Hello parents, teams, and coaches!
The USAT team hopes you had a wonderful return to the competition on Friday. The program benefits from feedback, but did you know that having your students reflect on how the Meet went as a group can be a powerful team-building tool? If you are looking for something to do at your next practice, here are a few questions that you can use at any time to get the conversation going about Mind Sprint challenges.
- Describe Mind Sprints you’ve done before.
- If you could change any of the rules from a Mind Sprint you did, what would you change?
- What skills did someone need in order to do well in each Mind Sprint?
- Did any of the challenges remind you of things you’ve done before?
- If you could design your own Mind Sprint challenge, what would it be? How would you want to score it?
- DIVE DEEPER: Why not give it a try? Give your students 30 minutes to design a Mind Sprint of their own. They may not finish, but it’s fun to think about how to design one!
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