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- Sep 3, 2009
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Pretty much, yes. There are also some factual essays, like questions about the history of TKD and the MDK, but mostly about perceptions, views, attitudes, goals.I just don’t know much about tkd but I’m curious as i am about any MA. So more about how your training is affecting the whole person? I mean, that makes sense to me on multiple levels. A gauge if you will. How many students do you have? How many in say, the average adult class at one time?
My teaching has always been free, in a YMCA-based program. I have zero interest in commercial schools.
Class size varies wildly. For the most part, the students are people who could never afford the financial or time commitment most commercial ventures ask for. So it's not uncommon for people to train sporadically. I think the smallest class I've ever taught was 5-6 people. The largest about 50. On average, I'd say 20-25 in a class would be typical.