11. Millennial Online Debate Courses

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Millennial Speech & Debate offers tutoring support for both individual debaters and speech and debate teams across the country.

Taiwan Exclusive Contact and Agency – Asian Debate League


A. Discussion Forum

Learning Objective: This is a semi-private, group discussion forum. The purpose of this forum is to provide a 24-hour, discussion platform that is not only limited to the usual once a week class time. Anytime a student has a debate-related question or has something to share with others, they can post their questions or thoughts on this forum. Coaches answer students’ questions at their earliest available time and encourage group discussions. Aside from answering questions, coaches feed to this device the daily topic-specific updates, thoughts, and information about the upcoming tournaments. As a result, students’ background knowledge and confidence level in the given topic increase.

Price:

  • Option A) Student Proaccounts (USD $99/year)
  • Option B) Institutional Account(USD $219/year)
  • ** MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE, EVERYONE STARTS & ENDS AT THE SAME TIME, AND NO REFUND WHEN YOU MISS A GROUP CLASS!

B. ADL Group Coaching

Learning Objective: This additional option is designed to meet the specific needs of six (minimum) – eight (maximum) debate students (in Public Forum, Policy, or LD debate) for a single month on a particular topic. You must be already a member of the discussion forumeither Student Pro or Institution Account by per hour coaching for this service.  Instruction will include (a) private, interactive topic lecture through Slack video conferencing services; (b) draft Public Forum cases and student case review; (c) argument development support; (d) each student’s personal case review; (e) each student’s practice speech and practice debate feedback.

Price:

  • Option A) USD $2,400 for six students.
  • Option B) USD $2,600 for eight students. This will provide up to 16 hours of directed instruction on a given debate topic.
  • ** MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE, EVERYONE STARTS & ENDS AT THE SAME TIME, AND NO REFUND WHEN YOU MISS A GROUP CLASS!

C. Non-ADL Institutional Coaching

Learning Objective: This is an additional option that is a team-based tutoring at the discretion of the coach. It is designed to meet the specific needs of one debate club/group of students. They must be already a member of the discussion forum – Institution Account.

  • Option A) USD $399 package includes five hours of team-based or individual-based coaching. Additional hours will be at a discounted rate of $65/hour.
  • Option B) USD $750 monthly package includes 16 hours monthly Public Forum Topic preparation for one club/school. Instruction will include (a) private, interactive topic lecture through Slack video conferencing services; (b) argument development support; (c) student case draft strategy; (d) any debate assistance specific to each club/group at the coach’s discretion
  • ** MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE, EVERYONE STARTS & ENDS AT THE SAME TIME, AND NO REFUND WHEN YOU MISS A GROUP CLASS!


D. Summer Millennial Debate & Math Camps

Learning Objective: Please read Kelly’s mom and Jessie’s comments below to understand the importance of summer debate camps in the U.S. They must be already a member of the discussion forum – Institution Account.

PriceGroup discount — 8 or more kids — USD $2,495 each

Millennial Beginners — Public Forum Debate

http://millennialsdi.com/programs/public-forum-beginners/

Millennial Elite — Public Forum Debate

http://millennialsdi.com/programs/public-forum-millennial-elite/


ADL-Affiliated Online Teachers

Asian Debate League is the Exclusive Contact and Agent in Taiwan of the following coaches. Please contact ADL if you are interested in online courses with the US Top-Tier Debate Coaches from the US.


Stefan.jpgStefan Bauschard
 has been a policy debate coach for the Harvard University Debate Council for many years, and currently the Debate Coach for Lakeland School District, Stefan has been actively teaching speaking and debating in the United States at both the high school and college levels since 1994. During that time, he has taught hundreds of students, developed and tabulated more than seventy-five tournaments, spent thousands of hours developing research and instructional materials for debaters all over the country, and has developed academic speech and debate workshops in the United States and abroad.

Stefan is available for Public Forum coaching.


Brian Manuel

Brian Manuel is the Director of Policy Debate at Stanford University and the Director of Debate at Edgemont High School. Prior to Stanford, Brian coached for Harvard University, where his teams were greatly successful achieving multiple First Round At-Large bids to the National Debate Tournament and participating in elimination rounds at every tournament they attended. At Stanford, Brian has coached teams to the elimination rounds of the National Debate Tournament, Cross-Examination Debate Association National Championship along with the University of Missouri-Kansas City, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Arizona State, Gonzaga, and San Francisco State University. On the high school circuit, Brian has coached the champions of the 2003 Bronx Science, 2008 Barkley Forum, 2011 Meadows & USC tournaments, and the 2012 Golden Desert Invitational. In addition, Brian has had multiple teams in the elimination rounds of the Tournament of Champions, NDCA, NCFL, and NSDA Nationals with finals finishes in 2007 and 2012, in addition to coaching the top speaker at NSDA Nationals in 2013. In 2015, Brian began coaching debate at Edgemont high school.  In his first year, Brian coached one Policy team to the TOC, with the team earning 6 TOC bids and reaching the quarterfinals at Harvard. One of the debaters was accepted to Harvard and the other to Stanford. In only his second year at Edgement (2016-17), he has grown the team to more than 50 debaters.

Brian will be tutoring in Policy, PD, and Lincoln-Douglas.


Mikaeala Malsin

Dr. Mikaeala Malsin is currently the Director of Debate at Georgetown University. Previously, she was an Associate Director of Debate at Emory University, her alma mater. At Emory Mikaela has coached multiple first round at large bids to the National Debate Tournament, and one team who placed third in the Copeland award rankings. In 2012, she received an M.A. in Communications from Wake Forest University, where she coached teams receiving first round bids and clearing at the National Debate Tournament. She completed her Ph.D. in Communication Studies at the University of Georgia, where she coached from 2012 to 2015. Mikaela has taught debate at the Emory National Debate Institute, the Dartmouth Debate Institute, the Georgia Debate Institute, and the Dallas Urban Debate Alliance summer institute.

Mikaela will be tutoring in Policy Debate and Public Forum.


bilalBilal Butt is currently Assistant Director and the Public Forum Debate coach at Ardrey Kell High School. This year (2016-17), his teams closed out Yale and reached finals of Wake Forest and semifinals of the New York City and Glenbrooks Invitational. In 2015-16, his team received seven bids and reached the octafinals of the Tournament of Champions The were the runner-up at the Blake tournament and the Blake Round Robin and reached the octafinals of the Harvard tournament while also “championing” the Laird Lewis Invitational.

Bilal is available for Public Forum coaching.


Kevin hKevin Hamrick is the Director of Debate at Montgomery Bell Academy.  This year his teams have dominated the national policy circuit, winning St. Mark’s, New Trier, and the Glenbrooks. His teams have also advanced to the elimination rounds at every other major tournament. Prior to coaching at Montgomery Bell, Kevin coached at Northwestern, where he assisted with coaching multiple national champions.

Kevin be tutoring in Policy Debate.

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