Articles by Rachel Zar
Seven experts share their thoughts on the state of jazz today and the role of dance educators in shaping its future.
If you offer jazz in your studio, the style is most likely rooted in theatrical … Continue reading
Studio owners share social-media policies that work.
Keeping up with the constant changes in social media may seem impossible. Even if you could remember the differences between pinning, snapping, tweeting and vining, you can’t possibly monitor … Continue reading
Studio directors share viewing policies that work.
Crafting a class observation policy that makes students, teachers and parents happy is no easy feat. After all, shows like “Dance Moms” make it seem normal for parents to … Continue reading
Collaboration is the name of the game at this year’s national conference.
This year at its annual conference held in Chicago, the National Dance Education Organization preaches collaboration inside and outside the classroom.
“The world of dance … Continue reading
Choreography trends that competition judges would love to lose
By the end of competition season, judges have seen it all—amazing routines, one-of-a-kind props and costumes and many stand-out dancers. But there are some things they wish … Continue reading