Post-game assessments are a great way for coaches to gain insight into your athletes performance needs. These are paper and pencil self-assessments that help you get feedback shortly after the game. You should make the questions open-ended so they can’t just say yes or no to your questions such as “How confident were you (from 1-10) before and during today’s game. Please explain.”
Post-games assessments are short – just 6-8 questions and provided constructive feedback for coaches to help their team prepare and practice for future events. You might ask about their focus, confidence, composure, or other mental game skills you suspect need to improve.
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