Teaching to a Variety of Different Abilities in One Class, Part 2: Seven Tips to Teaching to a Mixed Class

In Part 1, we discussed the four different categories that differentiate your riders.. Here are seven tips to get you thinking about teaching to a mixed class:

  1. Call to all, yet teach to each

This simple technique often elicits a group response, but leaves each rider feeling personally addressed. It involves asking probing questions that do not seek answers but rather responses. Each rider may hear the question differently, depending on their experience, goals, and current challenges. Some examples of a probing question might be:


Teaching to a Variety of Different Abilities in One Class, Part 1: Three Categories of Riders

Teaching to a Variety of Different Abilities in One Class, Part 2: Seven Tips to Teaching to a Mixed Class

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