Last week my son turned in an essay about peak performance for his English class. He’s currently studying Sports Medicine and plans on training extreme
….wanting me to stay in the circle for a long time. I thought it was so I could get the steps. They just wanted me “to get it”. Yet, NOW….as an adult, I understand they were enjoying my energy and inviting me to enjoy theirs too. I would love to go back and throw my hands up allowing the brazen sunshine to drench me.
The teachers at Edison Elementary School in Ashland, Ohio go all in for Halloween! This story provided a wonderful tie-in for MOVEMENT MOMENTS. The best dance element was SHAPE – SIZES!
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.
Switching up to full-time teaching artist and business consultant means I’m ready to partner with you and your community. Now is the perfect time for making your website your way with your style. Let’s put this year to rest and light up 2021!
First question…WHY? Expressive Arts have a unique opportunity to bring together an intersection of faith and science. It is a chance for theology and reality to meet.