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“This Breakthrough New Teaching Method Gives Primary School Children More Confidence, Motivation And Happiness In The Classroom…”

A perfect way to start off your 2022 teaching year.

This fun free workshop allows ANY primary school teacher to create and teach an engaging dance class… regardless of their dance experience.

 

NEXT EVENTS:

Tuesday 25th January 2022

Wednesday 2nd February 2022

 

LOCATION:

Australia & New Zealand

Online via ZOOM

Our Workshops Can Now Be Attended FREE Through Zoom!

Frequently Asked Questions:

This special online event will be the exact same content usually taught during our live events, just via ZOOM!

This lets us reach more people, without the hassle of traffic, parking and social distancing!

Naturally, there’s a lot of incredible content to get through, with both practical and theoretical elements. There will be a downloadable pdf for you to take notes and keep, mixed with some practical elements where you get to see how our tools work in action.

Yes, because we use the “Freemium” marketing method. Like Google and many companies these days, we deliver great value for FREE and a small % of people decide to learn more about our premium, face-to-face programs.

As a dance provider naturally we have other programs available, however, it’s up to you if you’d like to consider any of them. During the course we spend just 10 minutes on the day explaining our programs, the rest of the time is jam-packed with practical steps you can use right away.

How to build your own choreography and structure it in a way that is simple and effective, yet still challenging for your students.

How to layer the teaching of your choreography. Our process of boosting engagement and developing confidence.

Tools for engaging every child in your class, including how to incorporate Growth Mindset strategies into your dance teaching.

NO PROBLEM!

We all start somewhere. What better way to demonstrate Growth Mindsets to your students that by trying something new and outside of your own comfort zone.

Plus, our tools simple and effective, and you don’t need to be a professional dancer to be able to implement them. We even show you some ways to get your children doing the creating and teaching for you.

We have seen that countless teachers barely scrape the edges with the dance curriculum and too many children go through life never having the opportunity to experience dance properly.

We also know that you don’t have to be the best dancer to be able to teach dance – by having the right tools along with some basic movement principles, anyone with a love of teaching can do it.

We feel that the fastest way to achieve our vision of getting every falling in love with learning through dance is to teach their teachers these tools, free of charge.

Absolutely. We work with many schools to help build their productions.

We will have some time near the end of the workshop where you can ask any specific questions regarding your own specific production goals too.

Our in-school programs are full curriculum aligned.

During the workshop, we cannot cover the entire dance curriculum, our goal instead being to equip you with the tools and confidence to teach the curriculum on your terms.

You’ll learn how to get get your children improvising and creating their own choreography, how to put together performances, how to refine and improve movements, how to create structure and timing within a dance piece, and much more.

Who are these designed for?

  All Primary School Teachers (Full-time, Part-time or Relief)

  Primary School Management Teams

  Curriculum Co-Ordinators

  Dance Studio Teachers

  Parents

  Children/Students

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Students Taught

Dean and Ezra have personally taught dance to over 200,000 students around Australia and New Zealand.

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Teachers Trained

They have delivered one on one and group style training in the art of teaching dance to children to more than 650 teachers

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Dances Choreographed

They have personally crafted more than 100 age-specific hip-hop showcases and partner routines for Primary and High Schools.

Throughout the years of working with thousands of children across Australia and New Zealand, the directors of Dance Curriculum have developed a teaching style that is incredibly effective, efficient, and engaging for all.

There is an enormous difference in the skills required to teach in a school setting, compared to teaching in a studio.

With years of refining the art of teaching dance within Primary Schools, we now endeavour to pass this skillset on to as many school teachers as possible. 

That way, every child will one day have access to world-class dance lessons.

Co-Founders of Dance Curriculum
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In this exclusive workshop, you will learn:

How to build your own choreography and structure it in a way that is simple and effective – yet still challenging for your students.

How to layer the teaching of your choreography – Breaking down the actions so your students can develop their confidence with each move.

How to have every student in your class engaged in their dance lessons – including growth mindset strategies and other engagement tools.

What others are saying...

Really enjoyed the workshop; I enjoyed the way he linked everything to the growth mindset and how we could help all children to enjoy dance for it's own sake.

Marghareta Cambridge

Great seminar with a good mix of theory and practical. Very responsive to questions. Great fun!

Matt Watts

During your sessions my children learned how to manage themselves, participate and contribute and relate to others. At first, they were reluctant even to hold hands with another child but by the end, they loved dancing with different partners.

I have an autistic child in my class who loved learning all the moves and his mother was amazed to see the progress he had made during the term. All of my children were highly engaged in the three dances they learned and all were very keen to showcase their skills to the parents who thoroughly enjoyed the presentation.

Next year we have a school production and I will definitely use some of the dancing skills I have learned to choreograph any dances that we will do, thank you for a wonderful term of dancing. The kids were sad to say goodbye!

Denise White

I just want to thank you personally for the amazing work you have done with our students over the past term. I have to admit, I was fairly skeptical about the cost to our families and your ability to work with such large groups of children at the beginning of the term. Now that I have seen you work with students, and the results you have achieved, I am truly impressed.

In 9 short weeks, you have managed to work with 250 of our students from age 5 to 13. Every single one of them lives for Friday mornings and their dance sessions. You have motivated and inspired boys and girls alike to not only enjoy a range of dance forms, but to also have confidence in their own ability to dance, and dance well!

Lisa Cavanagh
Why are we doing this?

We have seen that countless teachers barely scrape the edges with the dance curriculum and too many children go through life never having the opportunity to experience dance properly.

We also know that you don’t have to be the best dancer to be able to teach dance – by having the right tools along with some basic movement principles, anyone with a love of teaching can do it.

We feel that the fastest way to achieve our vision of getting every falling in love with learning through dance is to teach their teachers these tools, free of charge.

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