SPOR07049 2022 Teaching & Coaching (Team Sports)

General Details

Full Title
Teaching & Coaching (Team Sports)
Transcript Title
TECO 3 (Team Sports)
Code
SPOR07049
Attendance
100 %
Subject Area
SPOR - Sport/Rec/Leisure
Department
MKTS - Marketing, Tourism & Sport
Level
07 - NFQ Level 7
Credit
05 - 05 Credits
Duration
Semester
Fee
Start Term
2022 - Full Academic Year 2022-23
End Term
9999 - The End of Time
Author(s)
Aileen Brennan, Roddy Gaynor
Programme Membership
SG_BAPPL_B07 202200 Bachelor of Business in Applied Sport with Business SG_BSPOR_H08 202200 Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Sport with Business
Description

This subject aims to qualify the student with the skills and competencies required to coach GAA, rugby and basketball at underage or developmental level. The subject will be taught in conjunction the iCoach Kids study Guide and the relevant national governing body qualifications and within the context of the National Coaching Development Plan. 

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module the learner will/should be able to;

1.

Demonstrate a knowledge, understanding and practical ability to coach/teach in the sports of GAA football, rugby and basketball to young children

2.

Demonstrate a knowledge of the skills and attributes required for coaching young children in team sports

3.

Demonstrate safe practice when working with groups of children in an ethical, fun and stimulating environment

4.

Coach the basic skills of GAA football, rugby and basketball with a view to teaching the core individual skills and allowing for progression

Teaching and Learning Strategies

This is a condensed module delivered over 4 weeks and has been specifically designed to allow students gain the experience and relevant industry coaching awards prior to the real coaching experience that they will encounter during their work placement.

The three coaching awards will be delivered via a theory and practical class approach. The theory for each coaching awards will be delivered through a blend of classroom teaching and online interactive web tools. The practical for each award will be delivered by block session (5 to 8 hours) with a qualified coaching tutor. The use of reflective logbooks will be important, as will be the active demonstration of individual coaching skill and learning.

Module Assessment Strategies

1. Demonstrate a knowledge, understanding and practical ability to coach/teach in the sports of GAA football, rugby and basketball to young children

Lecture; practical demonstration; role playing; video; reading

Logbook completion;

Class taking

2. demonstrate a knowledge of the skills and attributes required for coaching young children in team sports

Lecture; Complete iCoachKids study guide

Logbook completion;

3. Demonstrate safe practice when working with groups of children in a ethical, fun and stimulating environment

Lecture; practical demonstration; role playing; video; reading

Logbook completion;

Class taking

4. Coach the basic skills of GAA football, rugby and rugby with a view to teaching the core individual skills and allowing for progression

Lecture; practical demonstration; role playing; video; reading

Logbook completion;

Class taking

Repeat Assessments

Students must complete all three coaching awards and must achieve an overall grade of 40% to pass module. If a student has failed overall or has missed one or more coaching awards, they will be required to repeat the specific elements that they have failed or missed. 

Indicative Syllabus

1.0      Skills & Attributes of Coaching Children                                        10 %

1.1      Complete the ICoachKids Study guide

2.0      Foundation Award in Coaching Gaelic Games to Children 

2.1       Theory of coaching galeic games to children                                 10 %

2.2       Practical activity in coaching GAA to children                                 20 %

2.0       Introductory Award to Coaching Basketball

2.1       Theory of coaching basketball to children                                      10 %                                        

2.2        Practical activity for Level1 Award                                                   20 %

3.0       Award for IRFU Rugby Prime

3.1        Theory to coaching children in mini rugby                                        10 %

3.2         Practical activity for Rugby Prime award                                        20%

Coursework & Assessment Breakdown

Coursework & Continuous Assessment
100 %

Coursework Assessment

Title Type Form Percent Week Learning Outcomes Assessed
1 Performance Evaluation plan and take a class Continuous Assessment Performance Evaluation 100 % OnGoing 1,2,3,4
             
             

Full Time Mode Workload


Type Location Description Hours Frequency Avg Workload
Lecture Flat Classroom Theory of Coaching 10 Once Per Semester 0.67
Practical MPC Hall Coaching practical 26 Once Per Semester 1.73
Directed Learning Not Specified student reading 12 Once Per Semester 0.80
Total Full Time Average Weekly Learner Contact Time 3.20 Hours

Module Resources

Non ISBN Literary Resources

Required Reading

2022 Gaelic Games Foundation Award GAA eLearning Coach Ed

2021 Basketball Ireland Level 1 Coaching manual Basketball Ireland

2020 RugbyPrime Coaching Manual IRFU

2018 iCoachKids: The Role of the Children's Coach iCoachKids

Journal Resources
URL Resources

FAI/ GAA/ IRFU/ iCK online resources

Other Resources

FAI/ GAA/ IRFU online resources

Additional Information