Dance teachers, ever wonder what your dance students really want? Our guest Ella, a young dance student, writes to tell you.
Kids are naturally creative but we want them to think while they are moving, too! If you are having trouble getting young dancers to make their movements interesting, Maria shares how to facilitate creativity with questions.
Socrates believes that asking the right questions is essential to learning and teaching. Do you ask your dance students about their expectations, goals, and interests?
Inviting master teachers, guest instructors, or visiting artists to teach at your school can be an enriching and motivating experience for dancers of all ages. Make the most of this experience by fully engaging in your role as host. As you prepare, participate, and reflect on your visitor’s class, workshop, or residency, use this checklist as a guide.
The do’s and don’ts for getting your teacher’s attention in class. Examples of appropriate moments. How to recognize an emergency situation.