Barry Blumenfeld, MA
This fall DEL goes to Dancewave, Brooklyn. Learn the fundamentals of the DEL Model of Dance Education: Laban Movement Analysis applications, child development methods and strategies, lesson planning, creative technique and integrating dance into school curricula.
MON - WED, AUG 31-SEP 2
$225 until Aug 24 | $250 after
Randi Sloan, MA, and Emily Kent
This professional development workshop is designed for dance educators of all ages and learning environments will investigate and embody the uniquely Pilobolean collaborative dance-making process. Participants will explore the company’s signature group improvisations to cultivate presence, observation, trust, creativity, collaboration and problem solving in themselves and their students.
SAT, OCT 17 & 24
2 sessions $185 until Oct 10 | $200 after
Traci Straus, Founder and Director, “Celebrate the Beat” (CTB), the Colorado Associate of National Dance Institute (NDI)
DEL and the NDI Experience: Focusing on Classroom Management Using National Dance Institute’s Teaching Techniques” is an introduction to National Dance Institute's unique pedagogy. You will emerge from this intensive training with tools to engage diverse learners in school settings and motivate them towards excellence. The workshop includes joyful and high-energy dancing to live music, practice teaching with NDI's methodologies, effective choreography for children, and stimulating group discussions.
SAT, NOV 7 and 14
$185 until Oct 30 | $200 after
Ann Biddle, MA
Learn to start a teen dance mentoring program for middle and high school dance students based on the highly successful program created by DEL Founding Faculty, Ann Biddle, at the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter School in MA. The DEL PVPA model trains teens in foundations of dance pedagogy, classroom management, lesson planning, and improvisation/choreography skills with the goal of teaching meaningful and integrated dance units in local elementary schools. Experience the benefits of this unique collaborative, mentoring and leadership program which can have transformational impact on teen dancers and their young mentees. Guests artists include: DEL PVPA faculty and students.
MON, JAN 23 and 30
$185 until Jan 16 | $200 after
Ana Rubinstein and Heidi Latsky
This course will introduce approaches and techniques for teaching dance to children in an inclusion setting. We will explore the use of both targeted and universal adaptations in the use of warm-ups, improvisation, partnering, technique instruction for specific genres, and choreography. We will also look at culture and tone-setting in the classroom and connect the work of the classroom to the physically integrated dance work of Heidi Latsky Dance as well as other companies that provide role models for future dancers. Finally, we will also provide an introduction to the use of both high-tech and low-tech adaptive technology, particularly as it relates to communication among student dancers and choreographers in a collaborative setting.Heidi Latsky with Ana Rubenstein
SAT, MAY 7 and 14
$185 until April 30 | $200 after
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