Coming back into the studio is great. But keeping social distance is still advisable. How does this affect our teaching style as a dance teacher? And how do we keep in mind and cater to the different learning styles of our students. Let’s discuss.
Here is your checklist before starting your ballet class. Making sure you have taken care of everything on this list ensures a relaxed and focused start of your class. You will be able to give your full attention to your students immediately because you have no distractions and have everything prepared. Use this checklist and you have an easy system in place and can enjoy a calm start.
Ideally, we all want the customer to seek out our ballet school by the quality we deliver and the professionalism of the teachers an the entire school. But, unfortunately, that is not how it works. By holding interviews with (potential) cutomers, it turns out that quality and taching experience are not at all main reasons to choose a school.
I did my own research and this article contains my findings.
7 tips on how NOT to be a great balletteachers. A list of annoying things that obviously do not work well, if you want to be a great ballet teacher. Be aware of the things on this list, so you can improve yourself and your teaching style.
Picking the right music can be a hassle and a time consuming job. But with these five handy tips, you are going to save some time. And find the right music in no time. To find the right music you need to determine a few things first: How old are you students? How old are…