Dance in Schools and Communities (DISC) is a 9-week interactive dance education program. DISC uses world music traditions and rhythms from Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern and Western Europe to introduce students to concepts universal to dance, such as space, time, energy, level, and force. Program activities demonstrate the differences and similarities among cultures expressed through movement and music, and encourage appreciation of diverse cultures throughout the world. Classes are all-inclusive with students actively participating, regardless of their musicality or physical aptitude for dance. Students who take lessons with the DISC program participate with their entire classroom. Classes are led by professional artist educators.
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Note: Dance in Schools and Communities utilizes the California state standards and national standards for dance education.
For more information on the Dance in Schools and Communities program, please contact Jasmine Yep Huynh, Manager of Youth Programs and Teacher Support, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.865.6672.