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The ISKGA Coaching module ….
- Learning Preferences
- Sensory Preferences
- Discovery Learning
- Buildning Blocks
- Body, Boat, Blade
- Use of Features and the Environment
- Needs and Desires
- Methods of Coaching Strokes
- Long Term and Short Term Coaching
Module: Coaching – Theory and Practice
Training duration: 2 days (One day of theory and practical exercises and one day of observed coaching and feedback)
|TARP Theorist, Activist, Reflector, Pragmatist. Candidates should have a working knowledge of different learning preferences.
|VAK Visual, Audible, Kinaesthetic. Candidates should have an understanding of different ways people receive information and how to coach different strokes to suit a variety of preferences.
|Be able to demonstrate different strokes and be able to break them down into their key components.
|Introduction Demonstration Explanation Activity Summary Be able to use the IDEAS method to coach a skill.
|Explanation Demonstration Imitation Correction Train. Be able to use the EDICT method to coach a skill.
|Be able to use guided discovery as a way to encourage long term learning.
|Be able to break down complex strokes into blocks and be able to construct the whole stroke from the individual blocks.
|Understand how strokes can be broken down into BBB and how they interact together to create different outcomes.
|Understand how to construct practice exercises including the benefit of varied and block practice to improve performance.
|Be able to use a variety of features to develop skills including static objects, surf, wind and tide.
|Understand the differences between what a client needs rather than what they desire to learn and how to balance these two factors to create a positive outcome for the student.
|Have a variety of tools to coach the different strokes and an understanding of common errors and how to identify them.
|Understand how to use different methods of coaching to either create long term or short term learning and when to use these different styles.