Not only was John Wooden a great basketball coach, he was a master teacher.
In fact, he was a great coach because he was a master teacher. What Wooden has learned from others in the classroom and perfected on the practice court are fundamental principles of effective teaching, which are conveyed in You Haven't Taught Until They Have Learned: John Wooden's Teaching Principles and Practices.
Co-author Swen Nater, one of Wooden's former players at UCLA, provides insightful first-hand accounts on the many life lessons he learned from Wooden that he has applied to his life since becoming a teacher himself. Wooden's principles conveyed by Nater and co-author Ronald Gallimore in this book can be studied and applied by teachers, coaches, patents, and anyone else who is responsible for, works with, or supervises others.
In this revised version of the book, the authors include an afterword, in which specific examples and anecdotes are provided of how You Haven't Taught Until They Have Learned has impacted people in the teaching, coaching, and business industries.
"I devoured the book and wanted more. It reminded me of a self-help book for a recovering teacher---the perfect salve for a festering wound. I'm buying copies for my doctoral students---I think it may be one of the best things I do for them."---Sharon Vaughn, professor and director of the Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk, University of Texas
"The simplicity of Coach Wooden's teaching style captured what I wanted trainers at Chick-fil-A to understand. I give out the book as a gift in hopes that people will read it, apply it, and become a more effective teacher."---Will Flora, Director of Learning Resources, Chick-fil-A, Inc.
"You Haven't Taught Until They Have Learned has taught me a number of things that have helped me in my quest to become a better teacher. The book reinforced to me the importance of teaching and the role of a teacher, and re-inspired my love of teaching." ---Katharine McKnight, adjunct professor, George Mason University
"Swen Nater and Ronald Gallimore combine their knowledge about teaching and basketball to deliver a deeply insightful look at the teaching practice of John Wooden. The book is a wonderful balance of personal stories from Nater and insights about teaching and learning from Gallimore that demonstrate the hard work, preparation, courage, and commitment to continuous learning that defines quality teaching. A must read for every teacher,...and as Coach Wooden says, `We are all teachers to someone."---Beth Wray, President, and Brad Ermeling, Executive Director, Pearson Learning Teams
1. They are all Different: Teacher-Student Relationships are the Foundation of Effective Teaching
2. The Motivation to Learn Comes from Focusing on Reaching Your Own Potential
3. It's What You Learn After You Know It All That Counts the Most
4. You Can't Teach What You Don't Possess
5. Failure to Prepare is Preparing to Fail
6. The Laws of Teaching and Learning: John Wooden's Pedagogy
7. You Haven't Taught Until They Have Learned
8. It's What the Teachers are Themselves
Number Of Pages: 151
Published: 12th March 2010
Publisher: Fitness Information Technology, Inc, U.S.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.81 x 16.2
Weight (kg): 0.25
Edition Number: 1