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How To Teach Martial Arts by Ryan Scialoia

Impact Lives on A Greater Scale Through The Power of Martial Arts and Master The Key Elements of What It Takes to Become a Phenomenal Teacher - INCLUDES E-BOOK
  • Instructors, teachers, and coaches of all levels will benefit immensely from the teachings in this unique product that will encompass all of the necessary elements for successfully learning to teach martial arts
  • Go beyond learning the topics you teach and learn HOW to really teach them, with effective methods and proven concepts that will help you become a better leader
  • Build a well-equipped instructors toolbox that will help you run a class with confidence and prep you for a vast array of scenarios all instructors encounter on a  daily basis
  • Develop your students, learn to structure an amazing class, master priceless communication skills, help your students prepare for competition, and more, in this one of a kind resource dedicated to helping you realize your full potential as an instructor
  • Product Includes E-BOOK
  • Ryan has taken the very best from his vast network of experiences and combined all of this precious knowledge into one invaluable resource for aspiring, developing, and veteran martial arts instructors                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Course Content

Expand All Sections

Volume 1

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Instructors ToolBox - Intro 0
Table Of Contents 0:55
Instructors Tool box section: Pre-framing 2:37
Re-framing 5:54
Know your audience 7:39
Focus anchors 9:17
Beginning strong 11:59
The Last Impression is the lasting impression 12:46
Praise In public, reprimand in private 13:23
Keep safety as the #1 priority 14:18
Be mindful in how you correct your students 16:39
Praise, correct, praise 18:43
Tell stories 19:44
Make the material simple to understand 20:21
Remember your students names (and use them often) 22:45
Admit when you don’t know an answer 25:03
Use metaphors 26:30
Make the lesson fun and playful 27:00
Teach with passion and enthusiasm 28:09
Be mindful of their attention span 29:24
Disguising repetition 30:35
Making the most of every moment in class: (No down time) 32:00
Explain the move/procedure with the inflection you'd like it performed 33:22
Training Your Assistant Instructors 35:25

Volume 2

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
How to Structure Your Classes - Write out a lesson plan with room to deviate 0
Structuring lesson plans 1 3:13
Structuring lesson plans 2 4:26
Structuring lesson plans 3 6:06
Structuring lesson plans 4 11:53
Central problem theory 13:33
Building upon a sense of advantage 15:19
Fitting your classes into this framework 18:08
The process in which you show a move 20:15

Volume 3

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Student Development - Who what when where why and how 0
Identify how your students best learn (kinesthetically, auditory, visual) 4:14
Mastering how to learn will show you how to teach 5:52
Using language as a Super power 6:57
Explain clearly what your students can expect of you 14:15
Explain clearly what you expect of your students 16:26
Drilling 18:11
Knowing and understanding the difficulty of group instruction 22:04
Everything we do in teaching must be done with love if not it will fail - Sensei Marti 24:17
Meet their needs and know their goals 25:05
Progress checks 26:16

Volume 4

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Nobel Prize Winning Methods of Learning - The Dunning Kruger effect 0
The 4 steps of learning conscious competence, un conscious competence etc. 4:25

Volume 5

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Communication Skills - Tonality 0
Physiology 1:54
Matching and mirroring 3:20
Too much or too little eye contact 6:02
Too much or To little Interpersonal Space 7:18
Poor Hygiene 8:22
Lack of Filter 9:18
Too much or too little self disclosure 10:05
Gracefully entering/leaving an interaction 11:10
Using backchannel cue’s 11:59
Accepting compliments graciously 12:55

Volume 6

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Prepare your Students for Competition - The parable of the plank 0
Old trainers trick 1:53
Learn the rules of the competition 4:09
Running camps 6:12
Try to simulate 7:02
Tell stories about your experience 7:50
Developing a strategy with your students 9:45
The 3 archetypes of martial arts endurance 10:57
Recording/breaking down their match footage 14:50

Volume 7

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Character Development/Martial arts as a Vehicle for Self Improvement - Make every character development session a masterpiece 0
Teaching kids 1:08
Perseverance example 2:52
Good thinking/stinky thinking 4:07
Honesty example 4:42
Discipline means 7:54
Courtesy means 9:34
Miyamoto Musashi Quote #1 11:45
Distance management 13:33
BJJ and life are a game of what you are willing to accept 16:43
"If you think you can or if you think you can’t you're right” - Henry Ford 20:43
Self defense 22:51
Socrates quote 24:14
Impact Lives on A Greater Scale Through The Power of Martial Arts and Master The Key Elements of What It Takes to Become a Phenomenal Teacher - INCLUDES E-BOOK
  • Instructors, teachers, and coaches of all levels will benefit immensely from the teachings in this unique product that will encompass all of the necessary elements for successfully learning to teach martial arts
  • Go beyond learning the topics you teach and learn HOW to really teach them, with effective methods and proven concepts that will help you become a better leader
  • Build a well-equipped instructors toolbox that will help you run a class with confidence and prep you for a vast array of scenarios all instructors encounter on a  daily basis
  • Develop your students, learn to structure an amazing class, master priceless communication skills, help your students prepare for competition, and more, in this one of a kind resource dedicated to helping you realize your full potential as an instructor
  • Product Includes E-BOOK
  • Ryan has taken the very best from his vast network of experiences and combined all of this precious knowledge into one invaluable resource for aspiring, developing, and veteran martial arts instructors                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Course Content

Expand All Sections

Volume 1

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Instructors ToolBox - Intro 0
Table Of Contents 0:55
Instructors Tool box section: Pre-framing 2:37
Re-framing 5:54
Know your audience 7:39
Focus anchors 9:17
Beginning strong 11:59
The Last Impression is the lasting impression 12:46
Praise In public, reprimand in private 13:23
Keep safety as the #1 priority 14:18
Be mindful in how you correct your students 16:39
Praise, correct, praise 18:43
Tell stories 19:44
Make the material simple to understand 20:21
Remember your students names (and use them often) 22:45
Admit when you don’t know an answer 25:03
Use metaphors 26:30
Make the lesson fun and playful 27:00
Teach with passion and enthusiasm 28:09
Be mindful of their attention span 29:24
Disguising repetition 30:35
Making the most of every moment in class: (No down time) 32:00
Explain the move/procedure with the inflection you'd like it performed 33:22
Training Your Assistant Instructors 35:25

Volume 2

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
How to Structure Your Classes - Write out a lesson plan with room to deviate 0
Structuring lesson plans 1 3:13
Structuring lesson plans 2 4:26
Structuring lesson plans 3 6:06
Structuring lesson plans 4 11:53
Central problem theory 13:33
Building upon a sense of advantage 15:19
Fitting your classes into this framework 18:08
The process in which you show a move 20:15

Volume 3

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Student Development - Who what when where why and how 0
Identify how your students best learn (kinesthetically, auditory, visual) 4:14
Mastering how to learn will show you how to teach 5:52
Using language as a Super power 6:57
Explain clearly what your students can expect of you 14:15
Explain clearly what you expect of your students 16:26
Drilling 18:11
Knowing and understanding the difficulty of group instruction 22:04
Everything we do in teaching must be done with love if not it will fail - Sensei Marti 24:17
Meet their needs and know their goals 25:05
Progress checks 26:16

Volume 4

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Nobel Prize Winning Methods of Learning - The Dunning Kruger effect 0
The 4 steps of learning conscious competence, un conscious competence etc. 4:25

Volume 5

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Communication Skills - Tonality 0
Physiology 1:54
Matching and mirroring 3:20
Too much or too little eye contact 6:02
Too much or To little Interpersonal Space 7:18
Poor Hygiene 8:22
Lack of Filter 9:18
Too much or too little self disclosure 10:05
Gracefully entering/leaving an interaction 11:10
Using backchannel cue’s 11:59
Accepting compliments graciously 12:55

Volume 6

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Prepare your Students for Competition - The parable of the plank 0
Old trainers trick 1:53
Learn the rules of the competition 4:09
Running camps 6:12
Try to simulate 7:02
Tell stories about your experience 7:50
Developing a strategy with your students 9:45
The 3 archetypes of martial arts endurance 10:57
Recording/breaking down their match footage 14:50

Volume 7

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Character Development/Martial arts as a Vehicle for Self Improvement - Make every character development session a masterpiece 0
Teaching kids 1:08
Perseverance example 2:52
Good thinking/stinky thinking 4:07
Honesty example 4:42
Discipline means 7:54
Courtesy means 9:34
Miyamoto Musashi Quote #1 11:45
Distance management 13:33
BJJ and life are a game of what you are willing to accept 16:43
"If you think you can or if you think you can’t you're right” - Henry Ford 20:43
Self defense 22:51
Socrates quote 24:14

 

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So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

INTSTRUCTORS TOOLBOX

  • INTRO
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • INSTRUCTORS TOOL BOX SECTION: PRE-FRAMING
  • RE-FRAMING
  • KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
  • FOCUS ANCHORS
  • BEGINNING STRONG
  • THE LAST IMPRESSION IS THE LASTING IMPRESSION
  • PRAISE IN PUBLIC, REPRIMAND IN PRIVATE
  • KEEP SAFETY AS THE #1 PRIORITY
  • BE MINDFUL IN HOW YOU CORRECT YOUR STUDENTS
  • PRAISE, CORRECT, PRAISE
  • TELL STORIES
  • MAKE THE MATERIAL SIMPLE TO UNDERSTAND
  • REMEMBER YOUR STUDENTS NAMES (AND USE THEM OFTEN)
  • ADMIT WHEN YOU DON'T KNOW AN ANSWER
  • USE METAPHORS
  • MAKE THE LESSON FUN AND PLAYFUL
  • TEACH WITH PASSION AND ENTHUSIASM
  • BE MINDFUL OF THEIR ATTENTION SPAN
  • DISGUISING REPETITION
  • MAKING THE MOST OF EVERY MOMENT IN CLASS: (NO DOWN TIME)
  • EXPLAIN THE MOVE/PREOCEDURE WITH THE INFLECTION YOU'D LIKE IT PERFORMED
  • TRAINING YOUR ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS
  • PART 2

    HOW TO STRUCTURE YOUR CLASSES

  • WRITE OUT A LESSON PLAN WITH ROOM TO DEVIATE
  • STRUCTURING LESSON PLANS 1
  • STRUCTURING LESSON PLANS 2
  • STRUCTURING LESSON PLANS 3
  • STRUCTURING LESSON PLANS 4
  • CENTRAL PROBLEM THEORY
  • BUILDING UPON A SENSE OF ADVANTAGE
  • FITTING YOUR CLASSES INTO THIS FRAMEWORK
  • THE PROCESS IN WHICH YOU SHOW A MOVE
  • PART 3

    STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

  • WHO WHAT WHEN WHERE WHY AND HOW
  • IDENTIFY HOW YOUR STUDENTS BEST LEARN (KINESTHETICALLY, AUDITORY, VISUAL)
  • MASTERING HOW TO LEARN WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO TEACH
  • USING LANGUAGE AS A SUPER POWER
  • EXPLAIN CLEARLY WHAT YOUR STUDENTS CAN EXPECT OF YOU
  • EXPLAIN CLEARLY WHAT YOU EXPECT OF YOUR STUDENTS
  • DRILLING
  • KNOWING AND UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFICULTY OF GROUP INSTRUCTION
  • EVERYTHING WE DO IN TEACHING MUST BE DONE WITH LOVE IF NOT IT WILL FAIL - SENSEI MARTI
  • MEET THEIR NEEDS AND KNOW THEIR GOALS
  • PROGRESS CHECKS
  • PART 4

    NOBEL PRIZE WINNING METHODS OF LEARNING

  • THE DUNNING KRUGER EFFECT
  • THE 4 STEPS OF LEARNING CONCIOUS COMPETENCE, UN CONSCIOUS COMPETENCE ETC.
  • PART 5

    COMMUNICATION

  • TONALITY
  • PHYSIOLOGY
  • MATCHING AND MIRRORING
  • TOO MUCH OR TOO LITTLE EYE CONTACT
  • TOO MUCH OR TO LITTLE INTERPERSONAL SPACE
  • POOR HYGIENE
  • LACK OF FILTER
  • TOO MUCH OR TOO LITTLE SELF DISCLOSURE
  • GRACEFULLY ENTERING/LEAVING AN INTERACTION
  • USING BACKCHANNEL CUE'S
  • ACCEPTING COMPLIMENTS GRACIOUSLY
  • PART 6

    PREPARE YOUR STUDENTS FOR COMPETITION

  • THE PARABLE OF THE PLANK
  • OLD TRAINERS TRICK
  • LEARN THE RULES OF THE COMPETITION
  • RUNNING CAMPS
  • TRY TO SIMULATE
  • TELL STORIES ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE
  • DEVELOPING A STRATEGY WITH YOUR STUDENTS
  • THE 3 ARCHETYPES OF MARTIAL ARTS ENDURANCE
  • RECORDING/BREAKING DOWN THEIR MATCH FOOTAGE
  • PART 7

    CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/MARTIAL ARTS AS A VEHICLE FOR SELF IMPROVEMENT

  • MAKE EVERY CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT SESSION A MASTERPIECE
  • TEACHING KIDS
  • PERSERVERANCE EXAMPLE
  • GOOD THINKING/STINKY THINKING
  • HONESTY EXAMPLE
  • DISCIPLINE MEANS
  • COURTESY MEANS
  • MIYAMOTO MUSASHI QUOTE #1
  • DISTANCE MANAGEMENT
  • BJJ AND LIFE ARE A GAME OF WHAT YOUR ARE WILLING TO ACCEPT
  • "IF YOU THINK YOU CAN OR IF YOU THINK YOU CAN'T YOU'RE RIGTH" - HENRY FORD
  • SELF DEFENSE
  • SOCRATES QUOTE
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