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How Does Multitasking Change the Way Kids Learn? | MindShift

How Does Multitasking Change the Way Kids Learn? | MindShift | Sports coaching | Scoop.it

"Using tech tools that students are familiar with and already enjoy using is attractive to educators, but getting students focused on the project at hand might be more difficult because of it."


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Every parent, student and teacher would be advised to take note of the key findings reported in this article.

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Susan Van Weert's curator insight, May 4, 2013 11:16 AM

We parents and teachers are not impressed by the "trust me" approach to youth who want to do homework with devices on, beside, and in front of them.

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Every parent, student and teacher would be advised to take note of the key findings reported in this article.

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The Must-Have Habitudes of Effective 21st Century Leaders

The Must-Have Habitudes of Effective 21st Century Leaders | Sports coaching | Scoop.it

The conversation around must-have, 21st century leadership skills has been in full swing for years. From business to education; classroom to community...

 

Although it’s almost certain we will never all agree to a singular list of skills, strategies, and competencies leaders must embody for success now and in the future, we do know what effectively operating and leading in a fluid, dynamic and every changing 21st Century world requires:

 

 

The ability to see the challenge and the solution, from every angleThe ability know what questions to ask and when to ask themThe ability to communicate one’s vision passionately and persuasivelyThe ability to connect with others and create an enduring relationshipThe ability to understand your strengths and the discipline to improve your weaknessesThe ability to dream, set audacious goals, and believe they can be accomplishedThe ability to stand out, stand up, and stand beside and knowing when each is requiredThe ability to lead, serve and honor others.

 


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How Does Multitasking Change the Way Kids Learn? | MindShift

How Does Multitasking Change the Way Kids Learn? | MindShift | Sports coaching | Scoop.it

"Using tech tools that students are familiar with and already enjoy using is attractive to educators, but getting students focused on the project at hand might be more difficult because of it."


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Every parent, student and teacher would be advised to take note of the key findings reported in this article.

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Susan Van Weert's curator insight, May 4, 2013 11:16 AM

We parents and teachers are not impressed by the "trust me" approach to youth who want to do homework with devices on, beside, and in front of them.

Bob Jarman's curator insight, May 4, 2013 6:26 PM

Every parent, student and teacher would be advised to take note of the key findings reported in this article.

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Football? There’s a stat for that

Football? There’s a stat for that | Sports coaching | Scoop.it
Half-time team talks used to be based around eating oranges. Now they can analyse real-time data and react to presentations.
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Data mining and using the data intelligently is the key skill of the coach!

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Watch A Drone Visit College Football To Give Coaches Better Perspective - TechCrunch

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Watch A Drone Visit College Football To Give Coaches Better Perspective
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It's everyone just always trying to make the program better each and every day. That's the culture that we're building here.
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Another use of this technlogy is for teaching coaches what tactical behaviours the best teams employ!

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Why Competition Can Be Healthy For Kids

Why Competition Can Be Healthy For Kids | Sports coaching | Scoop.it

"Competition. The word conjures images of people pushing and shoving, trash talking, the exulted winner standing above a field of downtrodden losers. Not exactly what most parents consider healthy or constructive for their kids’ development. Po Bronson presented a very different picture of competition when he spoke with Michael Krasny on KQED’s Forum about Top Dog: The Science of Winning and Losing, his latest book written with co-author Ashley Merryman. The book examines competition from all angles – physiological, psychological, historical. Their main point: competition, if done right, is a good thing. In fact, competition and team activities can drive learning and performance better than solo endeavors."


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EDTECH@UTRGV's curator insight, April 1, 2013 6:03 PM

Despite being one of the poorest cities in the nation, Brownsville, Texas has established itself as one of the top cities for chess in the country. Read about it here: http://goo.gl/hMOJd

Soccer605™'s curator insight, January 6, 2014 3:27 PM

If done right...

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Sports Expertise: Introduction to non-Linear pedagogy Pt 2 - Coaching

For example evidence shows that the manipulation of constraints can lead to the production of successful motor patterns and decision making behaviour (Chow et al 2006). In 'constraints led coaching' the coach creates ...
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Top 5 Free Coaching apps « Sports coaching and improvement ...

Top 5 Free Coaching apps « Sports coaching and improvement ... | Sports coaching | Scoop.it
The rising popularity of smartphones, tablets and apps has given coaches unprecedented access to the latest and greatest coaching tools. While there are thousands of apps coaches can use, we've decided to focus on some ...
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A Brief History of Football | Visual.ly

A Brief History of Football | Visual.ly | Sports coaching | Scoop.it
Football first appears in recorded history around 2000 BC, although it wasn't until 1581 that the team game and formal rules were started. A differen.
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With Pressure On, Brazil’s Coach Seeks Psychological Edge

With Pressure On, Brazil’s Coach Seeks Psychological Edge | Sports coaching | Scoop.it

“With much at stake with Brazil hosting the World Cup next year, its coach has enlisted the help of a surprising weapon: a psychotherapist.”


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Belkacem Nabout's curator insight, December 4, 2013 4:11 PM

TOUT EST GRATUIT mon ami sinon je je n'y serais pas lol !
http://www.globallshare.com/fr/1200655.html

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TGfU: Back to the Basics | CoachDavePiggott

TGfU: Back to the Basics | CoachDavePiggott | Sports coaching | Scoop.it
Introduction On Feb 11 2013, Dr Len Almond came to the university to talk to our students about TGfU, the original ideas that informed the approach, an...

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Tim Hopper's curator insight, April 5, 2013 11:53 AM

Nice insights from one of the founders of TGfU a with video footage examples.  Great to use in a PHETE class.

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Data is new top scorer in football

Data is new top scorer in football | Sports coaching | Scoop.it
Richard Taylor visits St George's Park, England's new training centre, to see what all the fuss is, about data.
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Why Do We Play Games?

Watch "Could you boomerang a football?": http://bit.ly/14eVBgj Special cameo from my buddy at http://www.youtube.com/user/STRskillSchool MUSIC BY: http://www...

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Tim Hopper's curator insight, April 2, 2013 4:21 PM

Why play games and TGfU - Thanks to Cole for referral.

Soccer605™'s curator insight, January 6, 2014 3:24 PM

Good questions!

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Coaching 2020: Motor Learning in Practice: A Constraints-Led ...

Coaching 2020: Motor Learning in Practice: A Constraints-Led ... | Sports coaching | Scoop.it
Motor Learning in Practice: A Constraints-Led Approach Ian Renshaw (Auteur, Sous la direction de), Keith Davids (Auteur, Sous la direction de), Geert J. P. Savelsbergh (Auteur), Geert J.P. Savelsbergh (Sous la direction de) ...
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Tolerance, Intolerance and Soccer - NYTimes.com

Tolerance, Intolerance and Soccer - NYTimes.com | Sports coaching | Scoop.it
In Germany, Schalke honored club members and supporters who perished during the Holocaust; while in Israel Beit Jerusalem unveiled its two new players, the first Muslim players in club history.
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Athletes 'smarter' than students

Athletes 'smarter' than students | Sports coaching | Scoop.it
An experiment that pitted top athletes against university students came up with some surprising results.

 

Professional athletes learn quicker than university students to unravel complex visual data, says a study that challenges the age-old brains-vs-brawn cliche.


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Kolby Monczko's curator insight, April 30, 2013 12:49 AM

This is an interesting article about elite althete's superior ability to quickly learn new concepts and skills. Professional sportsmen, amateur athletes and non-sporty university students were put through a 3-D visual test. The results were surprising because it was the first test to confirm athlete's superior ablilities through cognitive testing. After reading this you may want to think twice about who the 'smart' kids are!