Goodbye textbook skills!
Non-linear pedagogy and implicit-differencial learning exemplified by the service in tennis. With many games and drills for your trainings. Coming soon here and in TennisSport 4/2017 the journal for training and competition in tennis.
Written and developed by Frercks Hartwig
Non-lineare Pädagogik und implizit-differenzielles Lernen am Beispiel des Aufschlags im Tennis. Mit vielen Drills für das Training. Demnächst hier und in TennisSport 4/2017, der Fachzeitschrift für Training und Wettkampf im Tennis.
Entwickelt und zusammengefasst von Frercks Hartwig
Hier finden Sie die Präsentation zu meinem Vortrag mit Praxisdemonstration bei der C/B-Trainer*innen-Fortbildung beim Bayrischen Tennisbund in Oberhaching im Oktober 2017. Vielen Dank an die Teilnehmer*innen für Ihre Fragen und Diskussionsbeiträge.
Die meisten der in München vorgestellten Trainingsformen finden Sie über die Suche-Funktion im Blog oben rechts. Einfach „Drill“ eingeben.
This is the presentation at the coaches conference at the BTV in october 2017. It includes informations about „new“ or „alternative“ ways of coaching tennis evidence based.
In the next edition of the coaches journal „TennisSport“ will be published an article about games for Kids starting with tennis. In our „tradition“ of non-linear pedagogy. All games are implicit and constraints led by changing rules, material, environment and tasks.
This might look easy, …
but the constraints led approach in coaching is a lot of preparation and a lot of knowledge about learning principles.
In this videos, experts talk about creating an instability in the learner and the advantages of implicit learning.
Found on: drowningintheshallow – Educational Blog with a focus on PE and Sport
Nonlinear pedagogy in coaching tennis. Another constraints led drill. This time to improve the precision of your service and to confront the returner with differing situations in a game situation. Serving through the „middle“ is an important skill for doubles.
Nonlineare Pädagogik im Tennistraining. Ein weiterer durch Einschränkungen manipulierter Trainingsdrill zur Verbesserung und Erweiterung der Bewegungs-, Technik- und Taktikoptionen. Ziele: Verbesserung der Auschlagspräzision und Konfrontation des Rückschlägers mit veränderten Rahmenbedingungen in Spielsituationen. Der Aufschlag durch die MItte ist eine wichtige Fähigkeit für das Doppelspiel.
There are very good discussions in some facebook groups about non linear (implicit) and linear (explicit) coaching in tennis. While we have a lot of studies about implicit learning in sports like basketball, cricket and volleyball, there is still a lack of targeted research in tennis. At the same time accustomed truths beginn to waver. Methodical traditionalism with clear statement to „technique coaching first“ is no more the only way to coach, yes it is heavily critisized. Action approach and game based learning are essential elements in the Play and Stay concept of the ITF and of national tennis associations all over the world with changing constraints like balls, fields, rackets, rules and more. But there is coming up a confrontation between the representatives of a „both is possible“ and those who plead for the purity of implicit learning.
In any case there are some clues that indicate the need to overthink traditional explicit coaching that has a primarly focus on the players technique. Facebook groups in good discussions weiterlesen
Constraints led coaching: modify court-size.
(This drill is created by Chris Koehler, TMS Coach)
A and B play rallies. The size of court is modified (picture). This makes a difference and forces both players to a modified view on the game and on tactic.
You can play matches in the violet court or in the yellow court (advanced players). Picture 1 is for warm-up in the service-fields.
Players are forced to to overthink their strategies. Peace of cake 2 weiterlesen
Shaun Sharp born in Heidelberg, Australia ;-), working as tennis coach at the Meehan Tennis Academy in Melbourne, Australia, describes an implicit drill do improve and develop the service:
„I’ve been doing a serving drill where players serve from various positions in court, to varying targets….normally not to service boxes, and allow the students to work out how to serve ball to each target….
Via exploration and some visual or verbal instruction the students are able to discover how to best achieve the goal that is set.
It enables the kids to practice the flat serve, slice serve and kick serve without any explicit instructions….and kids are able to solve the motor problems themselves.“
In 2007 Machar Reid, Miguel Crespo and Brandon Lay wrote an article on the acquisition of tennis skills in the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, in which they reviewed the state of research and current practice. They come to the conclusion, that implicit learning brings better results but a differential view on the implicit approach is necessary. This is in one point due to the fact that there can be no pure implicit learning. To rely exclusively on liberate play leads in the long term to unfavorable skills and limited tactical creativity. The frames of implicit skill acquisation weiterlesen