EDTC 300,  Learning Project

This is the end…But “Don’t you forget about” us…

This is the final learning project blog and we are reflecting on the project as a whole.

What a wonderful building opportunity for a mama and her toddler. We had so much fun picking up many styles of dance together, and now my boys have access to many different dance channels to get out the dance itch and to get active in their daily life. When I started the learning project, I didnt know how my toddler would respond…but now all he asks to do is to dance, and he has some cool moves to go back to from this project.

The Youtubers we learned from:

https://www.youtube.com/@SamCamsCreations (Ballet)

https://www.youtube.com/@mihrantv (Hip-Hop)

https://www.youtube.com/c/ZUMBAwithDovydas (Zumba)

https://www.youtube.com/c/DJRaphi (Soca)

danny Go! (Get Active)

Koo Koo Kanga Roo (Funny Dancing)

https://www.youtube.com/@MissJessicasWorld (Hula)

We learned so much about how to plie in ballet, how to pop in hiphop, how to zumba with Dovydas, how to soca with Raphi, how to break a sweat with Danny, or laugh at ourselves with koo koo kanga roo, and transport to hawaii in miss jessica’s world with the hula.

I found that the best resources for the classroom would be Dannygo, Miss Jessica’s world, DJ Raphi, and SamCam! All of these resources are appropriate and would offer such a good dance break. All of the options except for mihrantv seemed to be a great option to add to your kids YoutubeKids apps on any tablet or phone.

I am so greatful for this learning opportunity to see what is out there, and youtube seems to be the best resource for finding a wide variety of dance resources for children. Thank you so much for everyone that followed along and have a wonderful christmas!


My name is Jorden Robitaille and I am currently in the Faculty of Education at the University of Regina studying to teach secondary education. I am a wife and a mother of two under the age of two. I reside in a little Saskatchewan village called Caronport. As you explore my e-portfolio it is my hope that you will learn more about the journey that lead me to pursue a career in teaching, that I can share my experiences, development, and achievements in my academic pre-service studies, and a ongoing source to update those that would enjoy following along in my future active teaching profession.


  • Jordan Puscus

    Hey Jorden, awesome for sharing all these resources and the summary of your experience. I am NOT a good dancer, except maybe with a little bit of liquid courage… This may be a good task for me to work on over the Christmas break to keep my daughter busy and maybe improve my skills. Pretty awesome project for you to do and glad you seemed to have some fun with it!

  • Sunaina Batra

    Hey Jorden, it was an amazing learning journey. I really enjoyed reading your blogs with all the memes and watching your toddler having fun and trying different dance forms.
    All the best and Merry Christmas ?

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