Adventures in coach learning: considering new approaches

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Dray, K., Foad, A., Secker, M. and Weed, M. 2018. Adventures in coach learning: considering new approaches. Applied Coaching Research Journal. 1, pp. 8-13.
AuthorsDray, K., Foad, A., Secker, M. and Weed, M.
Abstract

Understanding the most effective ways through which we can promote and deliver coach education and learning opportunities is vital to develop the sustainable workforce needed to both nurture talent at the highest levels and play a role in keeping people physically active. This article describes a research study that explored three different learning approaches (collaborative learning, problem-based learning and project-based learning) used in other sectors. The article discusses the available evidence for each of the learning theories and draws from case examples found during the research to explore how these learning approaches might be used in coach education.

Year2018
JournalApplied Coaching Research Journal
Journal citation1, pp. 8-13
PublisherUK Coaching
Related URLhttps://view.joomag.com/applied-coaching-research-journal-volume-1/0484242001518187895
FunderUK Coaching
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Print01 Mar 2018
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Deposited13 Feb 2018
Accepted22 Jan 2018
Accepted author manuscript
Output statusPublished
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