Anita

Author's details

Name: Anita Rudichuk
Date registered: 26/05/2010

Latest posts

  1. Thank You! — 29/06/2016
  2. Dance mystery solved by an 8-year old! — 14/06/2016
  3. Anita Rudichuk featured on “Where Are They Now?” — 14/06/2016
  4. Dancing with Music Teachers — 10/05/2016
  5. Celebrate Dance! — 27/04/2016

Author's posts listings

Jun 29

Thank You!

                    We would like to take this opportunity to thank you, the staff in all the schools where we offered a dance program this past year. It is always a pleasure for us to work with you and see the smiles on your students’ faces. It …

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Jun 14

Dance mystery solved by an 8-year old!

              Why do I love to dance? This is a deep question that could take hours of contemplation, introspection and analysis. However, this 8-year old took it upon himself to solve the mystery! This is what happened… I was teaching at a local school and was indicating to a …

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Jun 14

Anita Rudichuk featured on “Where Are They Now?”

Anita Rudichuk was featured on the Canadian Parents for French – CPF’s online website “Where Are They Now”? This project, supported by the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages, Canadian Parents for French BC & Yukon in collaboration with CPF Alberta, Radio-Canada, and Canadian Heritage, is intended to discover how and what graduates from French …

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May 10

Dancing with Music Teachers

Our dance specialist Anita Rudichuk offered workshops to teachers at the Orff Bridges 2016 Conference. These music teachers coming from across Canada where there to expand their knowledge in the field of dance education. They learned specific teaching strategies and a French Canadian dance repertoire. Radio-Canada ICI Saskatchewan was there:

Apr 27

Celebrate Dance!

It’s National Dance Week (April 22-29) and International Dance Day (April 29)! How are you going to celebrate dance? Our famous dancer Monsieur Bono and dance specialist Anita Rudichuk were on Radio-Canada ICI Alberta to talk about the importance of dance in the lives of youth.