My teaching method is to break actions up into small steps. We will work on each step and then put it all together so your child not only knows the fundamentals, but also understands the importance of fundamental skills. Once they understand the fundamentals, we can really get into the game.
My teaching method is to break down what it is that we are focusing on and taking it step by step and gradually getting them comfortable with that certain skill before we speed it up and move on to anything else.
Lessons are based on an individuals knowledge and skills of the game. Each lesson is progressive and incorporates not only hands-on work but also information on the inner mechanisms of the game- from highschool to college level play. Students will learn how to play at all levels and achieve the right mentality to be a better player.
I believe that working and perfecting the fundamentals will lead the athlete to success and he/she progresses. After working on fundamentals I work on more game like situations and practice with the student after this unless she/he is only interested in having someone practice with him/her.
16 years as a Physical Education Teacher working with General and Special Needs Students 22 years as a High School Football Coach 13 years as a Head High School Football Coach California Coaching Certification Up to date on all new Strength, Conditioning, Speed, and Flexibility Training I am able to adjust my lessons and my drills at that moment to best benefit the student I am patient,...
My coaching method is big on the basics. I focus most of my time on making sure my athletes have the very fundamental skills down. With soccer that is passing, dribbling, trapping the ball, and field vision. For volleyball the basics are serving, bumping (hands and platform), setting, and hitting. I focus a lot on passing since with out a pass, we cant score.
My teaching method is always keep the kids moving and learning. Ask them questions so you know that they understand what is needed of them, and let them be open with their questions. You have to keep the games fun, because no matter how much they are learning if they aren't having fun or being encouraged, they will not want to come back and they will be discouraged.
trying to find new ways to help out a player succeed in their play time. I truly believe there is no "Right way" in coaching a certain position/ move.
Hi I am Pearl ! The sooner kids start playing, the more skilled they will become. The key to working with kids is to keep it fun and give lots of encouragement. With the right level of focus and discipline that anything can be accomplished. In the past, I have worked with all ages when it comes to volleyball.
I have a bachelor degree in psychology. I teach Volleyball in group or individually for age group of 12-15 girls and boys at the Gym of their choice in Glendale. I am professional and take my practices and job very serious.
I approach each player differently, knowing that each player responds to challenge, change and competitiveness differently. I like to get to know my players personalities and infividual goals to approach coaching them in a way that will benefit them.
i like to start with a light run to keep you in shape then stretching and then go into different drills that help you!
I typically give one-on-one lessons to children 12-18 to learn fundamental volleyball skills. I am very enthusiastic and encouraging, and love seeing kids learn the techniques. I played college volleyball for 4 years and love to coach. I have worked with children professionally (at preschools and at a mental health facility) so I am comfortable with all ages and personalities.
My teaching method is based on a step by step approach teaching all the fundamentals parts of the game with the right technique
I base my practices on passion, fun, and durable mastering and developing of volleyball skill while learning correct movements to prevent injury.
I would approach my teaching lessons with fun activity’s but also would make sure they learned and practiced well and a lot.
I’m not really sure, I would have to see how the kids are and how well they do together and how their skills are to get a game plan
I am a young teacher, first I teach the basics and proceed from there, I expect energy and optimism from all of my students.
I approach it topic by taking in consideration the needs of the student or athlete.
I take what I know about the different positions on the volleyball court and use that to help others succeed in the sport
I am a College Volleyball player at Seminole State College who will also be playing basketball in the fall of 2017. I teach the basics of both sports but I also teach at the advanced level.
M.S. Ed. with a Specialization in Reading and Literacy, Capella University, 2010; Currently an Education doctoral candidate Specializing in the 1:1 Environment, Capella, University, K-12.
University of Fortaleza September 2015 Medicine Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine - Orlando, FL May 2014 Institute Fitness Brazil - Salvador, BA October 2012 Master in Education and Sports Management Sek of Chile and American University of Paraguay 2007 to 2009 Postgraduate in Athletic Training University Veiga de Almeida of Rio de Janeiro 2001 to...
My teaching method involves various exercises and centers around practicing technique until it is all that you know how to do. We will go through light conditioning activities in addition to court awareness and focusing on movement while in a lesson.
Every athlete starts as a student athlete. being a well rounded kid with a great worth ethic is the biggest key to success. Having discipline, and holding yourself as the athlete accountable is the first lesson I will teach. From there, all skill based training, and understanding the game. The point of competing isn't just to win, but to keep getting better.
I am an optimist! I very much believe with the right level of focus and discipline that anything can be accomplished. In the past, I have worked with all ages when it comes to volleyball. Setting can be taught to a 2 year old with a balloon as easily as all-out defense can be mastered by a 65 year old.
Peter O'Brien; 1. Arizona State University Graduate, MA - Education, BS - Physical Education, BA - History 2. Certified School Teacher, # 1128996, Health, Physical Education, History, ESL 3.11 Years Teaching Experience, Health & Physical Education, (Fountain Hills Unified School District) 4.
Played high school and club volleyball for 5 years Played one year of collegiate volleyball Student Assistant coach for collegiate program for one year Will me hired a paid Assistant coach in upcoming season Competed two years of undergraduate work and will be entering pharmacy school in the fall
I take a heavy focus on the fundamental skills of volleyball, really making sure solid ball control is obtained. I also like to enlighten on certain strategies to improve volleyball IQ on the court. To me, fundamentals, ball control, and IQ are the essential foundation of becoming a good volleyball player.
I took multiple classes in high school for Physical Education. I am currently taking a few college courses on health and fitness. I am well aware of the simple rules in most popular sports and I have also played most all popular sports.
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