" / "Ctrl" and "-"

3. Select the address bar: "Ctrl" and "L"

4. Switch between open applications: "Alt" and "Tab"

5. Switch between browser tabs: "Ctrl" and "Tab"

6. Screenshots: "Prt Scr"