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Coach leadership: an analysis of leadership theory and how reflection can lead to improved coach practicesDownload
The purpose of this study was to understand the process of leadership in coaching football as it related to my personal experiences as a football coach. The results are based on the analysis of my coach narratives over a two-year period of coaching with a collegiate and high school level football...
Background: Structured clinical assessments (SCAs) are an essential part of health professional education as they capture important information on not only what a student knows, but what they can do. However, this useful information is rarely translated into quality feedback that students can use...
A new interactive M-I coupling model that describes the dynamic interaction between magnetospheric dispersive waves, compressional modes, and auroral electron precipitations is applied to investigate the geomagnetic electromagnetic pulsations observed in Earth's magnetosphere in terms of...
Reflective practice is an important part of what distinguishes expert psychotherapists from their merely average peers. Therapists who engage in it regularly are more effective than those who do not (Cropley, Hanton, Miles, & Niven, 2010; Hoshmand, 1994; Parsons, 2009). One area of reflective...
Utilizing Teacher Experiences from the Past to Promote Reflection in Contemporary Teacher Education: A Grounded Theory Study on the Project Yesteryear Questionnaires of Robert S. PattersonDownload
By analyzing archival data of the responses of veteran teachers who worked in British Columbia in the 20th century, this project seeks to (a) determine the usefulness of this body of data in the instruction of 21st century teacher candidates; and (b) explore further insights into effective ideas...