Today, I’m speaking directly to all the tap teachers out there.
Take a moment and think about this…
What does an awesome tap class look like?
How do you measure a successful tap class?
How do you know that the class you taught was great?
For years now, I’ve noticed a trend of dance teachers measuring a successful dance class by the choreography their students are picking up at the end of class.
This can include how much choreo they pick up and how quickly they pick it up.
Is this truly the measurement of a successful tap class?
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