Needs Analysis and Reflective Practice: Two Important Components of Case Studies

Knowles, Zoe; Saxton, John
September 2010
Sport & Exercise Scientist;Sep2010, Issue 25, p23
The article discusses the management of needs analysis and reflective practice. The authors state that specific demands of the sport and the needs of the athlete must be assessed through needs analysis. Deliberate exploration of thoughts, feelings, and evaluations that are focused on practitioner skills and outcomes is provided by reflective practice.


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