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Q: How can students build jump work into their practice while at home? Should they wear tennis shoes and jump only on carpet?


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Q: How can I help parents understand that time spent in technique class is as valuable as learning choreography for competitions?

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Q: I have students who are struggling to engage their abdominals when dancing. What might you suggest to help with this?
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A 25-year-old student recently asked a question that brought back a rush of memories for me. And it's also pertinent to our current COVID-19 restrictions.
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Q: I have an 8-year-old student who is coming along quite nicely in her technique, but I've noticed that one foot doesn't point as well as the other. What's up?
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Q: I don't have the turnout I wish I had. I'm somewhat knock-kneed and I'm wondering if this is affecting my rotation.

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Chances are, there is at least one student you interact with daily who is dealing with trauma in their life. In 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a massive study on childhood trauma and elevated it to an official public health issue. They measured adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), which include things like physical and emotional abuse, neglect, poverty and absence of a caregiver, either physically or emotionally.

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Q: My students have varying degrees of turnout, but it's clear to me they aren't always using what they have. Any suggestions on how to help them?

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