My guest today is Craig Douglas, an interdisciplinary defensive training instructor operating globally under the ShivWorks brand, specializing in meshing wrestling-based combatives with close quarters shooting.
In this episode, Craig unpacks what it means to take an "andragogical" approach to teaching coursework and why its a more effective way to help students learn. He also explains why he believes instructors actually coach their students too much -- a phenomenon born out of traditional pedagogy that is not optimal for an andragogical approach.
This episode might just turn your concept of good instruction upside down. So if you're excited to jump in, hit the subscribe button on your podcatcher now!
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Produced by Micah Peacock