Literacy and Dance Exploring the need for Dance as an integral part of the classroom curriculum.
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Literacy and Dance Exploring the need for Dance as an integral part of the classroom curriculum
NDEO “To Move Forward” Promoting standards of excellence in Dance Education Focus on creating, performing and analyzing Dance Utilizes technology in problem solving, critical thinking, deconstruction, reconstruction and critical analysis Incorporation of cultural, historical and artistic contexts of Dance
National Endowment for the Arts Largest annual funder for the Arts Public agency dedicated to supporting excellence in the Arts Provides leadership in Arts Education Brings Art to all Americans
ArtsEdge The National Arts & Information Network Supports the placement of the Arts at the center of the school curriculum Offers standards based teaching materials and resources Advocates creative use of technology
Dance Art-City Wide Dance Arts for learning in Chicago Lessons in movement are complemented by exercises in interpretation, reading and writing Emphasis on performance, history and the discipline of dance appreciation Aims to provide a bridge to learning academic skills and teamwork
IESE @ Brown IESE is launching a three year program at Brown University entitled “Literacy, Community and the Arts” –Exploring the premise that students participating in performing arts can enhance literacy skills and school achievement.