BOOK A SCHOOL RESIDENCY AND RECEIVE A FREE TEACHER WORKSHOP!
*LIMITED TIME OFFER*
SCHOOL RESIDENCIES CAN GENERALLY BE COMPLETED WITHIN 5 DAYS.
THESE DAYS CAN RUN CONSECUTIVELY (MON-FRI) OR CAN RUN ON SPECIFIC DAYS OF THE WEEK FOR 5 WEEKS.
Book an active learning dance unit and get your students’ muscles and minds ACTIVE with dance. Designed by teachers, for teachers, the DANCEPL3Y Residency is structured to follow best-practice in pedagogy through a 5 lesson “Teaching Dance for Understanding” dance unit that allows students to learn foundational moves from a variety of dance styles, create their own movements using the elements of dance and prepare simple routines that demonstrate their learning. Self-confidence grows as each student discovers his/her own unique style, applies interpersonal skills through group work and demonstrates creative thinking skills through movement-based tasks and activities.
Supporting the provincial Health & Physical Education curriculum, this high-energy program allows students to discover the Elements of Dance and develop Physical Literacy and Fundamental Movement Skills. Positive mental health promotion is infused throughout all of the lessons as students follow the3 Rules of PLAY: Be Positive. Be Fun. Be Yourself™. The DANCEPL3Y Residency is taught by Certified DANCEPL3Y-Ed instructors who not only facilitate an engaging learning space for students, but also provide supports for assessment and evaluation throughout the unit, as well as teacher involvement in the lesson plans.
ALL DANCEPL3Y WORKSHOPS
1. Meet the requirements for DPA
2. Showcase a variety of dance styles
3. Use an interACTIVE, inclusive and student-centered teaching approach
4. Promote positive thinking and mental health
We bring in our own equipment (sound system and microphone) All we require is a gym or space large enough to accommodate the group size.
DANCEPL3Y Workshops are delivered to grade-level and division-specific groups:
Grades 1-3, Grades 4-6 and Grades 7-9, with unique movements that are specifically selected to meet curriculum expectations and develop physical literacy and fundamental movement skills according to the children and youth’s developmental phase. Please find Grade-Specific information below: