Rec’d on YT | How ecological learning changes the role of the coach

Dr Andrew Wilson, a reader in psychology at Leeds Beckett University and part of the leadership team for Southampton’s Learning Lab, explains how the ecological approach changes the role of the coach.

They go “from being the source of knowledge or the correct solution to a designer of environments and constraints.”

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