Teaching Tips
Mark Yonally at home teaching. Photo courtesy of Yonally

Like most educators, I have been teaching online since early March. My undergraduate Dance and Culture course was relatively easy to deliver remotely (as long as I could pre-record lectures while my son was taking a nap), but my tap classes? Not so much.

This is because tap is a percussive dance form. Sound matters. You can't just mute your students and hope for the best, as you can in many other dance techniques. And so I sat down (virtually, of course) with three seasoned pros to get the lowdown on teaching tap in the age of social distancing.

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Photo by Rachel Papo

Tapper Anthony Morigerato is known for his crazy-fast feet. In fact, he holds the world record for "most tap sounds in one minute"—1,163, if you're wondering. He has performed with Michael Minery's Tapaholics, the musical group Matt and Anthony, Stacey Tookey's Still Motion, and on several television shows. Here in this photo, he's sharing some of his favorite tap phrases at our Dance Teacher Summit.

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