Application of Learning Theories in Coaching Olympic Athletes Students Name Institutional Affiliation Application of Learning Theories in Coaching Olympic Athletes In the recent past scholars have attempted to learn about how various learning theories may be used to enhance the coaching practice soaps to ensure that athletes can learn what is expected of them. As result research continues to be conducted to ensure that the coaching to gain adequate skills. As such a coach is mandated with the task of ensuring that he/she comes up with a custom method of guaranteeing each player on the field can learn how every football player is best likely to gain the required skills CITATION McK13 l 1033 (McKay 2013). References BIBLIOGRAPHY McKay J. H. (2013). Football coaching. . New York: : Ronald Press Co. .
Write a chapter on motivation for a book on coaching Olympic athletes in a sport of your choice. Use (and identify) each of the four learning theories (Behaviorism, Constructivism, Sociolinguistics, Cognitive) in your exposition.
Address the following in your chapter:
Identification of intrinsic and extrinsic rewards in developing and practicing Olympic competitor-level athletic and/or sport skills
Demonstration of application of theory-based motivation (expectancy-value, self-worth, social comparison, and so forht) for motivating athletes to push themselves to their highest competitive levels
Due date Sunday, January 21, 2018 @9pm CST