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Musical Theatre for Preteen Series: PART I: Technique & Cen…

As we are now well into the first couple months of the new season, it’s a great time for musical theatre teachers to start adding to their curriculum! In this series, we will look at the many components of technique …

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Tools for Teaching Choreography-Composition 101- PART I

Deciding to incorporate improvisation and/or choreography composition into your program is undoubtedly a great addition to enhance the dimension of a dancer’s educational training. Whether you tack it on at the end of modern class or devote a whole class …

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The Ten Most Important Tips For Successful Email Marketing

If you are not using email marketing for your clients and prospective clients you are missing out on a great opportunity to not only build better lines of communication with your customers, but also to continue to sell to them. …

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Back In Session: Starting On The Right Foot To A New Studio…

With the summer of 2010 now behind us, it’s now time for dance teachers and studio owners to rev up for the new season. From personal experience, the fall always seems to be the time of year when my energy …

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The Value Of Knowledge Beyond Movement

From my experiences as both a student and a teacher, I have come to recognize that learning the why’s and how’s of technique, composition, history, anatomy and more is what ultimately separates the dancer who watches, repeats and may perform …

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Assessment in Dance Education

Having just returned from the celebrated, inaugural Dance Teacher Web Conference in Lake Las Vegas and a successful teacher-talk session on Dance in the K-12 Setting, I’d like to contribute some more information regarding many of the attendees’ questions on …

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Integrating Choreography-Composition Into Your Curriculum

Every dance teacher has moments of epiphany. For me, it’s when I look at students and recognize their potential to attain a professional dance career, long before they can realize it themselves. As teachers, we have the advantage of insight …

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Dance Educating vs. Dance Training

There has always been much emphasis placed on creative movement within K-12 dance education. However, the concept of integrating formal, more sophisticated improvisation and choreography-composition classes within the private sector has often been overlooked. As someone who just finished her …

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Dance Education in the K-12 Setting:

Requirements and Certifications In our last article we looked at what exactly dance in the K-12 setting is and how you as studio owners and dance teachers within the private sector can understand the dance education being provided within your …

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