Camping. Friday , April 27th , 2018 - 22:40:49 PM
Is there classroom instruction? Some camp formats only offer classroom instruction and this type of camp is perfect for the less experienced official. Often the Field Training camps complement the training with the classroom to review play situations film and other teaching points. Classroom only camps typically are one day in length and start off with a key-note speaker followed by breakout sessions by position and/or emphasis on a skill such as goal line plays.
Summer‘s over and most parents and families are storing away memories of both summer and summer camp (if they attended of course). However there are many reasons to keep thinking about summer camps and camps in general. Don‘t put thoughts of camp on mothballs!
In addition to the two previously discussed camp types I want to point out two additional classifications: Classroom and Field Instruction. Due to the limited availability of spring football some camps are conducted in a classroom-only mode. Others guarantee live snaps on the field at colleges and universities when teams are conducting spring scrimmages. Both can be valuable learning experiences and I wanted to point out this difference as we discuss our checklist.
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