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Ray Lewis, Spike TV Team for 'Coaching Bad' Series - Hollywood ...

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Spike TV is teaming with NFL legend Ray Lewis for a new series exploring coaching and anger management. The Viacom-owned cable network has ordered eight hourlong episodes of Coaching Bad, which will feature nine ...
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Ethics cannot be compromised in sports administration, says ...

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"Ethics in sport and sports administration are non-negotiable, and cannot be 'compromised' in any manner whatsoever. As long as sport in this country is not governed in an ethical and fair manner, I strongly believe this ban ...
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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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Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Who is a Competitor?

Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Who is a Competitor? | Coaching Youth Sports | Scoop.it
competitor, worth of sports, athletic competitor, athletic success, downside of competition, biological and athletic competition, competition and cooperation.
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Concussions: When Athletes, Doctors, and Ethics Collide

Concussions: When Athletes, Doctors, and Ethics Collide | Coaching Youth Sports | Scoop.it
An article published in Neurology, the official journal of the American Academy of Neurology, seeks to help physicians navigate the legal and ethical framework that constrains the treatment of athletes with sports-related ...
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Father-son soccer coaching combo working together at Nitro - Charleston Gazette

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Father-son soccer coaching combo working together at Nitro
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Ryne Eich couldn't have been happier when Nitro High School opened practice this week.
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