The Disability Dance Teacher Workshop is a two day professional learning course aimed at developing teachers' skills in the performing arts for students with a disability.
This is an excellent opportunity for teachers to develop high-level skills in making dance works, engaging in music practices and exploring dramatic contexts for students with disabilities. Teachers will gain practical insight and knowledge, with the skills applicable to a wide range of disabilities. they will be equipped with teaching strategies to take back to the classroom.
The program is suitable for teachers who have one or multiple students with a disability and is open to teachers from both government and non-government schools.
Sessions are facilitated by industry professionals and Department of Education teachers with specialised skills. Sessions will focus on:
- Engaging students through movement, music and drama
- Creating choreography for students
- Using non-verbal communication and basic Auslan, focusing on empowering and teaching students through performance, movement and gesture
- Playbuilding and characterisation.
Numbers for this program are limited. We will accommodate as many from each school as possible.
The Disability Dance Teacher Workshop is a My PL registered course - Event No. 130987
Completing the Disability Dance Teacher Workshop will contribute 10 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 1.6.2, 6.4.2 & 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Courses for 2016 are now open! Please click here to register for the 2016 program.
Dates: 17 and 18 June 2016
Venues: Busby West Public School - Starling Street, Green Valley NSW 2168
Cost: $250.00 for government teachers and $500.00 for non-government teachers
Application: Register through the online application form.
Withdrawal date: 12 June 2016
For more information contact - Kirsten Dickason, Arts Initiatives and Events Officer Ph: 8512 1178