Online Child-Centered Coaching 2020

Online Child-Centered Coaching Course Questionnaire

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1. In Module 1, Clip 1, what did the children think are the benefits of being listened to?
2. What are the benefits to us as coaches when we listen?
3. If we imagine ourselves in the shoes of the children we are coaching and try to see the world through their eyes, what quality are we demonstrating?
4. When we are fully listening to children we are;
5. When others are speaking research shows that we pay more attention to ‘what’ they are saying than we do to their body language and ‘how’ they are saying it. This is;
6. After interviewing 63 of the World’s top athletes, David Hemery discovered that the two most important attitudinal factors common to all of them were;
7. Kinaesthetic awareness is the awareness of;
8. Awareness-raising questions generally begin with;
9. Which of the following is a non-directive solution to getting stuck with the process?
10. Closed questions;
11. Effective questions;
12. Leading questions;
13. Which type of question is likely to help generate increased awareness and self-responsibility?
14. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Don’t you think it would be a good idea to practice some serving now?’
15. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘What did you notice?
16. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘What did you notice you could have done then?
17. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Where do you notice your power coming from?’
18. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Why don’t you hit it cross court?’
19. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Have you practised hard enough this week?’
20. Indicate whether this question is open, closed, or leading or maybe a combination; ‘Did you work on your backhand volley?’
21. Which of the following statements demonstrates that a child is answering from awareness?
22. If a child says, ‘I would really like to work on my forehand today,’ which of the following responses below demonstrates the skill of reflecting?
23. After watching Clip 07 in Module 2 on page 4, what would be a suitable response if you were reflecting back what the child had just said?
24. After watching Clip 11 in Module 2 on page 4, what would be a suitable response if you were summarising what the child had just said?;
25. What would be a suitable awareness-raising question instead of the following technical instruction? - ‘Try and move your feet a bit quicker on the wide balls.’
26. What would be a suitable awareness-raising question instead of the following technical instruction? - ‘Make sure you reach up on the serve.'
27. What is a possible follow-on question in response to the following? - ‘What do you notice on the serve?’ ‘I am noticing my knee bend...'
28. What is a possible follow-on question in response to the following? - ‘What did you notice whilst you were hitting those balls?’ ‘I noticed my wrist and my contact position with the ball.’
29. What is a possible follow-on question in response to the following? - ‘Where are you noticing the stretch when you hit your flat serve?’ ‘Right around the top of my shoulder.’
30. After watching Clip 17 in Module 3 on page 4, what would be a suitable follow-on awareness-raising question?
31. After watching Clip 20, in Module 3 on page 4, what would be a suitable follow-on awareness raising question?
32. Indicate below which response is most appropriate, if setting a SMART goal which is child-centred;
‘What would you like to work on today?’
‘I would like to work on my backhand topspin shot down the line.’
‘What exactly would you like to work on?’
‘I’d like to work on moving my opponent out wide and then hitting it down the line.’
33. Indicate below which response is most appropriate, if setting a SMART goal which is child-centred;
'I would like to practise hitting the ball deep to within two metres of the base line.'
'How many would you say you are currently hitting to this length at the moment?'
'Oh, about 4 out of 10.'
34. After watching Clip 23, in Module 4 on page 2, what would be an appropriate follow-on question to make the goal more specific?
35. After watching Clip 24 in Module 4 on page 2, what would be an appropriate follow-on question to make the goal more specific?
36. After watching Clip 25, in Module 4 on page 2, what would be an appropriate follow-on question to make the goal measurable?

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