LPSS036 Social and Emotional Learning in Sport and Exercise (3 op)
This is both a theoretical and applied module, which is focused on the knowledge and skills required for specialists to work effectively with individual performers, groups and teams. Practices of SEL skills which include basic counselling skills, such as active listening, clear expression of feelings, beliefs and thoughts using I-messages, problem-solving skills, and taking responsibility.
Upon completion of this course, students are expected to
- be able to categorize the key psychological principles and practices associated with social and emotional learning (SEL) at individual and at group level in the sport and exercise context
- be able to use basic SEL skills
- be able to interact in diverse contexts and situations.
Lintunen, T., & Gould, D. 2014. Developing Social and Emotional Skills. In: A. Papaioannou and D. Hackfort (Eds.) Routledge Companion to Sport and Exercise Psychology. Global perspectives and Fundamental Concepts. London: Routledge, pp 621-635.
Durlak, J.A., Domitrovich, C.E., Weissberg, R.P., & Gulotta. T.P. (Eds.). 2015. Handbook of social and emotional learning. Research and practice. New York: The Guildford Press.
Gordon, T. (2019 revised edition or the 2000 edition). Parent effectiveness training, P.E.T. Harmony. ISBN:0609806939 (2000 edition ISBN13: 9780609806937).
Lectures, exercises and assignments (1 op)
Regular attendance, active participation, and successful completion of the assignments (including pre-assignment). Continuous assessment based on self-reflection, and peer and instructor feedback.