The first virtual dance conference for teachers and studio owners!

Covid-19 changed everything dance! With grit, determination, and a non-stop work ethic studio owners and teachers have survived, built stronger communities and have become an integral part of serving thousands of children (and their families) with a sense of normalcy when they needed it most.
 
Rhee Gold, the 2020 DanceLife Teacher Conference and 35 + faculty members are here to bring you a sense of community with like-minded teachers from around the world! The 5-day conference will inspire teachers, studio owners, and administrative staff with curriculum and events designed to help attendees be the best that they can be in a new world!

Attend from the comfort and safety of your home or bring your team together at the studio!

On Demand for 70+ Days!

The chance to take every class live or at your pleasure!

140+ Classes and Seminars | 35+ Faculty | 5 Tracks
 

Attendees may move from one track to the other!


3 Movement Tracks
Ballet, Tap Jazz, Contemporary, Musical Theater, Fusion, Hip Hop, Improvisation, Stretch & Flexibility, Choreography Workshops, Progressions, Combos, Virtual teaching and more!
 
Preschool/Children's Track
Incorporates preschool, toddler and ages 7-12 curriculum, program concepts, behavioral solutions, learning differences and more 

2 Classroom Tracks
Real teachers’ classes focused on technique, classroom curriculum and more dedicated to the intermediate to advanced level.


The DLTC has integrated classes/seminars focused on best practices for live  and  virtual classrooms post COVID-19
♦ Keeping the Focus with Your 8-12 Students Virtual Teaching:
♦ Virtual Teaching Making the Personal Connection
♦ Virtual Teaching Tips: Focus & Enthusiasm w/ Preschool Students            
♦ Classroom Behavior Solutions
♦ Student Confidence Boosters & Teambuilding Virtual or Live
♦ How Exams Can Fill the Competition Gap
♦ Virtual Teaching Tips for Tap Teachers
♦ Virtual Teaching Tips for Acro Teachers

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2 Business Tracks

Business and Program Models, Financial Strategies, Enrollment Boosters, Marketing, Competition, Leadership, Teambuilding, Faculty & Staff Policies-Protocols, and much more.

Studio Owner Track
A brand-new lineup of speakers and sessions specifically focused on leading a thriving dance studio business in a new dance world. Prepare for 2020-21 with solutions and strategies from business experts, financial advisors, and experienced studio owners. 

Office Manager Track
Exclusive to the DLTC, this track offers specific studio administration classes and sessions. From conversion training to time management and everywhere between, the business will be efficient and organized for the new season!


The DLTC has integrated core business curriculum to best approach the new and evolving model post COVID-19
♦ Financial Realities Post Covid-19
♦ Parallel Worlds: Playing it Safe: Live & Virtual at the Same Time
♦ Close? Pause? Sell? Full Steam Ahead?
♦ Crisis Leadership Skills
♦ New World, New Growth Opportunities
♦ Social Media Marketing in a Different World
♦ Dance Studio Protocols Examined Post COVID-19
♦ Leading in the good times, bad times, and all the times in between.
♦ Recitals/Performances in a Post COVID-19
♦ And much more!

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FEATURING: Rebecca Brettingham-Filice, Drew Burgess, LaShonda Chaney, Claudette Demers-Gendreau, Sean Dever, Patricia Dickinson, Sandi Duncan, Rhee Gold, Thelma Goldberg, Tricia Gomez, Jane Grech, Billy Griffin, Diane Gudat, Melisssa Hoffman, Geo Hubela, Fred Knecht, June Lawrence, Teri Mangiaratti, Jessica Michaels, Brittany Milan, Ricci Milan, Stacey Morgan, Patty Neal, Andrew Nemr, Nancy O'Meara, Hedy Perna, Erik Saradpon, Lisa Schmiedeke, Derrick Schrader, Scott Sisbarro, Pam Simpson, Jackie Sleight, Michelle Soutier, Julie Kay Stallcup, Denele Sweet, Heather Wanner and Mandy Yip. 

 
DLTC FEES (Includes 70+ Days On-Demand Access)

Individual:  $ 579 per person


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Sessions



Sample Session #1

Workshop Session Overview
 



Rise and Shine Morning Welcome: LIVE from the DanceLife Retreat Center

Rhee Gold


Sponsored by:


Positive Vibe = Positive Culture

Heather Wanner
You have the opportunity daily to nurture and cultivate the vibe of your school!!  Creating and maintaining a positive environment for your students, families and faculty will help make your school a place filled with excitement, passion, support and love.  Make your school a place where everyone looks forward to spending time together! 


The Enchanted Preschool Classroom

Julie Kay Stallcup


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Fusion Jazz Int/Adv

Derrick Schrader


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Tap Technique Int/Adv

Andrew Nemr


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Classroom Behavior Solutions

Tricia Gomez
As teachers, we see behavior, but what's that behavior telling us? What if there was a way to decode challenging behavior to effectively help a child self-regulate and participate appropriately in class? During this class we will look at the ABC's of behavior and learn strategies you can apply in class.

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Hip Hop Int/Adv

Geo Hubela


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Int/Adv Ballet: Vive La Barre

Patricia Dickinson


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Delegation Now, More Than Ever

Teri Mangiaratti

 

We Cannot do it all! Especiall now when there are so many new tasks on our to do listthat we didn't plan for. Let's work through the process of delegating with a plan for success ( and sanity)!
 
 


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Exhibitors Forum- A Wish Come True,Curtain Call & Stage Beauty

Rhee Gold


Parallel Worlds:Playing it Safe:Live & Virtual at the Same TIme

Rhee Gold
Rebecca Brettingham-Filice
Patricia Dickinson
June Lawrence
For many, the new season will bring a combination of both the virtual and live classroom options. How do you do it? How do you charge for it? What equipment do it need? These questions and many more will be addressed.

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Financial Realities Post Covid-19

Sean Dever
Strategize your financial future. Discover new offerings to increase income. Acquire unique scheduling concepts to lower expenses, while you adjust for the costs of health protocols.  Explore pricing structures, faculty-staff compensation and more.


Acro Dance Curriculum For Minis

Mandy Yip


Musical Theater Int/Adv Combo

Billy  Griffin


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Strategies to Teach Improv in the Classroom

Sandi Duncan


Children's Hip Hop Progression

Erik Saradpon


REAL Jazz

Jackie Sleight


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Tap Warm-Up & Progressions

Ricci Milan


Social Media Marketing in a Different World

Rebecca Brettingham-Filice
As the world continues to work and interact online, there is a greater opportunity to reach new customers. We will look at how to build strong branding and messaging to attract new customers, while further engaging our current customers towards greater brand loyalty.

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Keynote: Leading in the good times, bad times, and all the times in between.

Teri Mangiaratti
Leading in the good times, the bad times and all the times in between. 

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Same Students, More Classes

Pam Simpson
Discover ways to get your students to be more involved in your school in three different ways, events, programs, and suggestive cross selling.

 


Tap Ages 7-12 The Art of Teaching Mixed Level Classes

Thelma Goldberg
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Fusion Jazz Int/Adv Turn Progression Combo

Derrick Schrader


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Ballet Technique Int/Adv: All Things Center

Patricia Dickinson


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Awesome Customer Service: Now, More Than Ever

Hedy  Perna
As some families may be reluctant to return to the studio for health and safety reasons, now more than ever, you need to build good relationships and personalized customer service.


Student Confidence Boosters & Team-building Virtual or Live

Heather Wanner
Teenagers struggle with confidence significantly as they enter this completely new chapter of their lives where every single aspect of their body mind is changing. Jessica wiIl give simple, uncommon insights into how to successfully engage, motivate and empower this challenging age group - virtually and in-person - all while creating more powerful youth leaders.


Stress Less, Dance More -LIVE

Derrick Yanford
Bringing peace of mind into the classroom.

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Jump & Turn Progressions Int/Adv

Drew Burgess


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GAME OF LIFE Exclusive Training Team Building for dancers & faculty

Julie Kay Stallcup

Come play the GAME OF LIFE with Julie Kay Stallcup- Team Building for dancers & faculty

When you feel that others are lacking and failing ....first assess the skill, style, quality, results, mindset, support, professionalism and spirit with which you yourself play the game.

This class will help you dive deep into each dancers game of life and faculty members you have on board with you.


Exhibitor Virtual Cocktail Hour, DJ and Performances

Geo Hubela
LIVE from the DLRC 



I.D.E.A. Member Exclusive : Mission Adjustment, Anticipating the changes in the 2020-2021 Season

Rhee Gold
Teri Mangiaratti
 


Rise and Shine Morning Warm-Up: LIVE from the DanceLife Retreat Center

Scott Sisbarro


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New World, New Growth Opportunities

Rhee Gold
Rhee will offer perspectives of where our field has been and where he believes that we can go, both as business owners and educators. It is a moment in time when we have so much opportunity and the ability to makes changes needed for success. Let us evolve to become a better version of ourselves, while we continue to serve the changing needs of our clientele. 


Children's Ballet

Patricia Dickinson


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Hip Hop Int/Adv

Erik Saradpon


Tap - The World of Paddle & Rolls

Andrew Nemr



Studio Owner Only Investment in You & Your Staff (& Why It is Important)

Sean Dever

Due to our recent emergency closures financial stress has become the norm for studio owners worldwide. Learn tactics to be better equipped to cover your bases in the future, both personally and with your staff. 


Mindful Moments- LIVE

Sandi Duncan
A time for you to reconnect with yourself through simple techniques of breathing, visualizing, manifestation and relaxation. Join us as we take time to focus on YOU becoming the best version of yourself be it at work or play.


Preschool Boppin’ Babies Curriculum

Pam Simpson


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'Pop' Jazz Int/Adv Stabilizer Exercise & Combo

Derrick Schrader


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How Exams Can Fill the Competition Gap

Mandy Yip


Exhibitor Forum: Apolla Dancewear, Dance World Bazaar, Discount Dance & ISlide

Rhee Gold


Exhibitor Forum:Stagestep Flooring Solutions, Boss Ballet Barres&Danceprint.ca/Dance Sticker Store

 


Studio Owner Only Close? Pause? Sell? Full Steam Ahead?

Hedy  Perna
Now is the time to reflect and re-examine your business plans. Nothing is normal and any choice you make for your life and your studio is personal and right for you. This is a no-judgement session.


Your Season on a Spreadsheet (Office Edition)

Teri Mangiaratti
Getting your entire season pre-planned is your ticket to freedom. In this session we will focus on scheduleing your office tasks for the entire dnace year! Sharpen your pencils for this one- you're leaving with a plan.!


Preschool Playdate

Julie Kay Stallcup


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Virtual Teaching Tips for Tap Teachers

Thelma Goldberg
Andrew Nemr
Scott Sisbarro
Rhee Gold


Virtual Teaching Tips for Acro Teachers

Mandy Yip


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The Not-For Profit Experience

Patricia Dickinson
Andrew Nemr
Rhee Gold
Have you ever considered becoming or are you currently a Not-For-Profit business? In this interactive seminar you will have the opportunity to learn and query two experienced leaders of dance related Not-For-Profit organizations


Expectations: What I Need From You

Sean Dever
Success is a joint venture between studio owners and their administrative staff. Dever will clarify the best methods for communication and he will share his own expectations when it comes to his own staff. 


Virtual Teaching Tips: Focus & Enthusiasm w/ Preschool Students

Pam Simpson
Julie Kay Stallcup
Heather Wanner


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Contemporary Progressions & Combo

Sandi Duncan


Keynote: Purpose Over Passion; Overcoming Burn Out

Tricia Gomez
Burnout happens to us all, but it's what we do with that burnout that counts. Burnout signals the need for a change, but it's hard to determine what needs to be changed when your passion is what's causing the burnout. During this workshop, we'll define the difference between purpose and passion, where each fits into your life, and work through a tactical process that will help guide you closer to your purpose and inspire your burnout away!

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Studio Owner Only Ask Us Anything- LIVE

Teri Mangiaratti
Patty Neal
Hedy Perna
Melissa Hoffman
This is an opportunity for live questions! Be prepared to interact and learn froom a panel of experts.


Conversion Training

Pam Simpson
Do you have trouble converting prospective clients? In this session learn tips on converting prospects that have proved successful over the years. We will explore ways to communicate with prospects to give them the confidence to register for your programs. 

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Hip Hop Ages 7-9 - Fundamentals

Geo Hubela


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Musical Theater - Put a Hat on It

Billy  Griffin


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Tap History: 1600’s to Present Day. A Tap History Lesson In Your Classroom.

Thelma Goldberg


Never Stop Enrolling

Rebecca Brettingham-Filice
COVID-19 has forced us to think about our businesses differently. We will look at innovative ways to deliver our current products while also creating new products and services that meet the needs of our customers and attract new enrollments.


The Face of the Studio

Rhee Gold
It has always been my opinion that the office manager/staff are the key ingredient to the studio success story. Why? Often, they are the first point of contact and they become the face of our lobby. The significance of this position cannot be understated. We will talk about creating an office vibe that makes everyone feel appreciated. 

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How to Feed the Opportunities & Starve the Problems (Motivation)

Julie Kay Stallcup


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Exclusive Teambuilding: Coming Together As One LIVE from the DanceLife Retreat Center

Sandi Duncan
During this session we will be examining methods and strategies that will encourage your team to grow closer as a unit through interactive activities and discussions. There will be time for the studio director to personally express their visions and expectations for their staff. By coming together as one, we hope for the opportunity of growth, personal accountability, clarity of goals, laughter, strength and courage as an individual and a cohesive, unified team.


Tap Jam- LIVE

Ricci Milan



I.D.E.A. Member Exclusive

Rhee Gold
 


Rise and Shine Morning Motivation LIVE from the DanceLife Retreat Center

Rhee Gold


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Dance Studio Protocols Examined Post COVID-19

Rhee Gold
Rebecca Brettingham-Filice
Melissa Hoffman
Hedy Perna
Julie Kay Stallcup
This panel focus will be best practices for studio safety protocols. Each panelist will share their strategies to abide by government guidelines and additional precautions to keep our clientele safe


Children’s Ballet Technique - Ages 8-12

Patricia Dickinson


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Hang Out with Rhee & Ricci

Rhee Gold
Ricci Milan


Tap Rhythm Turns

Andrew Nemr


Why Are We Always in Charge?

Claudette Demers-Gendreau
Teri Mangiaratti
Rhee Gold
Exploring why many of us take on more than we can handle personally & professionally.
Studio people. We can pretty much do anything. But should we? Friend having a big birthday...we can plan that! Children graduating to middle school...I'll run the celebration! Holidays coming up...no problem, I'll host the entire family! Why do we do this? Rhee, Teri and Claudette will be exploring why we are always in charge. 


Children’s Tap Fundamentals - Ages 7-9

Diane Gudat


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Special Population; Do's Don'ts, Tips and Tricks

Tricia Gomez
During this informative panel discussion, you’ll hear from seasoned veteran teachers, dancers with disabilities and parents of children who have learning differences as we discuss what to do, what not to do, tips and tricks to successfully open your doors to students of ALL abilities.

Sponsored by:


Healthy Hips

Mandy Yip


Exhibitor Event:Tumbling Effect, Relative Motion, Acrobatic Arts, Thelma’s Tap Notes & Rhythm Works

Rhee Gold


Keynote: A Day in the Life- Live from California

Julie Kay Stallcup
Are you a parent, teacher, therapist, plumber, spouse? If you said yes to one of these and you are mentally and physically exhausted, come join this KEYNOTE. We will walk through tips on how to balance stress & happiness in your life and come out alive.

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Studio Owner Only Financial: Ask me Anything with Sean Dever

Sean Dever
Bring your financial questions or concerns to Sean for advice.


Time Management

Stacey Morgan
Do you wish you had more hours in the day? Do you have a never ending to-do list? Do you feel overwhelmed at the amount of work there is to do at the studio? Join me as we walk through the best productivity hacks to get your studio firing and back to full capacity in no time. A presentation great for studio managers and administrators but also for anyone who wants to get their life in order for the future.


Modifications for the Different Learner (Preschool)

Tricia Gomez
Teri Mangiaratti
From studio owner to dance teacher, being prepared to accommodate a wide variety of learners with confidence and grace can set you apart from others. During this workshop, we'll discuss specific considerations, strategies and tips to help you meet the unique learning needs of all students.


Musical Theater Int/Adv Progressions

Billy  Griffin


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Hip Hop Progressions in Place (PIP) & Combo

Geo Hubela


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Wicked-Massive Music Share

Geo Hubela


Studio Owner & Office Manager :Post COVID-19 Studio Business Models

Rebecca Brettingham-Filice
Sean Dever
Julie Kay Stallcup
Rhee Gold


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Keynote: Miss Hedy's Words of Wisdom

Hedy  Perna
Avoiding burnout and allowing yourself to make a profit while maintaining your artistic passion. Don't be struggling or starving just because you have the heart and soul of a dance "artist". You are entitled to a good life and to make a good living.

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Women in the Lead: Practical Strategies to Level Up Your Leadership

Jane Grech
We face our greatest leadership challenge every morning when we look in the mirror. In this thought provoking session, Jane will share practical strategies to ‘lead yourself first’ – the first and most essential step in creating a lasting leader who has sustained influence and performance. Through sharing her experiences, knowledge and humorous stories, Jane will empower you to be the best leader, teacher, mom, and business owner you can be.


Pointe Workshop Beg/Int

Patricia Dickinson


Virtual Teaching - Making the Personal Connection

Rhee Gold
Sandi Duncan
June Lawrence
Scott Sisbarro
Our role as mentor, leader and teacher has become noticeably clear over the past few months. Discover the best skills needed to make a personal connection with your virtual students and their families.


Learn about I.D.E.A. LIVE

Rhee Gold


Preschool Performing Arts Program

Denele Sweet
Get the next generation of dancers in your studio! Today’s preschoolers are your performers of tomorrow, so plant the dancing seed in them early and nourish their growth with performing arts preschool. This program is an innovative way to fill the walls of your studio with happy & giggling children and INCOME


Ask Us Anything II- LIVE

Melissa Hoffman
Teri Mangiaratti
Patty Neal
Hedy Perna
This is an opportunity for live questions! Be prepared to interact with and learn from a panel of experts.


Tap Choreography Workshop

Diane Gudat
 


Hip Hop Choreography Workshop

Erik Saradpon


Tap Pickups & Pullbacks

Andrew Nemr


Exclusive Teambuilding

Pam Simpson
 


Exhibitor Raffle

Scott Sisbarro
Geo Hubela



I.D.E.A. Member Exclusive: What To Do Next With Our Intensive /Competitive Dancers

Rhee Gold
 


Rise and Shine Morning Warm-Up: LIVE from the DanceLife Retreat Center

Geo Hubela


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Painting it Done

Pam Simpson

Is there ever a disconnect between what you want your staff to do and what they actually do? Have you delegated a task and when it is completed you are disappointed with the outcome? In Painting It Done, we will explore ways for managers and owners to communicate their ideas in a way that will get you the results you are looking for.



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Puppeteering 101

Lisa Schmiedeke
Learn how to incorporate puppeteering to you preschool and childrens classes.  Add new ideas to your current curriculum to keep students interested and motivated. 


Jazz Progression Madness

Drew Burgess


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Children's Tap

Ricci Milan
Brittany Milan


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Recitals/Performances in a Post COVID-19

Patricia Dickinson
Melissa Hoffman
Rhee Gold
Hedy Perna


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Children’s Tap Ages 7-9 - Drills & Progressions

Diane Gudat


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Intro to the Gold Alliance

Rhee Gold


Jazz Combo Madness

Jackie Sleight


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Keynote: Keeping an Even Keel

Claudette Demers-Gendreau
Rhee Gold
Learn how to appreciate your important role to others as well as practicing self care. We will also discuss how to avoid "burnout" before it's too late.

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Exhibitor Forum: Travel Experience - Dance the Magic & Dance the World

Rhee Gold


Exhibitor Forum: Competition –DECAdance Competition & Platinum National Dance Competition

 


Marketing in the New World II

Rhee Gold
Marketing examples and strategies.

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Toddler Time - Preschool Curriculum

Pam Simpson


Choreo vs Curriculum in AcroDance

Drew Burgess


Hip Hop Teaching the Guys

Erik Saradpon


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The New Competition Experience

Patty Neal
Competition has been a big part of our schools the past couple of decades.  We are not sure what the future holds or what the new competition model will be but we must move forward.  This seminar will explore fresh options, new strategies and a new perspective to keep our dancers enthusitic. 

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Choreography Call-It System

Hedy  Perna


Jazz Warm Up, Progressions and Combo

Derrick Schrader


Tap Progression Madness

Diane Gudat
 


Widening the Lens

Rhee Gold
LaShonda Chaney
A heart to heart discussion on the realities of being a minority business owner. You will be enlightened by how it affects all areas of the business and the decision making process. 

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Guiding My Students into the Pro World

Nancy O’Meara
Rhee Gold


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Family Hip Hop Party

Geo Hubela
Open to all Attendees, Thier significant others and children. LIVE from teh DLRC

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Exclusive Teambuilding: Grateful for You!

Heather Wanner
Join your team and explore the uniqueness of each member of your faculty. See how each member plays an important role in your dance family, and how each faculty member has something valuable to offer to your student body and dance families! Together, you are able to reach so many students/families and by recognizing and celebrating your individual strengths you will find that together, anything is possible!



Rise and Shine Morning Party

Derrick Schrader
A Derrick brings his really, cool vibe to all DLTC attendees! Start your day with both his words of wisdom and a warm-up. 

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Your Next Generation! Building Your 7-12 Enrollment

Julie Kay Stallcup
What is your 2020-2021 plan? This class will help you get your entire staff organized and looking through one lens. Flow charts, spreadsheets & a plan that will get your ready for years to come. 

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Virtual Teaching: The Art of Storytelling

Heather Wanner
Building the spirit and morale of your student body can be done through the use of children's books and stories in the classroom!  Learn strategies to implement literature into your dance classroom to motivate, encourage and support your dancers along their journey.  Explore activities that can be adapted to any age group designed to build confidence in your dancers, to foster the feeling of belonging in your dance family,  and to encourage each dancer to believe in themselves. 


Stretch & Flexibility Workshop

Drew Burgess


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Hip Hop Int./Adv. Progressions

Erik Saradpon


20 Ways to WOW Your Clientele

Stacey Morgan

Feeling like you're in a bit of a rut? 
Lacking motivation?
Want to try something new but not sure of where to start? 
Join me as we talk about 20 ways to add a little spark to your studio, without blowing the budget!


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Children's Musical Theater

Billy  Griffin


Boys Hip Hop

Geo Hubela


Janine and Rhee talk Diversity

Rhee Gold
Janine Hart


Exhibitor Forum: Darby’s Dancers, Mr. Video & Promark Insurance

 


I.D.E.A. Member Exclusive Seriously Legitimate Revenue: Fighting the New Cost of COVID

Tom Carter
Lee Newman
 


Exhibitor Forum - Studio Management

 


Power of Focus:Power to Lead

LaShonda Chaney
Heather Wanner
As a Studio Owner or Office Manager, your daily interactions lay the foundation for the culture of your school.  Be a school who is focused on building the spirits of your dance family and community through listening, encouraging and recognizing that all voices want to be heard.


Preschool Hits the Stage

Julie Kay Stallcup


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Virtual Teaching Keeping Focus with Your 8-12 Students

Rebecca Brettingham-Filice
Rhee Gold
Melissa Hoffman
Ricci Milan
Brittany Milan


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Tips for Turns

Diane Gudat


Keynote:Eyebrows Up

Michelle Soutier
You will laugh, you will learn and you will be inspired for sure.  Come out of this keynote with the confidence to tackle anything. 

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New Horizons; Academics and Dance

Michelle Soutier
Programs that incorporate Academics and Dance


Children's Jazz Ages 7-9 Progressions & Combo

Drew Burgess


Ballet for the Jazz Dancer

Patricia Dickinson


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Improvisation With Sandi

Sandi Duncan


And One More Thing

Rhee Gold


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