USCCE and Rowman & Littlefield are excited to announce a call for Authors

for the book series Professional Development in Sport Coaching

 

This book series aims to provide sport organization leaders, directors of coaching, educators, coaches, and athletic directors with the skills, guidelines, and research-based best practices to support quality professional coach development across multiple sport contexts.  Examples of a book(s) in this series might be “Creating quality lesson plans”, “Evaluating athlete readiness", “Supporting physical literacy through youth sport coaching” or “Best practices in effective record-keeping for coaches”.  The possibilities are limited only by your creativity and expertise.

Interested authors are encouraged to submit proposals for 6" x 9" paperback book format of approximately 200 pages (75,000 words)  designed to provide practical information for athletic directors, sport program directors, youth sport organization leaders, and directors of coaching working with volunteer and professional sport coaches.

 

If you are interested in contributing to this series and would like more information about the book proposal process, please contact Karen Collins, Series Editor, at USCCEseries@USCoachExcellence.org.  Book series proposal details can be found here.

We look forward to working with you.

 

Possible topics include:

  • Quality record-keeping practices for coaches

  • Coaching and inclusion

  • Supporting physical literacy through youth sport coaching

  • Developing strength, speed, agility, and endurance to youth athletes

  • Performance analysis

  • Building a quality coaching staff

  • Coaching communication styles

  • Developing athletic leadership

  • Evaluating athlete readiness

  • Coaching to develop athleticism

  • Creating quality lesson plans

  • Curriculum and education models and approaches in coach education and development

  • From knowledge to practice—supporting volunteer coaches

  • Coaching education and the adult learner

  • Preparing athletes for the transition to coaching

  • Supporting coaches and coach development

  • Creating and supporting a safe environment

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