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#coachlearninginsport: any limits?

Yesterday was one of those wonderful days of discovery. Overnight, the oak tree in our garden had gone from empty branches to the green shoots...

#coachlearninginsport: everyone hurts sometimes

I have had a day in my garden in Braidwood. It is a thinking space as well as a place of horticultural adventure. Today I have...

#coachlearninginsport: hearing music

Introduction I came across a paper by Evangelos Paraskevopoulos and his colleagues in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States...

#coachlearninginsport: technology, data and pedagogy

Introduction Two blog posts last week set me off thinking about technology, data and coach learning. Both posts came to me through my Medium alerts. Mark and...

#coachlearninginsport: critical incidents and Swiss cheese

Introduction The first four lines Rudyard Kipling's poem 'If' have been a recurring background to my thinking about coach learning. If you can keep your head...

Hearing Heinrich and thinking about #coachlearninginsport

Introducing Heinrich I listened to ABC Classic FM on my drive from Braidwood to Canberra this morning. By the time I reached the Hume Highway,...

#coachlearninginsport: coming to know

Introduction A paper by John Stoszkowski and Dave Collins (2015) (Sources, topics and use of knowledge by coaches) has sent me off thinking about coming...

#coachlearninginsport: open to learn

Introduction Many years ago, I attended a meeting of the British Association of National Coaches (BANC) at Bisham Abbey. Don Rutherford chaired the meeting. Don was...

#coachlearninginsport: hearing voices

This is a great time of the year to be discussing coaching in Australia. There are two Ashes cricket tours of England, three football codes...

#coachlearninginsport: new education?

Introduction Earlier this week I heard someone say "if you are resting on your laurels, you are wearing them in the wrong place". I think that...