PHILOSOPHY OF TEACHING SWIMMING
by Laurie Lawrence
This comprehensive eBook, developed for teachers and swim schools, explores the Laurie Lawrence philosophy of teaching swimming and how to teach swim lessons.
In particular, the paper investigates homogenous grouping, maximum practice time, parental involvement, positive learning environments, building block approach, two lessons per week and professional development.
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Learning to swim is an incredibly valuable process for any child to go through. Primarily, ensuring your child is safe in and around water is the first consideration for parents who’re providing their children with learn to swim lessons. Another consideration is the valuable skill set which they gain. Swimming is just like riding a bike – once you’ve learnt it, you’ve learnt it for life. Equipping your child with this skill is a gift your child will thank you for later!
Swimming also provides children with a unique opportunity to have fun in a new and challenging environment. Inevitably, they will develop new friendships in this class as well! Laurie Lawrence has watched this process innumerable times, and hence, is ideally equipped to demonstrate to instructors how to teach swim lessons.
Additionally, swimming has an overwhelming number of health benefits for children. These include the development of cardio fitness, increasing flexibility and improving stamina. Children who swim on a regular basis have also been shown to enjoy deeper, longer lasting periods of sleep.
There are quite a number of Australian sports which you child will only be able to participate once they have developed a swimmer’s skill set. Also, swimming develops patience, dedication and endurance, all of these skills are transferrable to any sport or life skill.
This thorough and exceptionally written eBook will detail every step in the process, to equip you with a plethora of skills before you teach children to swim. Learn how to teach swim lessons, and start developing your skills as an instructor today!