Every year, Dance In Schools and Communities (DISC) offers teachers the opportunity to enhance their direct experience with the art form of dance. Led by professional artist educators, DISC Teacher Workshops invite participants to move, listen, watch, discuss, and write about culturally diverse dance and musical forms.
Using a cross-disciplinary approach, the workshops help encourage teachers to develop creative strategies for integrating the DISC residency program into their classroom curriculum. The workshops also provide teachers with additional curricular resources as well as the chance to network and exchange ideas.
© Stacey Blakeman
Integrated & Correlated Dance Lessons for the Classroom Teacher
Learn how to connect core subject matter with movement
Date: Saturday, October 17, 2009
Time: 9:30am – 12pm
With over 30 years of teaching experience, master dance educator Charles Mc Neal led a fun and inspirational movement workshop for elementary classroom teachers.
"Brilliant – one of the finest workshops I have ever seen. Highly motivating with useful information and presented in a way that was energizing and inspiring." Susan Stauter, Artistic Director – San Francisco Unified School District
"Wonderful, amazing work. I learned so much about the power of dance and music and how it can help all of my students learn and feel free." Leslie, Teacher – Alvarado Elementary School
"I am so grateful for your time and commitment. Thank you for empowering us to bring dance into our classrooms." Ben, Teacher – Guadalupe Elementary School