Why is Sexual Assault Training Critical?

Science proves that our brains respond differently and uniquely in the event of a traumatic experience – like a sexual assault. Freezing up, “zoning out”, becoming immobile or paralyzed are all very real, very common reactions to an attack whether it’s at the hands of a stranger or far more likely, someone we know. When…

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Learning Physical Skills Online – Part 5

….. and here we are…. I think learning is possible, as I’ve discussed—and hopefully demonstrated. Possible is on the ticket, but what makes it probable? What makes learning physical skills online not only possible but probable? Nothing. Not. A. Damn. Thing. The reality is that it’s not any more probable than learning in a school.…

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Learning Physical Skills Online – Part 4

LIMITATIONS OF Format Having worked through different learning and teaching styles amongst other things, then what we must do to understand whether someone can be taught physical skills is work through the limitations of the format itself. So then just what are the limitations of the format? You can’t physically touch someone. You can’t physically…

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Learning Physical Skills Online – Part 3

We’ve looked at Learning Styles and Teaching Styles up to this point and defined what it is to learn and even the difference between learning and skill to some extent—excluding the topics of training and practice. Rather than move on too quickly, I want to chat very briefly about the terms training and practice. Often…

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Learning Physical Skills Online – Part 2

In part one I looked at the problems with learning physical skills, and in particular self-defense skills, online. I also defined what learning and skill is defined as, as well as what are considered the kinds of learning styles that people have. As with all things, most people cannot categorically be isolated into one style…

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