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Intuitive dance has no choreography. Anyone who moves is a dancer and there is no right or wrong way to intuitively dance. This school extends intuitive dance as a teaching pedagogy and suggests that movement, dance, performance, and trust at the center of the design of a school can foster academic, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being in the student body. Through the use of different prop types, IS-1 aims to provide the structure to change the learning environment to the needs of the students as they are each day. Throughout the day, students will move through the floor with their classmates, co-creating spaces with their teachers and peers based on their needs and learning styles.