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I'm going to gobble up all the articles about children's sports. I try to keep an open mind when I hear others discuss training methods, children's sports and educational development. I'm happy to discuss with and think that this will help make me an even better children's coach.
Learn Handball wants to discuss children's sports with you! This is one of the most interesting things we do. We want to acquire more expertise on handball and children's sports in particular.
Learn Handball will dive into specific themes and take you on the journey. You will receive research articles, few assignments and other exciting reading. I claim that the more you immerse yourself and involve yourself, the better the children's coach you will be.
This month we will address the sport's most comprehensive theme, namely differentiation. It is so challenging that neither the Norwegian Sports Federation (NIF), the Norwegian Handball Federation (NHF) nor the Danish Handball Federation (DHF) have a clear definition of differentiation. This doesn't mean they don't have guidelines on the topic – they have many!
I've spoken to resources within all three organizations and got a lot of exciting information I'm going to share with you this month.
But before you get more information, I want you to solve the following task: Create your own definition of the word differentiation. Feel free to discuss it with your coaching team.
Different meanings of differentiation in the football world:
Topping or width? What does the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences (NIH) say?
We look forward to discussing more about differentiation next week.
Handball greeting from Bjarte Myrhol
The bread was launched in REMA 1000 stores in January 2020, and just over 2 million have been added to the project. Sport for all is a collaboration between Learn Handball, REMA 1000 and the Norwegian Handball Federation. The sale of the bread will help more children, young people and adults with disabilities receive a local activity offer in everyday life.
The newly-baked European champion and world star Nora Mørk is now showing even more exercises as well as a lengthy interview in Learn Handball. We want to make children believe in themselves, both on and off the pitch. In the videos, Nora gives us a unique insight into how she thinks and trains, on her way back to the top of the world.