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Trial Classes. Four Reasons They Help Grow Your Baton Progam.

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Trial Classes. Four Reasons They Help Grow Your Baton Progam.

Trial classes are a great promotional tool for teacheres to use to grow their baton twirling programs! Learn more about this important recruiting tool! 

 

 

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Online Baton Twirling Class; How Does It Work? What to Expect.

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Baton Twirling Unlimited is excited to offer a new way for twirlers of all ages to learn baton twirling, an online baton twirling class.  Here's a few fast facts to decide if this works for you. What is the best age for taking an online class? We say ages 8 to 108 is the best age for our online baton twirling class.  What do I need to be successful in this class? Our students need to be comfortable learning from a video and using our app or website.  Students also need a baton, small space to twirl, access to the internet...

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Growing Your Baton Program! Simple Steps To Attracting New Students.

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Growing Your Baton Program! Simple Steps To Attracting New Students.

Learn the basic steps for starting a baton twirling program in your area.

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All Day Clinics and Practices For Competitive Twirlers.

All Day Clinics and Practices For Competitive Twirlers.

Hosting an All Day Clinic for Competition Baton Twirlers.

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Positive Language, Part III. Encouraging Students To Use Positive Language.

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Positive Language, Part III. Encouraging Students To Use Positive Language.

If you have read parts I  and II are of this  series, you have seen that there is a shift for educators to use positive language to guide what we want children to do versus telling them what we don't want from them. In part II, you evaluated your own language to see if you have any communication that is negative focused versus positive (and we  all do, I catch myself all  the time reverting back to a negative language pattern).  In part III, we encourage you to have your students begin to  use positive language in  their self-talk and...

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