#158 Dr Ed Cope & Prof Chris Cushion - Redefining Direct Instruction in Coaching Part 2

In this episode, I’m delighted to welcome back Dr Ed Cope & Prof Chris Cushion. Ed is a lecturer in Sport Coaching at Loughborough University. Chris is Professor of Coaching and Pedagogy at Loughborough University. Following on from episode 137, Ed and Chris have come back on the show to further discuss the topic of ‘direct instruction’ in coaching. Specifically, we speak about Barak Rosenshine’s principles of instruction, linking them to sports coaching.

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