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Karen E. Collins, Catherine E. Overson, and Victor A. Benassi

. Given that the demographic of students in coaching education programs inform us that they have spent considerable time involved in sport, it stands to reason that this population is tuned in to the benefits of working with a team. TBL in Coaching Education Coach developers and leaders in the field

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Doug Cooper and Justine Allen

possible. Author Biographies Doug Cooper is Chief Instructor at SportScotland’s National Outdoor Training Centre, Glenmore Lodge. He has been a practicing coach and coach developer in a range of adventure sports for over 25 years, and in his current role supports the development of the coaches and coach

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Kyle Paquette and Pierre Trudel

-Bass . Horgan , P. , & Daly , P. ( 2015 ). The role of the coach developer in supporting and guiding coach learning: A commentary . International Sport Coaching Journal, 2 ( 3 ), 354 – 356 . doi:10.1123/iscj.2015-0077 10.1123/iscj.2015-0077 Hsieh , H.F. , & Shannon , S.E. ( 2005 ). Three

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Thomas M. Leeder, Kate Russell, and Lee C. Beaumont

ability to extend our currently limited understanding of how coach developers, such as mentors, learn and develop, shedding light on both agentic and structural factors which have a substantial influence on individual learning pathways. This research attempts to highlight the learning processes of a

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Inge Milius, Wade D. Gilbert, Danielle Alexander, and Gordon A. Bloom

. However, it is also clear that positive tactical communication, such as the value of any coaching strategy, will depend on the coach’s ability to adapt the strategy to fit the context in which they are coaching and meet individual athlete needs. Coach developers should encourage discussion of positive

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Leslee A. Fisher

believes in their mission of strengthening “. . . the quality of coach development systems through guided program development, training, and support for coach developers, and the accreditation of coach education and training provision all of which are based on cutting edge [emphasis added] sport coaching

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Colin J. Lewis, Simon J. Roberts, Hazel Andrews, and Rebecca Sawiuk

, W. ( 2018 ). “It’s a concrete ceiling; It’s not even glass”: Understanding tenets of organizational culture that supports the progression of women as coaches and coach developers . Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 42, 393 – 414 . doi:10.1177/0193723518790086 10.1177/0193723518790086 Owton

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Julian North, David Piggott, Alexandra Rankin-Wright, and Michael Ashford

-being among sports coaches: A systematic review . Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 33, 93 – 112 . doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2017.08.005 10.1016/j.psychsport.2017.08.005 North , J. ( 2009 ). The coaching workforce 2009–2016 . Leeds, UK : Sports Coach UK . North , J. ( 2010 ). Using ‘coach developers

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Christoph Szedlak, Jo Batey, Matthew J. Smith, and Matthew Church

effective S&C coaching, it seems problematic that S&C coach developers give limited emphasis to developing such skills. To gain an initial insight into an athlete-centered coaching approach, researchers have concentrated on examining the psychosocial aspect of S&C coaching (e.g.,  Foulds, Hoffmann, Hinck

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John Stoszkowski and Dave Collins

it is less effective? Surely it depends. Could heutagogy be another potentially evangelical push toward a specific method of developing coaches? It is but one of several methods and coach developers must know the limitations of it as well as what the potential precursors to its’ successful use