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Hi Guys I am looking to write a paper on the following subject.:-
Young children generally find sport fun and a natural part of life. By the age of 18 few children are actively engaged in sport. suggest ways in which participation in sport can be maintained.
I am interested in your thought on this matter. Any comments would be greatly received.
This is very complex but I will give you two thoughts. I mainly know school sports as a coach but in my country I would suggest the problem is simply adults. When do we consider how they learn or what motivates them? Coaches generally focus on the recipe approach rather than the unique individuals. However, have an internet search of the Future of Australian Sport and you will see that teenagers in sport is a changing landscape.
Our lead for coaching young people is working on a workshop to help coaches tackle this issue. But if you haven't seem them already, there are some great resources and case studies produced by the sector.
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