At 05:13 PM 11/11/99 -0500, you wrote:
>ok, it’s not very instructive, but hey…it’s my first bit of input since i
>started lurking on this list 3.5 years ago (thought it was time i tried being a
>voice once in a while). still, you might give it some thought.
** Thank you for putting in “Your Two Cents” to the NG. Surely “Mom” was
appreciative, and indeed many other unspoken others out there who share
“Mom’s” difficulties in learning to ride. If you feel that you’ve something
useful or constructive to offer … even a UNI JOKE to the News
Group, Just Do It!!
>i’m sure others with more teaching experience can be more helpful.
** All opinions are valuable in giving the learner something different to
consider. What works for one may not work for the next. Each learner has his own
style / technique for conquering “The Wobbles,” and would therefore have
something to contribute about his own path to success!! With all my students
throught the years, I like to show them what I expect, then how “I” do it, but
let them find their own way to that expectation.
IT’s AMAZING WHAT THE STUDENTS COME UP WITH!!
Let’s keep the ideas free-flowing … cuz we’re all “experts” in one
way or another.
Steve Dressler - VIA UNI MAIL Trainer For F.U.N. (The Filipino Unicycling
Network) & U.S.H.K. (The Unicycling Society of Hong Kong)