The ability to extend learning beyond the classroom creates a tremendous competitive advantage for teaching.
Whether you are a teacher in the classroom or a Coach in the film room (or on the practice court) live instruction time with your students is limited. Therefore, the ability to extend learning beyond the classroom creates a tremendous competitive advantage for teaching.
Here are the five facets of effective instruction:
- Pre-Teach (Flipped Learning via Luceo Coaching Moment)
- Assessment/Discussion via Film Room
- Live on the Floor Practice Reps
- Memory Games (improve engagement/gauge recall of material)
- *Usage Tracking (measures review of material/Informs coaching strategy)
Pre-teaching using recorded lessons provides advanced access to learning ahead of practice as well as increased access to a coach's instruction whenever needed. This method also helps to improve a player's understanding of the material entering into practice and film sessions, which should improve communication and execution.
Coaches can also utilize Memory Games by turning play animations and video examples into quizzes, which reward points for speed and accuracy. These can be used during film sessions to make fun challenges for players, (to earn bragging rights or other rewards) who earn high scores for retaining your instructions.
*Usage Tracking reports (available to Pro level clients) are a great way to verify which team members are viewing what content, how much time they've spent on it and how recently. Coaches get a clearer picture of the time players are putting into learning specific things. This helps inform coaches about issues with execution - lack of effort, (not enough time spent) or comprehension, (lessons aren't clear enough).
BUILDING YOUR LESSON PLAN