Not a question but a compliment from a visitor that makes all the work I put into TKDTutor.com worth while.
I have been studying TKD for some time now, and in the last year I have moved into instruction. Next week I am changing from assistant to instructor and taking over the class I have studied at for more than a decade, and my fears and doubts were eating me up. I didn't know if I was up to it, I didn't think I could be the instructor the students deserved, I simply didn't know if I could cut it.
Then I started studying your site, and it has been like a weight lifted from my shoulders. It is already in a few days a fantastic resource for myself as a student, but more importantly, it has made me believe in myself as an instructor.
The things you cite as being the difference between a mere instructor and a professional instructor, for example, I may not do them all but I strive to do the ones I knew, and the areas I never even imagined I will now put into practice. The teaching principles, such as chunking, or learning rates - again, I try my best to utilize those I knew, and will practice those I have now begun learning.
The combination of reinforcement that I have been doing some of the right things, and the directions to do more if not all - I can't thank you enough. And I know my students will thank you because your help will go a long way to giving them the instructor they deserve. And my own instructor will thank you, because the help you've already given me, yet alone the help as I use your site more, brings me closer to honoring him properly.