Running, Jumping, and Dancing into Curriculum: Using movement to explore and show student learning
A free workshop for educators with Bonnie Duncan
Monday, April 9, 3:45 pm-5:15 p.m.
John Fuller School
51 Pine St.
North Conway, NH
How can you teach using your students’ entire bodies? Join Bonnie as she leads teachers through a creative movement workshop focusing on four elements of dance (body shape, space, energy, time) and collaborative choreography. She will break down the activities presented with variations and ideas of how to incorporate them into everyday classroom situations, routines and lessons across the curriculum and at all grade levels. Special attention will be paid to working with students with learning challenges of all kinds.
Professional development credit will be offered. Preregistration appreciated. Poster to share.
Performances by Bonnie Duncan and the Gottabees take place April 10-14 in communities including Colebrook, Gorham, Haverhill, Milan and Plymouth. More
For additional information, call 603-323-7302 or email us.
SPRING WORKSHOP: SATURDAY, MARCH 17 AT LITTLETON HIGH SCHOOL
Join us in Littleton Saturday, March 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., for a great day of Universal Design for Learning-based activities for educators, care providers, librarians, teaching artists, students and all those who work with young children, pre-K through grade 2.
Download the workshop flyer here.
Please note: Cost for the day is $35, with reduced rates for Arts Alliance members and participants from member organizations and schools. Partial scholarships are available to all those who need them; call 323-7302 or email email@example.com for details.
Watch for many more workshops in the coming months. We can also develop and customize Arts in Inclusive Learning workshops for individual schools and organizations.
Professional development credit is available for all workshops and partial scholarships are offered for those who need them. If you are interested in graduate credit, please let us know.
All programs are open to educators, students, artists and family and community members.
Also part of our Arts in Inclusive Learning Collaboration:
Classroom demonstrations, college lectures, and artist residencies focusing on Universal Design for Learning and inclusion.