Online Danzan Ryu Class Instructor Proposal Online Danzan Ryu Class Proposal Please use the form below to tell us about the online Danzan Ryu class that you would like to teach. We sincerely want to support your participation in the delivery of online Danzan Ryu classes. Thank you! Instructor Information Name * Name of the person applying to teach Email Address * Email address where we can reliably reach you AJJF Rank * I am an AJJF Professor I am an AJJF Senior Instructor I am an AJJF Black Belt AJJF Membership Number * AJJF Membership Expiration Date * You must be a current AJJF member to teach an AJJF Online Danzan Ryu class. Lifetime members: enter 01/01/2029. Background Screen Status My background screen status is current My background screen needs to be renewed, I will do so very soon Please contact me about background screening Please ensure that your background screen status is current. If you are unsure, select the 'contact me' option. Class Proposal Please choose a Danzan Ryu martial arts and/or healing arts topic. This can be any Danzan Ryu board, core concept or applied concept. Topics appropriate for an online Danzan Ryu class are similar to topics appropriate for National Convention. At this time we are not accepting class proposals for non-Danzan Ryu topics. Very Short Class Topic Name * Class topic in just one or a few words Class Title * Short class title that captures the essence of the class Class Level * Beginner (e.g., white belt or blue belt - and up) Intermediate (e.g., blue belt, green belt or brown belt - and up) Black Belt Indicate rank required to attend this class. Black Belt Rank Requirement * Shodan and up Nidan and up Sandan and up Yodan and up Exertion Level of Attendees During Class * Lecture Only Low Moderate High Indicate what attendees can expected when attending this class. Lecture-to-Activity Ratio During Class * Lecture Only Lecture with Some Activity Approximately 50-50 Some Lecture, Mostly Active Indicate what attendees can expected when attending this class. Attendee Dress Code * Gi required Gi optional Gi not needed Indicate whether you want attendees of your class to wear a uniform. Class Description * Describe your class in a way that informs potential attendees and attracts them to your class. Keep in mind that new students may not be familiar with some of the technical terms we use on the mat. Bio * Please provide a short bio to go with the class description. Class Schedule Select day-of-the-week and time-of-day for a weekly one hour class. You can select whatever weekday and time-of-day you like. Consider day/time selections that will make your class accessible to students. Classes will run within a calendar month, e.g., March 2020. Your class should include anywhere from one to four class sessions within a calendar month. Calendar Month * February 2020 March 2020 Select the calendar month in which you would teach the proposed class. Class proposals are currently being accepted for the calendar month(s) in the list. Day of the Week * Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Select the preferred day of the week for a weekly class during the selected month. Class Time of Day * 8 am 9 am 10 am 11 am Noon 1 pm 2 pm 3 pm 4 pm 5 pm 6 pm 7 pm 8 pm Select the preferred start time of the one-hour weekly recurring class. Time Zone * Hawaii Pacific Mountain Central Eastern Enter the time zone of the Class Time of Day Number of class sessions * One Two Three Four How many one-hour class sessions will your class be offered during the month. In other words, will your class be a single session, or multiple? Additional Time/Date Information Add any additional comments or requests about the dates and times of your proposed class. If desired, let us know if you are open to alternative days/times. Minimum Number of Attendees A course may be cancelled if there are fewer than five paid attendees. If you would like to set a higher or a lower minimum number of attendees for your class, enter the minimum number here. Online Instruction Online instruction is different than in-person instruction. Consider ways to use the online format and technology in a way that enhances the learning experience of students in the class. Use your great talent, deep experience and unique creativity to bridge the gap between you and your remote class attendees. For helpful information, link here to the Instructor Guide to Home-Safe Online Sanctioned Events. Comfort Level with Teaching Danzan Ryu via Zoom * Expert Very Comfortable Comfortable Somewhat Comfortable Newbie Online classes will use Zoom videoconference technology. Rate your comfort level with using Zoom to deliver online instruction. Zoom Feature Use Breakout Rooms Spotlight Chat Screen Share Poll Multiple Cameras Select the zoom features that you plan to use in your class. Check all that apply. Props and Materials List any props or materials that class participants will need. Indicate whether props/materials are optional or required. Additional Comments Please enter any questions or other comments. If you are human, leave this field blank.