Sharing our methodologies and practices with educators so they can continue the program legacy after we leave. The basis of our work is choreology—the study of dance notation. However, for the purposes of our programming, we are not interested in writing-out dance, but in reframing the language of dance to increase the value & understanding of the art-form. Program requires genuine staff preparation prior to our arrival through our educator workbook. Alternatively, we recommend professional development be completed during an Educator Seminar, which can take-place outside of school hours or on non-instructional days.
Getting participants actively engaged in physical activity and art & culture in an innovative learning environment that promotes positive social values.
If we were to have told the Grade 5 boys that they were going to spend 3 days dancing, they would not have come to school, and now they don’t want you to leave. In fact, I bet if we were to do this for even 20 minutes a day, we would see an increase in reading & writing skills.
—John Schnare, Rosemont Elementary School
6 – 14 PROJECT ARTISTS DELIVER THE PROGRAM DEPENDING ON FEE OPTIONS
Each venue chooses the optimal number of artists to deliver programming. As a result, our delivery best reflects the requirements of your venue, culture, and the desired class size and composition of your registration.