NBA star, Swen Nater, talks about UCLA Coach John Wooden’s philosophy on teaching. Swen offers insight into how coach Wooden applied theories of learning to engage his players, effectively make corrections, and produce a team of motivated and successful players. Swen and Kirsten give examples of learning strategies that work on and off the court. They also talk about the reason that players with ADHD don’t need Ritalin on the court- even though they are in a learning environment. This is a dynamic and educational conversation for parents, educators, and coaches.
Swen Nater is a two-time ABA All-star, leading rebounder NBA and ABA, member of “30/30 Club,” author, coach and speaker. During his time playing at UCLA, he had the fortune to be coached by the legendary John Wooden. They remained friends and Swen brought much of what he learned from Coach Wooden forward into his careers both on and off the court.
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