Practice Perfect-The Culture of Practice

In this podcast series I interview author Doug Lemov, author of ‘Practice Perfect’ and ‘Teach Like A Champion’.

Here in part three of this podcast series we discuss the following:
  • What do you mean by 'Normalizing Error'? What does this look like for a soccer or basketball coach?
  • How can coaches create a culture of accountability that is not reliant on the coach?
  • Why is it so important for coaches to praise actions not traits? What are some examples of how coaches can create systems of recognition?
  • How can a coach best walk the line between support and demand?
  • What should coaches know about measuring for success within their program?
  • What can coaches learn and how can they improve from your new initiave 'Teach Like A Champion 2.0'?
  • Plus more!
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