Power of Dance Workshop
Meet new friends, increase your knowledge, collaborate and cultivate your skills as you explore the Power of Dance in your teaching practice in this action-packed workshop! Learn more about the Missouri Learning Standards for Dance and ways you can successfully incorporate dance into your instructional program.
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Did you know?
Dance leads to increased physical health and well-being?
Schedule is still being finalized. Updates to come!
9:30 - Registration
10:00-11:00 - Session 1 - Movement is an asset
11:00-11:10 - Break
11:10-12:10 - Session 2 - Practical application Dance standards in the classroom
12:10-12:40 - Break
12:40-1:00 - Meet the exhibitors
1:00-1:50pm - Session 3 - Movement as skill building and inspiration
1:50-2:00pm - Close
Directions to the Workshop Site at the Governor's Office Building in Jefferson City
March 2, 2024
Governor's Office Building
Jefferson City, MO - googlemaps
Parking - Parking is available on the street and in the parking garage directly across the street from the Governor's Office Building on Madison Street in Jefferson City.
Entering the Building: Enter the building on the east side as depicted in the image below. Enter the lobby area and take the elevator up to 4th floor. Onsite signs will guide you.
Registration: A registration table will be in the lobby as you exit the elevator on the 4th floor.
*The workshop on-site registration/checkin begins at 9:30am. The workshop will run from 10-2pm with light lunch/snacks served.
What to wear? Comfy clothes - casual
What to bring? Many participants find that having a laptop and phone are helpful.
About food and beverages:
Bottled water and ice will be onsite.
Want a different type of (school appropriate) beverage?
Feel free to bring it with you!
Email email@example.com with specific dietary concerns or allergen issues.
What else to know? If we think of it - we'll add it here.
(optional) Graduate Credit
Graduate Credit from Lindenwood University is being pursued
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Missouri State Capitol
Jefferson Landing State Historic Site
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