Developing the “ whole ” cheerleader through effective coaching
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DESCRIPTIONDeveloping the whole cheerleader through effective coaching. Define success. The greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure. Eriksson Why are you a coach? What do you do? And How do you do it?. Define success cont. 23 sec - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Developing the whole cheerleader through effective coaching
Define successThe greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure. Eriksson Why are you a coach?What do you do? And How do you do it?
Define success cont.23 sechttp://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?videoId=u4ZoJKF_VuA&name=TEDxPugetSound+-+Simon+Sinek+-+9%2F17%2F09&uploadUsername=tedxtalks&hitCount=529375Have them set goals, determine what they want to achieveCompetition will probably be a portion of this but should not define it.
Show you care They dont care what you know, until they know you care!!! Do your cheerleaders know what you believe and why you do what you do? How do your daily actions demonstrate what you believe?
AcademicsSAT/ACTGPACounselingCreditsCommunication with other teachers
Fun, Structured, Organized & FlexibleSleepover, team bowling, paint ball, laser tagScavenger hunt to learn information about campusSwim party (Break at the lake)Younger children camp (Raider Round-Up) Pictures in next presentation
Give them ownershiphttp://www.wingclips.com/movie-clips/ray/i-need-helpResponsibilities/ jobs (Sign holder, Line leader, Team Introductions, Stretching)
DisciplineFair, Firm and consistent. Dont worry about being their friend they have 2, 583 friends Facebook.Have Seniors review the rules with the team.Insist on good communication. Do not allow them to convey feelings through texting or email.
TraditionsTeam BreakLittle Sally Walker, Peel the banana Big Sister/Little SisterHomecomingScoringCandy BagsStretching
Life SkillsBe a positive coach. Your mind works in pictures tell them what you WANT insist that they say OK (or even better Yes maam). Teach your TEAM members to use positive words about themselves and others. Im freaking out, and Im such a spaz are NOT positive. ORGANIZATIONCalendar, hold accountable
Good jobCall JUST to tell them that they did a good job.Praise in public, correct in private
Characteristics of a strong team Members motivate each otherReceptive to constructive criticismMembers are protective of other team membersMembers display a strong sense of pride in the teamThey are respectful towards each other and the team leaders.
I. AttendanceII. Tardies
III. Game Suspension
IV. Away Games
VI. Disciplinary Action
VII. Embarrassing behavior
Alcohol & Drug use
X. Jewelry, Nails and Polish, Hair, Gum chewing and Cell Phones
XII. Policy on Joining Other Clubs
XIII. TransportationSection XIV. FundraisingSection XV. Other