Evolution of a Systematic Observation System: The ASU Coaching Observation Instrument

April 1984
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Spring1984, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p59
Academic Journal
This article looks at the Arizona State University (ASU) Observation Instrument which is used to observe behaviors of coaches and which could be used for observing teachers in physical education settings. The ASU instrument evolved from a series of studies focusing on various coaching environments. The instrument can be used with event or interval recording and it offers excellent potential for developing on-going research projects that build upon previous studies.


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