MCE On-Campus Coaching Symposium

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good morning ladies and gentlemen and
thank you for joining us for this

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webinar to discuss the Masters of
coaching education programs on coaching

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symposium here at Ohio University what’s
this on the line this morning we have on

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the program coordinator dr. Harvey dr.
Harvey if you would go ahead and

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introduce yourself to on all of our
prospective students here yeah my name

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is dr. Steven Harvey I’m the program
coordinator for the Masters in coaching

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education at Ohio University I started
with Ohio University last August so

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August 2017 actually attended their
coaching symposium last summer they’re

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kind of invited guests and observed what
went on and this year it’s my

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responsibility to you know take the
seminar forward and look at what we’re

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doing and put the program together so
that’s kind of a little bit about myself

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and how I’ve got involved with the
symposium Thank You dr. Harvey I guess

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we can just go ahead and jump right into
it um what is the symposium and I don’t

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expect to get on it yeah so it’s there’s
the coaching I mean some people call it

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global courses seminar or I think it’s
official title is as you said it’s a

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co-ed 5901 coaching symposium and
obviously yeah predecessor of mine and

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the other faculty that have been
involved in the program before me but

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this program together but I think the
main aim of the seminar was really to

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well a couple of things really so from a
pastoral sense it’s to get students to

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come to campus and my vision for that is
also for them to share their expertise

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with each other and continue to build
relationships with each other that

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they’ve built online so there’s that
kind of pastoral element and then

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obviously you’re related aspect of that
is to further and build relationships

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with course faculty who will be
attending the seminar and then another

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part of the seminars obviously
to try and engage in some well from

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particularly my standpoint discussion
and debate around issues with in

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coaching and coaching education kind of
hot topics and bring in various experts

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in the field to give the students
exposure to some of those you know key

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issues that are ongoing or in new kind
of topic issues and in coaching and

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coaching education and the other thing
is obviously experts come in a variety

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of forms so there some of them are
international or national invest faculty

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or work in other coaching ed programs or
work for national governing bodies of

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sport we also try to engage them with
the high or base coaches here in the you

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know in athletics at Ohio University so
we’ve got flew the coach is coming to

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speak as I said there’s an opportunity
for them to gain further exposure and

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have conversation with each other and
they are the faculty that teaching the

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program outstanding now what you
mentioned different types of you know

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bringing in speakers and hot topics are
these all addressed in a classroom

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setting or you know what sort of
activities considers look forward to

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yeah it’s funny because I went last year
to there is impose even there with one

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thing another that the program and
looking at other programs being put

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together from previous occasions you
know it’s being very much as you said a

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classroom this stress one thing we’re
going to try this year is to try and get

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students to present information to each
other and also you know a big part of

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that is when they’re presenting is
reflecting on what they’re doing and

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having conversations about what they’re
doing and why they’re doing it and

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there’ll be some as I said top topics
that will be covered by speakers and

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some of those will be sort of like the
shins will be challenged to consider

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some of those ideas and some of the
practical work that we engage in and

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there’ll be some sort of practical or
practically based

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muggle presentations done by some of the
Ohio coaches are some of the guests that

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were that we’re bringing in I’m very
good

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now um I know this changes from year to
year because there’s always a little bit

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of fluctuation and fine-tuning but you
know could you just go over you know

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high level I guess agenda for the
symposium what you know what time

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students need to be on campus and how it
runs through what they could be

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experiencing on a day to day basis yeah
so arrival is on the Wednesday June 27th

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and the arrival check-in is between one
till five

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then that evening were having a welcome
dinner which the students will attend

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and that’ll be your me and the co-ed
faculty sort of introducing themselves

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to the students and you know students
will be at tables and you know faculty

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could be sat at those tables as
well and give the students a chance to

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engage with the faculty one of the guest
speakers which is a gentleman that’s

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come in from New Zealand but is
Australian by Heritage Professor Richard

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light will do an introductory Kerry
keynote talk about some of the work he’s

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been doing in kind of athlete centered
and game based coaching methodologies

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which we feel is you know something that
it’s a bit of a thread that goes through

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our program but it’s obviously nice to
give the students exposure to some more

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caring they’re experts in the field
beyond those based here at Ohio and so

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that will be happening on day one and on
day two obviously they’ll be the the

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sort of the meals breakfast lunch and
dinner which are all part of the you

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know the service package that students
pay for and the Welcome dinners in there

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and things like that and then there’s a
compass to a scavenger hunts to give

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students the opportunity to see what the
campus has got to offer and their

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various different facilities that we
have then there’s a keynote by a

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gentleman called Nick Hill is from
England who

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worth would some of the high-level
English rugby coaches and he will be

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talking about building a player
person-centered culture within various

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programs that he’s worked in he’s very
well-connected and social media with

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people like Vogue and better is a very
high level speaker here in the United

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States for example so Nick’s kind of
good friends with him and he sometimes

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attends Verne’s conference the game
conference so he’s he’s very well

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educated in in the sense of you know
practice bringing research information

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to practice them as lunch and then we
have various modeling sessions in the

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afternoon where students will need to
bring their sneakers and get out on the

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field and you know help the presenters
will be doing stuff to do with your

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examples of positive pedagogy in action
involve individual and team sports and

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also we’re going to do some stuff on
skill acquisition related to player

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development in the evening of this full
day on Thursday we’re going to have some

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breakout sessions where the students
will get to go and meet with various or

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how your bobcat coaches will be coming
in to you know talk to them some some of

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those are kind of nailed on and some are
still in the works and so but Shaun

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Hogan and Ally who run the ice and field
hockey will be there I’m not sure so

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Philips the basketball it’s going to
make it but we’ve got Rodney descent Air

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customers unto us and in volleyball
coach is going to be talking to the

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athletes and then we’re going to also
give the students the opportunity to

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talk to some of our other shoot to work
here on campus as SGA’s or student

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athletes and you know just get them so
be able to share experiences so your

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students will work around those various
different rooms and then so that’s

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Thursday and what I’ll probably say at
this point is each each day we’re going

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to have various assignments the students
have to do and so you know for example

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the write a reflective piece about the
keynote so the keynote will probably

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last about 30 minutes
but then we’ll put students in breakout

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groups and then they’ll have chance for
a little bit of a discussion and things

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like that we’ll use I think on mental
meter as well to get students to submit

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questions to the presenters about what’s
going on and some of those we’ll deal

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with there and then but others well you
know students can you know go and talk

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to the presenters at lunch and dinner
you know about questions that don’t get

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dealt with so like I say it like on
Thursday for example I think students

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have to do work for like about 20 points
and and so the idea is that you know by

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being on campus and engaging what’s
going on they’re going to kind of

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reflect on the experience and then
submit various assignments that are

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related to the work that’s going on each
of the days so that’s Wednesday and

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Thursday and then on Friday we’ve got um
some play roughly development and

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conditioning stuff going on with Nick
who presented the previous day and then

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a big part of Friday is getting the
students to you know take some of the

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information from Wednesday and Thursday
and then apply it in some what we call

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micro coaching sessions where they’re
going to kind of coach each other again

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we’re just adding out some of the
details there because obviously we’ve

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got and they’ll be very sore high or
faculty that will help for some set

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those micro coaching sessions and
students I have to film each other

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coaching watch that video back give each
other some feedback that kind of thing

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but we’re working through some of the
details on you know what equipment we’re

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going to provide to them and things like
that because I’m not sure we will be

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able to have you know twelve footballs
twelve basketballs twelve softballs you

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know and softball bat baseball bats and
all that kind of thing at every station

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so we’re just working through the
details on how best we’re going to

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organize that but that’s kind of the
theory and after lunch there one of our

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home base faculty dr. Alan Singh will
talk about skill acquisition and

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coaching and then we’ll do some more
micro coaching students will have some

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free time and then Professor Richard
light will talk to them before we have

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ourselves a barbecue dinner
which will be um you know like yourself

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outside patio based on fuel finger food
you know you know like you would have in

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your backyard and a similar there in the
idea of that dinner is just to again get

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students to Lea’s with faculty ask
questions you know pick pick each

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other’s brains you know so it’s in a
more socially you know positive

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situation to the students and then on
Saturday we have a couple of strength

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coaches based here at Ohio doc and Zack
who are going to work with the students

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and do a tour of the facilities ball so
then do a couple of you know modeling

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and practical sessions on some of the
latest things that they’re doing with

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their athletes here at Ohio so that’ll
take up the morning this at Labor

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students will be with those two and you
know professionals early conditioning

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professionals and then we will break out
the in the afternoon where I’m going to

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talk to the students a little bit about
you know issues to do with course

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development yeah I’m calling it being a
connected coach but a you know being a

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bit of a hodgepodge of different things
that you know maybe coaches can do to

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keep themselves learning beyond their
time here at Ohio and there’s a set of

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more micro coaching which we’re going to
finish those off and then we’re going to

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have dinner and go to potentially go to
the Copperheads baseball game and

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they’re I can’t remember but they’re
obviously their self the minor league

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baseball team here in Teheran in Athens
in their play at the facility here on

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campus and then Sunday we’re going to
you know we’re not expecting and we

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won’t honor this where people have to
take off on Saturday night and say that

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you know or I’ve got to go and Sunday is
a very important session where we’re

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going to do some student presentations
as part of again a networking breakfast

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where students will come and they’ll be
sort of food available but they’ll be

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tasked with doing some reflective work
about the seminar

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all we offer some closing remarks and
then they check out of their

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accommodations at lunchtime and head out
so excuse me that so that that’s so as

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you can probably gather from me speaking
it’s going to be pretty busy busy time

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and pretty active on campus thank you
doctor I know from talking to students

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who have gone in previous years they
boys had to spend a lot of funds are

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exhausted by the end of it but they wish
they could have an extra day and it

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sounds like you’ve on taking it up even
to a higher level so I think our

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students that are attending this is
they’re going to have a great time with

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it it sounds like it’s gonna be a lot of
fun very informative and the networking

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opportunities are going to be priceless
for them you know not only is there

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going through the program now but
throughout the rest of their career so

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it’s like you’re really working to help
set them up a strong foundation for

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their future yeah I mean obviously a big
big part of the program is that we want

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students to engage each other but not
just sort of in the you know like the

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fourth or sixth free time on Thursday
but you know at the dinner that they’re

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you know which we have H evening at the
breakfasts but not only that but we want

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students to be reflecting there and then
at the different sessions so while some

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there will be presenters here presenters
will you know try and keep sessions you

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know going and facilitate that dialogue
within the sessions because that’s a big

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part of what we’re trying to be about
here in the quartet program that we know

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people get better at being better by you
know working with others and that’s

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going to be part of the formal agenda
which is you know where we recognize

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that all the students are coming with
various skill sets and we want like the

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micro coaching for them to get be given
the opportunity you know within some

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sort of boundaries in terms of you know
as I said problems with it getting

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equipment everywhere you know eight
different locations for example is going

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to be challenging but the idea is that
if someone’s learnt something out in the

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field that they’re things were sharing
with others here in the program we want

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to give them the opportunity to do that
and

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as we see ourselves as faculty about
trying to create that kind of learning

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environment and that learning
environment goes beyond ourselves you

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know mean and we also say that it’s it’s
sometimes restrictive in the online

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environment too you know they can’t get
others on the field and show them some

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things you see what I mean and you they
can do YouTube videos and sort of share

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it with each other but it’s not this
it’s just not the same so this is a real

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good opportunity for you know the
practitioners that we have in it in our

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program to be sharing ideas with each
other oh this is what I do here and this

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is how I set this up here so I think
that that was a big take on from the

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attending last year about how that would
potentially be a big win for the for the

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students too because I add a few
students to pull me to one side and say

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oh I have this idea about this or I’m
doing this you know like someone was

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using like video feedback tools for
example in their in their diving program

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and you know what they were doing
sounded really really you know

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cutting-edge and I was like well we
might not be able to have all the bells

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and whistles there but we may be able to
give at least this student the

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opportunity to share their what they’re
doing with others and give people you

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know a small experience of it and so we
you know are an abridged experience of

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it but if we give students the floor
then they can share those ideas you see

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what I mean where sometimes if they’re
filling in presentations that’s the

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presentation and they’re not sometimes
afforded the opportunity to get into

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sharing what they’re doing especially
with a you know a larger larger group of

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individuals absolutely well we’re
getting close to the end of our time

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here today but are there any closing
statements on your part that you’d like

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to share it well I mean I guess for me
is them you know we are as you said try

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to take it do a little bit of a
high-level but I’m sure we’ll fall flat

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on our face in you know in one or two
areas so you know we are piloting one or

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two things and we do appreciate you know
the student feedback about the process

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so
of the everyone come like you say be you

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know engage in what we’re doing and you
know be kind of up for the challenge if

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you know I mean I guess I last kind of
comment is we do have a little bit of

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pre-work before the seminar where
students are challenged with doing a

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little bit of reading and writing and
getting together as a small group will

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obviously confirm the details of that
all over some announcements using our

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blackboard server and they will have to
submit a little bit of work before they

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come to the seminar to show that they’ve
been engaging in some of that reading

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material and then like I say the only
sort of thing that’s linked to that is

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again students need to be aware that you
know this are the grading policies in

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the late work policy and if they need
special accommodations then obviously

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they need to get those in before the
course you know starts so that they have

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that dialogue with accessibility
services so those are just some sort of

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things to sort of be aware of but I
don’t mean to finish on like a kind of

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negative not but there are some things
that students will need to pay attention

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to but I think the huge positive is that
we’ve got an international group of

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faculty and the Bobcat coaches and then
some of our own faculty all engaged in

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this seminar and then we want to also
talk to the students and see what

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they’ve got to offer and to each other
and I think that building on all those

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facets of the seminar it’s going to be a
really good time for the students

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thank you dr. Harvey to those in our
audience listening just a quick recap

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this is a long weekend event that’s
mandatory with this program it must be

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attended it typically takes place your
second summer that you’re in the program

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typically during the last week of June
ranging from a Wednesday evening running

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till about noon on Sunday
of course the dates you know are subject

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to variation from year to year based on
the calendar but that’s what we’re

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looking at and if you have any other
more detailed questions that weren’t

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answered by this webinar
please feel free to reach out to your

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enrollment advisor we’re here to assist
you the whole way through the process

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but once again dr. Harvey I want to
thank you for your time this morning and

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like to thank everybody for tuning in