I've narrowed it down to 2 areas of personal and professional interest. First, there's the sport site...using this online location as the one place to inform a larger focus group: everyone in our school and local community.
Then there's another area that absorbs my interest, the 'face to face' interaction I have with a selected group of children, like the sports council (house / sport captains) and the 'gifted' students who are in every sports team - these children that I see almost daily. My desire is to see them become all rounded happy athletes, who embrace education and develop a resilient and reputable character.
|Undefeated Winners of the Auckland Cricket U12's Girls|
Quikhit Grade 2015/2016 season - Melville Park, Epsom
The second group is the one that drives my practise to become a better teacher, coach and manager. But maybe one way to work smarter and to reach a larger number of athletes and the community (apart from the sports council & gifted students), is by developing the sport site as the hub for everyone. A place to learn from, to teach from, to inform, to celebrate, to accelerate.
Okay, now that I've made that decision on what to focus my teaching inquiry on, I need to share what's been going on...