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Should We Coach Male and Female Archers the Same Way?

I have had this question in mind for quite some time. I have even asked a couple of authors to tackle the topic. Most seem to think of the topic as a land mine they do not want to step on. 579 more words

For All Coaches

Bring podcast to life

Podcasts can be an invaluable education tool, but first you have to master how to make them. Here are the steps involved in bringing a podcast to life. 114 more words

Achieve The Early Day Child Center News

Empower Students with Innovative Learning

By Melissa Davidson

Students staring off into space, sleeping at their desks, fidgeting in their chairs… These behaviors are as common as old-school styles of teaching, and finding ways to engage students remains an age-old dilemma. 808 more words

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What can teachers really control?

This is the month when New Year’s resolutions are grasped with intensity and then discarded with quiet disappointment. Yet hope seems to re-sprout with each new beginning, whether that of a school year, a budget cycle, calendar year or sports season. 565 more words

Motivating Students

When Is It Time to Move Up to a Better Bow?

I got an email from a Olympic Recurve student regarding what kind of bow to move up to. He is a serious student who has a good beginner/intermediate bow, an SF Premium Plus. 1,134 more words

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Who knew that 4 of their teachers spoke French!

Before our December holiday break, I created my first student task based on Comprehensible Input (a method of second language acquisition).  Tasks, a new (to me!) vehicle for language acquisition came out of the workshops I attended at ACTFL in Boston last November. 452 more words

Motivating Students

Guest post via @briteeyes49: My Students Have Taken Over The Easel!

An easel sits in the right-hand corner of our room.
It’s always been there.

Sometimes I use it, most of the time I don’t.
I started to notice something a few days ago. 275 more words

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