is open to the group

Being open to a group means you can deal with differences. That you can approach and help people personally at their own level. In short, you can make conscious choices.

What you say, how you say it, how long it takes you, whether you support this with body language, whether you make eye contact or not, these are things that you as an instructor make choices in and therefore influence. Your value as an instructor is largely in the explanation you give. It is important here: to whom do you give the explanation and for what purpose? We dive deeper into the theory of learning the skating movement.

Learning the skating movement, the way, the HOW

In short, this is 'the art of teaching': 'teaching'. Choices you have to think about are: what do I tell, how do I tell, how long do I talk, how long do the students skate or practice, when do I give feedback (feedforward), what do I give feedback (feedforward), do I do it for, I skate along and so on. All of these choices affect the student's learning process. One of the most important elements in the art of teaching is how I present myself . We are talking about the use of voice, eye contact with the students and body language.

Giving ice skating lessons is really an art and you are “the calling card” of Duosport.

The way of presenting also plays an important role in the talk. We are talking about voice use, eye contact with the students and body language.



You can read more about the other choices you make before and during the lesson at and Work form (picture, talk, act). Or look under modules at differentiate.