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We’re back with guest Michael Hebron to learn a little bit more about the paradigm shift in golf instruction he went through as well as some questions and answers from some folks over on the Golf in the Life of Facebook page.

If you haven’t listened to part 1 of the interview with Michael Hebron make sure to go back and do that here!

We dive into some awesome Q&A (thanks for all of you for contributing over on the Golf in the Life of Facebook page), covering everything from an example of what a lesson looks like, what swing cues do you use most,

One concept Michael covers should give you a good chance to reflect on your teaching and coaching – “Is my approach supporting or suppressing learning?”

I love Michael’s example of how he would help someone who was slicing fix their golf swing.  It’s so SIMPLE yet revolutionary, I sincerely hope it starts some internal dialogue on how you can improve your learning environment.

 

Direct download: 20151016_GITLO_Michael_Hebron_Part_2_QA.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:46am PST

Michael shares his philosophy on teaching and the massive paradigm shift in teaching he went through after winning the teacher of the year award in 1991.

We dive right into Michael’s story and hearing about his current process toward teaching and why he believes what he believes.  Michael shares the backstory behind his shift and shares the education and example

There is so much to pick up from this conversion.
Watch for some of the insights and jot some of these golden concepts down.

“The unwanted outcome should become the workable outcome.”

“SAFE = Students Always First Environment”

“Golf is inconsistent, Accept it.”

“Struggle is the most important tool in golf”

“Before you share something make sure it’s compatible with how students learn”

 

Direct download: 20151008_GITLO_Michael_Hebron.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:24am PST

Maximize your efficiency and return on investment on the time in the day. There are only so many hours in the day and we want to make sure we’re spending that time as efficiently with the most impact as possible.

From day 1 Claude knew the importance of groups teaching in golf instruction. Coming from the business world and then working with Dana Rader and Dr Rick Jensen

 

Direct download: 20151002_GITLO_Claude_Brousseau.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:39am PST

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