Manage your dance studio inbox with time-saving tips that strengthen your communication with parents and streamline your business, leaving more time for the things you love (like dancing and teaching).
Time to circle up! 12 bloggers have gathered in our circle to share their posts on setting goals. Learn new strategies, try the tips, and check in with your own goal-setting methods and resolve. A perfect time to re-focus your energy on meeting objectives, both big and small.
Would you like to manage your office remotely, improve intercommunication, and more easily process tuition, gather feedback, and market your dance studio? If so, give these 5 tools (many of them free) a try.
The ways movement is inspired, how it is developed, edited, and finally presented is a process. Concert dance is all about the intent and the journey, which lead to the product. If this idea is new to you, here is a ten-step list of how to engage in a process from K-12 teacher, Heather Vaughan-Southard.
Tired of the noise coming from your dance studio viewing area disrupting your classes? You’re not alone! Here are suggestions for keeping parents, students, siblings – did I say parents? – occupied & motivated to stay quiet in the lobby.
Everyone is nervous on the first day of a new class but it can be especially hard for young dancers. This article is packed with great tips for teachers as Stacey Pepper Schwartz shares her methods for easing the anxieties of the children in her classes as well as how she addresses a crying, timid, or non-participating child.