Framing the Coaching Role:
Knowledge and Skills
- Interpersonal Skills
Communicating and establishing trusting relationships with players. Developing volleyball practices
require being sensitive to players' dilemmas, fears, and celebrations.
- Content Knowledge
Deep understanding about volleyball, including how volleyball knowledge is developed over time
- Pedagogical Knowledge
Understand how players learn volleyball, questioning strategies, and structures that can help
students develop ideas
- Knowledge of the Curriculum
Familiarity with the volleyball jargons and signals being used
- Awareness of Coaching Resources
Coaches need specific knowledge of professional development materials and resources that can be
used to support his teachings
- Knowledge of "the practice of coaching"
Coaches must know coaching strategies and structures, on the spot coaching, questioning
techniques for effective coaching
Helping Coaches build their repertoire of strategies
- Questioning your questions
- Demonstration and Co-teaching
- A learning Community
- Learning from Case Studies
attempts to provide a coach framework to allow local volleyball coaches to have a good understanding about themselves and provide a self-help guided principles for self-upgrade. We hope this will be another step forward to develop local coaching capabilities.
This initiative attempts to develop a professional mindset among local volleyball coaches.
Do you have a Coaching Eye ?