Tap Teachers deserve quick and easy access to new knowledge and fresh inspiration, so they can be the best teacher they can be for their students. Join Hillary-Marie from iTapOnline.com in the Lost in the Shuffle Tap Dance Podcast as she shares her top tips and tricks for Tap Teachers, in hopes of growing the tap dance community one passionate tap dancer at a time by supporting the tap teachers who educate them. Each episode is packed with quick answers to questions from tap teachers all around the world, giving you everything you need for an awesome class this week.
This question comes up all the time during iTap Chats. How long should a tap class be? In this episode, Hillary-Marie dives deep into the structure of her program at Grooves Unlimited and iTapOnline, and the best class lengths for specific ages and levels.
Not sure when or how to introduce music theory into your tap classes? No worries! In this episode, Hillary-Marie gives you her top tips and tricks on incorporating music theory as a regular part of your weekly tap classes.
As more and more Tap Teachers learn about tap dance history, they’re appreciating the connection of tap dance to jazz music. And this often leads to the question... how do I incorporate Jazz music into my Tap classes?
In today's episode, Hillary-Marie is going to give you easy tips and tricks on how to introduce jazz music into your weekly tap classes in a way that will excite and energize your students.
Do you ever find yourself wondering... How can I dance faster without missing my sounds? How do you teach speed and clarity? In this episode, Hillary-Marie gives you the answers you need by sharing with you the three most common mistakes that tap dancers make when approaching fast footwork and how to fix them.
Not sure when or how to use a metronome in your personal practice or tap classes? No worries! In this episode, Hillary-Marie gives you all the info you need on how, when and why to use a metronome.
Hillary-Marie shares 3 tips to capturing the wandering attention of your tiny tap dancers.
Hillary-Marie and the iTapOnline Community answer the question... what's the biggest lesson that your tap teacher taught you?
Hillary-Marie shares 5 quick and easy tips on how you can energize your teen tap classes this week.
The iTapOnline Community answers the question... what's the ONE thing that you wish your tap teacher taught you?
Do you ever feel like you've exhausted all your options for across the floor steps? Hillary-Marie shares with you an exercise that will make sure you never run out of across the floor exercises.
Hillary-Marie answers tap teacher questions from the iTapOnline Community, including best tap shoes for student, how to help dancers dance lighter on their feet, and what tap shoes looked like back in the day.
Hillary-Marie shares her top tips and tricks for teaching your students crispy clean and perfect pullbacks.
Are your students using tap journals? In this episode, Hillary-Marie shares how tap journals have transformed her students' dedication to tap dance and how you can start using them in your classes this week.
Hillary-Marie shares her favorite journaling exercise for shuffling into the New Year, with a Love It, Leave It and Learned It list.
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Hillary-Marie answers Tap Teacher's questions, including turns, wings and more.
Is your flap coming from the front or the back? Hillary-Marie discusses proper Flap technique.
Taking a moment to give thanks for all things tap dance.
How did we end up with so many names for tap steps? Hillary-Marie discusses the inconsistency of tap dance vocabulary and how it relates to tap dance culture.
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