An education curriculum that incorporates creative movement concepts as an arts integration approach. The work encourages social emotional growth, focus, fine & gross motor skills through developmentally appropriate lessons. The teaching artists find inspiration in nature, wellness, dance, and yoga.
Movement, Montessori, and Mindfulness is the mantra for these lessons. We’re expressing, breathing, and creating an independent movement practice that can grow with your students. Resources can support counselors, administrators, strategists, teachers, and students.
Each lesson, interaction, or semester plan is set with an intention using all or a combination of the following components.
Creative Movement Concepts
Shapes - Levels - Non-Locomotor Movement - Locomotor Movement - Direction - Speed - Dynamics - Rhythm - Balance - Pathways
Arts Integrated Movement lessons that teach through a kinesthetic learning modality with opportunity for individual and group assessment of understanding. Students can create teacher-led movement, teacher can elicit student-led content, or students can work together as groups to create original ideas and performances.
Social Emotional Learning
Meeting a specific goal or developmental milestone for students in the following categories: Self Awareness - Self Management - Social Awareness - Relationship Skills - Responsible Decision Making
April 10, 2024
Professional Learning for Educators
“Moving through Testing Anxiety”
Wednesday, April 10, 2024
This workshop is for educators and testing administrators of all grade levels to explore movement options that support stress levels during testing time. We’ll use nervous system techniques to change the messages our bodies receive. Participants will have tips to mitigate pressure, before, during, and after testing periods.
March 9, 2024
Teach-Out Loud Conference
“Movement in the Classroom”
Saturday, March 9, 2024
Join our dynamic professional development workshop where educators delve into the world of creative movement. Discover how integrating body shapes and non-locomotor movement can enhance your curriculum while nurturing students’ emotional well-being. Gain practical tools to regulate students’ nervous systems, fostering a more focused and engaged learning environment.
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