Formulating a Curriculum
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Formulating a Curriculum

Children thrive on structured learning. As a thoughtful, meticulous coach you should be invested in their development, you have the potential to guide and shape their learning. Do you have a curriculum to be able to do this? If so, is it lazer-focused on developing classes rich of talent, a group of children that understands your subject matter. If you don't have a curriculum, why not? In this article, split over three parts, I discuss the specifics or formulating a curriculum that is specific to age, goals, ability and has the capability to provide longevity to the learner.

Identifying Your Non-Customers
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Identifying Your Non-Customers

When attempting to grow a kid’s programme, from scratch or for an established, well-structured academy, gaining new customers should be as important as providing a service concerned with the retention of existing clients. This article will attempt to distinguish the different levels of non-customers to your service and methods to connect, ultimately growing your kids classes.

Cultivating Growth Through Language
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Cultivating Growth Through Language

When growing your kids classes is your number one concern, considering the language you use and it's context can make or break your audience. Age, ability, competitive nature and subconscious comparisons are all issues you must comprehend when communicating your delivery and facilitating encouragement.

Understanding Individualism
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Understanding Individualism

Each and every child that steps into your dojo comes with their very own unique perspectives on life. They all interpret life, people, and their immediate environment differently, their social mobility and motor control also vary immeasurably and you have to be prepared to cater for them all. Ensure your programme has the ability and contingency in place to deliver the best experience possible.