“The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.” Plutarch
Aimed at sports coaches and teachers, this unique course bridges the gap between science and the practice of learning.
It introduces many of the most powerful ideas gathered from recent research into learning, and shows how these can directly impact upon the quality of learning experiences.
By the end of the course, participants will have a much better understanding of how to support their own learning, and the learning of their students.
The Art and Science of Learning
Richard Bailey and Arton Baleci
London, 14 June 2014
11:00-19:00, 30 Wellington Street, Covent Garden,
London, WC2E 7BD
In this one day event, we will go through:
Identify and test your assumptions about learning and teaching, and the impact they are making.
Learn about some of the most fascinating recent discoveries in research into learning and how these discoveries can be applied to support your own learning and the learning of your students
Understand how to move learning and teaching from competent to good to great
Directly experience the excitement and challenges of learning a new skill
We can change your mind about learning in a day but we want to do more than that.
We want you to change the way you learn so that your own learning process is more effective and so that your teaching will also be more effective.
Our one day will just be the start of the process.
At the end of our day together, we will set you off on an exciting learning challenge.
We want you to transform your learning and teaching abilities.
Who we are:
Richard Bailey, PhD, is an international authority on sport, learning, and expertise.
The author of 20 books and more than 100 research articles, he continues to work with sports organisations around the world.
Arton Baleci works with professional athletes helping them become faster, stronger and more mobile without running, lifting or stretching.
He has a background in physics and trains people in matters of sport, psychology and communication internationally having took part in an audacious learning experiment in sport with a team of multidisciplinary experts a few years back (www.youtube.com/user/thebeautifulaim).
This event has now taken place. To register your interest for the next time we do this or to request we deliver this for your organisation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Watch Richard and Arton speak about teaching, learning and coaching (persevering with the less than ideal sound quality will be worth your while).