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A presentation to Week 6 of the Sport Coaching Pedagogy unit at the University of Canberra, March 2013

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Mentoring 1

  1. 1. Mentoring 1#SpCP13: Week 6
  2. 2. Starting to think about mentorship.
  3. 3. In Groups of Three
  4. 4. Three ScenariosWorking with athletes (in your favourite sport) who would like your guidance about how to train.A novice coach asks if you can be a mentor for them in their first season as a coach.A new teacher asks if you can co-teach a class in their second term at the school.
  5. 5. Tacit Knowledge
  6. 6. Sense Making
  7. 7. Link
  8. 8. “Behind every successful person, there is one elementary truth: somewhere, somehow, someone cared about their growth and development.” Beverley Kaye, Up is Not the Only Way, 1997 ASC Mentor Resources
  9. 9. “A mentor provides information, shares their experienceor expresses an opinion. However it is always thementee that decides, acts and producesoutcomes.” Anne Rolfe, Synergistic People Development ASC Mentor Resources
  10. 10. ASC Mentor Resources
  11. 11. Our Three Scenarios
  12. 12. QualificationInformal Formal Experience
  13. 13. Professional developmentAccreditationUpdatingFast tracking
  14. 14. ASC Mentor Resources
  15. 15. ASC Mentor Resources
  16. 16. Link
  17. 17. Link
  18. 18. Triadic Elicitation
  19. 19. ... how do two of the scenarios differ from the third?
  20. 20. Some other references
  21. 21. Reflective practice and elite equestrian coaches (Winfield, Williams and Dixon, 2013)Learning pairs (Smith and Gilbert, 2013)E-mentoring talented and gifted students (Lamb and Aldous, 2013)Apprenticeships in Strength and Conditioning (Magnusen and Petersen, 2012)Learning to teach physical education (Wrench and Garrett, 2012)Head coach and assistant coaches (Bower, 2011)Physical education teachers (Rikard and Banville, 2010)Literature Review (Jones, Harris and Miles, 2009)
  22. 22. ImagesLandscapes from the Mara, John SchinkerFort Bragg sports program

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