Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Do you really want to delete this prezi?
Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
Make your likes visible on Facebook?
Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.
Constraints-led Approach to Talent Devlopment
Transcript of Constraints-led Approach to Talent Devlopment
Figure out weaknesses and strengths of players
Manipulate constraints to facilitate the 'removal' of factors acting as rate limiters
Shape a players self-organizing movement patterns, thoughts, and decision-making processes
Group, P. E. (2013). A Look at Non-Linear
Pedagogy. Singapore: National Institute of Education.
Renshaw, I., & Chappell, G. (2010). A contraints-led
approach to development in cricket. Athlete-Centered Coaching: Developing Decision Makers. Worcester: IPC Print Resources.
Performer, Team, Event
- Open: sensitive to change in their surroundings
- Dynamic: complex; made up of many interacting parts
- Adopts many different states of organization
Backyard Games (example: Cricket)
- Provides foundation upon which expertise can develop
- Imagination is important (MIND-GYM)
-Playing in backyards (for fun)
Without extra pressure children can learn and develop life long love for the game (intrinsic motivation)
- Provides holistic development of physical, technical, tactical & mental skills
Teaching Games for Understanding
A Constraints-led Approach to Talent Development in Cricket (CHAPTER 8)
Pedagogy: act of teaching
- encourages player to explore and discover the best movement solutions for himself or herself;
- it caters for learning differences of the individual
AKA: Game sense or Practice Play
Inconclusive if game-based is superior to traditional technical-based approach
Coaches are increasingly adopting it...
MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS & GREATER ENJOYMENT!!!
Players have performance solving potential:
This goes against the coaches who believe there is one optimal movement solution
Deliberately manipulate surroundings:
Easier for athletes to adapt in actual game situations
Coaches need to understand key factors that are being "rate limiters"
RATE LIMITERS: traditionally were used to discuss motor development setbacks
Holding players back from achieving higher levels of performance
MENTAL ABILITIES DEVELOP (pressure is lowered) - imagination & fun practicing over & over again
Coaching is an athlete-centered process
Coaches have hands-off role
Act as a facilitator
players improve their performance
Players can explore task constraints & find solutions that work for them
I.E. Bowler Machines
MENTALLY IMMERSE PLAYERS IN THE TASK
Interacting constraints in a game:
Managing Mental Skills
Coping with fatigue
Adapting to change
NOT the player
Human movement system can't repeat movements exactly!
Need to be able to adapt
- Develop "range" of unique movement solutions
Constraint: Fielders throwing underarm
Problem: Single runs = too easy
Change environment: Added single stump
IF SOMETHING DOESN'T WORK, REVISE IT!
Athlete has responsibility
Athlete has boost confidence
Games Approach (TGfU):
Decision-making skills are limited to competition when practices focus on technical skills