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David Telles-Langdon, PhD., ChPC.

Kinesiology and Applied Health


David Telles-Langdon Office: 2Ax31
Building: Axworthy Health and RecPlex
Phone: 204.786.9248
Email: d.telles-langdon@uwinnipeg.ca

Research Interests:
His research interests encompass a variety of areas related to the impact of coaching and coach education on youth sport experiences.

Courses:
KIN 4104: Sport Ethics
KIN 4207: Motor Learning and Control


Publications:

Telles- Langdon, D. (2018).  "A Female Perspective on Canada’s National Coaching Institute Mentorship Experience." The International Journal of Sport and Society 9 (1): 1-10.

Kirby, S, & Telles-Langdon, D., (2012). Connecting the dots: What the Graham James story has to teach us. Coaches PLAN du coach 19(1), 50-51.

Telles-Langdon, D., (2012). Coaches as professionals: Revisited. Coaches PLAN du coach 19(1), 34-35.

Krahn, A, & Telles-Langdon, D., (2012). Police record checks: Athlete protection or political smokescreen? Coaches PLAN du coach 19(1), 6-7.

Telles-Langdon, D., (2012). When does a coach no longer maintain power over an athlete? Coaches PLAN du coach 18(4), 7.

Telles-Langdon, D., (2011). A license to coach: Coaching’s double “O” squad. Coaches PLAN du coach 18(3), 5.

Telles-Langdon, D., (2011). Distinguishing great coaches from merely successful coaches. Coaches PLAN du coach 18(2), 7.

Telles-Langdon, D., (2011). Distinguishing between legal and ethical: Why peer adjudication is important to a profession. Coaches PLAN du coach 18(1), 6.

Telles-Langdon, D., (2011). The education vs. experience debate. Coaches PLAN du coach 17(4), 6.