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Q: Is teaching for an after-school program a good way to find a job in K–12?

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Q: Do you approach your K–12 classes differently than when you teach at a studio?

A: When shifting from teaching at a private studio to a public or private school, people need to rethink what the function of their class is. In a studio, the goal is most likely to teach technique, but that is not necessarily the case in K–12. Here, much of the students' days are filled with critical thinking, and my classes offer a chance for creative exploration.

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Q: I've taught in the private sector for years and want to move into K–12. How can I do it?

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Q: As a dance teacher, which products do you prefer, Apple or Google?

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Q: Do you have any advice for dividing students into groups?

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Q: Do you have any app recommendations for keeping control of your classroom?

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I've been using e-mail to send my students last-minute reminders or updates to our schedules, but none of them check them in time. Do you have any recommendations for quick group communication?

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Q: I'm looking for out-of-the-box teaching tools to use with my students. Do you have any recommendations?

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