LEAP BC™, an early learning initiative of 2010 Legacies Now, is a growing family of resources, backed by training and support systems, for families, caregivers, ECE practitioners and other educators. The purpose of these resources is to support healthy child development and learning by focusing on Literacy, Education, Activity and Play (LEAP).
Once the LTAD framework document is completed, the next challenge is to bring it to life in the sport community. Can a sport’s LTAD framework become the cornerstone for the daily functioning of an NSO? Can we take a common‐sense approach to LTAD implementation? This presentation explores some ideas in these areas.
(Wayne Parro & Steven Sugar)
This presentation discusses the Talent Identification challenges coaches face in an early specialization sport, such as figure skating, versus Talent Surveillance in a late specialization sport like baseball.
(Rick Lambert, Patrick Kirby & Amanda Daurie)
Alliances connect a community’s key leaders and organizations in sport, education and recreation to create a vehicle for ongoing communication, coordinate joint planning and reducing duplication of efforts.
This presentation will give an overview of the LTAD‐initiated changes that are taking place, including the rebuilding of Cross Country Canada's coach and athlete development system to reflect LTAD principles and practices.