Tradansa offers students and their teachers the opportunity to learn dances and gain a greater appreciation of various cultures and traditions. In addition, students achieve excellence in their new dance skills after only 3 workshops and share their learnings at the student-lead performance.
Dance workshops are offered in French or English.
Educational and engaging workshops that both students and teachers enjoy
These workshops are successful because they offer students a stimulating and enjoyable learning environment. Also, these programs fulfill the objectives of various curriculum components: dance, physical education, language development and multicultural education.
Give an enriching dance experience to your students
Some benefits of dance for your students:
- Develops physical literacy
- Improves health and fitness levels
- Builds confidence
- Exercises cognitive processes
- Favours positive social interactions and cooperation
- Promotes an appreciation of cultural differences
Benefits for schools
Count on Tradansa specialists to teach the dance component of the curriculum.
Witness students succeeding and easily evaluate their learning.
Observe an effective dance teaching methodology and identify essential elements in order to reproduce this unique methodology.
Appreciate the student dance performance for the school community and the fact that it is organized by Tradansa.
Tradansa is recognized to effectively structure and organize its programs implemented with the collaboration of the schools.
This is our 9th year providing these unique, educational and engaging dance programs to numerous schools across the country!
Some school boards with whom we’ve worked with
What people are saying about Tradansa…
“Thank you for showing us the dances. We really enjoyed learning with Tradansa and we wish we could have dance lessons all the time. We’re going to miss you. We hope you will come back again soon.”
– Grade 2 class, Russell Public School (Russell, ON)
“Tradansa captures the interest of students of all ages while demonstrating rigor and creating much enthusiasm for students and teachers to join in actively and eagerly. A strong sense of professionalism and their knowledge of curriculum expectations ensure a successful pedagogical and cultural experience.”
– Jocelyne Beaulieu, Principal – SHAPE International School (Casteau, Belgium)