TTI Courses


"The Teacher is accorded a great privilege, that of guiding and often shaping the thoughts and actions of others.”            Marion Broer,  'Efficiency of Human Movement'

How to Use TTI


For those who have taught little or no tennis:

Our five one-week courses have been created in a sequence that will be most beneficial to you. We strongly advise that you begin with course number 1 ‘Foundations’ and follow that with course number 2 ‘All About The Strokes’.


For experienced teachers who have a desire to enhance their skills and knowledge:

We suggest that you take a look at the content of our one-week courses as well as the workshops. Based upon your self assessment, feel free to select any course or portion thereof that will satisfy your needs. If you are unable to find what you need, call us and we will create a way to meet your need.


TII COURSES:



Course #1


Foundations

of Tennis

Teaching


This course has been designed to equip tennis teachers with a foundation on which to build their teaching expertise. The purpose of the course is to give each and every teacher a better understanding of:
 

·  Our Roles as Teachers
·  Tennis Fundamentals 

·  Tennis and the Body in Motion

·  Teacher-Student Communications
·  Understanding Your Students as Athletes
·  Development Process - How Students (Kids and Adults)             learn





 Course #2

All about the strokes 


The purpose of this course is to examine and explore some of the physical concepts and sequences that we as tennis teachers need to clearly understand in order to provide our students with a foundation that will allow them to be fundamentally sound tennis players.


·   Styles vs Principles

·   Transferable Skills vs Finite Skills

·   Relationship of the Racket to the Ball

·   The Principles of Human Movement

·   Understanding Variables vs Constants

·   The Core of Each Stroke
·  "Shaping" the Strokes





Course #3


Developmental
Teaching


The purpose of the developmental lesson is to provide young tennis players with a foundation that will allow them to grow without limit both as tennis players and as athletes. This course is designed to give each participant the tools they will need in order to effectively mold and shape their students
.


·  
Developmental Lessons

·   Private and Group Lesson Formats

·   The body – Stretching and warm-ups

·   Understanding Athletic Development

·   Strokes: Forehand, Backhand, Serve, Volley,
    Drop shots, Overhead, Lobs

·   Understanding the learning process

·   Grips and Stances

·   Footwork and Movement

 



Course #4


Skills

Specific

Teaching


The Skills Specific Lesson is the lesson given by tennis teachers to meet the immediate and specific needs of their students. In order to be an effective “skills” teacher, participants need to be proficient in the areas of analysis, communication and must understand the learning process of the athlete. Areas of focus will include:

·   Skill Specific Lessons

·   Private Lesson

·   Understanding the Learning Process

·   Creating Junior Development Programs

·   Spins and more Spins

·   Stroke and Player Analysis

 




Course #5


All About 
Coaching 


Coaching is the process of helping people and teams perform at the peak of their abilities. It involves drawing out people's strengths and helping them to bypass personal barriers and limits." - Robert Dilts 

This course is designed to better equip coaches as they strive to help others reach new heights.


·   
Understanding of % Tennis

·   The Big 3 plus 1

·   The Seven Strategies

·   Doubles 101

·   Designing and Directing Practice

·   Effective Communication for Coaches

·   Match Play Coaching




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