September 2016 Dance Studio Life
Dance Studio Life, a magazine with a back-to-basics approach, is a division of the Rhee Gold Company, whose mission is to be at the forefront of dance and education by promoting the highest possible standards in teaching. Dance Studio Life understands the soul of the teaching field. Visit www.dancestudiolife.com for more info!
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
• Winning at Life : Former competition kids talk lifelong takeaways and career success.
• So You Wanna Be a Judge : How to make your adjudication application a knockout.
• Venue Vagabond : 3 days in the life of a competition judge.
• Do-It-Yourself Competitions : How three entrepreneurial women bring dance events to students and communities.
• Directors' Perspective : Competition directors sound off on goals, innovative dances, props, and categories.
• Ballet Scene : Performing With the Pros : How students benefit from working with company dancers.
• Smart Cycles : What dance teachers can learn from athletic training concepts
• Bright Biz Idea : Copy, Paste, Delegate, Thrive : 6 rules to live by for owners of multiple school locations.
Departments & Columns
• On My Mind : Words from the publisher.
• Bulletin Board : Pin. Post. Share.
• FYI : What's up in the dance community.
• Page Turners : Books of note (new and not).
• Moving Images : Videos of note (new and not).
• Thinking Out Loud : Totally Teamwork
• 2 Tips for Ballet Teachers : Jump Readiness and Ending on 7 (Not 8)
• 2 Tips for Tap Teachers : Vocabulary Boards and Flash Cards
• 2 Tips for Modern & Contemporary Teachers : Modern Dance Walks and Escaping the Mirror
• 2 Tips for Hip-Hop Teachers : Spins as Accents
• 2 Music Tips for Dance Teachers : Minkus' Don Quixote and La Bayadere
• Performance Corner : Our sneak peek at dance shows we'd love to see.
• College Close-Ups : University of Michigan : What students need to know about college and university dance programs.
• Ask Rhee Gold : Advice for dance teachers.
• Collective Wisdom : Ideas and advice from our readers
• Dance Bag: Classifieds
• 1,000 Words