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We hope readers will bring their reflections from the narratives to engage with the commentaries as a sort of dialogue to further thinking. We include the educational theory not to rationalize practices, but to open the discussion about why particular practices work in different settings. As well, we believe strongly that theory is a part of the praxis process in which great coaches and teachers engage. Coach Wooden, master pedagogue, coach, and English teacher, perhaps best exemplified the role that deep reflection played in his continuing efforts to hone his craft and his attempts to improve his practice from season to season.
2 Winning Has Little to Do With the Score James E. McDermott Clark University, Worcester, MA I n my English classroom, I had the “at risk” kids. On the ball field I had the “losers”—labeled students and players who believed the labels. Teddy and Ares were the students who symbolized for me that changing the culture and expectations in the classroom and on the field can inspire students and players to aspire beyond ascribed labels—can transform kids caught up in the trivial, the mundane, and the common into those who see the possibilities of their own brilliance.
This is why Teddy and Ares and the other players and students took Coach McDermott seriously. Coach McDermott revealed that trust is built in classrooms and on fields when adults stand in solidarity with their students and players and, in the words of Kohl, “not-learn the ways of loyalty to the system” (1994). When such trust can be established, all the classroom management strategies become largely irrelevant. Trust comes when adults prove themselves allies. 26 Reflections From the Field Creatively Embracing Conflict What Coach McDermott did so creatively was model for other adults how to challenge an oppressive system in ways that exposed the collusion as absurd.