Re: the art of coaching: feedback, modelling and skill failure.
I am simply amazed at how sharp you are. Every concept you discussed was absolutely perfectly portrayed, and very articulate.
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Think of your own experience. In school (or college), in which environment have you learned more: a lecture where somebody is speaking to you and telling you lots of things but you are just sitting there listening, not asking questions, not answering questions just listening. Or a more hands on class where you can ask questions, experiment with equipment, try and solve problems yourself. The more active environment invariable creates a better learning environment.
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I never considered that this would increase active learning, great point! The president and I submitted an article that may get published on the importance of active learning. It is absolutely invaluable. Excellent point.
I am going to absorb all that you discussed on feedback. This made me think of many more ideas. Prez has actually been researching feedback intensively for years now—especially the last 3 months. He will definitely write an article for JHR in the future. I look forward to hearing his comments on this. I am going to study the rest tonight. Thanks so much, bro!
Gabriel "Venom" Wilson, Ph.D. Nutritional Sciences
B.S. (Hons) & M.S. in Kinesiology, CSCS
Vice President, ABCbodybuilding
Co-Editor. of JHR
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