Doug Lemov, author of Teach Like a Champion and world-renowned educational speaker, shows us how we can use simple and effective techniques on the practice ground. He has worked with sports organisations as well as his crucial work in the classroom context to create better learning outcomes.
He’s studied thousands of hours footage and observed teachers and coaches in wide range of situations. His work is a reflection of the best practice at work.
In this podcast, we discuss:
Why the classroom and sports field share so much common ground
Why most weekly planning goes wrong
How to mix up your training programme to create deeper learning
How to correct mistakes effectively and quickly
Using “Cold calling” for engagement and your own checkpoints
Using “Turn and talk” to improve communication skills
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