Principles of Teaching
Each individual will be presented with a task, which he and she can accomplish. After the task is accomplished through repetition, a new task will be given. Confidence and awareness grows through this process.
Find opportunities to give students compliments as often as possible.
Each compliment must be timely, real and tailored to each student.
Make mistakes is a part of learning process. However, repeated errors from neglecting instructions will be addressed and warned, followed by a disciplinary action.
No one needs to be exposed to unnecessary risk of injuries.
All training will be conducted in a safe manner with proper protective gears.
Training must build up, not tearing down your mind and body.
All instructions must be simple and easy to follow. Complicated and fancy techniques do not build physical & mental foundations.
Having fun in what you do is important for both children and adults.
The training sessions should be enjoyable and fun while not compromising its emphasis on discipline and physical fitness.
Supported by Master Konie Kwak of American Martial Arts Academy