Dignity Through Dance

We increase our students' English language skills via a structured but highly creative and engaging dance technique called cognitive content based instruction.

Kinetic Connection

Our students read and write their own stories and portray them through creative movement while learning English. This allows them to connect with each other, their teachers and their communities. 

5th Annual Keep the World Dancing Festival

When: Sunday, March 13th from Noon-1:30pm Where: UMLAUF Sculpture Gardens, 605 Azie Morton Rd, Austin, TX 78704 Come celebrate dance! We'll honor diverse dance groups from all over the Austin area during our annual showcase. Free, family friendly event!


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Through immersion and Content Based Instruction (CBI), we teach English through dance. The ITESL Journal defines CBI as “a teaching method that emphasizes learning about something rather than learning about language” and “an effective method of combining language and content learning.”


According to the National Association for Sport and Physical Education, “Only one in three children are physically active every day”. 


In Dance Another World, we know that a dance is a story. We read and write our own stories and then portray them through dance. In addition to English and dance, students learn confidence in their ability to express themselves, and learn respect for their minds, bodies and souls.

I’ve learned that I can tell stories through dancing.


8 years old

In Dance Another World we speak English.


7 years old

I’ve learned that I can express myself through dancing.


8 years old

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