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Aleshin I.N., Romanova N.N., Latyushin Ya.V., Dyatlov D.A. Features of the pedagogical interaction with the ice hockey coaches

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.12.p327-330
 
Features of the pedagogical interaction with the ice hockey coaches
Igor Nikolaevich Aleshin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, Natalya Nikolaevna Romanova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Yan Vitalievich Latyushin, the doctor of biological sciences, Dmitry Anatolievich Dyatlov, the doctor of biological sciences, professor, Ural State University of Physical Culture, Chelyabinsk

Abstract
This article is devoted to the issues of psychology-pedagogical interaction with the ice hockey coaches. The publication presents the main difficulties in the working with mentors, which include the unwillingness to start the analyzing of the difficulties of the team by their selves as the coach, and the unwillingness to make the claims to their selves and admit the presence of committed pedagogical mistakes, and the avoidance of taking responsibility for the results of the team, especially for negative results. Noted some features of the effective interaction of the teaching staff with the coaching staff at advanced training and retraining courses.
Keywords: coaches, pedagogical interaction, ice hockey.
 
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Contact information: romanova-natasha@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 28.12.2020
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