Senior Sport & Rec Masterclass

When:  Nov 24, 2021 from 08:00 to 15:00 (ET)

Wednesday 24 November - Online

The ACHPER QLD Masterclass series has been designed to offer Sport & Recreation teachers a deep dive into the content areas covered in this applied senior subject. 

The Topic Focus Areas for 2021 will be: 
1. Coaching
2. Tournament Organisation (using the Champion Basketball School of Queensland 2021 Tournament as a guide)
3. Expedition Planning.

Dr Steven Rynne from The University of Queensland will be our master presenter for the Coaching Focus. Iain McLennan, Basketball Queensland Competition Manager will be the master presenter for the Tournament Organisation Focus.

Dr Steven Rynne gained his PhD in the field of sports coach learning from the University of Queensland. Steven has worked with UQ HMS and the Australian Sports Commission as a research officer investigating coach learning in the National Coaching Scholarship Program. Steven also works with Cricket Australia contributing to coach education and development projects. Steven teaches undergraduate and graduate students in sports coaching. He is a registered Health and Physical Education Teacher and also coaches junior and masters track cyclists.
Steven has a range of research interests related to coach learning and Indigenous populations in physical activity settings.
In particular, he is interested in:
- The work of high performance coaches
- Coaching knowledge and learning to coach
- Australian Institutes and Academies of Sport as workplaces
- Learning in other physical workplaces
- Social capital and Indigenous sporting program

Bio excerpt courtesy of The University of Queensland

Iain McLennan, Basketball Queensland Competition Manager, will be the master presenter for the Tournament Organisation Focus. Iain organises the Champion Basketball School of Queensland tournaments each year featuring Open, Sophomore and Junior Secondary and Primary age groups.  The open event alone attracts a great deal of interest from all schools across the state each year with over 120 boys and girls teams competing across several open-age divisions. The winning team from each Boys & Girls Open Championship Division gains automatic entry into Basketball Australia’s Australian Schools Championships held each year in December.
Iain session will cover the following topics:
Preparation for tournaments 
Liaising with customers/stakeholders
At-tournament responsibilities 
Post-tournament review and discussion

Bio excerpt courtesy of Basketball Queensland

Cost $220.00

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