[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] Dance TAG workshop this coming Sunday

Madeline Cantor mcantor at brynmawr.edu
Wed Nov 14 15:47:54 EST 2018

Join Dance TAG (Teaching Artists Group) this coming Sunday, Nov. 18 from 1:00 - 3:00 at the Community Education Center for a free movement workshop:

WHAT THE H*LL AM I DOING??........ led by Monica Cameron Frichtel and Teresa VanDenend Sorge.

Dance teaching artists in all sorts of setting -- schools, studios, and other dance settings -- often teach in isolation with little opportunity to step back and consider big picture goals and accomplishments. What are key priorities and intentions in teaching? And how can we continue to develop as teachers? Join Monica Cameron Frichtel and Teresa VanDenend Sorge in considering these questions and exploring various methods of self and class assessment in dance. This interactive movement workshop will share quick and easy ways to set up assessment practices and will invite participants to reflect on their own dance teaching practices. Join TAG for this unusual and valuable opportunity!

About the workshop leaders:

Monica Cameron Frichtel is a dance educator and researcher. With 20 years of dance teaching experience, she has worked in studios, K-12 schools, hospitals, universities, and summer camps, teaching ballet, modern, and creative movement to students of all ages. Monica currently teaches courses in pedagogy and assessment at Temple University and Rutgers University. In addition to teaching, Monica is engaged in dance education program evaluation and dance education research. She is a graduate of Temple University's EdM and PhD dance programs, and has a BA in dance from University of CA, Irvine.

Teresa VanDenend Sorge is the developer and Director of Koresh Kids Dance which provides creative dance classes for nearly 500 Philadelphia public school children each week. She is a full-time lecturer at Muhlenberg College in the department of Theatre and Dance and teaches classes in modern dance, dance education, and dance and society while also directing the Muhlenberg Community Dance Center. Her most recent dance works include artistic collaborations with text, props, and sculpture. Teresa holds a BA in Dance Education and Performance/Choreography from Hope College in Holland, Michigan and a Masters of Education in Dance degree from Temple University.

FREE! For those who are driving there is parking behind the building. Rsvp to info at philadanceprojects.org

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