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What do Young People Want - Community of Learning

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  • LizBurkinshaw

    There is a growing amount of information now available about young people and what they want from sport and physical activity. We know more about what will engage them and what motivates them to take part. But how does this information translate into coaching practice?

    This relaxed session will provide you with the opportunity to talk to Andrea Livesey from StreetGames about their latest research, as well as exploring the effect of Digital Natives for coaching with Steve Bentall from sports coach UK

     As we are creating a community of learning lets start to share research, insight and exeriences in providing the sport so that it meets the needs of 'What young people want'

  • Sbentall

    Can I encourage anyone coming along to this session to recommend someone to follow from Twitter please. It could be someone who regulalry posts in an innovative and original way or someone that you find really engaging or entertaining. We're hoping compile a Twitter list of some of the most engaging tweeters in the UK. Thanks! 

  • PaulT

    My top tweeters I (@pault1984) love to follow and read the articles they post are

    @dipandswerve

    @stu_arm

    @ uppy01

    @nlevett

    @NeilWinskill

    @GraemeCarrick

    and of course the one and only @lovely_buns

    This list does change on a daily/weekly basis!

     

  • LizBurkinshaw

    Screenshot from StreetGames: Understanding the lives of disadvantaged young people Wave2 April 2015

  • LizBurkinshaw

    If you have an iPad or tablet please bring it to the session. 

    Useful for looking up some of the research referenced and sharing with other delegates

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