It’s not rocket science people… plan ahead to create an environment for learning so you can relax, be creative, and coach :-)
1. REVIEW SUBJECT & STROKE TYPE
Before you start classes you should have already laid out all your Subjects and Stroke Types you are going to cover using the Schedule of Events template. To put together a Daily Curriculum for your class, it will be based off of those two areas.
2. CHOOSE TRAINING ENVIRONMENT
Once you have reviewed your subject you can select a Training Environment below that compliments the stroke type, and subject you are covering. Use the filters to find one that works with your facility, subject, stroke type, and social atmosphere you are searching for with your group.
3. CHOOSE SELF-DIRECTED WARM-UP
When your juniors arrive to class you need to have an activity for them to complete as a warm-up. It is better to have a self-directed activity for this. Use the filter under “Social Environment” below to choose a self-directed activity to build into your curriculum
4. EXECUTE YOUR CLASS!
After you have completed steps 1-3, your final step is to run the class. Below is a basic structure you can follow: