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Benefits of a Student Medal Program

Help your students grow in confidence, reach their dance goals, and progress in their learning.


Benefits of Student Medal Program

Help your students grow in confidence, reach their dance goals, and progress in their learning.

As a studio owner or manager, you’ve likely seen the joy in students’ eyes as they spend time in your space. While they will undoubtedly take notice of your studio and instructors’ positive impact on their lives, what keeps them coming back?

Student Medal Programs offer structured progress through the Dance Vision Syllabi or through single performances such as open routines or showcases. They increase student lifetime at the studio by providing a framework for growth and achievement and creating accountability for both students and instructors. 

Student Medals Provide a Framework with Goals

A framework of learning and goals keep students motivated and continually working towards milestones. In fact, our research shows that students crave a plan! Determined students book lessons, attend group classes, and are generally inclined to spend more time at the studio to acquire their achievements.

Student Medals Reward Growth

Staying motivated to improve can be difficult without incremental measurements of success. As students grow their skills, Student Medals reward their improvements in a tangible way. This sense of achievement fuels them to keep on dancing.

Student Medals Encourage Confidence and Pride

Students who successfully complete Student Medals have a tremendous sense of gratification that comes from having set a goal and achieved it. Not to mention, everyone loves to receive a certificate of achievement! They are proud and inspired to continue working towards goals, whether that is more Student Medals, performing in showcases, or possibly attending a competition. 

Student Medals Help Instructors

Instructors will feel more invested in their students with a game plan. Not to mention, having a set framework of teaching to follow enables them to more easily build their lessons and support their students’ journeys. As students show tangible results, so do the instructors who taught them and guided them through the process. This allows them and their managers to measure their progress as teachers.

Student medals positively affect students, instructors, and the studio as a whole! If you have further questions about Student Medal Programs, reach out to us at [email protected] 

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Dance Vision
National Championships Workshops

December 2, 2022

  • Professional Workshops are open to Certified Dance Vision Instructors & Examiners.
  • Student/Amateur Workshops are open to everyone, no membership required.
  • Classes are free if registered to compete at Dance Vision National Championships.
  • Classes are $35 each if you are not registered to compete at Dance Vision National Championships.
  • 9-9:45AM  |  Professional Meetings   
  • 10:00AM  |  Michael Mead & Toni Redpath  |  The Dance Vision Smooth Syllabus
  • 11:00AM Nazar Norov  |  The Dance Vision Rhythm Syllabus
  • 12:00PM  |  Peter Perzhu  |  Communication and the Basic Principles of 3 W’s: What? Where? When? (Smooth Technique) 
  • 12:00PM  |  David Elkin  |  We Are Better Together: Partners for Success (Business Meeting)
  • 1:00PM  |   Ilya Rezin  |  Let’s Talk About that Standing Leg (Rhythm Technique)
  • 1:00PM  |  Babette Brown & Esther Frances  |  TBD (Business Meeting)
  • 2:00PM  |  Heather Smith  |  How to Increase Flexibility, Freedom, and Space in Your Movement (Ballroom Technique)
  • 2:00PM  |  John DePalma  |   TBD (Business Meeting)
  • 3:00PM  |  Donald Johnson  |   Your Driving Force: Using Your Center as an Engine (Latin Technique)
  • 4:00PM  |  Lori Woods-Gay  |  Dance Vision Professional Exams
  • 5:00PM  |  Slawek Sochacki & Marzena Stachura  |  TBD (Smooth Technique)
  • 10:00AM Nazar Norov  |  The Dance Vision Rhythm Syllabus
  • 11:00AM  |  Michael Mead & Toni Redpath  |  The Dance Vision Smooth Syllabus
  • 12:00PM  |  Donald Johnson  |  Developing Your Musicality With Weight Change (Latin Technique) 
  • 1:00PM  |  Timothy & Michelle Mason  | TBD (Ballroom Technique)
  • 2:00PM  |  Ilya Reyzin  |  Movement versus Positions (Rhythm Technique)
  • 3:00PM  |  Slawek Sochacki & Marzena Stachura  |   TBD (Smooth Technique)
  • 4:00PM  |  Nazar Norov  | Using Your Arms to Tell a Story: How to use Your Arms and Hands to Express Yourself in Figures (Rhythm Technique)
  • 5:00PM  |  Peter Perzhu  |  TBD (Smooth Technique)