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    History of the Grading System by Dr Mike Callan

    Jonesy
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    Post by Jonesy Mon Jun 01, 2015 8:50 am

    http://www.judospace.com/upload/History_of_the_Grading_system_-_Dr_M_Callan_30May15_for_BJA.pdf
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    Post by finarashi Tue Jun 02, 2015 6:11 pm

    Much good stuff there, but includes some "facts" that posts on this (and former) forum have shown dubious. So still waiting for the final presentation ...
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    History of the Grading System by Dr Mike Callan Empty interesting informations

    Post by noboru Tue Jun 02, 2015 11:30 pm

    Very nice document with some interesting informations:
    - Budokwai Yudansha list
    - about Kano convened a meeting to form a Kodokan Yudanshakai (a black belt association) of Great Britain in 1934 in London

    Some quotes about grading ...

    Shin-Gi-Tai (mind, skill, body)
    The three components of the grade are:
    1."Tai" (the body) that one could materialize in the assessment of the individual by the results in competition.
    2."Gi" (the survey, work) that is valued by the student's technical knowledge.
    3."Shin" (the mind), the most difficult to value, that materializes by the engagement towards the others and the judo, the radiance, the example.
    In the beginning of a judoka's life, until 3rd dan the "Taï" aspect is very important, then the "Gi" aspect until 5th dan and finally the "Shin".
    The three components must always be present, but it is their value that varies according to the progress in the grade. It is to note that the "Tai" value is compulsory to progress in the grades.
    Indeed one cannot have an education system based on the practice without making compulsory the result in the practice.
    •(IJF Dan ranks and grades)


    “While the general public often believes that wearing a black belt means that one is an expert, in reality the awarding of the 1st degree black belt in judo signifies instead that the student is now truly ready to begin learning judo.” (IJF 2015)
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    Post by Jonesy Wed Jun 03, 2015 6:45 am

    That quote at the bottom has existed long before the IJF and long before 2015.
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    Post by NBK Wed Jun 03, 2015 9:41 am

    Very nice, thanks for posting.
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    Post by davidn Thu Jun 04, 2015 4:28 am

    very interesting. thanks for sharing

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