An Examination of the Relationship Between Coaching and Teaching

@article{Drewe2000AnEO,
  title={An Examination of the Relationship Between Coaching and Teaching},
  author={Sheryle Bergmann Drewe},
  journal={Quest},
  year={2000},
  volume={52},
  pages={79 - 88}
}
This paper examines the relationship between coaching and teaching. By examining the content of physical education and sports programs and the methods through which this content is engaged, the conception of coaching is expanded to include attributes that are typically viewed as having to do with the “educational enterprise.” Physical education must take seriously the teaching of sport as the competitive activity it is meant to be if physical education is to fulfill its role as an educative… 

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