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Teach Shoshin Ryu. Shoshin Ryu Instructor’s Meeting NC, 2012. SR Teacher’s Training Basics. Rank is not good enough to be a teacher - one must learn how to teach. New Instructor’s Guidebook New Ranking for Instructor’s with readings, testing, productivity SR National Website.

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Teach shoshin ryu

Teach Shoshin Ryu

  • Shoshin Ryu Instructor’s Meeting

  • NC, 2012


Sr teacher s training basics

SR Teacher’s Training Basics

  • Rank is not good enough to be a teacher - one must learn how to teach.

  • New Instructor’s Guidebook

  • New Ranking for Instructor’s

    • with readings, testing, productivity

  • SR National Website


How do you teach

How do YOU teach?


Teach shoshin ryu

The difference between an instructor and a teacher:Teaching Tech vs PrinciplesTelling vs. Motivating


Teach shoshin ryu

Table of Contents Introduction.............................................................................................................................................................. 4

Why Teach?.......................................................................................................................................................... 4 Permission to Teach .......................................................................................................................................... 6 Mentoring............................................................................................................................................................. 8

Getting Started ..................................................................................................................................................... 13 Who Should You Teach, How Often, Where and When...................................................................... 13 Establishing a Dojo and Administrative Requirements........................................................................ 16 Financial Considerations ............................................................................................................................... 19 Marketing strategies ...................................................................................................................................... 25 The Care and Feeding of Your Dojo ........................................................................................................... 31 Welcome Packet.............................................................................................................................................. 33

Teaching.................................................................................................................................................................. 42 Traits Leading to Excellence in Teaching.................................................................................................. 42 The Art of Retaining Students ..................................................................................................................... 53 The Art of Retaining Students ..................................................................................................................... 54 Mat Management ........................................................................................................................................... 61 Kokoro Series.................................................................................................................................................... 65 Role of Sensei.................................................................................................................................................101 Getting a Student Tested for Shodan......................................................................................................109 A Guide and Handout for New Yudansha ..............................................................................................113 Three Teaching Tools for Transferring Information............................................................................119 Motivating Individual Students.................................................................................................................122 Sample Basic Class Plans by Emphasis....................................................................................................131 Sample Basic Class Plans by Emphasis....................................................................................................132 Teaching Strategies.......................................................................................................................................135 Your First Yudansha, Now What...............................................................................................................146 Clarity in Daily Life ........................................................................................................................................148 Why Learn Anatomy & Physiology?.........................................................................................................151

Conditioning ........................................................................................................................................................152 Physical Conditioning...................................................................................................................................152 The Warm-Up.................................................................................................................................................157

Curriculum Rank Requirements Instructors Curriculum ........................................................................178 White to Black Belt Curriculum.................................................................................................................179 Use of Force....................................................................................................................................................187 Legal Curriculum............................................................................................................................................190

Special Events......................................................................................................................................................195 Shoshin Ryu: the Ryu vs. the Association vs. the Local Dojo ..............................................................200 Writing Journal Articles and Doing Projects..........................................................................................202 SHOSHIN RYU BYLAWS ................................................................................................................................204 Inspirational Stories and Suggested Reading Lists...................................................................................223 You Can Never Step Into the Same River Twice...................................................................................223 THE TEACHINGS OF TAKUAN .....................................................................................................................228 THE WAY FROM TECHNIQUE BY: GICHIN FUNAKOSHI KARATE-DO KYOHAN............................229 Gaining an Appreciation For Our Art.......................................................................................................231 On Heiho..........................................................................................................................................................234

Shoshin Ryu

Instructor’s Guidebook


Teachers change the student s point of view so they can see farther deeper

Teachers change the student’s point of view so they can see farther, deeper.


Sr teacher s certification

SR Teacher’s Certification

  • Assistant Instructor

  • Instructor

  • Teacher

  • Shihan = Teacher of Teachers

  • Hanshi = model person or master teacher


Teach shoshin ryu

Shoshin Ryu Instructor’s Certification

  • SR Instructor’s Certification Program

  • The purpose of this certification program is several fold:

  • Improve the quality of teaching and thus the quality of the students

  • Grow SR both in terms of numbers and skills. Increase retention and enrollment.

  • Give SR Instructors a focus to improve and gain ‘certification’. Aid in retaining instructors.

  • Teacher Training Weekend with SMS funded by Shoshin Ryu - room, board, training, $250 toward airfare

  • Assistant Instructor:Purpose: to give students a place to start teaching and helping with dojo, serve as a substitute if primary sensei is absent

  • pre-requisites:            1. rank: brown belt and up             2. written test: pass            3. production: yudansha produced - none required            4. reading requirement: SR Practitioner's Guidebook, SR Instructor's Guidebook, Zen and the Martial Arts by Joe Hyams,            5. privileges: attend instructor's seminars (must have an official “title” of Assistant Instructor.  Not everyone with a brown belt can attend just because they’re a brown belt)            6. function: ability to run class when sensei is not around, aid the quality of class by drilling class, learn to drill students physically


Teach shoshin ryu

  • Instructor:

  • Purpose: entry level teaching position (need not be assistant instructor first - this is our certified instructor - we want to be able to open dojo fairly quickly) - knows how to physically drill students and get them to shodan.

  • pre-requisites:            1. rank: Shodan ( if no shodan in area brown belts can teach, but need mentor to take ownership of dojo from afar,

  • also needs board/SMS approval.)            2. written test: pass            3. production: yudansha produced - none required            4. reading requirement:

    • Don't Shoot the Dog,

    • The Way of the Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman,

    • Mastery by George Leonard,

  • Know SR Practitioner Guidebook & Instructor’s Guidebook cold.5. privileges: attend instructor's seminars, may be addressed as sensei

  • 6. function: start and run a dojo, produce quality SR practitioners and Yudansha, know how to drill class, efficient use of time                7.  Training:  Required to attend Instructor training with SMS within first 2 years of starting dojo. SR Journal: write one article per year.                 8.  Nationals:  attended at least 1 nationals every 3 years to stay current.


  • Teach shoshin ryu

    • Teacher (Sensei)

    • Purpose: to run and maintain a dojo of high standards, regularly produce shodan and new instructors, teach life skills as well as physical art, know how to make positive changes faster

    • pre-requisites:        1. rank: nidan and up        2. written test: pass        3. production: produce 5 shodan, regularly teach a class 4. reading requirement:

      • SR Practitioner's Guidebook, SR Instructor's Guidebook,

      • Zen and Japanese Culture by Suzuki (chapter 4,5,6),

      • Budo Secrets by John Stevens,

      • The One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard,

  • 5. privileges: attend instructor's seminars, be addressed as sensei, teach at Nationals,

  •         6. Training:  SMS visiting their dojo or vice versa and watching them teach and/or critiquing their teaching at a Nationals or Yudansha Gasshuku. At least every 3 years do one of the following: have SMS evaluate at nationals, Visit SMS or have SMS visit home dojo and observe teaching or attend Instructor's Workshop

    • 7. Nationals:  Regular attendance to Nationals and/or Yudansha weekends.  Strive to have a dojo capable of hosting nationals (i.e. local support).

  • 8. SR Journal: one article per year


  • Teach shoshin ryu

    • Teacher of Teachers = Shihan [written only, not addressed as shihan]

    • Purpose: to produce quality teachers of Shoshin Ryu, continue to improve their understanding of the Art and Applied Sciences of Shoshin Ryu, understand how to make significant progress with challenging students and how to challenge exceptional students

    • pre-requisites:            1. rank: sandan and up            2. written test: pass            3. production: produce 10 shodan and 3 nidan            4. reading requirement:

    • SR Practitioner's Guidebook, SR Instructor's Guidebook, help write or create DVD/new chapters in guidebooks.

      • The Unfettered Mind by Takuan,

  • The Japanese Art of War by Thomas Cleary            5. privileges: attend instructor's seminars, may be addressed as sensei, teach at nationals, teach at instructors workshops            6. function: produce quality SR practitioners and Yudansha, help SR create better teachers by writings, Create more dojo            7.  training: regular visits with SMS or Hanshi            8.  Nationals:  have attended at least 1 nationals in past 3 years.

  • Attend nationals and Yudansha gasshuku regularly. 9. SR Journal;  one article per year


  • Teach shoshin ryu

    Hanshi (exemplary person/teacher)(person/teacher who exhibits Ri in their Art. And their Art in their everyday life.)

    Written only, not called by name. Usually only 1-2 at any given time.

    Purpose: to set model for future generation to aspire to and help them exceed, help train shihan, understand how to develop quality students to the highest level, impact nearly all practitioners of Shoshin Ryu in some manner - perhaps creating DVD’s, book chapters, etc.

    pre-requisites:             1. rank: yondan and up             2. written test: pass             3. production: produce at least 14 shodan, 7 nidans and 3 sandan             4. reading requirement:

    The Life Giving Sword by Yagyu Munenori,

    No Boundaries by Ken Wilbur             5. privileges: attend instructor's seminars, may be addressed as sensei, teach at nationals,  6. Nationals/ Yudansha Gasshuku: attend regularly 


    How do you connect

    How do you connect?


    Teach shoshin ryu

    • We are what we repeatedly do.

    • Excellence then, is not an act but a habit - Aristotle


    Waza or heiho what wins what is your approach to goshinjutsu

    Waza or Heiho, what wins? What is your approach to Goshinjutsu?


    Www shoshinryu org

    www.ShoshinRyu.org

    • Log in

    • Public

    • Practitioner

    • Instructors:

      • Instructor’s Guidebook, On-line Testing, Kokoro Series, Requirements, List of certified instructors with ranks/ #of students, etc.

    • Yudansha


    Raise the bar do not set limits

    Raise the bar,do not set limits


    Solid command of material

    Solid Command of Material

    • Can’t excel if you don’t know material

    • Strive to see deeper into material

    • Find ways to pass it or have student ‘get it’ faster

    • Teach one step at a time

    • Instill appreciation of where you are in each student


    Repetition with a goal in mind see it in your minds eye

    Repetition with a goal in mind - see it in your minds eye


    Inspire

    Inspire

    • Inspire students to train with joy

    • Inspire students to excel, believe they too can be exceptional

    • Inspire students to come to class (step one)

    • Have a vision of each student’s potential

    • Let students work hard and accomplish so they feel ‘I am good and can be awesome’


    Sr kokoro series use them daily refer to them often post them

    SR Kokoro SeriesUse them dailyRefer to them oftenPost them


    Care deeply for all students

    Care Deeply for all students

    • Martial Arts begins and ends with courtesy

    • Skilled or challenged, old or young - care, teach

    • Students are not just there for you to smash or train with or let the cream rise to the top or pay your bills - care for them! Teach them!

    • Make the dojo more than family - positive, caring, safe, supportive


    Teach shoshin ryu

    Prepare the students to be able to taken care of themselves. Push them, challenge them, get them able to take care of themselves.Let them know Fighting is ugly and most folks aren’t very good at it.


    Understand

    Understand

    • Social violence vs. Antisocial violence


    Challenge students to excel

    Challenge Students to excel

    • Students enjoy progress, seeing results - lead them there

    • Challenge them so they can accomplish

    • Demo for them regularly so the see where they are going

    • Let them know “when you make shodan...”


    Demand precision

    Demand precision


    Organize for short long term

    Organize forshort & long term

    • Make lesson plans - daily, monthly, by rank...

    • Know what beginners need to hear to be successful and what senior students need to keep growing

    • Maximize every minute of class, plan for each thing and then put some ‘fun’ or off the wall challenges (run up wall and push off into roll)

    • Have Yudansha class weekly at minimum


    Goals

    Goals

    • Positive

    • Measurable

    • Specific

    • +/- Time limited

    • Long term vs. short term


    Goals for each student

    Goals for each student

    • Each of 5 finger of SR

    • Goshinjutsu

    • Cross training

    • Mental training - excel under stress, calmness

    • Kokoro


    Teach focus challenge lead

    Teach Focus,Challenge & lead


    Foster safe learning atmosphere

    Foster Safe, learning atmosphere

    • Injuries detract from training time

    • Remind students keys to safety in each waza

    • Maai: white 2 inches away, green half an inch, brown barely touch the gi

    • Give 5 positive praising for each correction - let folks know when they are doing things right so they don’t forget


    Understand behavior modification

    Understand Behavior Modification

    • Don’t Shoot the Dog by Karen Pryor

    • Positive Reinforcement

      • start when close - how train a chicken to type?

    • Negative Reinforcement

    • People and animals adapt


    Care for your students and teach

    Care for your students and teach


    Evaluate your teaching methods

    Evaluate your teaching methods

    • Note how dojo is progressing - is an area weak or points being missed?

    • How can i improve kata or atemi or friendliness of dojo?

    • Testing is a feedback tool as each class

    • Teach your ideal - grow to be an exceptional teacher


    Teach technique in conjunction with strategy inside the bigger picture of philosophy

    Teach technique in conjunction with strategy inside the bigger picture of philosophy


    Attract quality persons

    Attract quality persons

    • Know when & how to let some go

    • Know how to give reprimand

    • Know when you are in over your head and need to ask for help

    • Hard work and achievement will change people - make it a daily occurrence


    Teach shoshin ryu

    Shoshin Ryu Practitioners

    Quality in motion, heiho, waza & kokoro


    Take home

    take Home

    • SR Instructor’s Guidebook is there for you - use it

    • SR Instructor’s Certification has readings, rank requirements, student requirements, training requirements and a test - website use it.

    • Visit SMS and Permanent Dojo regularly

    • ONLY YOU can improve YOUR teaching


    Could this be your class skill why not

    Could this be YOUR class skill? Why not?


    Only you can make it happen

    Only YOU can make it happen

    • Thank you learning and refining your teaching

    • Thank you for making SR Teaching Certification a success by participating to start with

    • Thank you for your time, efforts and attention!


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