Sophie Idromenos talks about the influences we have as teachers. How we inspire and even alter lives
August 11, 2014
What makes a good or effective coach?
By Jean Dorff Understanding the importance of sport combined with the fact that the majority of athletes see their coach as the number one influential element in the their competitive experience begs us to look closer at the role and responsibilities of a coach
March 28, 2014
By Martha Ann Marie Harper Most individuals have a primary learning process of which four examples are given. While working on my Educational degree, a professor missed detailing one of his lecture points on the board. When I asked if he would write it out he commented, “Miss Harper, I forgot that one of your primary learning processes is visual.”
January 21, 2014
The Pierre Dulaine class room method
The Dulaine Method Respect & Compassion: At the very core of the Dulaine Method is the essential respect…
March 19, 2013
The Dumbing Down of Technique
By Barry Gasson As a coach involved in training students for professional examinations, I am becoming more and…
November 16, 2012
Find out from Domen Krapez about his notes on the different levels of learning
November 12, 2012
What is Volume?
As it happens to all teachers and coaches, sometimes I am asked to help a couple achieve what another teacher or coach had asked of them.
April 27, 2012
Teacher / Trainer / Coach – Who Am I
Michael Herdlitzka takes a closer look at this question that moves many of us
April 20, 2012
The Teacher Says…
By Fred Bijster A good friend of mine did primary school and decided that was enough. He was seen as “not one of the brightest” at school. At this moment he is a tycoon in Holland, advising companies and ministers alike, giving lectures everywhere and running some 20 companies of his own.
April 2, 2012
Teaching: Tools – Methods – Discussion
Richard Leblanc from the York University in Toronto, Canada gives us his take on what good teaching is. Followed by a discussion
February 27, 2012