CONSTRUCTIVISM

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07/03/2018

The goal of education is not to increase the amount of knowledge

but to create possibilities for a child to invent and discover,

to create men who are capable of doing new things.

JEAN PIAGET 

LEARNING

or:

What do we remember and what do we forget?

 

Let us imagine a three-dimensional net full of data and their connections in the brain:

This is all we know about everything.

Let us now imagine a new set of data, for example how to dribble the ball in handball:

 

To remember data and later use it, it is necessary to put it into the network beforehand:

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COMPETENT COACH

COMPETENT COACH

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.“- John Quincy Adams - The coach has the handball knowledge and is ready to transfer it to kids. He introduces, maintains and adjusts dynamic of the group and learning...

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DEFENSE IN MINI HANDBALL

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DEFENSE: BASIC PRINCIPLES

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What are the basic parameters of all defensive formations? Density Depth and Width.  They are interdependent at all times during a match and their relationship is generally as follows: If the zone is deep and wide, it is not dense. If the zone is deep and dense, it is...

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CHANGING THE ROAD

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ABOUT RULES

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Why do we think that indirect methods of teaching are better than direct ones? Why is creating frames of methodology better that outright correction? We can see the reason in the very nature of the game: Handball is defined by rules. And within these rules, Tonka is...

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