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Teaching any workshop can be daunting. A new environment and new students can bring new pressures. Here are tips to have a successful workshop with additional PoleCon-specific tips based on feedback from our attendee surveys.Be preparedMake sure you are prepared for your workshop. Know the name and description of your workshop and plan your class in advance. If you name specific moves in your description, make sure you actually teach those moves. Have variations for different levels including different entrances and exits if possible to anticipate the needs of as many students as possible. Listing prerequisites in your description (such as “must have aerial shoulder mount”) can help — but not guarantee—that all students attending your workshop are level-appropriate. Balance the needs of all your students and beware spending too much time with one student and risk losing control of the entire class.Be positiveThings may not always run smoothly. Maybe you’re having a tough…
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