An outline of Positive Pedagogy for sport coaching (2020)
In this chapter we provide an overview of Positive Pedagogy for sport coaching for all sports. It begins with its development from the features of game-based approaches (GBA) to then move on to the appropriation of Antonvosky’s sense of coherence (SoC) model and the use of Positive Psychology to enhance its inherently positive nature.
CitationLight R,Harvey S (2020). An outline of Positive Pedagogy for sport coaching. In Light R, Harvey S (Ed.), Applied Positive Pedagogy for sport coaching: International cases.: 10-24. London and New york: Routledge.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research39 - Education::3901 - Curriculum and pedagogy::390111 - Physical education and development curriculum and pedagogy
42 - Health sciences::4207 - Sports science and exercise::420799 - Sports science and exercise not elsewhere classified
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