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How to write assistant teacher bios

Yesterday’s post was all about how to write, or revamp, your own teacher bio. But while you’re in the process of sprucing up your website this summer, why not show your assistant teachers some love. The tips are similar, but the example comes out differently. (Bonus points for you because you are totally getting your dancers to do a writing exercise over the summer!)
AsstTeachBioHowTo

Easy enough, right? Let’s try it together. Here’s each step with an example.

1. INTRODUCE YOURSELF & SAY WHAT YOU DO.

Kelly is an assistant teacher at the Dance Studio.

2. SUMMARIZE YOUR EXPERIENCE

She has danced with Miss Debbie for 12 years and has studied tap, ballet and jazz.

3. NOTE YOUR GRADE LEVEL.

Kelly is in the 10th grade at the High School.

4. HIGHLIGHT ANY RELATED INTERESTS.

When she’s not at the studio she’s dancing in community theater and studying.

5. ADD ANY KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS, HONORS OR TITLES.

Last summer Kelly competed at Dance Competition and placed 10th overall in the country for her tap solo.

6. TELL THE WORLD WHY YOU LOVE BEING AN ASSISTANT TEACHER.

She loves helping out with the tiny tot classes and assisting in tap classes the most. Kelly hopes to continue dancing right into college in a few years.

And that’s about it! Then just put it all together:

Kelly is an assistant teacher at the Dance Studio. She has danced with Miss Debbie for 12 years and has studied tap, ballet and jazz. Kelly is in the 10th grade at the High School. When she’s not at the studio she’s dancing in community theater and studying. Last summer Kelly competed at Dance Competition and placed 10th overall in the country for her tap solo. She loves helping out with the tiny tot classes and assisting in tap classes the most. Kelly hopes to continue dancing right into college in a few years.

How else are you updating your studio website this summer?

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