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Code of Ethics for Football Coaches

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Code Of Ethics For Football Coaches. A code of ethics for football coaches is very much at the forefront in youth football, and often comes into play at the high school level as well.

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Bryan G.'s curator insight, September 6, 2014 11:19 AM

More often than not, there are more instances that high school coaches care more about winning. But we see that trend is turning away from that and more care is taken with the players and teaching life lessons is becoming the new gameplan

Matthew Sosby's curator insight, July 17, 4:08 PM

Coaching youth sports is chock full of times where our personal and professional ethics are put to a premium.  How we present ourselves to the youth can provide a positive impact on their lives.

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Legal and Ethical Responsibilities of a Coach

How many career options can provide the excitement, challenges and satisfaction of coaching? Coaches at all levels experience the pleasure of watching young people develop sport skills and contribute to successful teams. However, coaches also have important legal and ethical obligations to their schools and their athletes. Many of these obligations or responsibilities are natural extensions of the mission and goals of the high school athletic program. Others are defined legally or are expectations of society for a “teacher” in a school activity.


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Jason Cain's curator insight, March 16, 2014 12:33 PM

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   Coaches must adhere to legal and ethical responsibilities within the profession. These responsibilities are outlined through certification classes. All coaches must keep athletes safe both physically and emotionally and these standard that they must follow are outlined in the National Association for Sport Physical Education. A coach needs to be a role model for athletes under his or her care. 

 

Renee Seruntine's curator insight, May 14, 2014 3:53 PM

Legal and ethical obligations play an important role in how a coach will teach his or her players.

Dillon Fury's curator insight, September 10, 2014 12:44 PM

There's a lot of weight resting on the shoulders of a coach. They are to make good ethical decisions for their players and themselves.

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4th Annual DePaul Sports Medicine Symposium, Chicago: The Endurance Athlete

A symposium designed to help the sports medicine professional stay current and apply new techniques in the rehabilitation of athletes of all kinds.


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From small town hero to liability – the lovechild of IPL and match-fixing - Sports Keeda (blog)

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Not only is it sending the wrong message to the morals of the players themselves, but also to the ethics of the sport.
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John Shaw on Sports Supplements

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FDA, sports supplements, regulatory issues, trade associations, NPA, CRN (RT @JonBenninger: Tainted sports #supplements are being targeted by @US_FDA, writes @NPACEOJohnShaw.
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National Association of Basketball Coaches Code of Ethics - NABC

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The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the professional organization for coaches of men's basketball teams in the United States, is taking a strong leadership position at this time to develop a code of ethical conduct.


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Kelly Joey Seay's curator insight, September 14, 2014 8:02 PM

This is great for anybody trying to become a basketball coach and what it takes to become a coach with the right ethics. 

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In historic shift, Saudis to allow some girls' sports

In historic shift, Saudis to allow some girls' sports | Sports Ethics: Jasieniecki J. | Scoop.it

"Private girls' schools are now allowed to hold sports activities in accordance with the rules of Shariah, or Islamic law. Students must adhere to 'decent dress' codes and Saudi women teachers will be given priority in supervising the activities, according to the Education Ministry's requirements.  The decision makes sports once again a stage for the push to improve women's rights, nearly a year after two Saudi female athletes made an unprecedented appearance at the Olympics."  This news comes at a time when Saudi Arabia has allowed women to ride bikes (sort of).

 

Tags: Saudi Arabia, culture, gender, religion, Middle East.


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Lena Minassian's curator insight, March 22, 2015 4:24 PM

I was happy to see an article like this. It's about time that these women are being given equal opportunities. Although they have a long way to go this is a step in the right direction. Saudi Arabian girls are being allowed to have sport related activities within their private schools. This did surprise me a little just because Saudi women's rights are very limited but this is a simple improvement just to the general health and well being of these girls. Two females competed in the last years summer Olympics representing Saudi Arabia and their efforts were not shown on Saudi TV. These women competing has opened a few doors to allowing more than just men to engage in these activities. Usually sports were only for the elite women who could afford gym memberships or attend well known colleges. Even though women cannot compete internationally or sign up for clubs or leagues this is a step in the right direction.

Kevin Cournoyer's curator insight, May 6, 2015 4:47 PM

This is an interesting article about slowly allowing women in Saudi Arabia to participate in sports. While playing soccer or swimming or running may not seem so important to us in the West, it is a big deal for Saudi women. Saudi Arabia has some of the strictest laws in the Middle East regarding women's rights, and so even a very partial and gradual allowance for women to engage in sports is a big step. It shows perhaps a slight softening of adherence to Shariah law, which would hopefully eventually allow women more freedom in the realms of education and work, as well as in everyday life. 

 

Too often are people quick to judge and characterize other cultures or religions by the most extreme examples. While it is true that laws in Saudi Arabia are extremely restrictive to women, progress such as this, though small, may well act as a stepping stone for increased freedoms for women. People outside of Saudi Arabia and Islamic culture must realize that this kind of progress does happen and is, in fact, happening right now. To simply dismiss Saudi culture as misogynistic and oppressive is to write the whole culture off. While progress is slow and less than ideal, we should look to Saudi Arabia's Islamic neighbors and see that many of them are not so oppressive to women. Allowing Saudi women to participate in sports, therefore, may be setting up the country to increase women's rights and join its relatively more liberal neighbors. This is certainly a sign of positive change, and one that should not be ignored. 

Mark Hathaway's curator insight, October 23, 2015 6:28 AM

I was quite shocked to hear of this story. There is no denying, that this is a step forward for the women of Saudi Arabia. However, women are far from free in this country. The activates still have to be in accordance with Islamic Law. The strict dress code also remains in effect for the girls. The Sports themselves, must be overseen by women teachers. I would not call this initiative the Saudi equivalent of title nine, but it is a step forward. Every little inroad, is a step towards more equality. The government of Saudi Arabia appears to be at least slightly altering its view of women. Hopefully this will be the first step in movement to gain Saudi women more rights. In generations to come, hopefully Saudi women will look back on this development as the start of a cultural revolution in Saudi Arabia.     

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New England Patriots Cut Kyle Love After Being Diagnosed with Diabetes - FanSided

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Views of Pediatric Intensive Care Physicians on the Ethics o... : Critical Care Medicine

Objective: Donation after cardiac death has been endorsed by professional organizations, including the American Academy of Pediatrics as a means of increasing the supply of transplantable organs.
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