Learning by doing. Sports is physical, so i think the best way to learn is to do the activities physical. Play and learn is a good way to take away the focus on performance, and therefore more focus of having fun. That makes it easier for those who aren't very athletic to keep there motivation up.
I'm a social worker with history of working at elementary school, after school program and people with mental disorders. Here have I been organizing different types of physical exercising. I also have one year of sports science at an university.
I don't have a car and don't know yet how easy/difficult it is to travel around, but willing to figure it out together :)
Finstad elementary school - Assistant, 2011-2013. Did also do home work help and worked at after school program.
Ski elementary school - Swimming life guard, 2010-2011.
Social work - Assistant, 2014-2018.
Bachelor in Social work, 2014-2017
Played soccer most of my life, but have also played handball when I was younger + different team sports on my leisure time.
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