Every parent in the current dispensation is thrilled by their children manifesting their talents early enough. This is to give them (parents) enough time to nurture them and on the other hand save time in the realization of the said talents. The parents think that when their kids get to know about their talents early enough, they can have ample time in perfecting them. In this regard, ClassDojo has noted the significance of mentoring young athletes in America. They aim to create a positive culture that will enable young children to excel in the classroom of athletics.
ClassDojo has partnered with some of the most commendable Olympics and Paralympics institutions in the US to mentor young children. David Boudia, one of the most successful Olympic divers, notes that focus is key in the realization and mentoring of young children. He encourages the young kids to avoid any form of distractions and focus on how they can accomplish their goals. He says that it can be extremely difficult to accomplish the set goals with the said distractions. Another key lesson that the class will pay profound interest in is diversity. Sophia Herzog will tackle this imperative topic of diversity. The silver medal holder in the Rio championships in 2016 explains how diversity is imperative in succeeding.
Having been born with dwarfism, she explains to the classroom how diversity helped her in achieving her goals. She attributes her success to diversity as it strengthens the bonds that one has entangled with may it be the classroom or family. She says that for the four years she worked with the Champion Classroom, she found the experience to be rewarding. ClassDojo in partnership with the NBC Olympics has made learning in the classroom worth it as it encompasses new life series. The children who will be mentored are the stars to look out for in the future championships.
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