Instructor Course
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Instructor Course

U.S. Soccer . Federation Referee Program. Grade 7 Instructor Course. PEACE and . Instructional Phases. Overview. Instructor grades as of July 1, 2013. Grade 7 Instructor. Grade 5 State Instructor. Grade 3 National Instructor.

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Instructor Course

U.S. Soccer

Federation Referee Program

Grade 7 Instructor Course

PEACE and

Instructional Phases

Slide2

Overview

Instructor grades as of July 1, 2013

Grade 7 Instructor

Grade 5 State Instructor

Grade 3 National Instructor

Slide3

Overview

Purpose

Expectations

Logistics

Presentations

Evaluations

PEACE

Instructional phases

Slide4

Purpose

Provide tools and knowledge to new instructors to help them succeed

Teach new instructors how to utilize U.S. Soccer’s targeted training materials in an effective manner when teaching referees

Grade 9 Referees

Grade 8 Referees

Grade 7 Referees

Slide5

Expectations

Focused

Provide feedback

Accept constructive criticism

Commit to

improving

Slide6

Expectations

Respectful and friendly

Create and maintain positive learning environment

O

pen minded

Participate

Slide7

Logistics

Agenda

Vary by State Referee Association

Presentations

PEACE

Instructional phases

Evaluation

Scoring

Slide8

Presentations

Minimum of 2 presentations

Approximately 10-20 minutes each

Assigned a topic and audience

Feedback

Other candidates

Course instructor

Formal evaluation

Slide9

Evaluations

Scoring

5 – Excellent

4

3 – Acceptable

2

1 – Unsatisfactory

Slide10

Evaluations

3.0 or higher

Register as a Grade 7 Instructor

2.0-2.9

Register following more practice or training

1.9 or below

Not ready or able to perform as an instructor

Slide11

PEACE

Platform skills

Engagement

Audience

Content

Environment

Slide12

Platform Skills

P

rofessional

Friendly

R

elatable

Knowledgeable

Be ready to perform

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Platform Skills

Presence

Mobility

Body language

Use of voice

Humor

Slide14

Platform Skills

Comfortable and confident

Understand and embrace instructor role and responsibilities

Practice

Get feedback

Slide15

Engagement

Basics

Connect

with the

audience

Students connect with one another

Objective

Students connect with the topic

Mixture of lecture and involvement

Audience

Slide16

Engagement

How people learn

Hear

Platform skills

See

Environment

Do

Active participation

Slide17

Engagement

Active participation

Planning

Instructor tool box

Trial and error

Pros and cons

Slide18

Engagement

Active participation

Questions

Common approach

Check for understanding

Nonverbal answers

Slide19

Engagement

Active participation

Questions

Purpose

Relevant

Student questions

Slide20

Engagement

Active participation

Activities

Partnering up

Group setting

Role playing

Slide21

Engagement

Get students involved early and often

Mixture of seeing, hearing and doing

Plan and adjust

Risks and rewards

Different generation of learners

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Audience

Entry level or recertification

Referee grade and experience

Age and learning styles

Be ready to tailor your approach

Slide23

Audience

Ask questions

Considerations

Age ranges

Soccer background

Class format

Time of year

Slide24

Content

Instructor is the expert

Must be correct and current

Laws of the Game

U.S. Soccer training materials

Coursework

Videos

Publications

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Content

Laws of the Game

Referee coursework

Targeted training materials

Resource

Center at ussoccer.com

Only place where accurate and current training content is located

Anything else from anywhere else is not official or approved by U.S. Soccer

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Content

Say it and know it

Laws of the Game

Correct terminology

Slide27

Content

Relevant

Targeted training based on the level of competition being

officiated

Effective

Limited time in class

Engage

Audience

Slide28

Content

Training materials

Familiar

Preparation

Practice

Enhance the notes section

Based on referee and instructor experience

Find a

mentor and be

open to

mentoring

Slide29

Environment

Facility

Location

Room

Size

Configuration

Other variables

Point of contact for assistance

Slide30

Environment

Equipment and technology

Computer

Projector

Screen

Internet

Blackboard or whiteboard

Slide31

Environment

Administrative items

Handouts

Tests

Books

Class roster

Slide32

Environment

Aides and props

Balls

Flags

Whistle

Cards

Activity specific

Slide33

Environment

Preparation

Plan

Test

Practice

Contingency plan

Define roles when multiple instructors are being

utilized

Slide34

Instructional Phases

Basic phases for lessons

Beginning

Middle

End

Slide35

Instructional Phases

Beginning

Objectives

Middle

Information dissemination

End

Check for understanding

Slide36

Course Applications

Grade 7 Instructor Course

Time constraints

PEACE

P

hases

Peer learners

Don’t overact

Cooperate

Participate