This week my second graders are learning about the scientific method. We’re excited to add Science in Motion by Lisa Amstutz (an Ohio author) to our lesson. We’ve agreed on identifying dancers working with body parts in high, medium, and low space. We’ve added circular and angular movements. The class can observe and talk about their observations.
Who are the people that walk by your side and help you? What were some of the things they did in their own life to cultivate the strength and power to help you?
“Some students will take to it quickly and become addicted, while others will be exasperated or repelled. Faculty will need to keep the lessons balanced and joyous; but cannot sacrifice the opportunity for students to face the straightforward, simple technique principles offered in our lessons”, explained Payne.
Courses will be available for sale beginning in the Fall of 2020.
Inspired by Julie Robertson and Crystal Pite, Kimberly remembers Jimmy Landry telling, with touching frankness, what inspired his invention of the ‘bullet grabber,’ a magnet that attracts and destroys guns and bombs: people being badly hurt by war”.
Over the last few months we’ve been listening to webinars and guest panelists in business and the arts industries. One of the most important things we’ve noticed is the need to PARTNER UP for strong collaborations! So we’ve started working together with Giant Hearts Project headquartered in our hometown of Seville, Ohio! Check them out!