Before Soccer Practice

Introduction to the concepts. Watching Videos, reading and getting familiar with the material.

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During Soccer Practice

Practicing in small groups, discussions and problem solving. Creating and analyzing.

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After Soccer Practice

Homework, projects and creating. Reviewing key concepts with peers, parents siblings.

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The flipped classroom or curriculum is a form of blended learning in which students learn new content online by watching video presentations, usually at home, and what used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class with teachers offering more personalized guidance and interaction with students, instead of lecturing.

Maximizing practice time is always a challenge,

but this is an excellent way of making the most of the time available.

  • Players Consume Practice Material at their own Pace

  • Players have more control over their learning

  • Lessons are more accessible (tech access)

  • Easier for parents to get involved

  • Better Player Engagement

  • Creates a Player-Centered environment

  • Coaches are available for more one-on-one interaction

  • Flipped Curriculum provides flexibility

The application of the Flipped Curriculum to soccer is enormous.  When introducing a new exercise much of the learning can be done in advance of practice on-the-field.