I'm helping running a local hill. Everybody works for free and the local non-profit sports club owns the stuff.
We're buying some gates and are going to try to get some training started.
In a few weeks a school has rented the hill and was told we can set a course if they like.
Now I was asked to help them with some kind of instruction.
Normally I don't have any problems recommending drills and assist with stuff, but I'm thinking that in a bus load of school kids, only some will probably be interested, and the levels will probably be very different.
I'm thinking about how this scenario would be dealt with the smartest way. Do you guys have any suggestions what I should do? I don't want to become a booring teacher spoiling their fun day away from school.
In a way I'm not sure the kids need me at all. But as I was asked, I think it's best to be there and try to be of assistance in some way. But how? :)
Note: I was a ski instructor in the 90's. I'm not asking for drills. I'm more asking for how to approach this, not knowing if my services are wanted by the students.
(Hope my english is comprehensible)