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Language of the New Alchemy

Dave Wardman   ‘[…] It is very difficult, almost impossible for [hu]men of different categories and of different modes of perception to understand one another,

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Opening the Potential

Craig Mallett   Over the many years I have been training and teaching I have regularly observed a phenomenon that I would probably call “being

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Shaping the Game

Alex Sporticus   At the heart of a games based approach to teaching is the challenge to the centrality of learning isolated and decontextualised techniques

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Silent Coaching

Alex Sporticus   Imagine this scene: The pupils are silent as they file into the exam hall. Their names are checked, valuables left at the side

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On Teaching

Michael Ryan   I think we often mistake teaching for being told what to do by someone. Is explicit instruction good teaching?  If one can

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A Man Waves

Nick Konow       View this post on Instagram   Maybe the best Monday morning tutorial most of you WON’T DO. #DANCEMINUTE got you

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Coaching Feeling

Jenn Pilotti   I was talking with a physical therapist a few weeks ago. He has worked with everything from professional athletes to seniors recovering

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Affective Movement

Alex Sporticus   The art of teaching, at its very core, is constant decision making and problem-solving in a dynamic environment to assist the individual

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Elderly ‘Exercise’

Michael Ryan Recorded conversation with my teacher, Jozef Frucek. Dated December 10th 2016. There’s no denying what Jozef is saying, but rarely would anyone articulate

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Teaching Workshops

Jenn Pilotti   I have always enjoyed in-person learning. While I am self motivated and have no problem learning on my own, there is something

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The Learning Adult

Jenn Pilotti     I was on a beach in Costa Rica recently, jumping and spinning, when the teacher gathered us up to look at

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