The Coaching Efficacy Scale II—High School Teams

@inproceedings{Myers2008TheCE,
  title={The Coaching Efficacy Scale II—High School Teams},
  author={Nicholas D. Myers and D. L. Feltz and Melissa A. Chase and Mark D. Reckase and G. R. Hancock},
  year={2008}
}
The purpose of this validity study was to improve measurement of coaching efficacy, an important variable in models of coaching effectiveness. A revised version of the coaching efficacy scale (CES) was developed for head coaches of high school teams (CES II-HST). Data were collected from head coaches of 14 relevant high school sports (N = 799). Exploratory factor analysis (n = 250) and a conceptual understanding of the construct of interest led to the selection of 18 items. A single-group… CONTINUE READING

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