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ASCD Apr 17
In , every conversation, every goal, and every success is different. What should be the same is an unwavering belief in all educators.
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ASCD 20h
A coach's job is twofold: 1. Help teachers find and embrace moments of joy. 2. Help teachers remember the "why" for doing this crazy job in the first place.
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Beth A Miller, CMC 1h
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Yu-sha Said 4m
Keep the ball on the ground, triangulation, change the point of attack ☠🖤
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Sören Harnisch Apr 14
Are there any Lacrosse coaches out there who are interested to grow the game in Germany?
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Kandy Streety Apr 15
“Oral language is the ability that provides children with pathways to thought.” (Hudson, 2019) Community Group 1 Day 1 ✔️
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Audrey Press 3h
How to Coach Girls authors and Alison Foley will be presenting at the MAA - Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Symposium on May 10th - their topic is Gender Equity – Empowering Girls and Women – What Works!
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Jon Jacob 3h
Originally began reading this after a conversation with about increasing engagement amongst customer bases - wanted a tech-world perspective on classical music's current challenges. Now I've finished it I see how it explains many -related challenges too.
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Heather Palmer Apr 16
Every professional development should dance after lunch. Reminds me of instructional strategies: music and movement the brain. Learning more about consciousness and how to mediate thinking through pausing, paraphrasing, and posing when
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Shane Smith Apr 15
Ask most players aged 8-Adult what they DONT enjoy at training 1.Long pointless warm ups 2.Aimless running 3.Standing around 4.Getting lectured 5.Too little ball contact Ask them what they DO enjoy 1. Playing 2. Kicking 3. Scoring 4. Games 5. Ball contact
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Redemption Expressions 1m
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Respect Group Apr 18
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Triumphant_Zoe_Destiny 1m
1 with capewheel do a reality check using the . Rate between 1 to 10 your personal development,…
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Almudena Berzosa 5h
Across the pro landscape, competition is fiercer than ever. Players work to optimise their precision, reflexes, communication skills & game knowledge. is often overlooked. High levels of competition cause immense amounts of .
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Daron K. Roberts Apr 18
Transactional Coaches: "I need my guys to put up big numbers so I will have a better chance to move up the ladder." Transformational Coaches: "The better relationships I have with my players the better men they will become."
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Mark Kovacs Apr 17
Every great coach I have learned from sticks to the basics, has at least 20 years experience coaching and has adapted his/her methods based on new information, better science & the need to keep learning. Also super high level of passion and enjoyment for the process
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JL Arkin 15h
Welcoming leaders may be right yet they will ask themselves before speaking: 1. How may the other person feel about what I am about to say and 2. How may it change their behavior? 3. What value am I adding? ~
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Kandy Streety Apr 17
Community Group 2 Day 1: Deep conversations today about oral language milestones, development, and instructional practices that help children grow in this often neglected foundational area.
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janette goodman 3h
Thoughts lead to decisions. Decisions lead to actions. And our actions have consequences. Slow down and smell the flowers then make your decisions. Time is on your side.
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Goals Hull 2h
Half Term is over but we still have coaching sessions every Tuesday and Wednesday 5-6pm First session is FREE Make sure you book your spot with us by calling on 01482 730100 option 2
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