XPS SIDELINE AND THE SANDWICH METHOD 1/3
Technology itself is neutral, it’s the way we use it which determines whether it is good, useless, or bad.
XPS is a tool which helps me a lot in working with seniors and kids, and in this post, I will explain how with a little help from the sandwich feedback method, we can teach Roko how to play defence.
This is what I know at the beginning:
- It’s a good thing that Roko sees how he plays defence when he’s 12.
- Watching the whole game is not fun for him.
- If he watches the whole game, he won’t see and remember what I want to show him, but only what he finds interesting.
- I don’t want him to feel bad after watching the game because I showed him only what he did wrong.
When playing and talking about the game with me or his teammates, Roko will speak from his perspective, and I will give my take on what happened.
These two sides can be similar but are almost always very different and it’s up for debate whether Roko will understand and accept 5 or 60 percent of what I want to explain to him.
When he sees on the video what I want to explain him, how he sees himself will be more truthful to what actually happened during the game.
In order to make this video, I used XPS because it makes editing these situations quick and easy, especially because I am able to determine how I edit them myself.
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