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Adapting your coaching for mixed ability

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  • ejonesukcoachingorgU9HCTGKW

    There has never been a better time to look at how we adapt our coaching to cater for mixed ability groups.

     

    The Curious Coaches Club will be joined by Paul Hughes and Louise O Tool this week to explore some key ideas that will help with

    • Understanding what adapting means to us as coaches, for participants and why it is important. 
    • Top tips and some tools to help you to adapt your practices

    Join us and expert guests on Monday. If you would like to start or join a conversation about this subject, please get involved by relying to this post

  • AyeshamaynardoutlookcomJ9Y4ZTEB
    Hula Hoops instead of Netball goal posts. Netball do have post that you are able to change the height but we find a hula hoop is great is bigger it came make a larger hoop to score and can be placed on the ground or be held.
  • nlevettukcoachingorgVN2WN26D

    A 5min video! Just posing a few rambles following the Curious Coaches Club today about the STEP model and how we need to consider the implications of this further than just making the change to the practice.

    What does this mean to the individual or groups? 

    What are the knock-on effects to other areas? 

    How do we know what change we are going to make?

    How can we observe to see if we are making a difference?

    Thoughts welcomed...

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