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This video has been designed as an educational resource for teachers looking for inspiration to diversify their courses or for future teachers looking for training.
This 12-minute video shows a set of teaching strategies aimed at learning Kata for children and beginners.
The first part deals with the theories of learning on which the various teaching strategies developed in the second part will be based.
In conclusion, the progress benchmarks proposed to teachers will allow them to understand and interpret the work carried out by their students in order to promulgate the most appropriate instructions for them with regard to their needs.
Duration: 12 minutes
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Professor of physical education and sports and state graduate in Karate, Alain Foltzer is responsible for the executive school of the Limousin League from 2004 to 2008, former member of the national children's commission of the French Karate Federation (FF-Karate) and webmaster of the site Infokarate.com dedicated since 2001 to the training of Karate teachers (80,000 visitors per month). Alain Foltzer is also a trainer of Physical education and sports teachers in combat sports.
Director of the 5 DVDs "The pedagogical way" and of this educational series, all the videos offered on Infokaraté are particularly innovative and useful educational resources for any teacher in charge of one or more groups of children as well as for AFA, DAF, DIF, CQP and DEJEPS candidates of the French Karate Federation.
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