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The Athletic Skills Model

Author : René Wormhoudt
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The Athletic Skills Model offers an alternative to dominant talent development theories in the form of holistic broad-based movement education, focusing on health and wellbeing. It places the emphasis on ‘physical intelligence’ – including attributes such as agility, flexibility and stability – through adaptable and varied training programmes, creating a skilled athlete before introducing sport specialization. The book sets out the scientific underpinnings of the ASM before going on to offer practical guidance on the content of the programme, how to adapt and vary the programme, and how to apply the approach to different age groups and sports. The ASM’s application in the youth development programme at AFC Ajax is explored in depth, before a future of talent development with an emphasis on athletic, rather than sport-specific, expertise is imagined. The Athletic Skills Model introduces an important and timely challenge to conventional wisdom in talent development and is a fascinating read for any upper-level student or researcher interested in youth development, skill acquisition, motor learning or sports coaching, and any coaches wanting to refresh their approach to talent development.

ATHLETIC SKILLS MODEL

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Nonlinear Pedagogy and the Athletic Skills Model

Author : James Rudd
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This book offers an ecological conceptualisation of physical literacy. Re-embracing our ancestry as hunter gatherers we gain a new appreciation and understanding of the importance of play, not only in terms of how children learn, but also in showing us as educators how we can lay the foundations for lifelong physical activity. The concept of physical literacy has been recognised and understood throughout history by different communities across the globe. Today, as governments grapple with the multiple challenges of urban life in the 21st century, we can learn from our forebears how to put play at the centre of children’s learning in order to build a more enduring physically active society. This book examines contemporary pedagogical approaches, such as constraints-led teaching, nonlinear pedagogy and the athletic skills model, which are underpinned by the theoretical framework of Ecological Dynamics. It is suggested that through careful design, these models, aimed at children, as well as young athletes, can (i) encourage play and facilitate physical activity and motor learning in children of different ages, providing them with the foundational skills needed for leading active lives; and (ii), develop young athletes in elite sports programmes in an ethical, enriching and supportive manner. Through this text, scientists, academics and practitioners in the sub-disciplines of motor learning and motor development, physical education, sports pedagogy and physical activity and exercise domains will better understand how to design programmes that encourage play and thereby develop the movement skills, self-regulating capacities, motivation and proficiency of people, so that they can move skilfully, effectively and efficiently while negotiating changes throughout the human lifespan.

Journal Association Canadienne Pour la Sant L ducation Physique Le Loisir Et la Danse

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Athletic Movement Skills

Author : Brewer, Clive
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Before athletes can become strong and powerful, they need to master the movement skills required in sport. Athletic Movement Skills covers the underlying science and offers prescriptive advice on bridging the gap between scientist and practitioner so coaches and athletes can work together to achieve dominance.

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Supporting Academic Success for Student athletes

Author : Scott Andrew Williams
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Motor Learning in Physical Education and Sport

Author : Uriel Simri
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Coaching

Author : Ralph J. Sabock
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The Coaching Clinic

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The Coach

Author : Ralph J. Sabock
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Program for Athletic Coaches Education PACE

Author : Robert M. Malina
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Are Athletes Good Role Models

Author : Kathy L. Hahn
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Provides essays that cover varying opinions on athletes as role models, discussing whether or not they should be role models, whether or not they set a good example, and the extent of racism, sexism, and homophobia in sports.

Cognitive and Emotional Processes During the Rehabilitation of Severe Athletic Injuries

Author : Dawn Kimberly Lewis
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Training Professionals in the Practice of Sport Psychology

Author : John M. Silva
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Training Professionals in the Practice of Sport Psychology examines the multiple aspects of training for sport psychology and the unique issues that are inherent to the practice.

Management of Physical Education Athletic Programs

Author : Charles Augustus Bucher
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Administration of Health and Physical Education Programs Including Athletics

Author : Charles Augustus Bucher
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Administration of Physical Education Athletic Programs

Author : Charles Augustus Bucher
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Models of Teaching

Author : Bruce R. Joyce
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The seventh edition of Models of Teaching is written to be the core of the theory/practice aspect of the K-12 teacher education program. Widely considered to be the classic models text in the field, the Seventh ediiton covers the rationale and research on the major models of teaching and applies the models by using scenarios and examples of instructional materials. These models have shown to accelerate student learning and act as lifelong learning tools. Because it deals with the major psychological and philosophical approaches to teaching and schooling, Models of Teaching provides a direct link between educational foundations and student teaching. Therefore, the book can provide substantial support to programs taking a reflective teaching or constructivist approach. In this age of school reform, educators are searching for the best programs and practices that show strong evidence of positive effects on student achievement. Models of Teaching has been and continues to be of great interest to these educators because research on the use of various models of teaching and the positive changes in student achievement are well documented in this classic text.

Cross Over the New Model of Youth Basketball Development

Author : Brian McCormick
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Most basketball books offer drills. Cross Over outlines an entire development program complete with a long term athlete development philosophy, over 150 age-appropriate basketball drills, break down of skill progressions and thoughts on coaching effectiveness. Cross Over covers Athletic Skills, Tactical Skills, Technical Skills and Psychological Skills through four stages of development and gives coaches the tools to improve their coaching and create a better environment for youth players.