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Béla

A friend has shared with me a profile of Béla Guttmann from the Daily Mirror on 27 September (link). The profile is titled Revolutionary...

#SCP12: The Expert Pedagogue

This week we are discussing characteristics of an Expert Pedagogue in the Sport Coaching Pedagogy unit at the University of Canberra. This is the SlideCast...

Communication, Social Media and the Coach

I am meeting with Robin McConnell's undergraduate Advanced Coaching Studies' group on 29 April. My discussion topic is Communication, Social Media and the Coach. This blog...

Insights for Coaches from Learning Design

I have just returned from Bradys Lake in Tasmania. I was there for a canoe slalom race that was part of the selection process for...

Emotional Touchpoints

I sat in today on a talk given by Catriona Kennedy. Catriona is Reader and School Director for Research and Knowledge Transfer in the School of...

Echanson

I am fascinated by the way we characterise an occupation. Recently I wrote in this blog about the work of an affineur. This week...

Creating Environments: Ecology Insights for Coaches

Many years ago (late 1970s) I had an opportunity to coach my first student rugby team. I remember asking one of the coaches I...

Stress

Last month I wrote about pressures on sport coaches. I have been thinking about ways to support coaches as they develop and negotiate the...

Affineur

I am keen to explore diverse contexts to develop my understanding of teaching, learning and coaching. Many of my posts over the last two...

Acts of Delicate Elegance

Over the weekend I watched again a documentary about Sissinghurst, the garden created by Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson in Kent, England. Their grandson, Adam...