Details:

In this experiential course, participants learn about characteristics and identification of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Four experts in the field present a variety of educational and therapeutic approaches to engage the strengths of children with ASD and address relationship, behavioral and learning issues through dance.

*Offered in collaboration with 92Y’s Dance/Movement Therapy Program and approved by the ADTA for DMT Alternate Route.

Sun, Jun 14, 1:30-7:15 pm
Mon-Thu, Jun 15-18, 5:30-9:30 pm
$375 until Jun 7 / $400 after

Location:

92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave

Details:

Immerse yourself in the DEL Model of Dance Education: Laban Movement Analysis, collaborative dance making, lesson planning, human development, strategies for effective teaching, and linking dance to the curriculum. This is the required first course for all DEL Summer Institute students.

SECTION A: SUN-TUE, JUN 28-30, 9:30 AM-4:30 PM

SECTION B: WED-FRI, JUL 1-3, 9:30 AM-4:30 PM

Location:

92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave

Details:

Dance Education Laboratory Early Childhood Dance encourages learning through play, providing a stimulating, multisensory and nurturing community for diverse young learners to explore and discover their innate capacity for dance. Help children develop increased self-awareness, kinesthetic understanding, self-confidence, and the joy of dance!

Location:

92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave

Details:

Learn how to design meaningful integrated and interdisciplinary dance
and social studies lessons and dance units that use historical events and movements as entry points for transformational dance learning. This course will explore civics, issues of social justice and the rethinking of history through the lens of diverse perspectives in dance. Through collaborative choreography, participants discover how to bring history to life. No prior dance experience required.

Location:

92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave

Details:

Explore Laban Movement Analysis and Language of Dance, with special emphasis on how these frameworks can be made more inclusive for today’s diverse dance populations. Affirm this foundational knowledge in dance education, investigate the uses of LMA and LOD within contexts of culturally responsive and whole-child teaching and learning, and acquire practical tools to bring these experiences to your community.

Location:

92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave