Re-designing youth sport : change the game
|概要||Many observers have pointed out what is wrong with youth sport: an emphasis on winning at all costs; parental over-involvement; high participation costs that exclude many families; lack of vigorous ph...ysical activity; lack of player engagement; and no focus on development. Currently, most attempts at righting the wrongs of youth sport have focused on coach education and curriculum, but in this book, the authors offer a different approach--one that involves changing the game itself. "Re-designing youth sport" combines vivid examples and case studies of innovative sport programs who are re-designing their sport with a comprehensive toolkit for practitioners on how to change their game for bigger and better outcomes. It offers a fresh and exciting perspective on the seemingly intractable issues in sport. It presents a practical and empowering pathway for readers to apply the examples and tools to the outcomes that they aspire to achieve in their sport, such as increased fun and excitement, life-skills building, gender inclusion, increased sportspersonship, greater parity and avoidance of one-sided competition, and positive parental roles. The book also reveals how community leagues as well as national and international sport governing bodies are using re-design to accelerate player skill development, tactical awareness, and physical fitness.続きを見る|
|目次||Introduction: Changing the Game
1. What Is Sport System Re-Design?
2. The Five Domains of Sport System Re-Design
3. Why Change the Game ... and Why Now?
4. Sources of Inspiration
5. Case Studies
6. The Sport System Re-Design Toolkit: Part One
7. The Sport System Re-Design Toolkit: Part Two
|アクセス注記||Taylor & Francis eBooks DRM Free Collection トライアル中(2023/3/31まで利用可能) 【Trial】This title is available until March 31, 2023.|
|本文を見る||Taylor & Francis eBooks DRM Free Collection: 2016|