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Past Topic WorkshopsFREE
These topic workshops have been offered in the past by Luna and guest faculty.
- Action Research and the Dance Practitioner
- American Sign Language & Dance (guest facilitator)
- Attachment Theory (guest facilitators)
- Authentic Assessment
- Bloom’s Taxonomy
- Critical Pedagogy and Dance
- Dance & the Common Core
- Dance as Arts Integration
- Exploring the element of Time through “The Break”
- Motif Notation
- Proposal Writing
- Strategic Planning for Dance Education
- Teaching Community through Improvisation
- The Relationship between Technique and Creative Dance
Practitioner Exchanges – monthlyFrom: $15.00
Practitioner Exchanges create time and space for peer educators to explore issues of practice. Get inspired! Try out new ideas or perspectives! Ask for help with your challenges, and collectively generate new ideas and solution. Each Exchange centers on a different topic. This year, Practitioner Exchanges are held online via Zoom, and will investigate different questions in regards to teaching dance from a distance. Practitioner Exchanges are facilitated by Summer Institute alumni. Come to ONE, come to ALL. No prerequisite.
Practitioner Exchanges are included in the cost of workshops as follow-up discussions. When taken in conjunction with a half-day workshop, PD hours total 4.5-7. Explore descriptions here.
Topics (more to be posted as new inquiry emerges)
Restarting & Reimagining
Engaging Families & Family Dance
Luna Dance Institute
$15-40 sliding scale each.
OR pay $28 (the Professional Learning fee) and come to as many as you like for a year.
Paid the $28? Email email@example.com to let Jochelle know which ones you’ll attend.
No one turned away for lack of funds – reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Radical Research Panel – June 24, 2023FREE
Luna invests in dance research as a way to advance our field. We also investigate what dance research can be, who shares it, who has access to it, and how it can be presented. Our Radical Research panel seeks to amplify the reflective rigor and depth of discourse of BIPOC dance researchers, whose perspectives are often overlooked. Come hear how four dance artist scholars are actively shaping the field of research.
Accessibility: ASL interpretation, audio description, captioning and transcription services will be provided.
We encourage you to register by 9am Pacific June 24th to ensure you receive the Zoom details in a timely manner.
Saturday, June 24
Questions or trouble registering/connecting? Email Elise at email@example.com
Zooming in from a different time zone? This event takes place at
2pm June 24 in Hawaii
7pm June 24 in Minnesota
8pm June 24 in New York
12am June 25 in Senegal
1am June 25 in London
8am June 25 in Taipei
10 am June 25 in Australia