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Investigate video, websites, blogs and wikis, SMART Notebook pages, and other tools for projection to expand your teaching tool kit.
Explore the creative processes enabled by new technology and discover key ways to incorporate current technology into your classrooms to redefine and transform dance teaching and learning. No previous experience with technology is necessary. Offered in collaboration with the Hunter College Arnhold Graduate Dance Education Program.*
Sun, Apr 6 & 13, 2014, 1:30-6:30 pm, 2 sessions, $185 until Mar 29 / $200 After.
*Please note that Apr 13 session will take place at the Hunter College North Building computer Lab, 11th floor, Lab B.
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Dance and Media: Teaching with Technology
First Session: Sun, Apr 6, 2014, 1:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Kathleen Isaac, faculty, Alvin Ailey School; creator and facilitator of teacher development workshop programs and teaching artist in the schools for City Center; licensed dance educator working in P.S. 165 and P.S. 79 in Community School District 25 in New York City; in 1998, her Student-to-Student Dance Mentoring model was chosen by the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities as an exemplary arts education model for the nation; co-founder of DEPTH-Dance Educator's Performance Theater, Inc.; currently pursuing a doctorate at Teachers College, Columbia University in arts education.Click here to view other classes taught by this instructor.
Barry Blumenfeld has been a dance educator for almost 20 years in a wide range of environments. He has worked as a teaching artist in NYC public schools in residencies ranging from "Math Dance" and "Reading Dance" to teaching children in a mental institution via videophone. He has also taught in private pre-schools and studios. Barry was an adjunct professor at American University, in Washington, DC, where he also taught at-risk youth in a housing project as part of a HUD grant and deaf college students at Galludet University. Barry is currently on the faculty of Friends Seminary School in Manhattan where he has built their dance program over the past 10 years. He is also an adjunct professor at New York University. He holds a BA in Psychology and an MA in Dance from American University and is a graduate of the Dance Education Laboratory of 92nd Street Y; a certified Level 1 Teacher of Language of Dance®; a c...for full instructor biography and other classes taught by this instructor, click here
Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
Room: Classroom TBA
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