We are a week away from the start of a free, small, open online course, Observing and Analysing Performance in Sport.
The course is an introduction to observing and analysing performance in sport and is being hosted by OpenLearning.
We have a team of twelve authors working on content for five topics in this course. You can find out more about the course here.
Collectively the authors of the course recognise that we have an opportunity to explore some engaging content and learn more about connecting with colleagues interested in the observation and analysis of sport.
I have been keeping a scrapbook of links that exemplify our approach to the course. You can find them at SOOC 001.
To date registration for the course has been by word of mouth. This morning there were 110 registered members of the course. I have been blogging about the course for some time but I thought I would use this post as an open invitation to Observing and Analysing Performance in Sport.
Each day I find some reassuring posts about the approach we are taking.
It would be delightful if the course exemplified approaches to learning that Will Richardson advocates.
We would be delighted if you would like to join us in November for the course (#OAPS101).