Posts Tagged ‘dance style’

July 2011 | Killer Combos

Combo classes. The words are enough to strike fear into the heart of many a studio owner. For students and parents, the idea can be tantalizing, fun, and affordable—a little bit of everything, like an appetizer sampler.

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The Many Languages of Dance

A single, simple word, “dance,” describes an art form that is as multihued as a garden allowed to run wild and as diverse as the world’s population. The varied genres and stylistic differences in dance are like languages, and becoming fluent in more than one gives dancers depth and adaptability.

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Higher-Ed Voice | The Meaning of Mastery

What does it mean to master something? As teachers, we strive for mastery so that we can impart our knowledge to our students in the most effective way possible. But how can we achieve it?

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