Working with Advanced Students Dance Teacher Workshop 9/16/12
Sunday, September 16, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (CDT)
The Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Arts Management is offering a fall American Dance Teacher Workshop to help dance teachers hone their skills working with advanced dancers.
The Dance Teacher Workshop curriculum will specialize in jazz, tap and ballet technicque and pedagogy including instruction in:
How to incorporate trends while maintaining integrity
Using advanced students as assistant teachers
Tricks to challenge students when they think they know it all
Preparing for the college transition
Dance faculty from Oklahoma City University will conduct all classes during the workshop. The Dance Teacher Workshop is designed for young and experienced dance teachers 18 and older.
When & Where
Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Entertainment
The Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Entertainment was established by Dean John Bedford and Chairman Jo Rowan to educate, train and prepare dancers and managers for the American entertainment industry through degree programs offered by Dance and Arts Management Departments. Dance training emphasizes tap, jazz, musical theater dance, rhythm tap and ballet (as used in musical theater).
The School offers the following degrees: Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance Performance, Bachelor of Science in Dance Management, Bachelor of Science in American Dance Pedagogy, and Bachelor of Science in Entertainment Business.
Admission to all dance degree programs is by selective audition.
The School is located in the Edith Kinney Gaylord Center, a world-class facility for teaching arts management and dance.
Former students and graduates can be found performing, teaching, or managing throughout the world, from Broadway and L.A. to Tokyo and beyond.
**Please note: For workshops and intensives, wearing eyeglasses during dance class is prohibited, in accordance with the Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Entertainment policies and procedures. Thank you for your understanding.