This free course was written by Alex Twitchen and Ben Oakley. It was first published in July 2019.
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Activity 2: The craftsman’s road to expertise: Ross Stacey, a chef’s story; John Alder, Performance Pathways, English Institute of Sport
Activity 4: Exploring Stodter and Cushion’s filtering processes; based on: Stodter, A., & Cushion, C. J. (2017). What works in coach learning, how, and for whom? A grounded process of soccer coaches’ professional learning. Qualitative research in sport, exercise and health, 9(3), 321-338
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