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Post by jediwarrior on Thu Jan 31, 2008 10:11 pm

A question asked alot Question

What makes a good instructor ? Now many people have there own ideas and views on What makes a good instructor and how they archived it. My views on this are a good instructor has Knowledge and experience and years of training behind him. Also is patient with his students and is there to answer questions and listen to them
I think of some more but thats a start

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Post by Merlyn on Fri Feb 01, 2008 12:44 am

I also think a good instructor needs to be a bit of an extrovert.

To stand in front of people and motivate them into doing something in an enjoyable way needs a bit of 'showboating'.

I have been to seminars where very senior ranks are introvert. They come accross as uncertain and you end not to enjoy what they are trying toshow you.

I think if you see people with smils on they're face when you are teaching...then your on the right track Very Happy
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Post by matt.k.f.s on Fri Feb 01, 2008 2:40 pm

totally mate
you hit the nail on the head
we need to be almost evangalistic and larger than life .
you MUST believe in what you say and be able to demonstrate effectively.

i love my classes to be almost like a show ( spose i'd be the clown lol)

also with a story and theme , i plan my classes to a T

i'm just about to do a variety show ( yep thats right i am a whore)

the plan is this
i have a mate , a good little swords man , so he is gunna go a kata/form
and when i come on ( at the end of his piece) to introduce the next piece i will be talking away to the crowd then ( by suprise lol) i will be attacked randomly by 8 guy's ( my students) the finarly will be a baseball bat attack and i shall kick thru it ( the bat that is).
then return ( clam as a hindu cow) to introduceing the next act ( as if nothing happend ).
thought it would be fun and different .
nowt to do with the topic just me rambling again .......... sorry

cheers
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Post by jediwarrior on Fri Feb 01, 2008 3:04 pm

The thing that helps to is the instructor has to be reliable and always turn up to his class or if can not attend get a good replacement instructor.

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