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Decision-making process to decide the best type of learning for an official.Decision making tree to find best type of learning
|If ...||Then ...|
|This is something the person used to be able to do well||Provide practise and regular feedback|
|Only limited learning is required||Provide specific direction only on new areas and use coaching to fine-tune skills|
|Performance is lagging behind learning||
|Considerable learning is required, or if this is a completely new skill or knowledge area||Check out these options below|
|The learning required is essentially information-based so retention of knowledge is critical||
|The learning required is essentially procedural, that is, not about the game itself but the official’s role on and off the court/field||
|The learning requires practise of a technical skill||
|The learning requires practise of a behavioural skill||
|The skill requires group reflection or external input||Consider workshop or seminar|