*epic montage of them playing with lit music*
it wasn't that easy though. I first had to ask them their strengths and weaknesses, what they wanted to work on etc. I measured it like this (transition to next slide)
All content on their strengths, weaknesses and free throws
so as you can see from these stats, they weren't very good at shooting, and they were best at lay-ups. So I focused on getting their shooting up. I measured it by making them shoot 10 free throws before I trained them and then 10 after I trained them to see if my drills made a difference.
There was a dramatic change in their free throws, almost all of the kids increased their shooting from 40% and below from 70% and above (which is awesome) *them playing in the background while I talk about this stuff.
I also created a survey and sent it out to the kids on if they actually got better and what I need to improve for next time. I also had the coaches answer some questions about how my work was *put down computer, say bye*
survey, teachers opinion, (evaluation)
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