**All registrations for the Dance Education Laboratory (DEL) are handled through the 92Y website. When you enroll in a course, you will be redirected to sign up on their website!

Oct 15, 2022

Perspectives on The Green Table

Date: Oct 15, 2022
Time: 12:30 - 6:30 pm EDT
Pricing: $195 if registered by Sept 24 | $225 after
Location: In-Person in NYC: 551 Grand Street, Top Floor, NY, NY 10002

Megan Minturn, MA, with PTDC guests
*This workshop is an NYCDOE collaboration

Perspectives from The Green Table workshop introduces dance educators to Kurt Jooss’ The Green Table, seminal anti-war dance, as danced by the renowned Paul Taylor Dance Company, and presents an original 6-12th grade DEL curriculum that uses the piece as an entry point to develop students’ critical thinking skills and empathy in a culturally responsive environment. The curriculum examines the different experiences of war as illustrated in The Green Table using movement exploration and analysis, group discussion, textual analysis and research, as well as collaborative dance making. With the artistic excellence and the dynamism of Paul Taylor Dance Company, participants will deepen their understanding of the historic and current relevance of this iconic work and contemplate the existential questions of war and peace through the vehicle of dance.

Registration closes 10/12.

Nov 7, 2022 - Feb 12, 2023

DEL Foundations

Date: Nov 7, 2022 - Feb 12, 2023
Pricing: $595 until Oct 17 | $675 after
Location: Asynchronous Online

Catherine Gallant, MFA and Megan Minturn, MA

The DEL Foundations course provides an overview of the key components of the nationally acclaimed DEL model of teaching dance.

This 12-week asynchronous course is based on the highly popular DEL Foundations course that has been taught since DEL’s inception in 1995. Developed by DEL Founder, Jody Gottfried Arnhold with Ann Biddle, the course has evolved over its long history. This current iteration, updated by Ann Biddle, Catherine Gallant and Megan Minturn, reflects current 21st-century dance education practice and pedagogy.

Participants in this course explore DEL’s comprehensive and inclusive model of dance education with a specific focus on applied Laban Movement Analysis (LMA), dance making, and lesson planning. Participants interact in the online community by engaging in collaborative dance making, practice teaching, self and peer reflection, and consider applications of the DEL Model to one’s unique teaching context. In addition, participants gain an understanding of broad developmental benchmarks and effective and inspired teaching strategies to support diverse learners that align with local, state and/or national dance standards.


This course takes place asynchronously via DEL’s LearnDash. The dates and times listed are when the course opens and closes.

This course can be taken for credit through the DEL Institute Teacher Certificate program or through SUNY Empire State College. Please note you are expected to complete weekly assignments if taking this course for credit. For more information, please email Daria Fitzgerald, [email protected]

Registration closes 11/2.