clearly, just my opinionated, judgemental antidogma.
....more of an examination of the overlap of techniques employed by pro ski racers, pro snowboard racers, and great coaches, in order to find a divergent and stronger ski teaching/learning base guideline, and then utilizing corrollary morphological concerns and course tactics to improve free skiing and free (snowboard) riding.
in combination with these disciplines, the successfully applied concept of hyper dynamic (constantly moving) class dynamics, and demonstrating once for every two student runs, exagerrated pantomime, etc, is examined to get newbies carving linked turns in their first few hours of either boarding or skiing (the idea is to teach both sports almost identically).
as my best coach told me on my first day of pro training:
"JJ- when you do well, i'm not going to say a thing- as a professional you should know when you've nailed it, and we won't waste any time discussing it. I'll only tell you what you're doing wrong...at this level, that's all you need to work on"
initially, positive reinforcement is the move...by a long shot!
as we move on out of intermediacy, we need only consider what it is we're doing wrong. as instructors and coaches, we need to employ this elite-weltcup level concept to out upper-level classes, to allow them to intuit their good habits, and work out their bad. this makes upper-level breakthroughs a thing of routine, in good classes.
as evidenced in these threads, i'm a huge proponent of skating and hop turns. hop-turns bring vertical motion and both up and down and unweighting all together, unconsciously, and skating brings edge transition, diverging turn initiation and carving all together , unconsciously, as well.
let the good habits be intuited, unconsciously, by our "physiological subconscious", and let the bad be consciously worked out with focused drills which exaggerate the diametric opposite of the negative movements.
most important features: developing "The Eye" as a coach/instructor (ultimately the two vocations should become one in the same), and compiling a huge and diverse bag of tricks.
sound like anything you'd wanna peruse?