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Sports Psychology - Weekly Discussion Class (Teens)
In this class, we will chat about the mental side of sports. We will develop critical thinking and social skills as we discuss emotions, anxiety, confidence and more in baseball, basketball, football, hockey, soccer and more. #superstar
*Please note that this class is not mental training for athletes. This is a discussion-based class.* My goal is to create a meaningful, comfortable, social learning environment where students discuss interesting topics and connect with each other. This is a discussion-based class that helps students build speaking and listening skills. Students will look at real world examples of sports psychology topics and engage in a discussion. Here are some examples of discussion topics we may jump...
This class is taught in English.
Public speaking, active listening, supporting ideas and opinions.
I am a full-time Outschool teacher with a master's degree in Teaching and Special Education and a bachelor's degree in Psychology. I have worked as an educator for over 9 years including 4 years of online teaching. I am a lifelong sports fan who enjoys learning and teaching about sports. I love the storylines, statistics, and strategy that make sports great.
Meet the teacher
Welcome! I'm Daniel Fontana. I do my best to make my lessons fun, interesting, and meaningful for all students. I'm a firm believer that there are no mistakes in learning, just lessons. If you'd like to book any of my classes as a private class,...
1x per week
Completed by 7 learners
Live video meetings
1-4 learners per class