SwimFEST – April 2015 on the Gold Coast acstaCONVENTION and Expo presented by Swim Australia and ASCTA annually More than 700 swim school operators, teachers and coaches and swimming community members attend this event annually – which is described as the best swimming convention in the World. Eight days, over 60 […]
World Wide Swim School holds a collection of helpful articles and resources for techniques and tips on how to teach swimming, mainly for swim teachers. These are dedicated to swim teachers and instructors seeking more information and further education.
Learning to swim must be a positive experience for the parent and child. Learning through play and exploration is a very important component of the swimming lesson. If selected carefully, games and fun activities will reinforce learning. As well as the skills that children are learning during the more formal […]
The ability of communication is one of the most important skills a teacher can possess. It is a vital component to the smooth running of a class, workplace, or business. Once this skill is mastered, you will be on the road to success in your desired position, field, or industry. […]
Back Float with Board – Lap or Ledge The first step to teach back float for two to four year old’s is to hold the board correctly. The easiest way to do this is using parental or teacher demonstrations. Then give the child an opportunity to practice. Notice the position […]
Swim classes for 2-2.5 year old’s poses many joys and challenges for both the parent and teacher. While all children are little individuals who progress and grow at different physical social and emotional rates. The rapid growth in the first three years of children’s lives as they progress from an […]