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  1. CoachStan says:

    In terms of learning a drill, understanding a system or their own role in certain situations; I think that the vast majority of coaches will tell you that anecdotally, children do need to be taught in different ways.

    Some kids understand right off the bat when it is explained to them, some kids need to see it drawn on a board, others need to see teammates or coach demonstrate the technique or concept being taught; and yet others seem to need to figure it out for themselves. By the end of the season, some kids still don’t understand.

    I am not sure that this video applies to learning a skill, tactic or strategy in sport?

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