In this lesson, we explore development of a Strategic Teaching Plan — a high-level look at your teaching over a period of time, such as a season, month, or week.
Be aware of the many specific benefits from creating a Strategic Teaching Plan (a high-level look at your teaching over a period of time, such as a season, month, or week) and how to create one.
Differentiate strategic planning from creating an individual class plan. Name up to five examples of intentions for a strategic teaching plan. Discuss the teaching opportunity gained by planning ahead of time. Explain a benefit for students, and a specific opportunity for marketing and promotion. Describe how the focus you set in a plan can guide your practice and study. Discuss how strategic planning can make your overall class planning time more efficient and effective. Explain how considering your signature style can assist you in your planning. Describe various possible formats for your plan. Note how you can use seasonal considerations, philosophy and yoga tools in your planning, and specify resources you can you use to support you. Give an example of a monthly plan.
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