A constraints-led approach to talent development in cricket
Renshaw, Ian & Chappell, Greg (2010) A constraints-led approach to talent development in cricket. In Kidman, Lynn & Lombardo, Bennett J. (Eds.) Athlete-centred Coaching : Developing Decision Makers. IPC Print Resources, United Kingdom, pp. 151-172.
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The aim of this chapter is to increase understanding of how a sound theoretical model of the learner and learning processes informs the organisation of learning environments and effective and efficient use of practice time. Drawing on an in-depth interview with Greg Chappell, the head coach at the Centre of Excellence—the Brisbane-based centre for training and development in cricket of the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and Cricket Australia—it describes and explains many of the key features of non-linear pedagogy. Specifically, after backgrounding the constraints-led approach, it deals with environmental constraints; the focus of the individual and the implications of self-organisation for coaching strategies; implications for the coach–athlete relationship; manipulating constraints; representative practice; developing decision-makers and learning design including discovery and implicit learning. It then moves on to a discussion of more global issues such as the reactions of coaches and players when a constraints-led approach is introduced, before finally considering the widely held belief among coaches that approaches such as Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) ‘take longer’ than traditional coaching methods.
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|Item Type:||Book Chapter|
|Additional Information:||Athlete-centred Coaching - Developing Decision Makers An athlete-centred, humanistic approach to coaching is a powerful tool to enable athletes to learn and encourage them to own and take responsibility for the development of a quality team culture. The result is enhanced athlete performance and a thriving, supportive team environment. Athlete-centred Coaching: Developing decision makers (second edition) promotes a philosophy of creating sportspeople who are great human beings. Six coaches and three athletes-involved in sports from international to school-aged level-share their knowledge, stories and philosophies, offering practical insights into how athlete-centred coaching can be put into practice. These successful, athlete-centred, humanistic coaches inspire their athletes and encourage them to make informed decisions. These coaches' stories of success offer a pathway by which coaches in pursuit of athlete excellence can adopt an athlete-centred, humanistic approach in their own practice. Edited by Lynn Kidman and Bennett J. Lombardo Coaches Featured: Mike Ruddock Lyn Gunson Matt Powell Guy Evans Greg Chappell Mark Norton Don Tricker With Guest Authors: Gareth Jones Paul Cooper Ian Renshaw Christian Edwards Rick Humm Table of contents Chapter 1 - Being Athlete-centred: the Humanistic Coach Chapter 2 - A Critical Analysis of an Athlete-centred Approach Chapter 3 - Mike Ruddock, Worcester Warriors Director of Rugby Chapter 4 - Lyn Gunson, International Netball Coach Chapter 5 - Matt Powell, Rugby Player, Turned Coach Chapter 6 - Team Culture - Guest Author: Gareth Jones Chapter 7 - Play and Children - Guest Author: Paul Cooper Chapter 8 - A Constraints-let Approach to Talent Development in Cricket - Guest Author: Ian Renshaw with Greg Chappell Chapter 9 - Guy Evans: the Challenges of Change - Guest Author Christian Edwards with Guy Evans Chapter 10 - Mark Norton, Riccarton High School Volleyball Team Chapter 11 - Don Tricker, Former New Zealand Black Sox (Softball) Coach Chapter 12 - How's Your Coaching? - Guest Author: Rick Humm Chapter 13 - Asking Meaningful Questions Chapter 14 - The Future (Quo Vadis): Where Do We Go from Here?|
|Keywords:||Constraints-Led Approach, Coaching, Skill Aquisition, Non-Linear Pedagogy, Decision-Making|
|Subjects:||Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES (110000) > HUMAN MOVEMENT AND SPORTS SCIENCE (110600) > Motor Control (110603)|
|Divisions:||Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Health|
Current > Institutes > Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation
Current > Schools > School of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
|Copyright Owner:||Copyright 2010 IPC Print Resources|
|Deposited On:||27 Jul 2011 11:31|
|Last Modified:||03 Mar 2012 20:11|
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