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Program for Effective Teaching: A Model to Guide Educational Programs in Strength and Conditioning

Massey, Dwayne EdD

Strength & Conditioning Journal: October 2010 - Volume 32 - Issue 5 - p 79-85
doi: 10.1519/SSC.0b013e3181f3ee49
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GREAT STRIDES HAVE BEEN MADE IN IDENTIFYING THE EXPERTISE NEEDED BY STRENGTH COACHES TO BE COMPETENT IN THEIR JOBS. AS OUR PROFESSION MOVES FORWARD, WE NEED TO CONTINUE TO REFINE AND STANDARDIZE THE KNOWLEDGE BASE OF THE FIELD. A METHOD HELPFUL IN ACCOMPLISHING THIS OUTCOME WOULD BE TO DEVELOP A MODEL TO GUIDE OUR EDUCATIONAL EFFORTS. THE MODEL BEING PUT FORTH IS KNOWN AS THE “PROGRAM FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING”. THIS MODEL COULD SERVE AS A FRAMEWORK FOR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS IN THE PROFESSION WHILE AT THE SAME TIME BEING A STANDARD TO ASPIRE TO BY THOSE PROVIDING DIRECT SERVICES TO ATHLETES.

School of Education, University of Arkansas at Monticello, Monticello, Arkansas

Dwayne Massey

is an assistant professor of physical education at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.

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