Co-Learning activity carried out with the U17 players of the Thailand FA
February 11, 2020
During this month, we have carried out the first Co-Learning activity with the U17 players of the Thai Federation.
Co-Learning, one of the four pillars on which the Ekkono Method is based in order to create or strengthen an identity, consists in decentralizing the teaching processes to accelerate the learning processes.
On this occasion, several U17 players were selected to play the role of a coach for a few days, in which after understanding and discussing about specific contents and game concepts with our Ekkono staff, they prepared training tasks to be able to work on them.
Later, and after defining different roles, the U17 players dressed as coaches and carried out one of these tasks during the training with the U14 team.
The main objective of this dynamic is for the players to better understand a specific training content, as well as to give them a different point of view that will surely help them when competing.
On the other hand, Co-Learning activities help us to emphasize such important values as teamwork, cooperation and the importance of helping and teaching the younger generations.
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