Physical Education and Coaching Methods

Faculty
Science & Technology
Department
Sport Science
Course Code
SPSC 4199
Credits
3.00
Semester Length
15 weeks
Max Class Size
30
Method Of Instruction
Lecture
Field Experience
Typically Offered
To be determined
Campus
New Westminster

Overview

Course Description
In this course, students will undertake a study of the instructional and planning methods used by physical education teachers and coaches which allows them to meet the needs of their students and the curriculum goals. Topics include unit and lesson planning, yearly training plans for coaches, teaching styles, methods and styles of feedback, creating positive learning environments, group management techniques, task analysis, and gauging instructor effectiveness. Application of the content will occur through micro-teaching sessions and reflective/analytical exercises.
Course Content

1.  The Teacher/Coach/ Learner

1.1 Teacher/coach development
    1.1.1 Understanding the teaching/learning process
    1.1.2 Responsibilities as a teacher
    1.1.3 Use of props

1.2 Teaching styles
    1.2.1  Direct
    1.2.2  Indirect
    1.2.3  Anatomy of any teaching style
    1.2.4  Organizational options
    1.2.5  Utilization of multiple teaching styles
    1.2.6  Choosing appropriate teaching styles

1.3 Learning styles
    1.3.1 Visual
    1.3.2 Verbal
    1.3.3 Kinesthetic
    1.3.4 Intellectual

1.4  Models of instruction
    1.4.1 Alignment to teaching style
    1.4.2 Alignment to learning domain interaction goals
    1.4.3 Alignment to goals and outcomes

 

2.  Understanding the Physical Education Content

2.1 Task analysis
   2.1.1 Phases
   2.1.2 Preparation
   2.1.3 Execution
   2.1.4 Follow through
   2.1.5 Growth and development factors
   2.1.6 Transfer of learning

2.2 Activity development
   2.2.1 Fundamental movement skills – developmental stages
   2.2.2 Developmental games
   2.2.3 Incorporating models aligned to goals 
   2.2.4 Positive learning environments and the emotionally connected classroom
   2.2.5 Modifications - simplify or challenge
   2.2.6 Task
   2.2.7 Expectation
   2.2.8 Equipment
   2.2.9 Space

3.  The Planning Process

   3.1 Lesson planning
   3.2 Unit planning
   3.3 Setting measurable learning objectives
     3.3.1 Psychomotor
     3.3.2 Cognitive
     3.3.3 Affective
     3.3.4 Reflecting program goals
     3.3.5 Defining success criterion
   3.4 Teaching sequences
     3.4.1 Teaching progressions
     3.4.2 Activity adaptations
   3.5 Safety considerations
     3.5.1 Space management
     3.5.2 Equipment safety and maintenance
   3.6 Common challenges and issues
     3.6.1 Cultural sensitivity
     3.6.2 Gender equality
     3.6.3 Inclusion
     3.6.4 Integration of fitness and wellness
    3.7 Evaluation process
      3.7.1 Monitoring and feedback
      3.7.2 Creative information management
      3.7.3 Authentic assessment
      3.7.4 Rubrics
      3.7.5 Technology integrated into physical activity

4.  The Teaching / Coaching Process

   4.1 Teaching strategies
     4.1.1 Managerial strategies
     4.1.2 Instructional strategies
    
   4.2 Understanding feedback, classification, strengths, and weaknesses
     4.2.1 Sender and receiver channels
     4.2.2 Types of feedback
    
   4.3 Maximizing teacher effectiveness and using available feedback
     4.3.1 Debriefing
     4.3.2 Understanding and implementing organizational routines
     4.3.3 Teacher functions during activity
     4.3.4 Creating and using effective teaching/instructional cues
     4.3.5 Observation techniques and tools

5.  Group Management

   5.1 Teaching philosophy as a guide
   5.2 Positive discipline - definition and requirements
   5.3 Management strategies
   5.4 Teaching social skills through use of the personal and social responsibility model and/or the emotionally connected classroom model
   5.5 Creating routines for the class – formations, sound cues, assessments, transitions
   5.6 Organize groups into learning units
   5.7 Role modeling and development of personal and social responsibility
   5.8 Using space and available resources to maximize learning opportunities and minimize conflict

6.  Periodization for sports

   6.1  Traditional periodization and block periodization
     6.1.1 Micro, meso, macro cycles
     6.1.2 Phases

   6.2  Energy systems and peaking cycles
     6.2.1 Training protocols
     6.2.2 Residual effects of training
   6.3  Peaking for performance
   6.4  Creating yearly training plans for teams or individuals
   6.5  Alignment with the Long Term Athletic Development Model

Methods Of Instruction
  • Lecture
  • Discussion groups
  • Practical application
  • Micro teaching
  • Video coding observation
  • Reading assignments
Means of Assessment

Evaluation will be carried out in accordance with the Douglas College Evaluation Policy. The instructor will present a written course outline with specific evaluation criteria at the beginning of the semester. Evaluation may include the following:

 

Practice teaching – reflection analysis 20-30%
Unit plan 20-30%
Quizzes 10-20%
Annual/seasonal training plan 20-30%
Models assignment 10-20%
Preparation and participation 10-15%
  100%
Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the successful student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the teaching and learning process including: teaching styles, organizational options and learning styles.
  2. Identify and create activity, lesson, and unit plans that satisfy the guiding principles of learning outcomes, goal setting, risk management and safety, appropriate equipment and resource (space) use, and assessment of learning outcomes.
  3. Plan, lead, evaluate, and reflect on a practical learning session with peers or school-aged children that demonstrates knowledge and application of effective warm-up and cool-down, teaching strategies, feedback decisions and task presentation.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge and application of task analysis and activity development in a wide array of skills, games, models and modifications in sport and physical activity settings.
  5. Describe methods of group management in teaching and coaching environments.
  6. Create an annual/seasonal training plan for a sport team or an athlete that outlines basic training protocols over a competitive season aligned with the Long Term Athletic Development Model. 
Textbook Materials

Consult the Douglas College Bookstore for the latest required textbooks and materials. A list of recommended textbooks and materials is provided on the instructor's course outline, which is available to students at the beginning of each semester.

Requisites

Prerequisites

60 credits, AND

Criminal Records Check, AND

SPSC 3399 or SPSC 3399 concurrent enrollment

Corequisites

Equivalencies

No equivalent courses.

Requisite for

This course is not required for any other course.

Course Guidelines

Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.

Course Transfers

Institution Transfer Details Effective Dates
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) No credit 2007/09/01 to -
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) TRU PHED 2XX (3) 2007/09/01 to 2010/08/31
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) TRU PHED 2XXX (3) 2010/09/01 to -
Trinity Western University (TWU) TWU HKIN 350 (3) or TWU HKIN 360 (3) 2007/09/01 to -
University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) DOUG SPSC 4199 (3) & DOUG SPSC 4291 (3) = UFV KIN 221 (3) & UFV KIN 2XX (3) 2007/09/01 to -
University of Victoria (UVIC) UVIC EPHE 2XX (1.5) 2007/09/01 to -

Course Offerings

Winter 2021

CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
Location
14883
Tue Thu
04-Jan-2021
- 12-Apr-2021
04-Jan-2021
12-Apr-2021
Sturrock
Gordon
Open
New Westminster
SPSC 4199 001 - Registration is restricted to Bachelor of Physical Education & Coaching students.

Registration in this course provides registrants with a 'time conflict' error. This error can be disregarded for this course as it is due to a required room booking overlap.



This section is offered in a hybrid format. It includes both online components and in-person on campus activities. Check Blackboard and your Douglas College email for specific details about on-campus dates. The instructor will provide advance notice of the dates of on-campus activities.
Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
30
0
30
0
Days
Building
Room
Time
Tue Thu
New Westminster - North Bldg.
GYM
10:30 - 12:20