Back to Exercise. Whether you like to jump or jive, tap or tango, shake your hips or your booty, dancing is 1 of the most enjoyable ways to get moving. Regular dancing is great for losing weight, maintaining strong bones, improving posture and muscle strength, increasing balance and co-ordination, and beating stress. One of the best things about dancing is that while you're having fun moving to music and meeting new people, you're getting all the health benefits of a good workout. This guide will help you get started in dancing, including wheelchair dancing, introduce you to some popular dance styles taught in the UK, and help you find a dance class in your area.
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There's no single educational track for becoming a dance teacher, and the education you'll need is partially dependent upon where you want to work. Small, private dance studios often establish their own requirements for dance teachers, and sometimes they only mandate that a teacher has lots of dance experience. Dance teachers working in the school system, however, generally need at least a bachelor's degree. Before you choose your educational path, you'll need to decide how, where and to whom you want to teach dance. You can't teach dance without plenty of experience as a dancer yourself. You'll need to be able to demonstrate techniques to students, show how to safely execute maneuvers and break down each dance move into smaller steps. At some smaller dance schools, ample dance experience might be all you need to teach.
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In Take the Lead, actor Antonio Banderas wins over a group of reluctant inner-city students with a racy tango performance. While the film was inspired by Pierre Dulaine, ballroom dancer and founder of Dancing Classrooms, teaching in a public school is rarely as easy as it looks in the movies. From financial challenges to lack of administrative support and parental involvement, public-school teaching differs greatly from the studio environments in which most dance educators began their own training. We asked several public-school teachers to share their passion for the hardest job they've ever done. My school is in the inner-city district, where percent of our students have free lunch, are on food backpack programs and come from low-income, at-risk homes or may even be classified as homeless. Before I started teaching, I saw that the kids had to pay for their costumes at a school concert. The kids who couldn't afford costumes had to stand onstage in T-shirts and jazz pants.
An Aldine ISD middle school teacher finds herself in hot water after allegedly making the bizarre decision to give a birthday gift lap dance to one of her students. And she unwittingly made herself a national talking point — with publications and TV stations across the country covering the incident. Smith allegedly got on her knees in front of the student and placed her head in his lap. The student admitted to slapping his teacher's buttocks a few times. According to the male student, 15, Smith took his journal and prevented him from talking to his friends when he walked into his third-period class, according to KHOU The student sat at his desk, and following the tardy bell, Smith placed a chair at the front of the classroom. Music began playing and other students began yelling at him to sit down as it was his birthday.