Cecilie Falkenberg is this year engaged in designing and conducting an educational course for those of the Royal Danish Ballet’s dancers who teach ballet by using their rich experiences to help pass on their knowledge and skills to younger performers. Cecilie and her colleagues in KLEO, University College Copenhagen, have designed a new education that will provide the ballet teachers with a certificate on how to teach. The first week is designed as a Storyline project about an excellent ballet school in a small country with a famous ballet corps! During the second week some of the teaching philosophy necessary to understand children’s learning is emphasised – with themes such as situated learning, tacit knowledge, reflective practice, intuitive expertise, appreciative inquiry, constructivism and similar important concepts. The education continues as an action learning project to support the changes in practice each participant ballet teacher would like to make by supervising, followed by a dialogue. To date the idea of using Storyline in the first week to open all the relevant pedagogical challenges for the ballet teachers has proven a great success. Cecilie (pictured centre) is finding it a really exciting challenge!