Following up from one of my recent articles in 32 Degrees, George and I recently sat down to chat about teaching kids to snowboard for the PSIA-AASI First Chair Podcast. Check out my article, tune in to the podcast, and then let me know your thoughts on teaching the extra young kiddos to snowboard!
Over the summer I took on the role of Chair for the Rocky Mountain Snowboard Education Committee. In a recent article for the PSIA-AASI Rocky Mountain newsletter I explained what the committee is and our vision for continuing to evolve the snowboard education process…
Here’s an excerpt:
It’s been an awesome few years for the Rocky Mountain division, and as we plan for the next few, I’m excited to introduce myself as the new Snowboard Education Committee Chair.
So what is the snowboard education committee? It’s a question I’ve heard a dozen times in the last few months, and my answer changes a bit every time. Essentially, it’s a group of seven passionate, dedicated volunteers, who’ve been elected by the RM Education Staff to continue the development of our division while holding to the national standards and maintaining the quality we’ve all grown accustomed to. The committee is largely responsible with balancing feedback from our members, member schools, the RM office, and national standards while maintaining a level of consistency, honoring our past, and looking to the future.
Check out the full article on PSIA-AASI Rocky Mountain’s website: http://www.psia-rm.org/the-scoop/sliding-sideways-rocky-mountain