Basketball Practice Plan For Coaches Of Teenagers (Jr. NBA All-Star)
The goal of the All-Star level is to begin applying skills & team concepts more directly into game situations.
Brad Frost: Learn, Even After You Think You Know It All
A D1 Hockey Coach explains that it's what you learn after you know it all that makes the biggest difference.
Chris Collins On The Types Of Mistakes He Prefers
Northwesterm University Basketball Coach knows mistakes happen, so he accepts the right kind of mistakes.
Get It Right The First Time? It's A Fluke.
Mistakes are the lifeblood of learning and coaches should aim for a mastery approach to learning new skills.
This form is for coaches and administrators to share with parents, pledging positive fan behavior.
Developing a Mistake Ritual
In order to bounce back from mistakes, players should develop a mistake ritual.
Coaching for Mastery: The ELM Tree Of Mastery Toolkit For Coaches
These six steps help coaches introduce a mastery approach, instead of focusing just on the scoreboard.
Supporting Your Children When They Make Mistakes
How to demonstrate unconditional support of your child while reinforcing a mastery approach to the sport.
Jim Craig: Be Comfortable Being Uncomfortable
Member of the 1980 Miracle on Ice USA Hockey team Jim Craig encourages youth athletes not to be afraid.
Doug Wilson: Coaching For Mastery
Wilson, former NHL player, discusses how parents and coaches can encourage youth athletes to focus on mastery.