Quick Tip: Teaching & Learning Use positive reinforcement and point out successful performances rather than negative ones. Find reasons to praise and encourage rather than condemn. Use constructive criticism when appropriate, but never yell. Have you ever heard of a successful teacher that yells at their students? Coaching Tips: Why the need for early offense? […]
Posted: November 1st, 2008 under Coaching Strategies, Defensive Strategies, Game Strategies, Offensive Strategies, Player Development.
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