Submit Competition is a good thing Competition is competing against someone or something. A challenge is a competition for a prize. Competition is a good thing.
Ages This is a simple and fun introduction to the world of competition dance with the focus on deeper dance training, social bonding, and building confidence and self esteem through audition, commitment, hard work and performance in a competitive yet supportive environment.
Mini Company class Competition choreography will be taught in this class.
Please notify us if you have questions or conflicts regarding attending this Intensive Optional classes: Hip Hop, Jazz, or Musical Theater. Summer Camps are strongly encouraged! Ages This can be an introduction or continued competition dance experience with the focus on continued growth as a dancer and performer, broader and deeper dance training, being part of a social group that centers around dance, developing the confidence to audition, learning and performing a dance before a panel of judges, and making a commitment and following through to feel proud of the work and that you are part of something special!
This is a wonderful opportunity for dancers that love to dance and are looking for a safe, healthy and exciting group to be a part of during these pre-teen years. Competition choreography will be taught in this class. Please notify us if you have questions or conflicts regarding attending this Intensive Optional classes we recommend: The audition, commitment, training and performing before judges are all part of learning confidence and poise and developing important life skills.
Please see website for a link to this summer program. These dancers have put a lot time and commitment into their dance training, including participating in summer programs and experience in competitive dance and performance. They will also be given to opportunity to dance and understudy with the AIM company dancers.
Saturday mornings and weekend rehearsals for learning and rehearsing competition choreography. Ballet 3x per week "Week of Dance" Advanced intensive find the link on the website Optional classes for these dancers include: Solos are encouraged and highly recommended at this level.
What do they learn? They learn to be part of a "team" of dancers while they continue to work on their personal skill and artistry, They learn the life skills of following through on a commitment, perseverance, hard work ethic, time management, self confidence, poise, and reaching for your best.
They learn new dance styles, new dances, how to learn from different teachers, how to dance more expressively and expand their skill set and sharpen their technique. You must physically do more, there is no shortcut, The more you participate and do, the better you get.
These company groups are designed with that in mind. What is competition dance?A competition to achieve high-grade marks is also placed upon children and this competition lasts the individuals entire career as a student. Competition for grades is a . For grades a small amount of “healthy” competition can be justified.
Students at this age are old enough to separate themselves from outcomes within competitive tasks -- if we support them in doing so. But if the outcome of the game becomes part of what is formally graded, the competition goes from the healthy to the unhealthy column.
Let us compare two scenarios, one in which the outcome translates into each students formal grade and a more healthy application in which it does not.
From very young ages little children are put in sports programs and music lessons and are asked to perform their very best. A competition to achieve high-grade marks is also placed upon children and this competition lasts the individuals entire career as a student.
Competition for grades is a healthy almost necessary influence on students.
From schoolyard chants to Super Bowl championships, playful competition finds its way into nearly all aspects of culture. Fighting to win draws on cooperation, concentration, coordination, and creativity —things worth striving for in their own right.
Healthy competition inspires kids to do their best – not just good enough. When students compete they will become more inquisitive, research independently, and learn to work with others. They will strive to do more than is required.